Rotorua's amazing geothermal locations, with bubbling mud pools and the ancient Maori culture are the main honeymoon attractions. The world's most popular geysers are present in Rotorua and its surrounding country side. There are about seventeen lakes surrounding the city and suitable for fishing, water skiing, swimming, surfing and many other water sports.
You cannot get direct flight to Rotorua as the city is small. You can reach Australia by any international flights and from there to New Zealand's capital Wellington. Rotorua is well connected by domestic flights from Wellington, Christchruch and Auckland. Buses are connected from all major cities like Wellington, Auckland to Rotorau. You can view the places like the lakes, mountains by plane and by hiring car or a mountain bike.
The honeymoon couple can also enjoy the thermal waterfalls on Mount Tarawera. Kuirau Park, in the west of the city, is famous for its hot bubbling waters where you can soak your feet into mud pools. Even today some Maori tribes cook the meals in the hot pools behind their homes. You can go through the country side to know about the old Maori culture, through their singing and dancing.
You can have a visit through the volcanic eruptions of mountains of Waimangu valley and Whirinaki rainforests. You will pass through beautiful landscapes like newly forming silica terraces and the frying pan lake with hot water springs.
On the Rotorau beaches you can encounter with unique species of whales, seals, dolphins and penguins. If are adventurous, you can try on high speed jet surfing, kayaking, rafting and snorkeling on the ocean beaches.
Ratorau is becoming one of the nature's spas in the South Pacific islands; the couples can soak themselves in healing waters of geothermal hot pools to take away the stress due sightseeing and strenuous activity of the whole day. Rotorau has a wide range of art and craft; you can shop many art pieces like pottery of Maori tribes and paintings from the shopping malls and shops.