Te Puia is an attraction in Rotorua on the North Island of New Zealand. It host a Maori cultural centre and a geothermal valley you can hike. It is home to a whole bunch of geysers. The biggest one, the Pohutu Geyser (‘poor-hoo-too’), which is the largest active geyser in the southern hemisphere. She erupts once or twice every hour and sometimes reaches heights of 30 metres (100 feet). Pohutu means ‘constant splashing’ in Maori.