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The Hongi (press noses) is the traditional Maori greeting and is a sign of peace, life and well being and represents a connection between people and the Tangata Whenua (people of the land). The Hongi is a gentle pressing of noses which creates a connection and the "Ha"- the breath of life, between two people. WanaHaka embraces this Maori custom because we want you to experience the authenticity of Maori culture in New Zealand.
The Haka is a traditional Maori dance. Maori haka are performed for various reasons, such as celebrating an achievement, welcoming distinguished guests, or as a pre-battle challenge. Contrary to popular belief, a haka is not always a war dance, and may be performed by both men and women.
Māori Pōwhiri / Welcome, 103 Ardmore Street, Wanaka town, Wanaka, New Zealand.
Horario de apertura
- Meses de funcionamiento:
- Todos los meses del año
Instalaciones y características
- Proximidad con el pueblo:
- 2km to town
Precios y condiciones
(10 años o menos)
- Más información sobre precios:
- There are minimum number restrictions of 4 for the cultural performance.