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Rotorua Car Hire & Airport Rental Cars

You can pick up from our branch or we will meet you at the Rotorua Airport

*Fees apply

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday - 8:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday - Closed

Key drop box available afterhours.

Be sure to check out the following Rotorua sites and attractions.

Whether seeking to experience Maori culture, geothermal earth forces, spa rejuvenation, thrills and adventure, or any of the other natural assets such as 16 lakes, some of the world's best mountain biking trails, fantastic trout fishing and myriad forest walking tracks – Rotorua delivers it all!

Rafting New Zealand is at its best here. It is a popular year-round activity, with trips are available on the Kaituna (grade five), Wairoa (grade five) and Rangitaiki (grade four) Rivers. Walk among towering Redwoods or splash around in any of Rotorua’s 16 sparkling lakes. These lakes lend themselves to activities such as swimming, boating, kayaking and waterskiing: perfect for family fun. See wild trout, animals and birdlife in a native bush setting or bond with the kids over shared adventures such as white water rafting and jet boating. There is no other way to describe it. Fifteen fishable lakes, a myriad of streams and three different species of trout to fish for using virtually every conceivable legal method known to anglers.

Whakarewarewa Forest offers a huge variety of forest walks, off road running tracks and mountain bike trails. The forest is five minutes’ drive from the central city and has some of the best biking trails New Zealand can offer. It is open to the public year-round.  Access is free.  Bike trail and walking track maps are available from the information centre; it’s easy to get lost in the forest so these are invaluable.

Geysers, mud pools and thermal springs have been attracting visitors to Rotorua since the 1800s and the living, breathing landscape never fails to amaze. A faint sulphur scent lingers in the air, a constant reminder of the thermal activity that is visible in pockets scattered around the region.  Clouds of steam drift from Kuirau Park, home to boiling
mud pools and crater lakes.

AGRODOME - www.agrodome.co.nz
Briars Farm, Forest & River Horse Rides - www.briarshorsetrek.co.nz
Elite Adventures - Guided Tours - www.freefallxtreme.com
Mamaku Blue - Blueberry Farm & Winery Experience - www.mamakublue.co.nz
Bryan Colman Trout Fishing - www.troutfishingrotorua.com
Rotorua Trout Safaris - www.wildtrout.co.nz
Tamaki Maori Village - maoriculture.co.nz  

Looking For Accommodation In Rotorua?

Rotorua has many hotel options. See a full selection of Rotorua accommodation on Wotif.co.nz.

Hamurana Lodge - www.hamuranalodge.com

Alpin Motel Apartments & Conference Centre - www.alpin.co.nz  

Rotorua Motel & Campervan Park - www.allseasonsrotorua.co.nz




Find us here:

Rite Price Rentals Rotorua

105 Old Taupo Road


Phone: 0800 250 251       (Toll Free)



All rates inclusive of GST/taxes and standard insurance fee.

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29 Jan 2013