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We came in the morning for the walking tour of Te Puia and returned for the Maori culture show and dinner package. The tour of the grounds, informative Maori background and history, and the modern teaching facilitles are all very well done. We also enjoyed...More
By now if you in NZ you must have heard about the Maori bribe now you can hear how there were nearl wipeout by travelers and had to hide and sneak attack to reclaim they land. Maybe participate in some dance or maybe made the...More
Brilliant experience and very professional. My husband was the 'Chief' so were welcomed on to the Marae and treated like royalty. My UK visitors felt very special and loved every minute of the performance. Do go.
Well worth the visit to a spot where you can get a good appreciation of the culture and the lives of the first people of NZ. All of the "guides" we spoke with and lead the tours we did were excellent in giving us an...More
We had the tour and meal and were thrilled with what we got. First we got the tour and then we had the show and meal. We loved it!
The tour shows you all the thermal aspects of the area. Bubbling mud pots, geysers, and...More
We had a guided tour to this place. There is the performance from the Maori, their efforts to keep the tradition alive. The performers genuinely seemed to be enjoying themselves. Can see the Gayser here as well but time is short.
We were on a tour so getting back to the city wasn't a problem, I am sorry but can't therefore tell you about any public transport or taxi options although it is not a long coach ride it might be just a bit too far to walk.