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A Unique Maori Culture Experience & Tour in Whangarei, New Zealand

Kia ora! Hello! We are the Harding family.

Looking for a genuine connection with a local Maori family? Well you have come to the right place.

We welcome you to step off the tourist trail and come join us for a personal and meaningful life-time experience. A one-of-a-kind experience. The type of experience that captivates you right from the start. It pulls at your heart strings and takes you to places you never imagined you would be. You will find out that this is no ordinary cultural experience.

To truly connect with this land, you need to immerse yourself with the indigenous people. Come and embrace the warmth of true Maori culture through our family. Connecting with us, connects you to our people, our culture, our land, our history and our delicious food.

A very personal and unique maori culture experience & Tour in Whangarei, Northland. Above all, you’ll be sure to create friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.

Highly recommended on Trip Advisor
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***** “The moment we met this engaging couple, it felt like we were being greeted by family.  From the welcoming ceremony to the explanations of Maori culture, we felt more and more connected to New Zealand and it’s native culture.  For the rest of our weeks here in NZ we found connections to our time with them.  It truly enhanced our whole vacation.  We would highly recommend taking this tour. To our Maori whanau, KIA ORA!”

Ragan1234 United States, reviewed on trip advisor 1 April 2019

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We provide a truly authentic connection to our whanau and home by promoting ‘whakawhanaungatanga’ building lasting relationships through shared experiences.

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