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Our Restaurant is open for our Hāngī Lunch Buffet (11.30pm until 2.00 pm) daily. Last seating is at 1.30pm.
The menus are smartly sophisticated – infusing Māori flavours, with an array of global cuisines and cooking styles. From our popular corn & watercress soup, served alongside fresh homemade bread to our range of kai moana (seafood) with a crisp salad buffet, your meal will begin with a light entrée, to prepare you for the main course to follow.
Bookings are essential as we will book out during peak times. The last seating is at 1.30pm.
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Te Po Combo begins at 4pm with our fully guided experiences to enrich your visit to our historical geothermal valley. Each guide adds a personal touch to inspire and help visitors truly connect with the Te Puia experience.
Explore our amazing landscape of native bush, geysers, and mud pools, and feel the natural power of Pōhutu Geyser– the largest geyser in the Southern Hemisphere! Get up close and personal with one of our national treasures in our brand-new Kiwi Conservation Centre.
Visit the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute and Āhua Gallery.
After working up an apetite enjoy a mouth-watering buffet at our world famous Pātaka Kai Restaurant & Bar, followed by an exhilarating cultural performance and then if you want more, head back down into the geothermal wonderland featuring the world famous Pōhutu Geyser.
Must be booked in advance.
Geyser By Night begins at 6.45pm and concludes at 9pm. Please allow 2hrs for this experience.
Until now, the magic hidden within Te Puia has remained a secret that only Mother Nature has truly been exposed to. For the first time, the geothermal valley is revealed under night skies, providing a multi-sensory experience that can not be replicated anywhere else in the world.
Meet with your guide at the Main Entrance to Te Puia under our waharoa (gateway). After a brief kōrero (talk), you will be escorted to Te Heketanga-ā-Rangi, our superbly carved and architecturally designed, Māori feature.
Walking shoes and a moderate-medium level of fitness are needed and can be subject to the weather.
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL.
Rotorua’s world-class guided experience and cultural performance
This exhilarating combo extends out from our Te Rā Guided Experience by offering a leading cultural performance in our beautifully carved meeting house, Te Aronui a Rua. It will include a Pōhiri (Traditional Māori Welcome), Waiata (Song), Mōteatea (traditional chant), Poi and Haka.
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