Kia ora!

Proudly introducing your hosts, Mervyn and Rangimarie Harding.

We are indigneous people of Aotearoa New Zealand, born and bred in our tribal areas of Te Taitokerau Northland. (the top of New Zealand)

We absolutely love meeting and hosting guests from around the world and sharing our world, Te Ao Māori – The Māori world view.  Our culture is steeped in knowledge and tradition and we feel blessed and honoured to be able to share a personal insight into our life.

You may know us as the Māori, but we call ourselves tangata whenua – people of the land.  We are a very spiritual people and feel a very strong connection to everything within our environment.

At the heart of Tu Tika Tours & Transfers is whānau – family.

Our core values are based on manaakitanga – Holding our guests in the highest regard, with the utmost respect, humility and kindness,

Aotearoa showcases some of the most beautiful coastlines and landscapes in the world, wait till you meet the beautiful indigenous people that go with it.

Kia ora!  We are the Hardings of Tu Tika Tours & Transfers.

What does the Tu Tika name and emblem stand for?

Tu Tika literally means, Tu – to stand, and Tika – to be true, therefore, we stand true to everything we share with our guests, the good, the bad, and the ugly.  Sounds like an intriguing journey?  You will come to see and hear the stories of the Māori have more drama, romance and adventure than any day time soap could ever dream up.

Our emblem – The koru round snail shape in middle of emblem represents new growth in our family as we embark on our journey with our pakihi, Tu Tika Tours & transfers.  The seven waves on each side of the koru represent us and our five children riding the wave of this journey we call life.

Our Purpose

To provide our guests with a truly authentic connection to us and our home through whanaungatanga – building relationships through shared experiences.