Mitai Maori Hula Haka - Cultural Experience and Buffet
- Duration: 120 Minutes (approx.)
- Location: Rotorua
- Product code: MMVHula
Enter the world of Mitai, and learn about the history of this area which was once flourished in villages.
The story of the migration of Tamatekapua of the Te Arawa canoe to Aotearoa and the Maori Pacifica connection told in dance form. Come and join us in this Maori and Island fusion extravaganza, including a feast for the ravenous.
Your hāngī/umu earth oven food of Polynesia includes pork, chicken, taro, island style potato salad, and much more. The hangi/umu is cooked in an earth-oven, a hole 1-2m into the ground, the baskets of kai (food) are placed on hot stones at the bottom of a hāngī pit. The kai is then covered to trap the heat, the steam and heat from heated hāngī stones infuses the kai with delicious earthy flavours while it cooks for 3-4 hours. Come and try out the delicious tempting hula food of the Great Ocean of Kiwa.
The Mitai band and bar is another feature to keep you busy.
Local - Rotorua Residents: Contact us for rates at firstname.lastname@example.org (Conditions apply)
Note: Our waka display down Wai-o-Whiro stream is put on hold during winter and will resume later in the year.