Fascinating visit enhanced by excellent guide using ear pieces to ensure everyone in the group could hear
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Walked 2km from Paihia easy. Spent most day wandering around after guided tour great guy real character. Then cultural performance great too. Museum done really well easy to spend couple hours in here. Gift shop quite expensive. Go if you get chance.
Fabulous evening, commentary glass of wine, explanation of hangi cooking and lifting of the food to start with. Welcome procedure walking up through the bush with the challenge, conch shell call and koauau sounds mixed with birds and bush was beautiful experience. I have not...More
As we came in via a cruise ship they offered a 20% discount on the entry fee. The entry fee included a guided tour with an extremely knowledgeable guide, a fantastic cultural performance and the chance to wander through the very new, interactive museum and...More
The museum is the real highlight here. So informative and presented in a variety of accessible ways. We could have spent a day just in the museum.
The Hangi was fabulous. The walk through the bush with challenges from the Maori chiefs was very exciting with Maori calls all around. The concert was the highlight for me. The tribute to the 25th Maori Battalion was very emotional and their performance was excellent....More
Our tour guide Kaz was hilarious, with a dry sense of humour. If you're doing the tour, keep in mind that you won't be taken inside the House of Assembly during the tour, so if you're keen to go inside, don't do the tour around...More
I did find it fascinating how the history of the treaty is presented, the museum is great, and I enjoyed the cultural performance in the Meeting House, better than another one I saw, though they are all very similar in what they do. However our...More
This is an absolute must do! It takes a long time to go round if you want to see everything properly. A fascinating story behind the highly contentious Waitangi treaty that takes you from the early colonisation by French and the British, up until present...More
The Waitangi Treaty Grounds were very interesting. We learnt a lot about New Zealand history, well worth a visit.