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Rewa's Village

Opposite the Visitor Centre, Kerikeri, New Zealand
+64 9-402 7345
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USD 187.77*
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Private Tour: Full-Day Bay of Islands Tour
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Opposite the Visitor Centre, Kerikeri, New Zealand
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+64 9-402 7345
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Reviewed 10 June 2017 via mobile

I take overseas visitors here and generally they find the site interesting. You a guide to understand the buildings. The museum part that the entrance is great. Plus the medical plants section but again need a guide.

Thank getdihere
Reviewed 11 April 2017

we walked around and it was pleasant enough and interesting but some of the outside attractions were looking a bit shabby and needed a bit of freshening up. It was quite dear for what it was and interesting from a botanical perspective however once would...More

Thank Catherine H
Reviewed 5 April 2017

A great place to stop for a bit of culture. An insight into Mauri culture and a historical lesson. Allow 30 minutes as it is small and for anyone unsteady on their feet be careful as it's a little uneven.

Thank HVB2689
Reviewed 31 March 2017

First thing was no disabled access. I was told by a local how to get there the back way - passing a gate that said "disabled entrance" and was padlocked shut. So, had to manage more steps than I wanted to. The woman at the...More

Thank dbleeds
Reviewed 21 March 2017 via mobile

Good to spend one hour there to get a feeling for an original village.Quiet small and friendly staff.

Thank DiCo2511
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Promised so much, delivered so little. If I was a New Zealander I would be embarrassed. The village needs to be repaired, the native plants need some love and attention. It is unfortunate as the location and surrounding historical buildings and Pa are quite good.

Thank Colin582
Reviewed 16 February 2017

Disappointed. $10 per adult entry fee. Replica huts were tired and some falling apart. Definitely needs an upgrade. Garden was overgrown which made some smaller items difficult to see. Wouldn't recommed paying the money. Took only 10 minutes to view.

Thank kymnye2014
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

The journey is covers the basics of the traditional Maori village which as a kiwi I still found interesting. My nephews loved the walks. Reasonable price and I believe original location?

Thank Melinda C
Reviewed 12 January 2017

A great place to visit and to see how the 'locals' lived in the early settler's day, a good comparison to the European settlement on the opposite bank of the river, the Mission House and the Stone House. I would recommend a decent pair of...More

Thank Robert J
Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

Have been previously- was great then but today was a waste of $! It's run down & unkempt! Huge disappointment & quite simply wouldn't recommend this at all! Doesn't look anything like it's pictures now! Photo in pink shirt - last visit - whare looks...More

Thank Glenn B
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