Te Ra'ai is a really good value for the night. You are picked up by the van (quite big new van with that new leather-upholstery smell) and wisked off to the show. Welcome drink is either a mango sour or juice, to sip in pavillion area with local music, pit-oven cooking your food, and face painting. You can go back for a second (dare I admit third) mango sour and no one blinks an eye. The dinner was buffet at group tables. The pork, chicken, and fish (which you just saw unearthed from the pit oven) were tender. You can eat as much or as little as you like, so food is good and lots of it. House wines are offered with dinner, and again, they are generous with servings. But it is the dancing that makes the night. The dancers aremesmerizing and you cannot believe how long they go with a high energy level. Opportunities for picture taking with dancers after the show. A tip jar is passed around at dinner, but they should find a way to have the tipping AFTER the dance show as you really appreciate the dancers skill and stamina!