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WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite

WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite Te Rata Bay, Lake Tarawera, Rotorua view on map
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite 97% 32 user reviews 10
  • WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
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Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite is managed by Whakarewarewa Village Charitable Trust (WVCT). This Campsite is surrounded by native bush and lake. This lovely site is great to relax and enjoy life in the slow lane and to have a relaxing swim in natural warm water. This Camp Site has NO ROAD ACCESS, It is accessible via Boat or Walking the Tarawera Trail.

  • Check-in Time: 1:00pm
  • Check-out Time: 12:00pm
  • Toilet Facilities
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • A campsite map on the booking page would be useful 5
    WAYNE STACHURSKI - Oct 15, 2014 (Stayed Oct 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • Super beautiful place! Camp was great although when the wind changed we gota freewhiffs of the loo. But appreciated effort to protect the environment! Addedv improvements would be added maps of the area. 4
    NIC COBURN - May 2, 2014 (Stayed Apr 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • We had a wonderful time. We were able to do our own thing and relax even though there were a lot of campers there. 3
    TRISH OOSTERBAAN - May 1, 2014 (Stayed Apr 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • What a perfect spot! We will be back. Our only complaints were the wasps and the weed. Wasps - most of our group got stung a couple of times. Luckily I had some ointment to minimise the damage, however we hadn't taken fly spray nor citronella candles. We found one wasp nest and with permission from the Water Taxi man, poured petrol down the nest. However that only diminished the wasp population by about 10%. Weed - we didn't mind the weed too much however four of our children were playing in the weed very happily. The next day they all developed a severe rash all over their exposed skin. The rash burned and blistered, making all four quite miserable for at least 3 days. A fellow camper said it was possibly "duck itch". I felt a warning sign would have been a good idea, as more campers with smaller children would not have known about the rash risk if we hadn't have warned them. 4
    JOHANNA DOHRMAN - May 4, 2014 (Stayed Apr 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • On line booking worked very well... just as well we thought to check before we went though as we can no longer pay on site. 5
    GILL GARCHOW - Apr 23, 2014 (Stayed Apr 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • We had to change our booking but I did that verbally because we wanted more info about the site. Otherwise everything was great. 4
    LAURA LAPWOOD - Apr 9, 2014 (Stayed Mar 2014) Travelbug verified review
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
WVCT - Lake Tarawera Hot Water Beach Campsite
  • Camp site was clean & tidy, once again a great experience. 5
    PETER B - Feb 20, 2014 (Stayed Feb 2014) Travelbug verified review

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