More geothermal curiosities may be found in Wai-O-Tapu, which is home to the Lady Knox geyser, which erupts every morning at 10.15 a.m. with water shooting 20 metres into the air. With bubbling mud pools formed by a collapsed mud volcano, vivid green water pools, and steaming terraces in shades of bright yellow and lurid orange, this colourful area brims with volcanic activity, producing a bizarre and alien sight.
You may wander around the Wai-O-Tapu park on a series of pathways to get a fantastic perspective of all the volcanic features. Make sure to stop at the visitor centre for a while. There is a shop and a café on site, in addition to full information on the attraction.
A Rotorua Eco Thermal small group tour is an excellent method to ensure you see the most of the attraction. The attractions of the hot springs and geothermal formations, including the Lady Knox Geyser, are included in these enjoyable morning trips lead by experienced guides.