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Te Hana Te Ao Marama offers an array of authentic and exciting cultural activities from guided New Zealand Maori Village Tours and awe inspiring Maori Cultural Performances to Marae styled accommodation. Our Village Cafe also provides you with mouth...more
317 State Highway One | 317 State Highway One, Te Hana, Auckland 0940, New Zealand
Part of a cruise ship shore tour from Auckland, a little over an hour north via coach & we'd arrived at Te Hana Te Ao Marama Maori Cultural Reserve.
Before we even got off the bus we were greeted by the local host in their...More
We had a lovely "privat" tour today afternoon, we were the only guests and the also made the guide for us!! The village is not so big, but there is everything what we have to see and know about the Maori culture, it was very...More
I liked your Te Hanna TE AO Marama Maori Center with my friend Robyn Jones.
We both like the hearing the history of TE Hanna TE AO Marama Maori Cultual Centre and we both found that it was very informative with the informaiton your tour...More
We visited here on a wet afternoon and we were the only ones being taken round the attraction.
There's no haka or poi dances, there's no hangi, but we did get a local guide all to ourselves. So it was a great opportunity to ask...More
Great way to see the Maori culture in the early times. We were welcomed with a Powhiri and I acted as the Captain of my Tribe. There is also a Maori Village in the back showcasing housing and fortresses when the Maori's ruled New Zealand....More
I have always been interested in Mouri culture so this was an easy place for me to want to visit. As we entered the establishment we were greeted by our guide as you really do need a guide to explain about the different parts of...More
Our guide was wonderful! She told us every thing I had hoped to find out about their culture and more. I would love to go back and see more of this place. I loved meeting a kiwi bird and seeing the geysers.
From the second our buses entered it was obvious a great deal of work has been put into the construction of the village and center. Our group was expertly led from the entrance by an elder to Te Ana o Te Topuni which means The...More
We found details for Te Hana during an overnight stay during the Carnival Spirit's port of call into Auckland. We drove out and found the venue easily and parking a breeze. Our host was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed learning all about Princess Te Hana...More
We took a group of migrants down to Te Hana as part of a series of Maori experiences. The tour of the village was very well done. Our guide was relaxed and a good storyteller. Afterward we had a lovely lunch.I would recommend a stop...More