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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.

    $ 2,772
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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.

    $ 1,932
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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.

    $ 2,604
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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.

    $ 781
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  • New Zealand – South Island Multisport

    New Zealand is the perfect place for adrenaline and activity, and there’s nowhere in the country more suited to that than the South Island. On this two week trip, cover the ground (or water) by sea kayak, boat, bike, and on foot. Explore Abel Tasman National Park, cruise along the waters of Milford Sound, and take two wheels through the trails around Mt Cook. If you’re not out of breath just from reading all that, then it’s time to start packing.

    $ 2,688
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  • New Zealand – North Island Multisport

    The North Island of New Zealand is blessed with spectacular scenery, ranging from bubbling thermal pools to fast flowing rivers. The best way to see all of this? Get up close and personal. This itinerary includes biking through Karangahake Gorge and hiking the Tongariro Crossing — one of the world’s most famous one-day hikes — before jet boats and kayaks provide the transport along the Whanganui River. Mix in some bubbling mud and a traditional hangi dinner, and this is the perfect active introduction to New Zealand.

    $ 1,638
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