Nestled beside the pristine blue Lake Rotorua on New Zealand's North Island, the township of Rotorua is home to some of the most unique tourism sites in the world and has been welcoming tourists for more than 200 years.
Rotorua sits on a volcanic plateau providing inspiring natural sites throughout the town. The streets are pungent with the smell of sulphur and hot steam escapes from the cracks in the road but the most awe-inspiring sights are at the geothermal parks where Geysers, hot mud pools and steaming craters are testament of the earth's incredible forces.
Helping form Rotorua's amazing landscape is 16 beautiful lakes home to a plentiful stock of trophy-sized rainbow trout. Rotorua is known as one of New Zealand's prime trout fishing spots and anglers are almost guaranteed a catch.
Rotorua is also the heartland of New Zealand Maori culture where visitors have the opportunity to experience their warm spirit. A visit to the museum located within the famous Rotorua Bath House will educate and intrigue with its extensive Maori heritage collection. You could even catch a Maori cultural performance, where stories are relayed through beautiful song and dance.
Rotorua also offers a bundle of adrenalin charged action including kayaking and white water rafting of the regions extensive rapids. If you're after a slightly slower pace, you can explore the stunning forests on foot by following the many walking tracks.
Relax in Rotorua by enjoying the best Mother Nature has to offer by reviving your mind and body and soaking in natural pools and springs or unwind with a therapeutic spa and massage.
Peppers Accommodation at Rotorua
Situated on the stunning Lake Rotorua at Rotorua, Peppers delivers the majestic 1930s lakeside mansion Peppers on the Point. This exclusive retreat offers a variety of accommodation styles, fine dining and fabulous cuisine accompanied by the finest internationally acclaimed New Zealand wines and its very own private beach.