Get some ideas about the great tourist spots around the North Island of New Zealand.
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Agrodome (The Unique New Zealand Experience!)
Presenting the world famous Live Sheep Show on stage, action packed and full of audience participation. At the Agrodome there is a lot of fun and exiciting things to do from bungy jumping to the farm tour. You can also see how the wool is processed in a 100-year-old Pratt wool carding machine.
Rotorua's premier geothermal attraction. Colours of every tint and hue are displayed in pools lakes, craters, steam vents and even the paths you walk on.
Panoramic views of Rotorua City, Lake Rotorua and the surrounding area, Skyline Skyrides is an all weather attraction, and is open every day and night of the year. Ride the gondola in a comfortable four seater cabin to the fun park environment that awaits.
The luge is a fun ride for all ages. A world 'first' proudly designed and built in Rotorua, the luge is a fun filled gravity ride on a 3 wheel cart. The unique braking and steering system provides the rider full control and allows them to travel as fast as they dare.
Polynesian Spa is New Zealand's leading international spa. There are thirty-five hot mineral pools including adults' only pools, a family spa, private pools and deluxe bathing in the Lake Spa. The Lake Spa Retreat offers a comprehensive range of spa, body and skin therapies in a luxurious private relaxation haven.
Travel through networks of limestone caves and marvel at Mother Nature's light display as you glide silently through the glowworm grotto by boat.
At 328 metres Sky Tower is the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere, offering breath-taking views for more than 80 kilometres in every direction.
SKYCITY casinos are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for non-stop fun and excitement. There are also live shows.
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Lake Taupo is a great vacation destination in both summer and winter. Trout fishing is a major attraction — it's now over 100 years since the first trout fry were released into the lake and today it is one of the last true wild trout fisheries in the world.
Skiing and adventure activities are other reasons to visit. And when you're not on the lake or up a mountain, you'll find the Taupo town centre crammed with cafes and interesting shops. The nearby Huka Falls area is great for picnics and nature walks—or you could take a thrilling jet boat ride right to the foot of the thundering water.