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Come on a tour which not only showcases New Zealand’s largest city but also takes you from one coastline to the other, all in one day. You get to see iconic and historical city sights, as well as black sandy beaches on our Wild West coast and beautiful white sandy beaches on our east coast.
A brief overview as we take you on a tour passing through Iconic sites that are an integral part of Auckland’s history. Includes Auckland
Waterfront, Bastion Point Memorial, and Mission Bay. Head across the Auckland city Harbour Bridge to Devonport Village, one of Auckland’s earliest settlements.
Departing Auckland City taking Motorway south we travel through Market Gardening area of Bombay, down to the plains of Te Kawhata, another wine growing region. Following the Waikato River, turning off main highway to enter the Waikato Valley, home to 1.8 million dairy cows, the most productive industry in the country.
The Ultimate Small Group Scenic Shore Excursion Full Day Tour. Depart the beautiful tranquil harbour of Akaroa to explore the historic French and British settlement village of the same name, with its colonial architecture, galleries, craft stores, and cafes, all nestled in the heart of an ancient volcano. Also explore Christchurch city.
Akaroa Sightseeing and Farm Experience Private Tour, South Island, New Zealand. Visit the Hilltop Tavern, Barry Bay Cheeses, Takamatua Valley Vineyards and more.
Leaving Auckland City via main Hi-way south we travel through kaleidoscope scenery of market gardens, townships, pasture land and rivers – our destination being Waitomo Caves.
Two of the most visited attractions in New Zealand can be accomplished in one day. Depart Auckland and travel south, with your first destination being Waitomo Caves then onto Hobbition Movie Set location.
We will meet you on the Waitangi Wharf after you have tendered ashore, and depart for the sub-tropical Kauri rainforest. Other attractions: Kawiti Glow Worm Caves, Hundertwasser, Makana, Haruru Falls, Waitangi, Paihia Town
We will pick up at Port Chalmers. We generally pick up guests at 8.45am inside the port and returned at least 1 hour prior to the ships scheduled departure time. If you’re looking to explore Dunedin this tour showcases Dunedin’s Otago Peninsula and offers the opportunity to have up close encounters with some of our endangered wildlife like the Yellow Eyed Penguin and the Royal Albatross.
Highlights Morning – City Tour, unique views and historic architecture. Baldwin Street – This is in the Guinness book of records as the ‘steepest street in the world’ and has opened the lungs of visitors world-wide. Signal Hill – A drive to the top of Signal Hill will allow us to point out the key features of our city. Otago University – built in 1869 and the first university of New Zealand. Dunedin Railway Station Larnach Castle* – *(Additional $15.00NZD per person) Afternoon – Peninsular Tour Encounters with wildlife. Lunch (Inclusive) – enjoy lunch at a local kiwi pub with magnificent harbour views and a tasty menu Scenic tour of the Otago Peninsula Bird watching Otakou Marae – All access points to the sea on the peninsula would have been visited and inhabited at some point by the Maori, a people of the elements. (please note we do not go into the Marae). Albatross Centre* – A great chance to view one of the largest sea-birds in the world at their only mainland breeding colony. Our guide will take you to the best observation point to see the Royal Albatross. Please note, you have the option of joining a 45 minute tour of the nesting area that will enhance your viewing. (Additional Cost $40.00NZD). Yellow-Eyed Penguin Reserve (Penguin Place) – view one of the rarest penguins in the world through a series of tunnels and hides. The tour duration is 1.5 hours and involves easy walking and close up viewing of this endangered species.
If you are looking for a short relaxing sightseeing tour of Dunedin, then this is the tour for you. We offer two departure times- Morning and Afternoon. Enjoy a 120km journey of Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula where we make several stops to take in this unique city and its explosive past.
A full day tour that includes a scenic train journey of the Taieri plains and gorge followed by a small group bus experience that takes you to the remote parts of the Otago Peninsula.
Experience something really unique, and only available in Rotorua, New Zealand then let us guide you on an amazing journey to Hell’s Gate Thermal Park.
Departing Tauranga, we head to Hobbiton (Lord of the Rings movie set location) in the rolling hills near the town of Matamata. Take a 2 hours tour of the shire. We then continue our journey through the Mamaku Ranges to Rotorua. Here we experience the thermal wonderland of Whakarewarewa. Enjoy a traditional Maori welcome and the famous Haka plus much more.
Highlights: Hobbition moive set location Whakarewarewa Thermal Region and Maori Village Rotorua Maori Culture, Haka, traditional songs, dances Pohutu Geyser Mingle with the villagers Redwood forest
Hobbiton the movie set location for the village in the Lord of The Rings films. Here we will be met by our private guide for an informative tour around the movie set location. Your tour starts with a drive through the picturesque 1,250 acre sheep farm with spectacular views across to the Kaimai Ranges.
Departing Napier i-site. Walk into our Limousine coach and drive through Napier’s Art Deco precinct. Travel along the coast to sample Hawkes Bay’s best wines. Venture up Te Mata Peak which gives amazing 360 degree views of the surrounding Heretaunga Plains. Other highlights include Havelock North Village to the Strawberry Patch and Hastings.
Duration 3 hours.
The premier Maori cultural centre in New Zealand where visitors can meet & mingle with local Maori hosts. Let your guide immerse you into the hearbeat of their land & lifestyle. Observe bubbling mud pools, steaming vents and the world famous Pohutu Geyser which explodes up to 30 metres in the air. Following this we will showcase the formal Government Gardens, the famous historic Bath House, the Art Deco Blue Baths and Rachel’s Pool, on our way to the Polynesian Spa.
Depart Tauranga for Rotorua over the Tauranga Harbour Bridge into the City. Walk in the Redwoods enroute to Hamurana Spring (crystal clear waters). Next stop Agrodome & Agroventures playground to admire the sheep and other animals. Visit Rotorua’s geothermal region and immerse into the Maori Culture. Visit Te Puia NZ Maori Arts & Crafts Centre. Tour duration 7 hours.
Other highlights: Pohutu Geyser at the Wahakarewarewa, the Kiwi House to see the Kiwi bird, Government Gardens and the Bath House, Kiwi 360.
The Thermal Wonderland & Maori Culture at its best.
Departing Port of Tauranga for Rotorua; travelling along the pristine waterfront of Mount Maunganui ocean beach. We continue on to Te Puke, home of the New Zealand Kiwifruit. Time permitting we will stop at Kiwi 360, a showcase of the Kiwifruit industry where you get to taste various products from this amazing fruit. View some native New Zealand fauna with a short walk along the Kaituna River to Okere Waterfalls. We continue on to Rotorua, passing Lake Rotoiti and Lake Rotorua, which are just 2 of the 16 lakes in the region.
Other highlights: Lake Rotorua situated in the city centre Tour of Whakarewarewa Thermal region and Maori village. A living village situated in a landscape of erupting geothermal activity, hot thermal springs and hot bubbling mud pools. This is the location of the famous Pohutu Geyser. You will be hosted by a wonderful local Maori guide and experience a people who have come to live in harmony midst this unique environment of geothermal wonders. Visit the fully carved meeting house Whare Tupuna (ancestral home), after which you will experience a traditional Maori welcome, traditional songs, dances and demonstrations of fighting skills including the famous Haka. This is a concert not to miss. Government Gardens, the famous Rotorua Bath House, Museum, the Art Deco Blue Baths and Rachel’s Pool. Travel through Native New Zealand forest and farm land. You will get to see the Alpaca’s and deer farms and many small local orchards. Tauranga inner city before crossing the harbour bridge to rejoin your ship at Mount Maunganui.
Welcome to Tauranga, the heart of the Bay of Plenty, 100% pure beach and is NZ’s best kept secret destination and we offer you an extensive mix of sights and attractions, pristine white sandy beaches, arts & crafts, history, culture, fine food and wines. Visitors to Comvita enter a ‘virtual beehive’ where leading edge multi-media technologies let them experience what it is like to be part of the honey bee community and see other wonders of the natural world.
Waitomo Glow-worm Caves Tour is now available from Port of Tauranga! Waitomo Glow-worm Caves are a must see for travellers to New Zealand. Lonely Planet recently voted the Glow-worm Cave experience as the most illuminating experience in the world.
We meet you inside the port of Wellington, which is located right in the heart of Wellington CBD. highlights include:
Beehive, Parliment Buildings, Old St Paul’s cathedral, Cable Car & Museum, St Gerard’s Monestery, Mt Victoria Lookout, Weta Cave, Te Papa Museum.
Departing Tauranga, experience 2 geothermal regions in Rotorua and the only Authentic Living Maori Village. Wai-O-Tapu is considered New Zealand’s most colourful and diverse geothermal sightseeing attraction.
Hot pools range from turquoise blue, rich green and gold. The spectacular Champagne Pool has vibrant colours. Lady Knox geyser in an awesome sight spurting boiling hot water at 10.15am daily.
Driving back to Rotorua we visit Whakarewarewa thermal region and village for a guided tour and Maori Cultral performance.
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