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Traditions

  • NEW ZEALAND ON DVD

    NEW ZEALAND ON DVD

    View the glow and richness of Maori traditions and culture forever preserved on DVD. See the Maori Haka, traditional welcome, and songs and dance. Travel back thousands of years to the coming of the Maori and watch their progress through the ages, their struggles in developing the land and the…
    visitor information » society » maori » culture

  • MITAI MAORI VILLAGE - Rotorua

    MITAI MAORI VILLAGE - Rotorua

    …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…
    attractions and activities » maori culture

  • TE ANAU LODGE - Te Anau

    TE ANAU LODGE - Te Anau

    Experience traditional hospitality and breathtaking lake and mountain views in the relaxed and peaceful environment of our 1936 relocated and lovingly restored former convent. Te Anau Lodge maintains its original charm, whilst offering modern facilities. Complimentary laundry facilities, luggage…
    accommodation » lodges and retreats

  • CHELTENHAM HOUSE - Hanmer Springs

    CHELTENHAM HOUSE - Hanmer Springs

    …invite you to relax in our luxury accommodation in Hanmer Springs. "Cheltenham House", a bed and breakfast with a thoughtful mix of comfort and traditional elegance, and "2 on Rutherford", a new self-contained villa, are just 200 and 300 metres respectively from the renowned Thermal Pools, shops,…
    accommodation » ski accommodation

  • THE FARM TOUR - Rotorua

    THE FARM TOUR - Rotorua

    The Farm Tour at Rotorua Heritage Farm offers visitors a traditional farm animal experience. Visitors have the ability to join in on the action, herding and mustering the sheep by the sheep dogs in the same way the early settlers in New Zealand had done.
    tours » agricultural and farm tours

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