Mitai Maori Village

Mitai Maori Village

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Mitai Maori Village

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The Mitai Family endeavour to bring you the most authentic Maori Cultural experience in NZ today.

OPENING HOURS: Daily from 5.30 - 9.30pm
COST: $116.00 per person

The Mitai family is proud to have created a sacred and spiritual place that offers you an authentic indigenous cultural experience like no other. The evening is guaranteed to leave you enthralled by the fascinating Maori Culture.

Your evening begins with a pick up from your Rotorua accommodation providing you with a warm and personalized meet and greet from one of our beautiful Maori Maidens dressed in the traditional attire, providing you with the opportunity to take a photograph and to embrace the hospitality of our Maori people. Upon arrival to our Mitai Maori Village you will learn the basic guidelines of entering such a sacred place. Select a Chief to represent those visiting our village, representation of your group is considered to be honorable high ranking status in Maoridom.

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North IslandRotorua RegionRotorua

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  • Cultural Experiences

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Daily from 5.30 - 9.30pm

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Stephanie Still

United Kingdom

Ranking: 8/10

Good educational evening, great food (hangi) and cultural performance but lots of people.

Reviewed over 2 years ago and experienced in March 2016

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Michele Geillon

France

Ranking: 10/10

Indispensable to discover and understand the Maori culture, even if is now becoming a business. Show was very realistic and nice to see. We recommend going in low season when less people are there. Great typical Maori dinner and walk through the forest and glowworms.

Reviewed about 3 years ago and experienced in March 2016

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Anna Scholten

Germany

Ranking: 8/10

It was amazing to see the Maori culture.

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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Sascha Daub

Germany

Ranking: 9/10

Everyone should experience the fascinating and different culture of the Maori. It feels really authentic and you get some awesome food.

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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Ulli

Germany

Ranking: 6/10

Very, very touristic, normal food (not very delicious), nice dance and show.

Reviewed over 3 years ago

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Bram and Laura

Netherlands

Ranking: 7/10

The Maori people gave us a great show and very good food! They were enthusiastic and funny! Only in my opinion, it was very touristic and very expensive for what we have got.

Reviewed over 4 years ago and experienced in December 2014

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Anna

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

I did this to get more information about Maori and there it is not so good. It is very interesting to learn about their singing and dancing and the people doing it are very funny and lovely. Also the food tastes great. If you are looking for good food and entertainment go for it. But I heard that there is a better place on the West Coast of the South Island.

Reviewed almost 5 years ago and experienced in January 2014

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Florian Littmann

Germany

Ranking: 7/10

Too expensive! Hangi was excellent.

Reviewed about 5 years ago and experienced in January 2014