Elite Cultural Hangi Experience

Join us on a visit to Whakarewarewa, “The Living Thermal Village”.  Travel in the comfort of a Luxury 14 seat mini coach and experience this tantalizing tour of an authentic Maori Village.

Hot thermal springs and bubbling hot pools

Set amidst a landscape of erupting geothermal activity, hot thermal springs and bubbling hot pools is the living thermal village of Whakarewarewa, situated in the heart of the tourist diamond of Rotorua.

Discover our unique lifestyle and traditions.  Join a guided tour and witness the phenomena of mother nature and learn how we have come to live in harmony within this unique landscape and environment.

Tour highlights

  • Boiling Mud
  • Geothermal Hot Pool
  • Geysers
  • Guided Tour
  • Maori Hangi Experience – Traditional Geothermal Food
  • Hangi Lunch
  • Maori Cultural Show
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Travel through the heart of Kiwi Fruit Country
  • Rotorua City Sights
  • View Historic St Faiths Church
  • Drive through the Government Gardens and Parks
  • Visit a selection of Rotorua’s Beautiful Lakes
  • Time to browse at some genuine New Zealand Gifts & Souvenirs


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Fully Exclusive Tour Option

If you prefer a fully exclusive tour for yourself or for a group, contact us for a price on application

Price (Ex Tauranga) only NZ$160.00 per person

A minimum tour number of 6 is required to operate

Price includes:

Tour duration 6 hours. Pay your one off inclusive tour with all transport, entry fees included. Sit back & enjoy your trip without having to worry about entry fees. This includes the Maori concert. For lunch we will be going to Lake Tarawera.

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“Our firm Textiles Alive had a fabulous time with Ross when we decided to use his services for a social club event. He helped us plan a very fun evening. He picked us all up in the Limo and we went back to his studio/ballroom for some dancing and we had a great time. Ross is very professional and generous with his time and we would thoroughly recommend him to others.”

— From all the staff at Textiles Alive, Mount Maunganui