Waikite Valley Thermal Pools

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Waikite Valley Thermal Pools, Rotorua Overview

Waikite Valley Thermal Pools, established in 1972, are a complex of 10 different pools. 'Living water' of the Te Manarola spring can be experienced here. Te Manaroa spring is the largest single source of 100% pure boiling water in New Zealand. This water, naturally laden with calcite and sulphur free, comes directly from the depths of the earth.

Each pool is drained and refilled with clean, pure water daily. No, where else is found such a pure bathing experience in New Zealand. Water for the pool comes straight from the spring and is cooled to 35-38°C before entering the pool. The 100% natural thermal water is neither chemically treated nor is it filtered or recycled back into the collections. The private spas allow the visitors to control the temperature of the pools. An informative Eco-trail to the Te Manaroa spring gives an insight into flora and fauna of the region.

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Cost

Public pools

Adult $18-$27, Children (5 to 15) years $10-$14, under 5 years $3, Spectator $3, Family $48

Private pools
$23 per person

Campground
Powered site per person per night

Adult $27, Children (5to 15 years) $14, under 5years $3

Non powered sites per person per night Adult $24, Children(5to 15 years) $12, under 5 $3

Camping fee includes unlimited access to the public pools.

How To Reach Waikite Valley Thermal Pools

It is 25 minutes southwards drive from Rotorua. Travel south towards Taupo on SH 5. Then opposite to Wai-O-Tapu turn right onto Waikite Valley road and thereafter travel 6 km following the posted signs.

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