Drenched in Maori heritage, Rotorua is a literal hotbed of life. Found in an area of restless geothermal movement, Rotorua has attracted visitors to its smoking cracks and craters for time immemorial.
Found at the southern tip of the South Island, Stewart Island is NZ’s third-largest, though it’s much smaller than the main two.
Often called the North Island Volcanic Plateau, the Central Plateau is located in the centre of the North Island. Home of three active volcanoes: Mount Tongariro, Mount Ngauruhoe and Mount Ruapehu.