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Exciting Facebook competition for Rotorua

Mitai Maori Village, Raftabout and Arista of Rotorua are joining forces to give you the chance to win an exciting Rotorua package worth $1200.

Mitai Maori Village are giving away a family pass to their Hangi and Concert show as part of not-to-be missed Facebook competition.

Situated a 5 minute drive from the centre of downtown Rotorua Mitai offer you a one of a kind cultural experience “Mitai Maori Village provides you an authentic introduction to the Maori culture leaving you amazed and in awe,” says Tania Charteris, Mitai Maori Village Sales and Marketing Manager

Mitai is home to the sacred Fairy Spring which releases over twenty four million litres of pure spring water every day. “Witness warriors in traditional attire paddling in an ancient warrior canoe, view glow worms in their natural habitat and marvel at the sacred freshwater spring,” says Tania.

As part of the prize package you get a traditionally cooked hangi meal, lifted from the ground.

Mitai Maori Village will take you back in time when the ancient Maori customs and traditions were part of everyday life. Be captivated by the displays of weaponry and combat, coupled with the grace and beauty of the poi dance. You’ll learn about Rotorua’s past, carvings and ta moko.

“Visit our sacred and spiritual place that offers an indigenous cultural experience like no other,”says Tania


Also as part of the Facebook competition, Arista Motor Lodge are giving away two nights’ luxury accommodation in a spacious family studio in the Facebook competition while Raftabout are giving away an exciting ‘Kaituna Rafting trip’ for four people as part of the amazing prize.

To WIN an Amazing Rotorua weekend escape for four people from Mitai Maori Village, simply like these three facebook pages;www.facebook.com/AristaOfRotorua, www.facebook.com/RaftaboutNZ, www.facebook.com/mitaimaorivillage and then enter your details here: https://www.facebook.com/AristaOfRotorua/app_198028816891495

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