Te Pā Tū Evening Cultural Experience - Private Tour from Auckland
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- Feast on song, drama, tradition, and divine seasonal kai (food)
- Enjoy 4 hours of traditional, powerful, and entertaining Māori cultural performance
- Admission to 4 hours of performance, entertainment, and kai hākari (feasting)
- Complimentary chef choice aperitif
- All Fees and Taxes
- A local English-speaking tour escort throughout the tour
- Hear the amazing history of the village ancestors
- WiFi on board
- The most awarded cultural tourism attraction in New Zealand
- Complimentary pick up and drop off from Auckland
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Luxurious temperature controlled transportation in a minibus
- Complimentary High Speed Internet on-board the minibus
- Enjoy the traditional Māori welcome ceremony
- Forest canapes
- Witness the blazing bonfires, and forest-formed amphitheatre
- Complimentary chef choice aperitif
- Fully guided private return transfers from Auckland
- Complimentary refreshments and water on board
- Private transportation
- Immerse yourself in the traditional Māori way of life
- Feast on a traditional four course Māori-fusion feast dinner and desserts
Auckland CentralWe pickup travellers from most locations in the Auckland CBD location. If your pickup location is not available on the list, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our very best to accommodate your request.
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We stop to get some great coffee, tea, scones or pies (at your own expense) and a comfort break before we continue our journey into the Waikato region.
Dog and Sheep Shaped Corrugated Metal BuildingsWe will also pass through the unique town of Tirau (the corrugated iron sculpture capital of the world) known for its antique shops and animal-shaped corrugated iron buildings.
Government GardensBefore we head on to Te Pā Tū, we visit and discover the fantastic local landmarks, including the Museum, Government Gardens, Lake Rotorua, and Blue baths, as well as a multitude of picturesque and gorgeous surrounding areas. The Museum and Blue Baths building are currently CLOSED due to seismic issues.
The most award-winning Māori culture attraction in New Zealand... Embark on a journey to the outskirts of Rotorua, to a Māori village nestled in an ancient forest. Voted Top 10 Experience in the World, this is a cultural experience like no other. Delivered with genuine heart and soul, Te Pā Tū offers a window in to a truly riveting, spirited way of life. Experience an evening of ceremonial ritual, powerful cultural performance, storytelling & Hangi feasting. Warriors emerge from the forest by canoe to perform the powhiri, an ancient ceremony of welcome that allows visitors safe passage into the village nestled within a native Tawa Forest. As you wander beneath the stunning forest canopy, the pre-European village the village comes alive with sights, sounds & activity of days gone by including haka, poi, tattooing, weaving, carving and arts of warrior training. You will have the opportunity to participate in these activities.
Auckland CentralAfter an enchanting fun-filled cultural experience at Rotorua, it is now time to head back to Auckland to conclude your evening and drop-off at your hotel in Auckland. We can also drop you at your accommodation in Rotorua if you are staying locally in the region.