Culture : Tours and Activities
- Guide to New Zealand Archaeological Sites for the Cultural Tourist - Archaeological sites you can visit in New Zealand: Maori, industrial, mining and more. The sites are rated, there are instructions for getting to them and other attractions in their vicinity and region listed.
- Aotearoa.co.nz - Aotearoa.co.nz promotes and sells New Zealand and Pacific arts, crafts, gifts, jewellery: Maori design bone carvings, greenstone (pounamu,jade) carvings, Pacific pearl shell carvings, wood carvings, zinc carvings, wooden bowls, glass art, sterling silver jewelry, paua jewelry, tapa cloth, tuatara, ceramics, Maori flax kete and Maori design bandannas.
- Nga Hau E Wha National Marae - The Nga Hau E Wha National Marae in Christchurch is New Zealand's largest urban Marae. Opened in 1990, Nga Hau E Wha National Marae is the 'Marae of the four winds' where people from all points of the compass and cultures meet.
- The Bone Studio and Gallery - Offers bone, jade, stone, ebony, sculpture, gemstone and Maori carving in a unique craft Gallery with bone carving classes in the Studio.
- Maori Tours Kaikoura - An intimate and personal Maori tour with the local Kaikoura Maori people. You will receive the warmest welcome and a enjoy refreshing perspective when you join us for a half day of learning and laughter. Full of the spirit of age old knowledge yet entirely of today.
- Creative Tourism - Experience New Zealand Culture through our creative workshops. Our website gives you detailed information of 25 workshops mainly in the Nelson and Christchurch regions. They are listed under: maori culture, art, taste and nature. The choice is vast. Explore!
- Off the Beaten Treks n Cruises (NZ) - Travel the Great heritage trail, to Historical Kawhia harbour, spiritual home of Tainui. Enjoy a 'History n Hangi' cruise, on the vintage vessel Lady Kawhia. Take a tour up the mighty mokau river. Horsetrek Aotea, the most tranquil harbour in NZ.
- maori.org.nz - Information and links on Maori culture, history, traditions, iwi, kapa haka, performing arts, carving, tattooing and a extensive directory of Marae's throughout Aotearoa.
- How to carve a bone - Basic tutorial on bone carving.
- Bay Carvings - Carving Unlimited' offers bone, jade, stone, ebony, sculpture, gemstone and Maori carving in a unique craft Gallery with bone carving classes in the Studio.
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