Our guide sees that Pōhutu is erupting in the distance. As it normally erupts for 30 minutes then is inactive for 60 minutes he suggests we make our way to observe the guysers in action. On a calm day Pōhutu (which means 'constant splashing') can spout 30 meters (100 feet). Next to it is Te Tohu also named ‘Prince of Wales Feathers’ geyser, in honour of a British royal visit in 1901.
All in all, a very nice day exploring New Zealand.