A 1.5 hour tour with details of local flora, maori culture, and a pretty cool mud pool! The guides were friendly and knowledgeable. Only found it by the sign off the highway - well worth a visit!
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Gained much cultural and historical knowledge within an enjoyable show. The rest was underwhelming. The war canoe, bush walk and glow worms are all on the same 100m path next to a narrow stream. Those in the back of the line could not hear the...More
We recently visited Mitai Village with some visitors from the UK. The visitors thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I have one suggestion for an improvement (from a kiwi perspective) and this would be to welcome all visitors with a powhiri as we got off the bus...More
I did the tamaki before but now i now the mitai, they explain everything so you actually learn more about their culture. Althoug the food was fast gone.. it was deliscious you should really try the seafoodchowder. As already told you learn a lot about...More
Nestled in the forest a short drive from Rotorua town centre, Mitai Maori Village gives visitors a glimpse of Maori culture in pre-colonial Aotearoa. The moment visitors are welcomed into the village by canoe-paddling Maori "warriors" in a densely wooded valley, you feel transported to...More