We are pet lovers here at the Palm Court Rotorua and are delighted to be able to offer pet-friendly accommodation. You may be wondering if you bring your pets to Rotorua, what the experience will be like? Rotorua is a pet-friendly town, and even in the winter months, you will find you and fur baby have plenty of fun activities to do together.
Relax and unwind at Rotorua’s Polynesian Spa. Nourish your skin and tired muscles in the natural geothermal waters that will rejuvenate your body. With views over Lake Rotorua, Polynesian Spa is a natural escape that your body and soul will thank you for. People have been flocking to these natural waters since the 1800’s, so why don’t you come and discover why?
Rotorua is a fantastic place to visit and with no shortage of activities there is bound to be something to suit everyone. If you’re into cycling, there are a number of great winter bike trails to try out. From the leisurely to the expert grade these are a great activity in the winter. Read about our favorites
Rotorua is home to a vast array of cultural activities. As a real center of Maori culture there are plenty of Maori cultural activities on offer, and we do a great job of showcasing Rural NZ culture as well. Learn about some of our favourites here, and check out our Rotorua Attractions page for more. Tamaki Maori Village From their site: In 1989, two young Maori brothers Mike and Doug Tamaki began building a dream… It started with the sale of a Harley Davidson motorcycle for the purchase of a 16-seater mini bus. The vision saw the brothers and their families create a whole new encounter by taking the Maori culture outside of the city limits where they created a pre-European Maori village, 15 minutes south of Rotorua. Today Tamaki Maori Village thrives within a natural forest environment, offering to both local and international visitors an insight into the Maori culture – like never before! Journey back to a time of proud warriors and ancient traditions. Our Evening Experience offers ceremonial rituals, powerful cultural performances & hangi feasting. Sleeping in a whare moe (sleeping house) was a tradition reserved for when one tribe visited another tribe. We invite you to experience […]
Orakei Korako is a world like no other, explore active geysers, boiling hot springs, mud pools and the native bush that surrounds the area. Also learn how you can receive a 10% discount on your next visit to this stunning Rotorua attraction.