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Spend a few hours experiencing the wonders of Rotorua’s most unique geothermal reserve at Hell’s Gate. Take part in the guided or self-guided interactive geothermal walk, before trying your hand at Maori carving in the interactive carving house. Then indulge in our geothermal mud and sulphur waters, experiencing the healing properties local Maori have been using for centuries. It’s a Rotorua experience you’ll never forget. Complimentary guided tours depart daily, please see Hell's Gate website for latest departure times.
Since the 1840s visitors have travelled to Hell’s Gate to experience the healing powers of our sulphur waters. Take the chance to relax and indulge in our naturally heated geothermal pools, renowned for their restorative properties. While you soak, take the opportunity to admire the native flora around you, you’ll soon feel rejuvenated inside and out.
Combine the experience of a guided or self-guided interactive tour through our geothermal reserve with a rejuvenating sulphur spa soak afterwards. After walking through the erupting waters and billowing steam of New Zealand’s most active geothermal landscape, your body will welcome the revitalising properties of our sulphur mineral water. Experience a taste of what Hell’s Gate has to offer.
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