Maori Hangi Dinner and Concert at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds
Your night will begin at Whare Waka Café within the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, where you will be greeted by your host and will finish back at the café where you will be seated for your delicious hāngi feast.
Enjoy a complimentary drink on arrival as you mix and mingle in the charming outdoor setting at Whare Waka Café.
Your charismatic and informative host will guide you through the evening’s events. Watch as the expert hāngi chef unveils your dinner and explains the traditional cooking process.
Be transported back in time as you follow your host on a short bush walk, where you will be approached by two Māori warriors before you experience a traditional challenge (wero).
Prepare to be amazed as the resident performing arts group Te Pitowhenua entertains you with a high energy cultural performance.
Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner of various meats, stuffing, vegetables, breads, salads and steamed pudding for dessert.
Your Hangi and Concert ticket also includes a day pass to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds which will allow you entry to the Museum of Waitangi, a 50-minute guided tour with a local guide and access to our heritage buildings, bush walks and Carving Studio.
- Dinner - Buffet dinner
- All activities
- Tour escort/host
- Live entertainment
- A complimentary drink on arrival
- Day Pass to the Waitangi Treaty Grounds
- Hotel pick up / drop off
- Entry/Admission - Waitangi Treaty Grounds
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Please inform at the time of booking if you have any special dietary requirements.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
A must go. Experience was great and the food was delicious.
This was an excellent evening. We learned a lot about the Maori and there way of life. There traditions. Then the food, my God that was amazing we were stuffed by the end of the evening. I would recommend this to everyone as a must do on your visit to New Zealand