Spend a night discovering the rich Maori culture through story telling, dance and song. You'll get to feast on a delicious banquet made with the traditional Hangi method, where you food is cooked in a pit underground from hot rocks and the earth. You can partake in the traditional poi dance or even the renowned haka to truly immerse yourself in the local culture. Then be enthralled by the beauty and sublime power of the natural geothermal wonders that dot the 60 hectares of geothermal land of Te Puia. Your evening includes a visit to the world famous Pohutu Geyser which is the largest active geyser in the Southern Hemisphere and bursts with clouds of steam and water once to twice an hour! This will definitely be an unforgettable night experience far from the bars and crowds.
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What people are saying about Night Tours in Rotorua
Amazing night out at Rotorua, they really take very good care of you all night. First you get to experience the Maori culture, followed by a delicious dinner. The highlight must be the visit down to the Geyser where you hear about the Maori story of how the geyser was formed. Throughout they always took very good care of you. A must try when at Rotorua.
The cultural show was interesting and there was also brief narration on the different gestures used by the Maori natives, the tools and weapons used by them. The main highlight of the dinner was the dishes cooked in the hangi. There are also other dishes that are not cooked in a hangi and the spread of food was very good. After dinner, a guide will show the participants the geysers near the restaurant which is 5 mins walking time. Overall, the experience was really good.
Loved the whole experience. The host was wonderful and friendly. The staff were fantastic & helpful.
The traditional Haka dance and performance were excellent.
The dinner buffet was delicious. A lot of variety which include food cooked in traditional Maori style.
A visit to pohutu geyser after dinner was memorable.
Overall, the experience was good. Highly recommended.
We took the night experience, got there a little bit early aroubd 4pm but was allowed in. Great! More time to explore inside. It was a great experience, being able to see the Kiwi bird, experiencing and learning more about the Maori culture. The guides were great too! Food was good, there was something for everyone. There was even a cup of hot coco while watching the geyser blow up at night.