Very impressive Geysers! Bubbling mud-pools and similar stuff. Didn’t do the Maori stuff as I did this yesterday already (and from what I’ve seen the Tamaki is better!)

Pohutu Geyser
The most famous geyser, of the 65 geysers found in the Te Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley in Rotorua, is the awe-inspiring Pohutu Geyser, meaning big splash or explosion. Pohutu erupts up to 30 metres (100 foot) high, depending on her mood,and is the largest active geyser in New Zealand and the southern hemisphere. There are few places in the world where geothermal phenomena such as geysers are as extensive and accessible as in Rotorua, New Zealand.
The magnificent Pohutu geyser erupts up to 20 times each day, a sight well worth waiting for. Guided tours at Te Puia leave on the hour and are approximately 90 minutes long. You will be given plenty of time to marvel at our explosive geyser, but feel free to join up with a later tour if you wish to spend more time at the site of the geyser.