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"One of the 20 Most Surreal Places in the World" Trip Advisor THOUSANDS OF YEARS IN THE MAKING, explore spectacular nature at New Zealand's most colourful natural volcanic area. Walk at your own pace - view the unique Champagne Pool, Sinter Terrace...more
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It is a better option if you wish pay more and see the Geyser. I went there with My husband and was nice to see the Champagne Lake and Lady knox. We also saw a Mud Pool. Overall it was a nice experience.
We arrived in time to see the Lady Knox Geyser at 10.15 then proceeded to walk around the reserve. Easy walk on paths and boardwalks and lots of different bubbling pools and coloured sands to see along with birdlife. We drove to the mud pools...More
Do not miss the short side trip to the mud pool, well worth it. Nice to casually stroll and spend as much time at each view point as you choose. I took a lot of time choosing which thermal site to visit and I ant...More
Lady Knox Geyser was worth the early morning trek to see it. Good price for a comprehensive exposure to the geothermic wonders. 2 hours walk to cover it all leisurely. Good treks.
Only suggestion is to have more ticket sellers during the peak hour period...More
Visited Wai-O-Tapu with my girlfriend. We timed our arrival so we could catch the Lady Knox Geyser at 10:15, which is well-worth seeing (even if it is artificially-induced!). The rest of the park is amazing to walk around, and don’t forget to stop at the...More
Fantastic Place! We were their at 10.15 to see the geyser which was great. We were a little dissapointed that it was induced by surfactant but still a great view. We Walked the entire 3 km walk through the Wonderland which we highly recommand if...More
Visited wai-o-tapu wonderland today. What an interesting place to visit well worth it. You can walk around at own leisure and take it all in. Beware though it does smell alot but its well worh the visit.
Worth stopping here and having a walk around. Reasonable entry fee, nice setup with logical route to follow taking in all the pools, holes and various other geothermal features. Accompanying leaflet has a bit of information on each numbered stop for easy following.