J.R.R Tolkien's Middle-Earth has captured the hearts and minds of generations of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings fans. Whether you came to share in the Hobbits' adventures through the books or the films, the Lord of the Rings Film Tours will give you the experience of a lifetime!
With over half a million visitors each year, the mesmerising New Zealand scenery and the incredible detail that went into the sets is a must-do for any Tolkien fan.
If you grew up loving Tolkien's works then stepping into these real life immersive Lord of the Rings experiences is certainly not to be missed. So join the Fellowship on their quest to vanquish the One Ring.
A two week expedition that retraces the footsteps of Frodo and uncovers the epic landscape of Middle-earth. You will also meet those involved in the making of the movies, and get off the beaten track into the breath-taking landscapes and natural attractions New Zealand has to offer.
Along the way, there are opportunities to helicopter over and land on mountains used in the films , kayak in stunning film locations, visit wineries, tramp, skydive or 4 wheel drive into amazing locations.
If you're looking to take on an epic adventure of your own, we can help you. Whether you want to explore Mount Doom or go scuba diving in the Caribbean our travel experts can curate a custom package to your exact specifications.
That depends on how much time you have spare to explore Middle-earth. Our Pick is an epic two week excursion, but if that is too long a battle for you there are some epic 1 day adventures for your choosing.
You can; Climb the magnificent Edoras - Explore Bilbo's Shire! - Visit the makers of the 'One Ring' - Experience breathtaking Mordor - and more.
Spring is a great time to travel to New Zealand. As the ski season is coming to an end, the Southern Alps are still majestic with their snow coverings. This is Sam Gamgee's favourite season too as the Hobbits' romantic and dishevelled gardens are in full bloom.
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