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New Zealand Geo Thermal Attractions

Bubbling mud, soothing thermal pools, natural hot springs... New Zealand is a geo-thermal wonderland! Find New Zealand Geo Thermal Attractions below!

Geo Thermal Attractions - Activities

We have listed 30 Geo Thermal Attractions products. You can search by name, place or quality ratings

Te Puia|NZ Maori Arts & Crafts Institute-Te Puia :: click here for more information

-Te Puia spans 70 hectares within the historic Te Whakarewarewa Valley, on the edge of town. We are home to...

Polynesian Spa :: click here for more information

Polynesian Spa is New Zealand's leading internationally acclaimed hot mineral spring's spa. Relax in some of the 26 hot mineral...

Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa :: click here for more information

Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa is an attraction of international standing, offering a world-class experience in a stunning natural...

Ngawha geothermal bathing pools :: click here for more information

Northland is the birthplace of modern New Zealand and the Ngapuhi Tribe are the largest group of Maori in the...

Taupo DeBretts Hot Springs :: click here for more information

Come and experience the world famous Taupo DeBretts Taupo Hot Springs Thermal Pools. All natural thermal minerals for health and...

Hells Gate & Wai Ora Spa :: click here for more information

Explore New Zealand’s most active geothermal reserve Hells Gate with its hissing bubbling landscape, pools of boiling mud, erupting geysers,...

Lakeland Queen :: click here for more information

-Enjoy our geothermal dining cruise with breakfast, lunch or coffee cruise options on board the Lakeland Queen. Delicious food including...

Wairakei Natural Thermal Valley :: click here for more information

A thermal walk through natural bush (½ to 1 hour duration).

Mount Hot Pools :: click here for more information

With a spa pool, a sit and soak pool, leisure pool, toddler’s pool with slide, renovated private pools, relaxing water...

Waikite Valley Thermal Pools :: click here for more information

Experience pure natural geothermal waters in a relaxed environment at Waikite Valley Thermal Pools.

There are 10 relaxing pools to...

AC Baths :: click here for more information

AC Baths is an ideal place to visit in any weather and has facilities for every member of the family...

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Pamper yourself with a refreshing facial, body scrub and hot stones massage.
Allow the body to relax and open up the...

Orakei Korako Cave & Thermal Park :: click here for more information

Lonely Planet Travellers Guide writes… “ Orakei Korako is possibly the best thermal area left in New Zealand and one...

Volcanic Activity Centre :: click here for more information

Experience the power of the planet at the Volcanic Activity Centre 2 kms north of Huka Falls. Learn about the...

Craters of the Moon :: click here for more information

An area of thermal activity with boiling mud pools and steam vents. Information kiosk and shop on site.

Craters of the Moon :: click here for more information

Craters of the Moon is a thermally active area with steaming geysers, fumaroles and boiling mud. A boardwalk track meanders...

Coromandel Adventures Explorer :: click here for more information

Coromandel Adventures Explorer works in conjunction with the 360 Discovery ferry from Auckland.

Combined with the scenic 2 hr ferry cruise...

Tekapo Springs :: click here for more information

Tekapo Springs

The ultimate day out, with something for everyone, from seasoned skaters and snow tube adventurers, to lazy spa...

Waimangu Volcanic Valley Ltd :: click here for more information

Waimangu Volcanic Valley and Lake Rotomahana combine to make the world's youngest geothermal eco-system, offering eco focused, easy self-guided walking...

Onsen Hot Pools :: click here for more information

Queenstown's only private indoor / outdoor hot pools, high on the cliffs overlooking the Shotover River canyon.
The Onsen Hot Pools...

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