A traditional Māori mihi whakatau (welcome) including waiata (song) and whakawhanaungatanga (introductions) awaits visitors to Te Wharewaka o Pōneke.
Our friendly experienced tour guides will take you through everything you need to know to become kaihoe (paddlers), teaching you the basic commands and chants, haka and salutes, in preparation for your once in a lifetime memorable waka experience paddling on one of the traditionally carved waka.
Following the waka experience you are taken on a historical tour of significant Māori cultural sites with an exclusive walking tour. The exclusive waka and walking tour is 3 hours in duration and takes visitors on Wellington’s best Māori experience on the water and on land.
Minimum of 10 passengers
Exclusive Waka and Cultural Walking Tour, 2 Taranaki Street, Wellington Central, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand.
Horario de apertura
- Meses de funcionamiento:
- Todos los meses del año
Instalaciones y características
- Proximidad con el aeropuerto:
- 6.5 km to Wellington Airport
- Proximidad con el pueblo:
- In Wellington CBD
Precios y condiciones
- Restricción de edad:
- Más información sobre precios:
- Your safety and comfort is of the utmost importance and we have taken every care to ensure that our tours are safe. Any medical conditions that may affect your ability to participate in our tour activities should be advised to our Kaihautū (Captain). All our tour guides are qualified first aiders and a first aid kit is carried on board our waka, is onsite, and is taken on our walking tours. Talk to us if you require specific assistance