Lake Rotorua Overview
The second largest lake of North Island, Lake Rotorua impresses with its magical green-blue hue, steam clouds, and the high sulphur content in water. Its calm and shallow waters provide a picture-perfect setting for boating, kayaking, fishing, and various water-sports.

The famous rhyolite dome, Mokoia Island, created due to slowly oozing lava is also located at the centre of the lake. The island is known as the setting point of New Zealand's greatest love story of Hinemoa and Tutanekai and can be visited by taking a guided tour. Guided tours also give a chance to soak in the Hinemoa's Pool.

Location: Rotorua District, Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand
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