You will see
- Blue Baths
- Blue Lake
- Geothermal Sulphur Point
- Government Gardens
- Lake Okareka
- Lake Rotorua
- Mokoia Island
- Rotorua Museum
Discover Rotorua on a unique 90 minute sightseeing adventure onboard our WWII amphibious vehicle able to travel on land and water!
Join us on this fascinating journey of discovery that begins in town where Rotorua's rich history unfolds before you as we tour local landmarks and share stories and legends of the past. Highlights include Lake Rotorua, Mokoia Island, Geothermal Sulphur Point, Government Gardens, The Museum, Blue Baths and much more…
The adventure continues as we venture out to the spectacular lake's area for "SPLASHDOWN" (entry) into Lakes Tikitapu (Blue Lake) and Okareka.
Visit a small lakeside community where the Duck's elevation affords magnificent views of Mt Tarawera.
With Rotorua Duck Tours you experience the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of riding in an authentic WWII amphibious "duck" as well as getting a great introduction to Rotorua and its attractions. It's fun for the whole family, it's educational, and it's an adventure that all ages can enjoy.
- Full commentary on Rotorua's history, landmarks and stories
- Transport to and from Rotorua to join the tour. Why not hire one of our cars or take our Rotorua Explorer Shuttle?
- Drive time from Port of Tauranga to Rotorua is 1 hour 10 minutes
- Please meet the tour 15 minutes prior to departure at the Rotorua I-Site, 1167 Fenton St, Rotorua
Experience Schedule Options
|start time||end time|
|City and Lakes Tour Morning Tour||11:00||12:30|
|City and Lakes Tour Afternoon Tour||13:00||14:30|
Activity Ticket Charges
|Adult price||NZ $69.00|
|Child price (3 to 16 yrs)||NZ $45.00|
|Family price (max adults 2 max children 2)||NZ $165.00|
Where do the Duck Tours depart from?
Rotorua Duck Tours depart from the Rotorua I-Site at 1167 Fenton St, Rotorua
What time should we meet you?
Please meet us 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
What do I need to bring?
Please dress to the conditions. Because it is an open vehicle it could get breezy so bring a jacket. Don't forget your camera!
How long should we allow for the tour?
Please allow 2 hours
Can we bring food on the Duck?
Drinks are allowed and snack food for children.
Is there any age restrictions?
The Duck is suitable for all ages from very young to very old. Infants even though they may be sitting on a parents lap are actually assigned a seat on the duck.
How many people are on a tour?
The maximum capacity of the Duck is 28 seats.
Can you take people in wheelchairs?
Duck Tours does not cater for wheel chair access. However we can assist people on who are wheel chair bound as long as you do not mind being assisted. Wheelchairs are left at the Rotorua I-Site in secure storage.