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The walk, led by your nature guide, is on a well-formed track across the peninsula, through spectacular coastal forest to a secluded sandy beach.As dusk sets in and daylight diminishes, venture by torchlight through the native forest with the stars and forest night sounds around you. The walk will take about 45 minutes one-way and the track emerges on to Ocean Beach. This wide sandy beach is where kiwi are often found feeding among the grasses and seaweed.Here in the darkness you may spot the Southern brown kiwi (Rakiura Tokoeka) - often searching for food.Afterwards retrace your steps through the forest to Little Glory Wharf for your catamaran ride back to Oban township on Stewart Island.
Visit the habitat of one of the world's rarest penguins. Walk through a private nature reserve on this guided tour for a chance to see the rare Yellow Eyed Penguins, Little Blue Penguins and NZ Furseals in the wild. Specially designed hides allow for close viewing of penguin in their nesting habitat. Explore the far reaches of the Otago Peninsula and a chance to see the Royal Albatross in flight. Also included in this full day tour is an in-depth look at Dunedin's main city sights. Lookouts, photo stops and full commentary provided along with complimentary light refreshments and chilled bottled water for everyone on board. Enjoy our personal attention to your interests in this small group tour.*please note sightings of Yellow Eyed Penguins in the reserve are extremely rare this season.
Take off road adventuring to a whole new level with the DTV mountain shredder!This ground-breaking hybrid vehicle offers a powerful and exhilarating crossover between a Skateboard and a Tank.Redefining the term ‘off road’, this epic vehicle transforms the outdoors into your personal playground!With a powerful engine and tracks, the Mountain Shredder makes high speed travel a breeze on any terrain, year round, in any conditions!Your guide will pick you up from their central Queenstown location and transport you to the best local terrain for optimum DTV shredding!As you get more confident on the shredder you’ll be given more challenging terrain and obstacles to tackle! The tour offers also one of the best views of Queenstown.
Waterfalls, deserted beaches, coastal rainforest, and rare wildlife can all be found in the Catlins. Explore this remote part of the South Island on a private day trip from Dunedin. You'll learn about early Maori inhabitants and European settlers from your personal guide, who has a Department of Conservation (DOC) concession with access to unforgettable places.
This is the original and our most environmentally friendly guided day trip in the park. Start kayaking from Marahau gliding through the tranquil waters of the beautiful Astrolabe Roadstead. Watch for playful NZ Fur Seals and embrace the wonderful birdsong, ringing from the bush-clad Adele Island. Take a short walk or a swim while we stop for lunch and café styled drinks on one of the many glistening golden sand beaches. There are plenty of nooks and crannies to explore along this stunning coastal paradise. If the sea breeze is blowing we’ll hoist the spinnaker and let the wind push us home
Our knowledgeable guides deliver commentary of activity. Our private conservation area ensures exclusivity with brilliant opportunities to photograph Hooker's Sea lions, Yellow-eyed Penguins, Blue Penguins, a breeding colony of New Zealand Fur Seals and other sea bird colonies. At Taiaroa head from a cliff face we watch and observe Royal Albatross flying about the headland and from the ocean. A further 25-30 other estuarine and marine bird species are seen during the experience around the bays and lagoons.DurationSummer 6 - 6.5 hours Winter 5 - 5.5 hourTour RequirementsWalking is required. The walk requires basic fitness as the terrain is hilly farm land, sandy beaches and stairways.AvailabilityThis tour is not available to cruise-ship passengers.All year (except - Not available 25 and 31 December)
Experience Milford Sound at its most serene on this early morning kayaking trip. The trip includes a short scenic cruise past the iconic Mitre Peak and Bowen Falls, to the Milford Sound Underwater Observatory. Here you can enjoy up to one hour of kayaking around breath-taking Harrison Cove, getting right up close to nature while learning more about this incredible UNESCO World Heritage site. Your trip then includes entry to the Milford Sound Underwater Observatory where you’ll able to see rare black coral and colourful sea creatures in their natural habitat. A freshly packed Picnic Lunch is included and complimentary tea and coffee is provided on the boat. Return to the Milford Sound Visitor Terminal on the same scenic cruise route.
Tour with our local knowledgeable guides to one of the World's Top 10 Coastal Scenic drives and visit the famous Punakaiki Blow Holes and Pancake Rocks. One of the regions key icons and a must do when visiting the South Island.
This is without doubt the best viewing experience for Glow Worms in NZ. Given tours are only at night we are able to see the Glow Worms like stars in the sky and also are able to get close enough to see their webs and the Glow Worms laying horizontal at the top of their webs in wait of their prey.Awesome photo opportunities are available. For the amateur photographer a cellphone is best but if you are a fully equipped "professional" photographer then with a tripod and time lapse capabilities you will be able to capture some absolutely stunning pictures.Due to the nature of this tour departure times change throughout the year. GenerallySummertime: 9.30pmAutumn: 8.30pmWinter: 7.30pmSpring: 8.30pm
Experience the natural beauty of New Zealand over two days with this Queenstown Super Saver. First up, take a wilderness cruise on Doubtful Sound and enjoy views of rainforests, rugged peaks, waterfalls and wildlife. The next day, cruise to Walter Peak aboard a vintage steamship and explore Walter Peak High Country Farm. Get an in-depth look at rural farm life and enjoy country hospitality with tea or coffee and homemade baked goods.
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
Visit locations where Lord of the Rings was filmed during this small-scale tour, and enjoy shared cheeseboard and some wine tasting
Wine aficionados can enjoy this guided Gibbston wine tour that includes complimentary pick-ups; opt to include craft beer tastings
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 Milford Sound in comfort aboard our luxury coach on this full-day tour, including a Milford Sound cruise, from Queenstown. Travel through Fiordland National Park accompanied by your knowledgeable guide, stopping en route to take photos and explore short distances on foot, before setting out to cruise Milford Sound aboard a sightseeing boat. Listen as your guide describes the native animal and plant life for which Milford Sound is famous while gazing out to mighty peaks and towering waterfalls. This 12-hour tour includes a picnic lunch and return luxury coach travel to central Queenstown.
A lovely, easy grade guided bike ride following another one of Wanaka’s beautiful rivers. Crystal blue water, endless mountain vistas and easy pedalling, make this a great trip for people wanting some gentle exercise. A great trip for the whole family. We'll provide all the necessary equipment, transport, and friendly, qualified, local guide.
Soak up the magnificent scenery of the Milford Track on a one-day guided walk from Te Anau. Often described as one of the finest walks in the world, the Milford Track is a four day trip through the Fiordland National Park. This one-day option is a great choice if you don't have time to walk the entire Milford Track. On this day trip from Te Anau, you'll walk the first section of the Milford Track. Your nature guide will lead you on a leisurely walk through ancient beech forest and grassy flats. The walk is suitable for walkers of all ages and fitness levels, perfect for those with limited time who want to get a taste of the world famous Milford Track.
Join us on a captivating half day Lord of the Rings tour in the Queenstown region.In our morning tour you can see and experience some of the spectacular landscapes featured in the films such as The Argonath (Pillars of the King), The Gladden fields and the Ford of Bruinen. If you choose the afternoon tour, you will walk in Ithilien and Isengard. Our knowledgeable guides will share information about each location and help uncover the secrets behind how each area was transformed into Middle Earth and let you relive the action for your own camera.
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.
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
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.
Enjoy a unique opportunity to experience the very best Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula has to offer. This small group shore excursion offers sightseeing for both Dunedin City and the Otago Peninsula, Larnach Castle and a visit to the famous Speights Brewery. On leaving port you will travel through Dunedin City and then out onto the Otago Peninsula to Larnach Castle for a fully guided tour of both the castle and its grounds. Early afternoon the tour returns to Dunedin for the completion of the city sightseeing taking in the highlights of the city with an entertaining and informative commentary. Mid afternoon the tour arrives at the Speights Brewery for a fully guided tour of the brewery
Explore the South Island’s gorgeous scenery on a full-day excursion from Dunedin. In the morning, travel aboard the Taieri Gorge Railway through stunning mountain landscapes en route to Pukerangi. Then return to Dunedin for an afternoon tour of the Otago Peninsula by minivan. Get personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide on this small-group tour limited to 19 people.
Enjoy a more intimate Milford Sound experience from Queenstown. Depart later, explore the Milford Road on a comfortable, glass-roof smaller coach and discover the Fiord on a small boat nature cruise. Visit the Underwater Observatory and savor a complimentary, freshly packed Picnic Lunch.
Tour the inner route of the Otago Peninsula. Pass through the small communities of Macandrew Bay, Pukehiki and Waverley. Visit Sandfly Bay and view some of the Peninsula's Wildlife. Wind your way along this craggy and beautiful coast. Along the way, you'll take in old castles, isolated and windswept beaches, breathtaking views, and sleepy seaside towns. You might even cross paths with a penguin. The Otago peninsula is singular in its evocation of the raw beauty of nature. Come along and see for yourself.Places to stop along the way include the Glenfalloch Gardens, Macandrew Bay, Larnach Castle, Sandfly Bay, Highcliff Road Viewing Point, Rotary Park and Waverley. Keep in mind, there is an entrance fee to Larnach Castle.The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
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