Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Te Puia Geothermal Park and Maori Show in Rotorua

This article is around our time in Rotorua with encapsulating attraction of Geothermal activity and Maori culture. We are discussing Te Puia. Te Puia is not only a Geothermal park, but it also hosts Maori cultural experience. We describe both experiences today.
Geothermal park

Te Puia is a most famous home to the Pohutu Geyser, which is the largest Geyser in a southern hemisphere. Pohutu Geyser is an impressive site stuck upon layers of silicone water rising down the stream below and so much steam boiling from the Geyser itself is absolutely amazing. You can capture all these from different angles and click photos. The Pohutu Geyser twice erupts every hour. It behaves in different ways.

A guide told almost 15 years ago it erupted for 250 days straight. The height of Pohotu Geyser is up to 30 meters. This is an absolutely amazing place to visit on planet earth. When every visit to New Zealand, he wants to interested to visit this unique place. There are many more things to see in Te Puia.

Moving on next Geothermal attraction of Te Puia we are telling about bubbling mud. You can find bubbling mud on many places of Rotorua, but this one is unique and impressive. While walk around the Geothermal park you can see more Geysers like Papakura Geyser and Te Horu Geyser. Te Horu Geyser is erupting on a regular basis from the last 4 decades. It erupts up to 7 meters or 23 feet.

Another place you can see there is NGARARATUATARA hot cooking pool. People have used many hot pools in Whakarewarewa Valley for cooking, bathing, and preparing flax.

Another really awesome aspect of this Geothermal park is lot of bushes which helps to find native birds. You can listen to the voice of native birds which provide peaceful experience to everyone. 

The next Section is Marae, where you can see the cultural activities of Maori people. It contains beautifully carved buildings. You can see wonderful paintings inside the Marae and handmade things. You can also enjoy Maori people's performance and traditional activities inside the building. They perform Haka dance which is a war dance of Maori people.

Geothermal park and Maori Culture is an awesome way to spend a day in Rotorua.

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