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3 Day Catlins, Dunedin & Milford Sound Tour

- Dedicated driver guide and South Island expert
- Enjoy a cruise at Milford Sound
- Take three days, or as long as you wish
- See native wildlife on the spectacular Catlins Coast
- Visit historic Dunedin

Active South Island 15 Day Tour

- Sea kayaking in Abel Tasman National Park
- Trekking in Paparoa National Park
- Cycle the Otago Rail Trail
- Adventure activities galore in Queenstown
- Hike the Routeburn Track

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Destination Wanaka: Overview. This lakeside town bears likeness to a smaller, quainter Queenstown. Still a hub for many adventure activities, Wanaka is a busy little town which lacks the bustle of its southern counterpart. Wanaka is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing small towns, thanks to a balanced combination of outstanding scenery and thriving businesses. It’s a light-hearted [&hellip


Destination Waikato: Overview. Picture perfect, rural New Zealand plays out before your eyes on a drive throughout NZ’s Waikato Region. Lush, green, rolling hills and majestic forests shape the landscape of this agricultural heart of the North Island.  The mighty Waikato River (NZ’s longest) meanders some 400 kilometres from Lake Taupo to the Tasman Sea [&hellip


Destination Ruapehu: Overview. Situated directly south of Lake Taupo, the Ruapehu region of New Zealand’s North Island begs to be explored on your own two feet (or perhaps, on two wheels). This is tramping country. A huge selection of day walks and multi-day treks explore the volcanic Tongariro National Park. If you’re visiting Ruapehu during [&hellip


Destination Wellington: Overview. Wellington may be the coolest capital city in the world. While the Beehive building in the city center houses New Zealand’s parliament, these days it’s Wellington’s vivacious music scene and funky cafes that truly define the city. And while Wellington is home to more culture than most places in NZ, it still [&hellip

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5 Reasons We’re Looking Forward to Winter on the South Island

With the clocks turning back on the weekend, the days in New Zealand are going to be getting shorter and colder. New Zealand’s summer (we didn’t seem to have one down in Queenstown) is now officially behind us, and in true Game of Thrones style – “Winter is Coming.” If you’re not careful, it’d be [&hellip

5 Best Drives on New Zealand’s South Island

New Zealand’s South Island is full of incredible and diverse landscapes with picture-perfect views around each and every corner . A trip to New Zealand is about getting out on the open road and taking in the scenery that will make your jaw drop. Whether that’s on a guided adventure bus tour, or on your [&hellip

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