The adventure capital of the world, culture, arts, degustation, Lord of the Rings - New Zealand has at all! No matter what your vice, we'll put together a customised package that offers the activities you want and more.
Bring the Lord of the Rings and Hobbiton to life with this 10 day self-drive tour of the key filming locations in the North Island
Stewart Island is perfect for a day excursion or an extended stay. Experience Foveaux Strait in comfort and style on board an express catamaran.
During the one-hour crossing between Bluff and Stewart Island friendly staff provide informative commentary and point out highlights.
Includes complimentary tea & coffee.
Car storage is available at the Bluff Wharf Visitor Terminal. Coach transfers available from Invercargill (optional extra).
Departs Bluff: 9.30am every day in Summer. Tues/Weds/Sat in Winter.
Departs Stewart Island: 8am & 3.30pm - All Year; 5pm (20 Mar - 30 Apr); 6.30pm (Oct - 19 Mar)
Recognised as the premier Aoraki Mount Cook flight-seeing experience, this magnificent flight encompasses 10 major glaciers including Tasman, Franz Josef and Fox Glacier, two World Heritage National Parks and 200km of New Zealand's most breathtaking scenery.
Departs regularly from Lake Tekapo and Franz Josef. Flight time approx 50 mins.
A magical journey through native forest traversing a network of ziplines, walking trails, swingbridges and tree top platforms at heights of up to 22 metres above the forest floor!
The Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track, situated in the South West corner of the South Island is part of Fiordland National Park, dominating the landsceape from Lake Hauroko to Te Waewae Bay.
The Tongariro Crossing is a spectacular trek across New Zealand's Tongariro National Park World Heritage Area, starting from Mangatepopo and ending at Ketetahi. It has been described as one of New Zealand's best one-day treks.
This 71 km 4 day/3 night walk requires a moderate level of fitness. Highlights include panoramic coastal views, lush native forest, ECO tour and dolphin watching and resort accommodation.
Fiordland National Park is perfect for the independent spirit who has a reasonable level of fitness and is prepared to carry all their own provisions and utilise Department of Conservation huts.
This full day walk starts from Queenstown with a scenic drive over the Crown Range (or pick up from Wanaka) and into the Matukituki Valley west of Lake Wanaka in the Mount Aspiring National Park.
Explore remote lake and valley systems whilst enjoying the vistas of Aoraki Mt Cook and Mt Aspiring. A sense of isolation and wilderness is a strong feature of this trip!
Experience the close encounters of the 'wildlife kind' at Willowbank. Meet the Kea and the Kiwi and the ancient Tuatara, the Kaka and the rare Takahe.
New Zealand’s most awarded cultural experience! Experience an evening of ceremonial ritual, amazing re-enactment, powerful cultural performance, storytelling and hangi feasting as we relive significant events within our pre-European history.
After the Gondola ride to Bob's Peak over looking Queenstown you will be taken on a spiritual journey of Maori culture and customs as told through traditional song and dance, set in an intimate theatre surrounded by traditional decorations & mythical carved legends of the Wakatipu and surrounding areas.
Experience Auckland in a small group tour. You will discover a landscape rich with Maori myths and legends and steeped in the history, both ancient and modern, of the tangata whenua (the people of the land).
Enjoy superb underwater viewing of the diverse marine life for which Stewart Island is renowned. Drift through lush kelp forests, view cray pots, mussels, sea tulips and a variety of fish species.
A must do while in the Wanaka region!ake control of the plane under guidance of an experienced instructor and enjoy a wonderful scenic flight over Lake Wanaka, with Mt Aspiring and glaciers in the background.
Modelled from Mississippi river boats and the charm of yesteryear, the Lakeland Queen is undeniably the most romantic way to experience the stunning 360 degree vistas of beautiful Lake Rotorua.
A stylish, relaxing ride through the dramatic changing landscapes of Dunedin city, surroundings and the Taieri Gorge. The train departs and returns from the town centre at Dunedin's historic Edwardian Railway Station (built 1904-07).
See seals basking in the sun, shags and gannets diving for fish, and a working salmon farm. Share in the fun of delivering passengers and freight to the Sound's resorts, holiday homes and permanent residences as you cruise throughout the Queen Charlotte Sound.
Travel into areas rarely seen by visitors or locals. After cruising across Lake Wakatipu you will board a 4WD vehicle to journey deep into the heart of New Zealand's high country. At Mt Nicolas High Country Sheep Station learn about merino sheep whose wool is provided to Ice Breaker clothig company.
A traditional gaff-rigged schooner with lots of history behind her. Sit back and relax and let the full time crew command the ship, or you can be hands on and take the Helm, set the sails up or climb the rigging.
Designed to surprise, this spectacular scenic helicopter flight maintains a relaxed and leisurely pace whilst exposing a dramatic panorama of Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown township.
Join the 3-time Tourism Award winning company to experience unrivalled viewing of the diversity of wildlife around New Zealand's most picturesque harbour and peninsula.
Described by Rudyard Kipling as "the eighth wonder of the world", Milford Sound is surrounded by soaring forest-clad cliffs, and of course Mitre Peak, one of New Zealand's most recognised icons.
Designed along the lines of a traditional trading scow, this is an ideal way to explore moody, dramatic Milford Sound in a more leisurely and casual manner with smaller groups of like-minded people.
Fly over the Southern Alps, viewing Lake Quill, the source of the Sutherland Falls, and weather permitting land 'on top of the world' to stand among the ancient ice flows of the Fiordland Glaciers.
Departing from Te Anau, this full day trip has it all - coach, cruise & walk about. Utilising small coaches, this excursion to Milford Sound is unique with two potential experiences to choose from.
Enjoy the best of Marlborough with the Marlborough Icons Tour. Indulge in marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, the Marlborough Sounds and fresh local seafood with this full day Tour.
Join a unique kayak adventure just minutes from Franz Josef Glacier. Set ourt across Lake Mapourika's mysterious black waters to enjoy mirror-like reflections of the Southern Alps & glaciers.
Take a drive in comfort by 4WD to Cape Kidnappers Station through the rolling pastures and traverse riverbeds, taking in the breathtaking views of native bush. We stop along the way to a cliff top to take in the panoramic vies of Hawkes Bay before veiwing a Gannet Colony.
Enjoy a cruise through sheltered waters past the islands of the Bay. Watch out for dolphins, whales and other marine life as you head towards the famous 'Hole in the Rock'.
The Wilderness and Funyaks Safaris take you through breathtaking scenery in a world heritage area. Enjoy wildness jet-boating and a back-country 4WD safari ride, or a gentle float on your own funyak down the glacier fed Dart River’s braided river system.
A scenic cruise takes you along the spectacular Abel Tasman coast to disembark at Medlands Beach. From there a 10 minute stroll will take you to popular Bark Bay where you can swim in the calm azure waters, sunbathe or relax in the shade of native forest trees.