Rotorua Maori Tourism
Maori Tourism in Rotorua offers visitors a unique experience that provides a truly fascinating insight into the rich history of the indigenous people of New Zealand. This includes Maori culture, traditions and activities. Find out more about Maori culture. more
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Mobile-friendly - Share in the Powhiri; our ancient ceremony of welcome. Enter our living village, as it comes alive with the sights, sounds and activity of days gone by. Witness the lifting of the Hangi. Enter our ancestral meeting house, relax as our family entertain you with a powerful cultural performance. Dine on traditional hangi buffet feast, followed by a farewell ceremony.
Mobile-friendly - Tēnā Koutou Katoa, Nau mai Hāere mai.
Let us drive you to your next destination with providing excellent friendly customer service with local personality of knowledge. Enjoy our natural environment having photo opportunities along your journey; surrounding the Tongariro National Park, Mt Ruapehu, Whakapapa Village, Taupo and Turangi areas. Accommodation, Airport, Train or Bus transfers. Come on, let’s GO!
Mobile-friendly - Experience New Zealand’s most visited Archaeological Site where stories of the 1886 Tarawera Eruption come to life! Encounter the world-class Museum of Te Wairoa which exhibits excavated objects from the ruins; explore the site which once housed the people of Te Wairoa; hear unique stories from the tour guides and take the Waterfall Trail which showcases the stunning Wairere Falls.
Mobile-friendly - Rotorua's most experienced raft and sledge guide crew assist you to descend the outstanding waterways surrounding Rotorua, in style with their world-class rafting and sledging abilities and fun-loving personalities, coupled with the best gear, making it an experience you will never forget. Steep, bush clay canyons and over 13 awesome drops, including the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world.
Mobile-friendly - A sacred place – a spiritual place. An evening with Mitai will give you an authentic introduction to Maori culture. Enjoy a traditional hangi meal. See warriors in traditional dress paddling a waka (ancient war canoe). Home of the sacred Rainbow Spring and glow worms. Five minutes from the CBD. Nau Mai Haere Mai.
Mobile-friendly - Like the pictures of a book, arts and crafts are the pages of the Maori culture. It's how stories were told and passed down through generations, how traditions and genealogy were preserved. I give this knowledge freely. I give it to you for nothing. Do the same when your time comes to teach.
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