Lake Tikitapu or Blue Lake, is the littlest of four little lakes lying between Lake Rotorua and Lake Tarawera in the Bay of Plenty district of New Zealand's North Island. The others are Lake Rotokakahi (Green Lake), Lake Okareka, and Lake Okataina. Alongside the others, Lake Tikitapu exists in a volcanic caldera shaped inside the most recent 300,000 years. The blue shade of the lake can be credited to rhyolite and pumice on the lake bed. The lake has no unmistakable outlet; nonetheless, subsurface stream channels towards Lake Tarawera.In summer, the lake is utilized for recreational purposes, with numerous games occasions being held, for example, water skiing and marathons. In the same way as other of the lakes in the Rotorua locale, it is additionally utilized for trout angling.