A hangi is a traditional Maori way of cooking food, done in a pit using heated stones with water or leafy vegetation thrown on top to produce steam. Wire baskets of food wrapped in foil and muslin are then put on top of the hot stones. The baskets are covered with wet sheets and then wet sacks. All this is then covered over with soil. The water in the sheets and sacks is turned into steam by the hot stones; with the steam trapped under the sacks and soil, the food begins to cook.
- Any drinks, these are at your cost
- The hangi meal is served at the Te Puia cafe, tables will be reserved for you at the set time.
- You must advise us of any special dietary needs and we will confirm if this option is suitable for you.
Experience Schedule Options
|start time||end time|
|12 mid day serving||12:00||13:00|
Activity Ticket Charges
|Adult price||NZ $17.00|