Sample Itinerary for Year 13 Students
Overnight Visit to Rotorua (Sample)
- Pavlovich Coachlines
- Four Canoes Hostel
- OGO Rotorua
In the wet OGO, water is added inside the OGO, so you can run, tumble, flip or slide inside as the OGO hurtles downhill! Or try the dry OGO where you are harnessed inside the OGO before being sent head over heels downhill……..!It’s plastic and Fantastic.
- Agrodome Sheep Show
The multi-award winning Agrodome Sheep Show is an hour of “full on” entertainment and education on the farming world.
- Te Po Cultural Evening
Te Po is Te Puia’s evening cultural experience. It is a feast of cultural storytelling, entertainment and Maori kai (indigenous food) When you visit Te Puia at night, you enjoy the in-depth experience of the customs and traditions of Maori, with a welcoming powhiri, a warrior’s challenge and a full Kapa haka concert performance.
- Rotorua Museum
Lesson G3 – Tourism – A Cultural Process
‘From the Pink and White Terraces to today’s markets, what have the main stages of tourism development in Rotorua been? What factors have brought about changes in the history of Tourism in Rotorua, such as economic, social, political and environmental? A free ‘History of Tourism in Rotorua’ timeline is given to each student.Activities include:
- Introduction and Discussion
- a slide presentation
- Skyline Rotorua
Take a ride in the 8-seater Doppelmayr Gondola to the top of Mt Ngongotaha and see the magnificent view of Lake Rotorua and the city. Enjoy two Luge rides, a fun filled gravity ride on a 3-wheel cart, returning to the top via a double seater chairlift.
- **DEPART ROTORUA AT OWN LEISURE**