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Experience New Zealand's most visited archaeological site, and hear stories of the 1886 Mt. Tar...
Enjoy an authentic Maori cultural experience at Whakarewarewa, The Living Maori Village set in ...
Enjoy an authentic cultural experience at Whakarewarewa, The Living Maori Village, in Rotorua. Admis...
Experience the culture and history of Te Puia, the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute....
Get a deeper understanding of Māori traditions and absorb the unforgettable sights of Te Puia with a...
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Discover Maori history and culture and visit a geothermal valley to see erupting geysers and kiwi bi...
2 hours 30 minutes
“How would you like that cooked?” will never sound the same after lunch in Te Whakarewarewa Geo...
Spend an afternoon exploring New Zealand’s Maori culture with visits to settlement sites and li...
Mitai Maori Village offers you an authentic cultural evening incorporating a traditional earth ...
Immerse yourself in the traditional Maori way of life during this interactive and entertaining eveni...
Visit a Maori village for an authentic 3-hour cultural experience, including optional round trip hot...
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Enjoy a one of a kind feast of storytelling, entertainment and Māori cuisine at Te Puia. Be enriched...
3 hours 30 minutes
Complete your adventure through Rotorua with a traditional Maori "hangi" feast. You'll travel by co...
Join this 8-hour shore excursion from Tauranga to Rotorua which includes Kiwifruit Country, Oke...
4 hours 30 minutes
Enjoy this memorable and spiritual combo experience situated only a 5 minute drive from central Rot...
Rotorua has plenty of Maori attractions, including the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, Tamaki Maori Village, the Buried Village and several Hangi and other cultural displays.
Rotorua offers a great opportunity to understand Maori culture, and a trip to the Whakarewarewa thermal village will give you the added benefit of seeing natural attractions as well. Understand the history of Rotorua, see the legendary “Penny Divers” - local Maori children who jump off the bridge into the stream below chasing your pennies, and witness the fantastic performance of the Te Pakira Cultural Group showcasing Maori song and dance including the Haka. The adjacent New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute at Te Puia has a weaving house, kiwi house, Maori meeting house and the National Carving School with master carvers. Get great views of the erupting Pohutu, and the Prince of Wales geyser, so named because the 3 directions the geyser shoots out resembles the feathers on the Prince of Wales crest.