Was not bad but not the best thermal area in this area. Really nice people.
During the 90 minute walk you get an impressive overview of different geothermal activities (mud pools, blowholes, craters). Nice price/performance ratio.
See geysers and get to understand the volcanoes activity.
A very short walk, just some good views.
Geothermal park, not really something surprising and a little bit disappointed to not see the mud pools!
A natural hot springs park = interesting if you like science.
Really great riding through some interesting landscapes. Trails for all abilities. Well worth the $10 visitor pass.
Loved this park. One of my favourites in the North Island. Loads of trails (probably need more than a day to see them all), very well marked and signed.
Franziska and Sabine
Cheap activity, not the best but still a good trip if you have time.
The craters are nice but for $8, the park was not worth it. A lot of people and not much to see.
Very interesting landscape, have not seen anything like that before, worth it to pay for it.
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Good activity to do on a sunny day. Nice walk around with insights into active volcano zones.
Nice walk through a geothermal landscape close to Taupo. The walkways are mostly brand new and guarantee an easy walk. $8 is fair for what you get. Nice staff, welcoming you, clean toilets and a sweet gift shop.
Stunning views, geothermal area, takes 3/4 hour, costs $8 per person.
Thomas and Katia
Nice walk for $8, very welcoming people at the entrance. It is a 45 minute walk in the centre of many volcanic activities. But not so impressive for us after other places in South America.
The price is okay ($8), it is interesting to see the fumeroles, the walkway/path is very well maintained, but on the whole nothing extraordinary.
Geothermal walk, 45 minutes, nothing special. $8.
Cheap and nice walking track, very interesting.
Interesting if you want to see a few fumeroles and boiling mud. Only $8 per person.
Prices are correct, $8, cheap compared to other activities! The place is great. It is very impressive to see all the fumeroles and to hear mud bubbling. Good explanation as well.
Spectacular views from the geo-thermal activity.
Quite a good trip.
It does not look like a moons environment and unfortunately we had hot weather there so we saw just holes, quite boring.
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Good little walk.
There are better free walks in Rotorua, but if that's not possible then this is good.
Nice facilities and a well maintained board walk. Cheap, but not too interesting and a nice option for those staying in Taupo or passing by.
Waiting for something more spectacular.
Cheaper price for entrance!
If you had never seen any form of geothermal activity before, then it may be of some interest, but unfortunately a few scattered steam vents and holes in the ground does not justify an entrance fee.
Just some steam coming out of the ground and some bubbles of mud. Not worth the money! You can see the same steam and water for free near Kerosine Creek and swim in it.
not that impressive as other thermal parks, but also not that crowded, which is nice!
Nice little walk
A good walk but we had already seen quite a lot of thermal stuff.
A nice walk with some impressive craters and cool views. Not as impressive as some free walks in Rotorua but reasonable value for money at $14.50 for a family. Boardwalk is very expensive to maintain so justified prices. Plesant staff as well. Facilities nice and clean.
Really cool place, great value for the money (~$6/pp). The staff were even nice and unlocked the gate so that one of our members could get out after they accidentally locked him into the bathroom!
Little pricey for little to see.
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Cheap entry $6 per person. Great thermal reserve with lots of steam rising and mud pools.
It was not very impressive. We were partly disappointed and rushed through the park. Price was little too high for what it offers.
You cannot see the volcanoes (as it is said in the guides), but we went early and were all alone which was great.
As good as some of the commercial sites. Looked after by volunteers and donations.
Entry fee of $6 seems about right. Very interesting locations and the walkway ensures you get a reall good look at the sights.
Fun to see but a bit too touristic and a shame you have to pay for it.
For a small fee a really interesting walk around an active thermal area with great, up-close views of mud pools and steaming craters.
45 min walk along a boardwalk over geothermal mud craters and steaming holes.
M and H Lunn
Interesting - but not to be compared with Yellostone! Entry fee reasonable.
A site that should be free. It's not so terrific, even if it remains strange and unusual. $6 per adult.
Good value for money not very diverse
One of the geo-thermal parks that actually WAS affordable, and your car was even guarded during your stay there!
J P Paulvast
geo thermal wonderland entry is only donation to keep your car safe. Nice walk 2 info on the track.
Okay but not too exciting.
Not too spectacular but is worth seeing for just $6
Overall good value at $6.00 for an adult. Good set up for the tour.
Not bad for the price you pay BUT the other areas are more spectacular (and much more expensice too).
Was okay, but should just be called a nice walk. But also has good wheelchair access.
A nice walk - Nothing more, but a good walk. Ideal for the disabled.
When we went it was $6. $6 to see anything in Taupo or Rotorua is good! It's not your typical $30 tourist trap. There are vents with steam, there are noisy vents with steam, there's boiling mud, and steam is everywhere. It's a good thermal site. The walk way is well maintained and the road in good shape. It's a short drive from Huka falls. Certainly worth a visit.
This is good value for money way & seeing thermal activity. Not touristy - Run by volunteers for D of C.
Very friendly people at kiosk + they looked after our rucksacks. I was a bit disappointed with the actual views.
Not as spectacular as I had hoped but well laid out site and good information boards. Facilities clean and staff very helpful.