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Discover the secrets of the surprising south, from its unique wildlife and natural resources to the strong and enterprising people of the land. Hear of the journeys of early Māori sourcing seasonal food supplies or precious pounamu (greenstone), and learn how whaling, gold, agriculture and industries built Otago's prosperity. See the largest collection of articulated moa skeletons in the world, plus New Zealand’s largest fossil, the Shag Point plesiosaur.Take a close-up look at southern icons – the royal albatross and local penguins, and hear success stories of the saving of the “last” takahē and other unique rare and endangered animals.
Satisfy the hunger for spectacular vistas with a 20-min flight or opt for a 45-min experience with a remote alpine landing and refreshments
Visit locations where Lord of the Rings was filmed during this small-scale tour, and enjoy kiwi-style morning or afternoon tea
Wine aficionados can enjoy this guided Gibbston wine tour that includes complimentary pick-ups; opt to include craft beer tastings
Visit locations where Lord of the Rings was filmed during this small-scale tour, and enjoy shared cheeseboard and some wine tasting
Embark on a unique wine adventure with a Wine Hopper Bus that takes you to up to nine different wineries and craft beer locales
Join the TranzAlpine Train at Christchurch to enjoy a one or two night stay with options of cooked breakfast, tours, rental car and hotpools
Hop on a fully equipped bike and take in the beautiful scenery with locations including Alpine Lakes, Wetlands Boardwalk and Ross Gold Town
Up to six participants can appreciate the picturesque scenery of Hanmer Springs during a two-hour quad biking adventure
Experience Hanmer Springs countryside while riding rugged quad bikes over all kinds of rough terrain and majestic landscapes
Explore Vietnam during this north-to-south tour, including a Halong Bay cruise, Cu Chi tunnel visit and Hanoi city tour
Discover the highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia, take a cruise on Halong Bay and experience the life of the locals in the Mekong Delta
Discover the pearls of Vietnam during this north-to-south tour, including a Halong Bay cruise and an overnight train trip to Da Nang
Discover various historical and religious sites of Vietnam and soak up the picturesque scenery on a Halong Bay cruise
Travel between the major cities of Vietnam and Cambodia, soak up the local culture with village trips and visit UNESCO World Heritage sites
Discover the gems of Vietnam with this 7-day tour, sail through the sparkling waters of Halong Bay, and take in local traditions and cuisine
Visit the ancient Hoa Lu and the picturesque Tam Coc Wharf, explore Hanoi’s bustling Old Quarter and take a scenic Halong Bay cruise
Take this 11-day tour to explore Beijing, Shanghai and Suzhou, see the Great Wall and opt for various additional tours; flights included
Clive, as the host and stud deer farming pioneer, wants visitors to enjoy a complete perspective on what deer are and what they mean to New Zealand. A key feature of the museum is that every visitor gets a personal tour which is enlightening – "The one thing that made my visit so memorable was Clive Jermy himself, his knowledge and passion for all things deer was truly captivating and extremely motivating“ (visitor review). The museum features three principle themes. A unique collection of antlers, primarily bred by the host on his stud farm over 30 years including a number of world record antlers. As it is a museum there are 42 multi-lingual educational display panels which feature deer of the world, the New Zealand deer story from 1851 and the evolution of the deer farming industry in New Zealand. The museum also has a 'Speciality Shop' featuring many products from the deer which continues to evolve and grow.
Larnach Castle is New Zealand's only castle! Top attractionSituated on the picturesque Otago PeninsulaThe Castle's Garden has received numerous national AwardsLovingly restored by the Barker Family, Have a look around the lovingly restored Larnach Castle that dates back to 1871,
The jet boat is the mode of transport, the river safari is the attraction. The jet boat will take you safely up the river into remote back country. Touch and learn about the natural history of New Zealand's remote World Heritage Area. Your tour is operated by a family business, when you go on this tour, you arrive as strangers and leave as friends. There are many stops for commentary on the native birds, animals and forest of the South Westland region. A photographer's dream, stretch your legs at the top of the river for an optional forest walk into New Zealand's rain forest. Touch the ferns, listen to birds and spot the fish. Ideal for all ages and physical fitness. For infants to elderly, this is a must do, to explore the UNESCO World Heritage area-Te Wāhipounamu of South Westland, New Zealand.
At Fiordland Jet we want to take tourism back to what it use to be! With a small group of 11-13 passengers per boat, our tours are all about making a personal connection with each one of our guests. This is an interactive tour - not just a thrill ride. We are the only commercial scenic operators on these waterways, which gives guests a truly unique opportunity to experience the magic of Fiordland without long lines or crowds
Try your luck at Gold Panning, enjoy a Steam Train Ride and listen to the stories told from the old time gold miners at the Holographic Theatre.
Mike invites you to accept the challenge of his muddiest, wettest and most difficult of all his tracks. Mike knows a thing or two about track building and has spent the last 18 years creating the perfect off-road experience. Mike’s Mighty Mud Track will take you over the 1 and 2 hours tracks at a faster pace with a few gnarly areas reserved specifically for the more adventurous.We suggest that if you are less confident you give the buggies a go as they are more stable and easier to operate than the quads.
One day, fully guided small group tour from Queenstown to Aoraki/Mt Cook (New Zealand's tallest mountain). See Aoraki/Mt Cook Village, Kawarau Gorge, Lindis Pass, the Southern Alps, Lake Pukaki, the Hermitage and High Country Salmon. Then add on your optional activities at Mt Cook Village (additional cost). Our tours are run in small groups with a maximum of 11 people, in specially built, modern mini buses. On board we have amazing guides who always have a lot of stories to keep you entertained along the way. Drop down screens in all of our tour vehicles add even more to the experience, bringing the guides stories to life. There are so many little things that make our tours unique and memorable including secret stops, surprise wildlife viewings, complimentary water and snacks, USB charging points for your devices and even Wifi access in the tour vehicle. We are proud that our customer reviews show it's not all about the destination… it's the journey that makes our tours special.
Spend a day on the stunning Kepler Track, one of NZ’s most rewarding day walks!You can’t beat a walking track that’s been built with the purpose of showing off the very best features of Fiordland. The Kepler Track was custom-built for pure hiking pleasure. Its alpine vistas, rugged high country, deep gorges and tall beech forests make the Kepler one of our favourite NZ Must Do’s.Kepler Track highlightsClimb to the peak of Mount Luxmore, 1472m, for a birds-eye view of Lake Te Anau & the town. Explore the stunning stalactites and stalagmites of the Luxmore Caves and soak up the beauty of grand alpine views that stretch on for miles. Hike through golden tussock high country and tall Beech Forests; and at night, listen for the sound of the morepork, a tiny native owl, or shrill whistles from the Brown Kiwi. The quintessential Fiordland hiking experience!
This is a cutting edge experience that everyone can enjoy.Not just Gamers.No experience required, take a leap and see what the future of entertainment will become.This is the largest Virtual Reality experience in the Southern Hemisphere and the largest Infinity Platform establishment currently in the world.
Combine adventure with West Coast scenery and venture into the heart of Greymouth’s native rain-forest with On Yer Bike’s 2 hour Bush ‘n’ Bog Track.Set amidst a backdrop of native forest and valley views, you’ll enjoy the thrill of navigating one of our mud-loving 4WD buggies across rivers, through copious amounts of our famous mud and through puddles that resemble small lakes!After some sound advice and guidance from your tour guide, you’re off on your own Buggy with your passenger to tackle the puddles, hills and rain-forest tracks. Our expert guides will lead the way, stopping at various points to take in the views.
The Cardrona presents New Zealand's best guided quad bike tour. This two hour mountain experience takes you to the top of the mountains of the Cardrona Valley, Wanaka, navigating high country farm and alpine trails on very capable and easy to operate 350cc 4WD Yamaha quad bikes. River crossings, historical gold mining sites from the 1860s gold rush and breathtaking exclusive 360 degree panoramic views await, so be sure to bring a camera! All abilities welcome.See more details at www.thecardrona.co.nz/quads
Visit this iconic Lake which has just been named NZ's Great Short Walk. World famous for it's stunning mirror-like reflections of our highest mountains - Mt Tasman and Mt Cook. Relaxed guided nature walking tour through an incredible primeval rainforest to magnificent reflections and mountain views. Departure times vary throughout the year as we like to give you the best possible chance of reflections (early morning or late evening). Your experienced guide will give you information on the local flora, fauna, history of the area, and how this lake relates to the surrounding glaciers and landscape. * please note there is no option to go off track on this tour.**Minimum group numbers apply.
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