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  • Ultimate NZ Ski

    Hit the slopes of the the South Island’s dominating Southern Alps, home to New Zealand’s premier ski areas. And while each ski area has is own unique character, they are all framed against NZ’s stunning scenic backdrops – lakes, rivers, lush green, golden plains, dense forest, and blue ocean. The air is crisp and clean, the scenery amazing and the snow wonderful – lets go!

    $ 1,053
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  • Jaffas n Jandals

    Clear your schedule for New Zealand NOW – on this 3 day trip from Auckland to the Bay and everything in between. Cross the Harbour Bridge, kayak the sea, swim with the dolphins and see the ‘Hole in the Rock’ while fast boating through the islands! Plus, for you culture vultures, trek through the native Kauri Forest and glimpse the Tribal Lands of Nga Puhi Maori. Looking for a little peace and quiet? You’ll have a day to kick back beachside too!

    $ 284
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  • The Big Tiki

    This is the big one. Kicking off in Auckland, you’ll bungee and skydive in Queenstown, feast on a ground-smoked Māori ‘hangi’ in Rotorua, stroll wine trails, visit Hobbiton, hike active volcanoes and experience the otherworldly beauty of Milford Sound in an unforgettable 19 day adventure. Drastic in beauty but humble in charm, New Zealand is here to steal your heart away. Get ready for the ultimate adrenaline rush.

    $ 2,605
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  • Kiwiana Panorama

    Feed your adrenaline cravings – relaxation is overrated! Hit Rotorua, ‘Zorb’ or luge then chill out in a Polynesian spa! Have a hāngi, cruise Lake Taupo then head to the adventure Capital of the World, Queenstown. Ever tried bungy jumping or canyon swinging? Now ‘s the time! Get into Queenstown’s legendary nightlife before the good times end in Christchurch.

    $ 2,256
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  • New Zealand Off-Grid

    Sometimes you just want to get off the tourist trails. Sometimes you’re on the hunt for local experiences. Sometimes you’re hungry for accommodation that’s truly special – accessible only by boat, or not usually open to the public. That’s why we’ve put together New Zealand Off-Grid. From learning the ways of Māori culture to hand-feeding parakeets in the wilderness of Lochmara, this isn’t more of the same: this is the future of travel – conscious, hyper-local and as authentic as it gets.

    $ 2,225
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  • North Island Off-Grid

    Want to experience New Zealand’s North Island like a local? This adventure brings you into New Zealand’s wilderness, with unforgettable local experiences every single day. Take jet boat tours, learn to surf, hike up volcanoes, learn the ways of the  Māori tribe in Rotorua and stargaze to your heart’s content – and that’s a small sample of the adventures awaiting you. This is the North Island unplugged, and it’s utterly unforgettable. 

    $ 889
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  • Rhythm and Alps

    Spend a week on the south island, soaking up the stunning scenery and getting the chance to experience amazing adventure activities in Queenstown – and of course, your music fix will be sorted! With an included 2 day festival pass and VIP perks, topped with a bit of glamping, this will be one trip you’ll never forget.

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  • Northern Choice

    Just how much mind-boggling can be packed into a 10-day holiday? Quite a lot when you’re prancing around New Zealand. We’ll sojourn our way from Auckland to Christchurch, chowing fish’n’chips and Maori hāngi meals, watching geothermic mud pools boil & signing up for adrenalin rushes that will buzz on in our minds ’til we’re old and grey.

    $ 1,441
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  • Sun & Steam

    Over 20 optional adventures & a banquet of inclusions; this is going to be a week to remember. The brave will hurl themselves down a hill in an inflated OGO ball, the more chilled will take a boat cruise around the Bay of Islands. Then we’ll all compare notes of Hobbits, fish ‘n’ chips, the Haka over a few drinks in the city of Auckland.

    $ 908
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  • ‘Sweet as’ South

    Experience the best of South! From Lake Ohau to Queenstown to Christchurch – it’s an adventure you won’t want to end. Start off on a scenic flight over Mt. Cook then get ready to hit Queenstown, the adventure Capital of the World. Try bungy, or you can opt to take a stunning Milford Sound cruise. In Franz Josef you’ll hike a glacier before your tour ends in Christchurch.

    $ 1,191
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  • Highlights of New Zealand

    Two weeks is barely enough time to thoroughly explore your hometown, let alone a place as fascinating as New Zealand. For adventurers on a tight time-budget, this 15-day trip wraps up the must-sees of both islands with a nice little bow. Check out the Coromandel Peninsula’s gorgeous beaches, hang with the Maori in a traditional village, and get your adrenaline fix in Queenstown. Consider this your New Zealand starter kit.

    $ 2,538
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  • New Zealand: South Island Encompassed

    Now’s the time to explore New Zealand on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. If you prefer your travel experiences paired with adrenaline-pumping activities, then look no further than the South Island of New Zealand. Action is the common thread throughout this trip that features hiking, cycling, and even bungee jumping across a variety of landscapes — think rainforests, glaciers, and some of the most gorgeous coastline you’ll ever see. This trip is a, um, trip even when you’re not moving; accommodations include a wilderness hostel deep in the rainforest itself. Do people still say rad? Well, this is rad.

    $ 1,791
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  • Best of New Zealand: Maori Culture & Mountain Coastlines

    Now’s the time to explore New Zealand on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. They say good travel happens on small islands. Regardless of whether or not that’s an actual saying, the small islands of New Zealand pack plenty of exploratory punch. Go from surfing in Raglan to hiking in Abel Tasman National Park to cruising remote fjords and taking in some Insta-worthy views. But if you’re short on travel dollars, fear not; this trip squeezes in the very best of both the North and South Islands into an affordable, action-packed 21-day itinerary where you’ll move swiftly without feeling rushed.

    $ 2,388
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  • New Zealand: Best of the North Island

    Now’s the time to explore New Zealand on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. New Zealand’s North Island may be the smaller of the two, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in adventure. Over this seven-day tour, you’ll hop in a sea kayak to explore a secluded harbour, learn about Maori culture from the source, and learn how to surf. There’s no better way to live, breathe, and paddle the New Zealand experience.

    $ 731
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