Discover Tarawera - Solitaire Lodge

Discover Tarawera

Historic Lake Tarawera – the Jewel in the Lakes District of New Zealand with connections to the lost Pink and White Terraces. Indulge in all-inclusive lakeside luxury whilst you discover the essence of unspoiled Lake Tarawera.

Begin your day with an early morning bathe in Lake Tarawera’s natural hot springs. Enjoy soaking in the thermal spring waters rising gently through the lakebed as the morning sun filters through native bush. Then return to the Lodge for breakfast.

The Tarawera Falls Walk includes a 15 minute speedboat journey to the trout laden Tarawera outlet stream, – the starting point for the scenic hike to the Tarawera Falls. The stream is the outlet for several lakes and eventually heads underground to emerge later as a spectacular 200-foot-high waterfall from the ancient Lava Flow. With stunning scenery at every turn, discover unique native bush and wildlife, with a stunning scenery backdrop at every turn. Walk through Pohutukawa and Rata trees as you listen to the sounds of Tuis, Fantails and Kereru. During the walk, there is an opportunity to rest and bathe in river swimming holes along the way and indulge in a picnic lunch to beside the rhythmic background of cascading waters.

Our Discover Lake Tarawera experience is a great way to reconnect with loved ones in intimate surrounds and at a relaxed pace.

Stay inclusions – 2 nights in an Executive Suite Full Board, Tarawera Thermal Springs excursion with breakfast, Tarawera Falls Hiking Trail with picnic and boat transfers. From NZD $3,500 including GST.

Contact our Lodge Hosts on solitaire@solitairelodge.co.nz or call + 07 362 8208 to make your reservation or find out more.

** Full Board Tariff includes accommodation, complimentary mini bar (alcoholic & non alcoholic beverages & snacks), pre dinner drinks & canapés, five course dinner, full country breakfast and light lunch. Complimentary WIFI. Plus, discover this breathtaking region with a range of complimentary daily excursions including use of the Lodges dinghies and kayaks.