What can you do in Rotorua?
Known mainly for their landscape, you can’t go wrong with taking in all that Mother Nature has to offer. You’d be remiss not to visit some of the attractions below after you book your private jet.
Established in 1963, Te Puia is a New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute that's filled with traditional art that is at risk of being lost forever. It’s also one of the best places to find bubbling mud pools, hot geysers and geothermal lakes.
Rainbow Springs Nature Park
Witness real conservation in action with The National Kiwi Hatchery Tour. Rainbow Springs Nature Park offers fun for all ages and is a great place to learn more about New Zealand's natural history, wildlife and plants.
Whakarewarewa - The Living Maori Village
As a legacy and home of the Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao people, Whakarewarewa is a great place to learn more about the natives in New Zealand first-hand. Immerse yourself in a living Maori village and learn more about a culture that dates back over 200 years. You can book guided villagw touea, bike on the Whaka trail and visit the geothermal trails.
Where to Stay in Rotorua?
After flying in using a private jet charter, the next thing you need to do is find a place to call home while you stay in Rotorua. Fortunately, there are many wonderful hotels and accommodations that can cater to your every need.
Peppers on the Point Rotorua
Lose yourself in the distinct charm and designs of Peppers on the Point Rotorua. This 1930s estate has spacious suites, spa baths, underfloor heating and more. The villas are equipped with kitchens and a dining area, so you can even cook while on vacation.
Treetops Lodge & Estate
For beautiful views and stunning landscape, you can't go wrong with Treetops Lodge and Estate. This award-winning, luxury lodge is situated in 2,500 acres of forest, and is a beloved sanctuary for many.
Lake Okareka Lodge by lebua
Lake Okareka Lodge by lebua is an exclusive, 5-star lodge that's nestled within nature and at the tip of a secluded peninsula. Enjoy absolute tranquility and serenity while being pampered with the utmost of luxury.
Where to Eat in Rotorua?
Rotorua is also a hub for foodies. You’ll find a collection of marvelous restaurants that serve a variety of cuisines on your trip.
Enjoy a warm and intimate environment while you sample classic dishes from both Latin America and the Caribbean when you book a reservation at Sabrosa. Pair traditional recipes with cocktails, beer, wine and spirits. There are plenty of low and zero alcohol options.
Have an unforgettable experience at Atticus Finch - one of the highest-rated restaurants in Rotorua. This swanky bistro offers plenty of local mains and flavours that are sure to please. Most importantly, the restaurant is very cozy and a great place to meet up with friends and family.
Ambrosia Restaurant and Bar
End of the night with a romantic date at Ambrosia Restaurant and Bar. Established in 1952, this bar is known for its live music and Tuesday quiz nights! It’s a great place to grab a beer with friends.
What events to attend in Rotorua?
Rotorua is known for hosting plenty of fun and cheerful events. You can easily find what you’re looking for regardless of the type of hobby that you may have.
If you’re a mountain biking fanatic, Whaka100 is something that you must try once in your life. It is one of the toughest mountain bike marathons in the world.
Rotorua Walking Festival
Since there is plenty of beautiful landscape in Rotorua, the residents take advantage of the scenery by hosting a 2-day walking festival every year. The Rotorua Walking Festival offers a 10, 21 and 42km walk.
Paragraph describing the major event with a link to the event website. The biggest Xterra event worldwide is here and takes place in Blue Lake. It's a triathlon with many different levels of competitions.