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.
White Island is New Zealand's only live marine volcano! The professional crew at White Island Tours will take you on a fully guided walking tour (approx 1.5 - 2 hours) around the inner crater of White Island.
Regarded by many as this country's finest one day rainforest walk, our naturalist guides will take you right into the heart of the rainforest where the towering 700 - 800 year old Rimu, Totara, Matai, Miro and Kahikatea - the ancient giants of New Zealand's podocarp tree species reach to 65m.
Learn about the breeding and incubation programme of the world's rarest Kiwi with just over 375 surviving. The "Backstage Pass" has been judged by Lonely Planet as one of the top 12 must see activities in New Zealand.
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.
Spend an enjoyable day at the world renowned island sanctuary of Tiritiri Matangi. This precious jewel set in the Hauraki Gulf is home to many of New Zealand's most endangered plant and bird species.
This full day adventure combines 4-9 kms (optional - easy to moderate) total wilderness walking through ancient beech forest in the Mt Aspiring National Park with the Dart River Jet Safari.
See ice caves mountains, glacial lakes and sweep into ancient river valleys while enjoying an informative commentary with your pilot before hiking on a wilderness track through native rainforest running alongside the fish filled pools of the Wilkin River.
Situated just 25 minutes north of Taupo and 45 minutes south of Rotorua, Orakei Korako is a pocket wonderland of geysers, silica terraces, hot springs, boiling mud pools and the majestic Ruatapu Caves.
Located on the tip of the Otago Peninsula 33 km (45 min drive) from Dunedin, the Centre is the only mainland breeding colony of Northern Royal Albatross in the world. See birds nesting and be awed by their 3m wingspan when they fly overhead.
Stroll through a wildlife park where you can get close to our native bird, the Kiwi. The Kiwi Encounter is a hatchery and nursery were chicks are raised and nurtered before being released back into the wild. You might like to return at night to see the Kiwi under the stars.
Reflecting the regions natural diversity this full day guided trip takes in the amazing geothermal activity of the Waimangu Volcanic Valley and the magnificence of the Whirinaki Rainforest.
This Island was the home of the living Dinosaur, the Tuatara. Moutohora (also know as Whale Island) has a number of wildlife bird species such as the Saddleback, Kakariki (NZ Parakeet) and the Little Brown Kiwi.
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.
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.
Watch NZ Fur Seals, dive and manoeuver around and under your kayak, and Dusky Dolphins, Blue Penguins and Albatross in their natural habitats all while soaking up the fresh air and sun.
See New Zealand's largest boiling mud lake, colours of every tint and hue dsplayed in hot pools, steaming lakes, craters, vents, and mineral terraces at Waiotapu Thermal Wonderland.
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.
An introduction to the spectacular southern night sky with expert astronomy guides. Using the naked eye, high powered binoculars and state-of-the-art telescopes, tour the Milky Way and beyond.