This Whakarewarewa Thermal Village is located just 10 minutes from the Rotorua CBD. Here, the Tuhourangi/Ngati Wahiao people live amidst an area of intense thermal activity, totally at one with it. Follow our Self-Guided Nature Trails through geothermal fields, over steaming lakes and past bubbling mud. Book the Whakarewarewa Guided Tour to meet friendly, local guides who will bring the history of the valley to life for you.
Watch our talented Kapa Haka group perform traditional Māori song and dance – there is so much to explore. Whakarewarewa Living Thermal Village Whakarewarewa or Whaka as we call it, located in the Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley, is very much like a māori village of old. Answer 1 of 2: Hello, does anyone know where exactly the biggest (72 metres) redwood in Whakarewarewa forest is located? Our unique Living Thermal Village provides guided tours, cultural shows and lunch time geothermal Hangi meals.
Whakarewarewa The Living Maori Village A wonderland of Maori Culture, geothermal activity and traditions. Redwoods I-Site & Visitor Information Centre Long Mile Road, Rotorua Visitor info desk/retail + 64 7 350 0110 Fax + 64 7 350 0111 email@example.com Border restrictions have cut off more than 90 percent of visitors to Rotorua's oldest tourism business, The Whakarewarewa Village, forcing its people to re-invent its services in order to survive. Whakarewarewa has about 500 pool and 50 geysers, with seven currently being active.