There are many Maori cultural villages in the Rotorua area. Through numerous Maori-style buildings and sculptures, as well as geothermal fountains that can be seen everywhere, visitors are shown the long history and culture of the Maori people and the unique geothermal landscape of Rotorua. Oshinemtu, located on the shore of Lake Rotorua, is one of them. Walking into the archway of the Maori Cultural Village, the quiet lake is slapped against the shore, and the wreckage of the old canoe is leaning against the grass; the stable shape of gold characters, the eye-catching red and green frame + yellow wall of Maori style buildings are row upon row, and red wood carvings It is decorated in the meantime; the scattered large and small fountains are steaming hot steam, exuding a unique taste of sulfur ~ wonderful exotic style, which makes people forget to return.
Osinaimtu Maori Cultural Village is also a Maori cultural village with many characteristics. Here you can enjoy many wood carvings full of Maori cultural characteristics. It is very wild and full of primitive beauty. In addition, the thatched houses here are also It has the characteristics of Maori culture and is worth visiting.
Very interesting place, a good trip to nature, folklore and animals, but unfortunately Kiwi didn’t hide in the den, and the Maori performance was also very fun! There is also sulphurous geothermal heat, which is good!
Women are the main body of Maori cultural society, just like matrilineal society!
The small lake is set against the green trees by the lake. It seems that the whole lake area is lush and green, and it feels so unreal like a painting. In the small village, Maori children and Caucasian children are swinging together. It’s very harmonious.