New Zealand is a country that’s made up of around 600 islands, just off of Australia.
Most of New Zealand's population live on the two main islands: South Island and North Island, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to explore on the hundreds of other islands.
Widely regarded as 'The Adventure Capital of the World', New Zealand is a must for adventure-seekers and adrenaline junkies!
In less than 2 weeks you can soak up all that New Zealand's stunning landscapes have to offer. Immerse yourself in multicultural heritage, travelling by plane, train, van, boat, and cable car through the North and South Islands. Discover magnificent fjords, ethereal glowworm caves, and snowcapped peaks; visit picturesque vineyards and explore vibrant cities; and imbibe the wisdom and knowledge of the country’s indigenous Maori culture.Book Now
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New Zealand has so much variety between the North and Southern islands and it can be tricky navigating both the terrain and the plethora of options on hand to fill your itinerary. It saves time, money and effort by having the local experts collate the greatest adventures and combining them into one sleek, smooth mind blowing journey.Book Now
Arrive 1 day before (the tour lasts 12 days so there's a day buffer either side to make up a full fortnight), it'll help you adjust to possible jetlag and arrive refreshed on day 1!Book Now
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