From the Lodge’s jetty you have a choice of boating options including motorised dinghies and kayaks.
wander through native bush past holiday homes of local families or take the wetlands trail to view Solitaire from the opposite shoreline.
Lake Tarawera provides options of deep water swimming and shallow beaches safe for families
Our signature spa menu offers a selection of traditional and indigenous treatments by appointment.
Helicopter to Whakaari (White) Island and Mount Tarawera (3.5 hour) Experience New Zealand’s most prominent volcanic feature’s.
From this 1111metre high vantage point, you can view the crater, formed from the 1886 eruption
Visit the traditional village life of indigenous Maori in geothermal settlements.
4WDrive and Hike to the Summit of Mount Tarawera (full day), magnificent hike to the 1111m summit.
half day fishing adventure.
get off the beaten track with one of our fishing guides to explore a remote river.
extreme remote wilderness and native bush.
hike to the Tarawera Falls.
cycle to the thermal bathing waters.
lined with thousands of glow worms.
Natural thermal springs bathing in lakeside pools on Lake Tarawera.
Rotorua is a major visitor attraction for cultural heritage.
Encompasses a tour of the Supervolcanic Caldera lake Taupo.
Experience Hobbiton Movie Set.
bizarre record of Rotorua’s history.
Wairakei and Kinloch golf courses are both world ranked champion golf courses.
Arikikapakapa incorporates both dormant and active thermal areas in its design.
world’s largest commercial rafting waterfall.
oldest networks in New Zealand with over 90 km of evolving trails
horse trails winding through bush, trees and farmland with expansive views of Lake Tarawera.
The Zorb is a Kiwi invention with large inflatable balls offering rides downhill at speeds up to 30km/h.