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18 New Zealand Tours

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Explore Australia & New Zealand

Sydney, Queenstown Days 23
From
$ 9299

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Sydney, Queenstown Days 22
From
$ 8399

New Zealand Cycling – South Island

Christchurch, Queenstown Days 11
From
$ 5399

New Zealand Hiking & Kayaking – South Island

Christchurch, Mount Cook Days 11
From
$ 5299

New Zealand Hiking – Southern Alps

Peak Hill, Queenstown Days 10
From
$ 5199

New Zealand Women's Hiking – Southern Alps

Rakaia River, Queenstown Days 10
From
$ 5199

New Zealand Multisport

Auckland, Wellington Days 21
From
$ 4999

New Zealand Encompassed

Auckland, Wellington Days 24
From
$ 3799

Highlights of New Zealand

Auckland, Christchurch Days 15
From
$ 3399

New Zealand Journey

Auckland, Queenstown Days 11
From
$ 3399

New Zealand Journey

Auckland, Queenstown Days 12
From
$ 3199

New Zealand – South Island Multisport

Wellington, Wellington Days 15
From
$ 3099

Best of New Zealand

Auckland, Wellington Days 21
From
$ 2762 $ 3249 -15%

New Zealand–South Island Encompassed

Wellington, Wellington Days 16
From
$ 2399

New Zealand – North Island Multisport

Auckland, Wellington Days 8
From
$ 1899

New Zealand–North Island Encompassed

Auckland, Wellington Days 10
From
$ 1549

New Zealand–Best of the North Island

Auckland, Wellington Days 7
From
$ 899

New Zealand–The Bay of Islands

Auckland, Auckland Days 4
From
$ 549

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 23-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.
From $ 9299
Sydney, Queenstown Days 23 Download brochure View tour

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 22-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.
From $ 8399
Sydney, Queenstown Days 22 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand Cycling – South Island

Cycle from the Southern Alps to the ocean over 11 days of wild, dramatic backdrops. Quiet country roads, spectacular glaciers, rugged coastlines, rolling hills—it’s all here and within reach. New Zealand boasts an amazing variety of landscapes and equally amazing culture. This adventure offers the perfect opportunity to experience the country’s remarkable landscapes and laid-back lifestyle. Our cycle tour takes us from the Alps to the Pacific Ocean. We begin on a high note near Mt. Cook, New Zealand’s highest peak, and head to the historic port city of Oamaru on the best sections of the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle trail. Together, we move past the snow-capped peaks of the Southern Alps, turquoise glacier-fed lakes and lush pastures dotted with sheep. Pedal inland through rolling hills and vineyards on New Zealand's original "Great Ride", the Otago Central Rail Trail. As the name suggests, this ride—much like this trip—is too great to be missed.
From $ 5399
Christchurch, Queenstown Days 11 View tour

New Zealand Hiking & Kayaking – South Island

Spend 11 days hiking, kayaking and adventuring in this rugged South Pacific paradise. We begin by exploring the South Island’s west coast, dotted with flowing rivers, gorgeous rainforests and icy glaciers. Paddle by kayak among diverse and fascinating flora in Okarito Lagoon’s lush wetlands. Next is the formidable Franz Josef Glacier. To witness this majestic force of nature grind dramatically downhill to just above sea level is a highlight. We spend some time boating in the Milford Sound, a stunning fjord in a park of stunning fjords. The fjord is rated a top travel destination and considered to be the eighth Wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling. We kayak on Lake Wakatipu, and enjoy a free afternoon in Queenstown, known as the adventure capital of the world. Our last two nights are spent surrounded by mountains and native flora and fauna at a comfortable lodge within the Mount Cook village. Watch the stars of the Southern Hemisphere shine brightly on clear nights, completely undisturbed by competing lights.
From $ 5299
Christchurch, Mount Cook Days 11 View tour

New Zealand Hiking – Southern Alps

Snowcapped peaks, tumbling glaciers, turquoise lakes and golden hills form the backdrop to a 10-day hiking adventure in New Zealand. An enticing blend of adventure and culture, this challenging hiking exploration is an ideal way to experience New Zealand’s rugged Southern Alps. Our itinerary takes a page out of Sir Edmund Hilary’s book—these were the native Kiwi’s tramping grounds. We enjoy an especially superb panoramic viewpoint of Aoraki/Mount Cook and the valleys below on our hike to Sealy Tarns. Take an optional hike along a rocky ridge to Mount Ollivier, the first mountain Sir Edmund Hillary climbed. Our evenings are spent in quintessential Kiwi back country huts and small town lodging. Rex Simpson Hut is our home for two nights. It’s perched on an old glacial bench in the Two Thumbs Range with views over the turquoise glacier fed lake. From here, we hike to New Zealand’s adventure capital, Queenstown. Trek along historic gold mining water races to the unique Ben Lomond Lodge. We depart with a better sense of the rugged wilderness of the Southern Alps and an enduring desire to return.
From $ 5199
Peak Hill, Queenstown Days 10 View tour

New Zealand Women's Hiking – Southern Alps

Wander the larger-than-life landscapes of New Zealand’s Southern Alps on this 10-day wilderness hiking adventure. This trip begins in Christchurch, which blends English colonial influence with Kiwi personality. (In 1982, the city appointed an official wizard.) We head up the Rakaia River by jet boat and sample a variety of trails amongst the South Island’s peaks, plains and golden hills. We explore Mount Cook National Park, with a milky-blue glacial river galloping through it. Stroll a beachy stretch of the Minaret Burn Track. Follow tussock-clad ridgelines to the summit of Beuzenberg Peak, with a panoramic view of Aoraki/Mount Cook. Between hikes, we explore New Zealand’s landscape in other ways, like paddle boarding on Lake Wanaka and sharing a farm-to-table lunch at a woman-owned dairy. Nights are authentically Kiwi, too. We stay in backcountry huts and lodges, including iconic Rex Simpson Hut and historic Ben Lomond lodge near Moonlight Valley. Speaking of moonlight, we experience once-in-a-lifetime stargazing in the world’s largest Dark Sky Reserve. Encircled by mountain summits, beneath the Southern Cross and the Milky Way.
From $ 5199
Rakaia River, Queenstown Days 10 View tour

New Zealand Multisport

Travelling to New Zealand? Don't worry, you won't have to choose between the two islands. With all the activities you can choose from on each island, we'll make sure you make the most of the chance to lose your breath. Across three weeks you can hike, kayak, and cycle across this diverse land. There's also time for boat cruises and local culture, just to be sure you don't miss out on anything.
From $ 4999
Auckland, Wellington Days 21 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand Encompassed

It dosen’t look so big on the map, but New Zealand is positively massive once you’re there in person. This comprehensive 24-day trip – our longest in this part of the world – delivers the most immersive NZ experience possible. Get close to the land by exploring glaciers, national parks, a sustainable farm, and meet the water up-close on expert-led kayak excursions and during surf lessons. Best of all, you’ll get to explore the magnificent Bay of Islands, home to some of the world’s top fishing. 24 days? You’ll wish it was longer.
From $ 3799
Auckland, Wellington Days 24 Download brochure View tour

Highlights of New Zealand

Two weeks is barely enough time to thoroughly explore your hometown, let alone a place as fascinating as New Zealand. For adventurers on a tight time-budget, this 15-day trip wraps up the must-sees of both islands with a nice little bow. Check out the Coromandel Peninsula's gorgeous beaches, hang with the Maori in a traditional village, and get your adrenaline fix in Queenstown. Consider this your New Zealand starter kit.
From $ 3399
Auckland, Christchurch Days 15 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand Journey

Spend 11 days exploring the North and South Islands of this small country packed with wonders. Travelling by train, gondola, boat, and plane, connect with locals in artsy beach towns, walk through an ancient rain forest, and learn about local legends and cuisine from the Maori. Take a deep breath to fill your lungs with the impossibly clean air here – and fill your soul with the legendary Kiwi spirit.
From $ 3399
Auckland, Queenstown Days 11 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand Journey

Spend 12 days exploring the North and South Islands of this small country packed with wonders. Travelling by train, gondola, boat, and plane, sample local wine, walk through an ancient rainforest, and learn about local legends and cuisine from the Maori. Take a deep breath to fill your lungs with the impossibly clean air here — and fill your soul with the legendary Kiwi spirit.
From $ 3199
Auckland, Queenstown Days 12 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand – South Island Multisport

New Zealand is the perfect place for adrenaline and activity, and there's nowhere in the country more suited to that than the South Island. On this two week trip, cover the ground (or water) by sea kayak, boat, bike, and on foot. Explore Abel Tasman National Park, cruise along the waters of Milford Sound, and take two-wheels through the Rail Trail in Central Otago. If you're not out of breath just from reading all that, then it's time to start packing.
From $ 3099
Wellington, Wellington Days 15 Download brochure View tour

Best of New Zealand

Compared with their enormous neighbour to the left, the islands of New Zealand don’t look especially big on the map, but don’t let their small stature deceive you. There is much to do here, be it biking to old gold mining sites, cruising remote fjords, or taking in some of the world's most breathtaking views. But if you’re short on travel dollars, fear not; this trip squeezes in the very best of both the North and South Islands into an affordable, action-packed 21-day itinerary that moves swiftly without ever seeming rushed.
From $ 2762 $ 3249 -15%
Auckland, Wellington Days 21 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand–South Island Encompassed

Looking to tackle a bundle of different environments all in one go? New Zealand’s South Island has what you need and then some. Action is the common thread throughout this trip that incorporates hiking, cycling, and even bungee jumping across a variety of landscapes, including rainforests, glaciers, and some of the most gorgeous coastline you’ll ever see. This trip is exciting even when you’re not moving; accommodations include a seasonal floating boat hostel and a wilderness hostel deep in the rainforest itself. Unique? You bet.
From $ 2399
Wellington, Wellington Days 16 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand – North Island Multisport

The North Island of New Zealand is blessed with spectacular scenery, ranging from bubbling thermal pools to fast flowing rivers. The best way to see all of this? Get up close and personal. This itinerary includes biking through Karangahake Gorge and hiking the Tongariro Crossing – one of the world's most famous one-day hikes – before jet boats and kayaks provide the transport along the Whanganui River. Mix in some bubbling mud and a traditional hangi dinner, and this is the perfect active introduction to New Zealand.
From $ 1899
Auckland, Wellington Days 8 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand–North Island Encompassed

New Zealand’s North Island thoroughly engages the body and the spirit, often at the same time. This ten-day trip promises loads of both. Up here, you’ll pick up some sustainable living tips on a conservation farm and learn Maori culture straight from the source. Elsewhere, you’ll sea kayak in a secluded harbour, get a surfing lesson from an expert, and overnight on a houseboat. There’s much more, but we’ve gotta leave some surprises, right?
From $ 1549
Auckland, Wellington Days 10 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand–Best of the North Island

Admittedly, we haven’t checked the numbers too closely, but we’re confident that New Zealand ranks among the world’s leading producers of excitement. This quick trip across the North Island jams as many thrills as permissible by law into seven electrifying, activity-packed days. Sea kayak, learn to surf New Zealand's world-famous waves, experience Maori culture directly from the Maori themselves, and much more, all in a breezy week that always feels full and never hurried.
From $ 899
Auckland, Wellington Days 7 Download brochure View tour

New Zealand–The Bay of Islands

Nature lovers who leave the North Island without stopping off at the Bay of Islands will kick themselves all the way back home (and that’s a looong flight). This four-day trip to this outdoorsman’s paradise features ample time hiking the nature trails and makes the most of all that water with plenty of opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, and sailing. Not enough? A night aboard a houseboat should do the trick. We take care of all the fuss. All you have to do is have the time of your life.
From $ 549
Auckland, Auckland Days 4 Download brochure View tour

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 23-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 22-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.

New Zealand Cycling – South Island

Cycle from the Southern Alps to the ocean over 11 days of wild, dramatic backdrops. Quiet country roads, spectacular glaciers, rugged coastlines, rolling hills—it’s all here and within reach. New Zealand boasts an amazing variety of landscapes and equally amazing culture. This adventure offers the perfect opportunity to experience the country’s remarkable landscapes and laid-back lifestyle. Our cycle tour takes us from the Alps to the Pacific Ocean. We begin on a high note near Mt. Cook, New Zealand’s highest peak, and head to the historic port city of Oamaru on the best sections of the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle trail. Together, we move past the snow-capped peaks of the Southern Alps, turquoise glacier-fed lakes and lush pastures dotted with sheep. Pedal inland through rolling hills and vineyards on New Zealand's original "Great Ride", the Otago Central Rail Trail. As the name suggests, this ride—much like this trip—is too great to be missed.
From $ 5399

New Zealand Hiking & Kayaking – South Island

Spend 11 days hiking, kayaking and adventuring in this rugged South Pacific paradise. We begin by exploring the South Island’s west coast, dotted with flowing rivers, gorgeous rainforests and icy glaciers. Paddle by kayak among diverse and fascinating flora in Okarito Lagoon’s lush wetlands. Next is the formidable Franz Josef Glacier. To witness this majestic force of nature grind dramatically downhill to just above sea level is a highlight. We spend some time boating in the Milford Sound, a stunning fjord in a park of stunning fjords. The fjord is rated a top travel destination and considered to be the eighth Wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling. We kayak on Lake Wakatipu, and enjoy a free afternoon in Queenstown, known as the adventure capital of the world. Our last two nights are spent surrounded by mountains and native flora and fauna at a comfortable lodge within the Mount Cook village. Watch the stars of the Southern Hemisphere shine brightly on clear nights, completely undisturbed by competing lights.
From $ 5299

New Zealand Hiking – Southern Alps

Snowcapped peaks, tumbling glaciers, turquoise lakes and golden hills form the backdrop to a 10-day hiking adventure in New Zealand. An enticing blend of adventure and culture, this challenging hiking exploration is an ideal way to experience New Zealand’s rugged Southern Alps. Our itinerary takes a page out of Sir Edmund Hilary’s book—these were the native Kiwi’s tramping grounds. We enjoy an especially superb panoramic viewpoint of Aoraki/Mount Cook and the valleys below on our hike to Sealy Tarns. Take an optional hike along a rocky ridge to Mount Ollivier, the first mountain Sir Edmund Hillary climbed. Our evenings are spent in quintessential Kiwi back country huts and small town lodging. Rex Simpson Hut is our home for two nights. It’s perched on an old glacial bench in the Two Thumbs Range with views over the turquoise glacier fed lake. From here, we hike to New Zealand’s adventure capital, Queenstown. Trek along historic gold mining water races to the unique Ben Lomond Lodge. We depart with a better sense of the rugged wilderness of the Southern Alps and an enduring desire to return.
From $ 5199

New Zealand Women's Hiking – Southern Alps

Wander the larger-than-life landscapes of New Zealand’s Southern Alps on this 10-day wilderness hiking adventure. This trip begins in Christchurch, which blends English colonial influence with Kiwi personality. (In 1982, the city appointed an official wizard.) We head up the Rakaia River by jet boat and sample a variety of trails amongst the South Island’s peaks, plains and golden hills. We explore Mount Cook National Park, with a milky-blue glacial river galloping through it. Stroll a beachy stretch of the Minaret Burn Track. Follow tussock-clad ridgelines to the summit of Beuzenberg Peak, with a panoramic view of Aoraki/Mount Cook. Between hikes, we explore New Zealand’s landscape in other ways, like paddle boarding on Lake Wanaka and sharing a farm-to-table lunch at a woman-owned dairy. Nights are authentically Kiwi, too. We stay in backcountry huts and lodges, including iconic Rex Simpson Hut and historic Ben Lomond lodge near Moonlight Valley. Speaking of moonlight, we experience once-in-a-lifetime stargazing in the world’s largest Dark Sky Reserve. Encircled by mountain summits, beneath the Southern Cross and the Milky Way.
From $ 5199

New Zealand Multisport

Travelling to New Zealand? Don't worry, you won't have to choose between the two islands. With all the activities you can choose from on each island, we'll make sure you make the most of the chance to lose your breath. Across three weeks you can hike, kayak, and cycle across this diverse land. There's also time for boat cruises and local culture, just to be sure you don't miss out on anything.

New Zealand Encompassed

It dosen’t look so big on the map, but New Zealand is positively massive once you’re there in person. This comprehensive 24-day trip – our longest in this part of the world – delivers the most immersive NZ experience possible. Get close to the land by exploring glaciers, national parks, a sustainable farm, and meet the water up-close on expert-led kayak excursions and during surf lessons. Best of all, you’ll get to explore the magnificent Bay of Islands, home to some of the world’s top fishing. 24 days? You’ll wish it was longer.

Highlights of New Zealand

Two weeks is barely enough time to thoroughly explore your hometown, let alone a place as fascinating as New Zealand. For adventurers on a tight time-budget, this 15-day trip wraps up the must-sees of both islands with a nice little bow. Check out the Coromandel Peninsula's gorgeous beaches, hang with the Maori in a traditional village, and get your adrenaline fix in Queenstown. Consider this your New Zealand starter kit.

New Zealand Journey

Spend 11 days exploring the North and South Islands of this small country packed with wonders. Travelling by train, gondola, boat, and plane, connect with locals in artsy beach towns, walk through an ancient rain forest, and learn about local legends and cuisine from the Maori. Take a deep breath to fill your lungs with the impossibly clean air here – and fill your soul with the legendary Kiwi spirit.

New Zealand Journey

Spend 12 days exploring the North and South Islands of this small country packed with wonders. Travelling by train, gondola, boat, and plane, sample local wine, walk through an ancient rainforest, and learn about local legends and cuisine from the Maori. Take a deep breath to fill your lungs with the impossibly clean air here — and fill your soul with the legendary Kiwi spirit.

New Zealand – South Island Multisport

New Zealand is the perfect place for adrenaline and activity, and there's nowhere in the country more suited to that than the South Island. On this two week trip, cover the ground (or water) by sea kayak, boat, bike, and on foot. Explore Abel Tasman National Park, cruise along the waters of Milford Sound, and take two-wheels through the Rail Trail in Central Otago. If you're not out of breath just from reading all that, then it's time to start packing.

Best of New Zealand

Compared with their enormous neighbour to the left, the islands of New Zealand don’t look especially big on the map, but don’t let their small stature deceive you. There is much to do here, be it biking to old gold mining sites, cruising remote fjords, or taking in some of the world's most breathtaking views. But if you’re short on travel dollars, fear not; this trip squeezes in the very best of both the North and South Islands into an affordable, action-packed 21-day itinerary that moves swiftly without ever seeming rushed.
From $ 2762 $ 3249 -15%

New Zealand–South Island Encompassed

Looking to tackle a bundle of different environments all in one go? New Zealand’s South Island has what you need and then some. Action is the common thread throughout this trip that incorporates hiking, cycling, and even bungee jumping across a variety of landscapes, including rainforests, glaciers, and some of the most gorgeous coastline you’ll ever see. This trip is exciting even when you’re not moving; accommodations include a seasonal floating boat hostel and a wilderness hostel deep in the rainforest itself. Unique? You bet.

New Zealand – North Island Multisport

The North Island of New Zealand is blessed with spectacular scenery, ranging from bubbling thermal pools to fast flowing rivers. The best way to see all of this? Get up close and personal. This itinerary includes biking through Karangahake Gorge and hiking the Tongariro Crossing – one of the world's most famous one-day hikes – before jet boats and kayaks provide the transport along the Whanganui River. Mix in some bubbling mud and a traditional hangi dinner, and this is the perfect active introduction to New Zealand.

New Zealand–North Island Encompassed

New Zealand’s North Island thoroughly engages the body and the spirit, often at the same time. This ten-day trip promises loads of both. Up here, you’ll pick up some sustainable living tips on a conservation farm and learn Maori culture straight from the source. Elsewhere, you’ll sea kayak in a secluded harbour, get a surfing lesson from an expert, and overnight on a houseboat. There’s much more, but we’ve gotta leave some surprises, right?

New Zealand–Best of the North Island

Admittedly, we haven’t checked the numbers too closely, but we’re confident that New Zealand ranks among the world’s leading producers of excitement. This quick trip across the North Island jams as many thrills as permissible by law into seven electrifying, activity-packed days. Sea kayak, learn to surf New Zealand's world-famous waves, experience Maori culture directly from the Maori themselves, and much more, all in a breezy week that always feels full and never hurried.

New Zealand–The Bay of Islands

Nature lovers who leave the North Island without stopping off at the Bay of Islands will kick themselves all the way back home (and that’s a looong flight). This four-day trip to this outdoorsman’s paradise features ample time hiking the nature trails and makes the most of all that water with plenty of opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, and sailing. Not enough? A night aboard a houseboat should do the trick. We take care of all the fuss. All you have to do is have the time of your life.

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