A little on the expensive side in my opinion. The night starts with trying to get a carpark- arrive at least 15-20mins early to make sure you get a spot especially if its raining, we were driving a medium sized campervan and luckily got the last 'campervan sized' park (in front of the shed garage door, bit of an awkward spot to park).
The walk outside was nice, it was raining- bring a rain jacket. We were shown the hangi food being cooks- that was cool to see then went for a walk in the rainforest scenery down to a lake where we were shown the traditional boat and men rowing- that was cool!
The performances- try get a front row seat, lots of details to see and experience the show up close, very cool.
We then went back into the dining room to have buffet dinner, well organised by table. A little bland tasting for my liking but they did explain that the flavors were based on how the ancestors would have flavored their foods- don't count on amazing food, its fine as part of the experience but I don't think ill be craving it any time soon- plenty of food for everyone, highlight was dessert (pavlova/ chocolate roll). The tables were made up of random 10 people, no one else spoke English on our table so wasn't very fun in terms of meeting new people.
After dinner we went for another walk, this time in the dark to see glow worms and a set up of how the village would have been back in the day- great way to finish before having to deal with the carpark situation and getting out.
Wouldn't do it again, but glad be did it once.