Avaliações em outros idiomas
Avaliado por: AB , Novembro 2015
This was an awesome tour! We went on a rainy day unfortunately, but it was still absolutely worth it. Our guide, Grant, was funny and knowledgeable. Definitely a worth while tour!
Avaliado por: E. Anne B , Novembro 2014
The weather was perfect! We had a fun and informative sightseeing trip. The driver was great. So glad we decided on this tour.
Avaliado por: Kierra , Australia, Junho 2014
Avaliado por: Sylvia I , Janeiro 2014
It was great. We had two friends from the UK with us and their comments were that I couldn't have chosen anything better. thoroughly enjoyable - even the duck caller which our friend Dave continued to use throughout the following week and had it in his pocket even when boarding the plane on the first leg of the journey home!
Avaliado por: Peggy B , Dezembro 2013
This is the most fun you can have, Paulie and Grant looked after us fabulously. Excellent
Avaliado por: John G , Julho 2013
A most enjoyable tour. Our tour guide Ngotha had us laughing all the way, and the amphibious vehicle gave us a very different way of experiencing Rotorua.
Avaliado por: Paula H , Outubro 2012
Brilliant,brilliant,brilliant. Even though it was pouring with rain and freezing cold on the day the duck driver ensured we had a great time. Driving through the lakes was fab. Highly recommended!
Avaliado por: Susan B , Janeiro 2011
Avaliado por: Anônimo , Fevereiro 2010
Avaliado por: Jay B , USA, Fevereiro 2010
Avaliado por: Robin A , Dezembro 2015
Our wonderful driver and tour guide made this very, very enjoyable.
Avaliado por: Bridgit S , Março 2014
Well organised and informative tour of Rotorua lakes. My 7 year old boy loved the idea of a 'truck' going into the lakes...he was very excited!!!
Avaliado por: Amanda W , Abril 2015
My 8 and 12 year old sons enjoyed this tour in this unique vehicle. They liked the noisy yellow duck beak duck caller too. We enjoyed how the boat went on land and in the lakes and the information about the boat was very interesting. I would have liked to know more information about the Maori, European settlement and landscape rather than trivia about wealthy homes.