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  • New Zealand Maori Culture, The Haka, New Zealand Haka

    …Home »New Zealand Travel »Culture »Haka The Haka The origins of the haka are deeply rooted in the mists of time. It is a history rich in folklore and legend that reflects Maori heritage. New Zealand has grown up immersed in haka since first encounters between Maori and early…

  • Maori Culture New Zealand, Maori Culture, Traditions and Tourism

    …immersed in haka since first encounters between Maori and early European explorers, missionaries and settlers... (more) Te Reo Maori - the Maori Language The visitor to New Zealand will become immediately aware of the Maori language as the vast majority of place names are of Maori origin. At first,…

  • October 2016 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …Also, take a look at New Zealand Tourism Guide's Instagram! Top Tourism Site of the Month This month's Top Tourism Site Award goes to Haka Lodge. Haka Lodge offers superior backpackers' accommodation in a number of locations in the North and South Islands. Whilst the logo 'says'…

  • September 2016 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …Break™). People's Choice Award Finalists: * Auckland Seaplanes, Auckland * Black Cat Cruises, Canterbury * CQ Hotels Wellington, Wellington * Haka Tours Ltd, Auckland * Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa, Canterbury * Hobbiton Movie Set & Farm Tours, Waikato * NZSki Ltd, Queenstown * Rainbow's…

  • July 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …ahead of the match with the New Zealand Maori All Blacks when over 7,000 people, including travelling supporters, took part in the world's largest haka which is expected to make it into the Guinness World Record book. Seven New Zealand cities, from north to south, hosted the British & Irish Lions…

  • New Zealand Maori Art and Culture, Maori Art in New Zealand

    …Fibre for clothing, ropes and other uses was created by weaving flax and other natural fibres. Hard New Zealand pounamu (greenstone or jade) was originally made into weapons and carving implements. Native wood was carved into spiritual objects that adorned Maori meeting houses (wharenui) and canoes.…

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