Te Toki Wayfinding
Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa covers 165 million km and is dotted with island countries, some so small that often they do not appear on world maps. At a time when the British, French, Dutch and Spanish explorers were seeking to conquer new lands, Pacific island peoples with unmatched celestial navigation and ocean voyaging skills had already sailed across the expanse of the South Pacific and explored and settled its many islands, including Aotearoa – the last country on earth to be settled.
Te Toki Wayfinding takes the art of Pacific navigation - the culmination of celestial navigation, knowledge of swells, currents and winds - and ocean voyaging and transposes it into a thinking framework. Using this framework, we have designed wayfinding programmes and workshops for business, strategic planning and mental resilience.