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MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGY (MOTAT)
MOTAT uses past, present and future Kiwi technology and ingenuity to educate and inspire the next generation to be the innovators of the future.
View the remains of fortification where an outnumbered Maori force was attacked by 1,500 British troops in one of the crucial battles of the Waikato campaign on 20 November 1863, with both sides suffering heavy casualties.
Te Kuuiti Paa
We provide an authentic waka ama tour for small to large groups max 24 on the Waikato awa. We offer Corporate and team building packages. Our staff are well experienced seasoned paddlers who have been highly trained in waka tikanga and water safety.
Our mission is to capture the hearts of our own people as well as the the world with our unique culture. We are the Waikato-Tainui Maaori Cultural experience using Maaori performing arts, upholding the Mana and traditional values and beliefs of our people.
TINO PAI TOURS
Provide a range of tourism tours across NZ.We aim to achieve full enjoyment on our tours and give a authentic natural world experience that will never be forgotten.
WAIREINGA -BRIDAL VEIL FALLS
Only 15 minutes’ drive from Raglan, Come along with Tangata Whenua, -People of the land and discover the spectacular 55-metre-high Bridal Veil Falls, also known as the Waireinga Falls which is a popular Waikato walking track suitable for all ages.
NATIVE IWI TOURISM LIMITED
We are a Social Enterprise concerned with Cultural Preservation, Cultural Tourism, Environmental Sustainability, and Economic Development for indigenous people.