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    Te Puia Day Pass

    4.7 ( 174 reviews ) 2K+ Booked
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    • Immerse yourself in Maori culture and art through wood carving and weaving demonstrations and informative exhibition at a model of a Pre-European Maori Village
    • Marvel at the geothermal wonders spread over 60 hectares of land, including the famous Pohutu Geyser which is the Southern Hemispheres largest active Geyser
    • Visit two of New Zealand's native kiwi birds at the Kiwi House
    • Enjoy Te Puia during the day or add in a Culture Performance which includes the Kapa Haka and the Powhiri Performance
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    Highly Recommended
    Review for: Day Pass

    Exchange of entrance ticket was easy, and there was a free guided tor which explains the history and tour the cultural centre and finish off with a tram ride to the geyser & mud pool.

    21 Mar 2020
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    What To Expect

    You'll need at least half a day to fully experience the quintessential New Zealand offerings of Te Puia. Set on 60 hectares of geothermal valley, there are several natural features to see, most notably the famous Pohutu Geyser, which is the largest active geyser in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere! There are also other geysers, mud pools and steam vents to sight for those fascinated by geothermal activity. The other main feature of Te Puia is the rich Maori culture; here you can learn about their history, culture and art forms with live demonstrations of wood carving and weaving. The Maori people are the traditional inhabitants of this land, so understanding their history is important for any visitor of New Zealand. Finally, if you haven't been able to see any of the iconic kiwi birds yet, there are two cuddly kiwis who call Te Puia home, so make sure to stop by the Kiwi House to get a glimpse of one of these nocturnal locals.

    Geothermal valley at Te Puia
    The geothermal valley of Whakarewarewa, which covers over 60 hectares of land
    Haka at Te Puia
    The famous welcoming Haka by the local Maori, watch in awe at the powerful ceremony and even get the chance to learn it
    Guided tour at Te Puia
    Guided tour of the geothermal valley, learn about the distinct environment and how it is used in everyday life by Maori people
    Te Puia
    Local Maori women communicate with a little girl
    Te Puia's powerful geothermal activity
    Erupting geyser at the Whakarewarewa geothermal valley, make sure to see the southern hemispheres largest active geyser, the Pohutu Geyser
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    US$ 36.09 40.05
    Available from 27 Oct 2020
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