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Auckland City Tours
Auckland cityKnown as the 'City of Sails', Auckland is the gateway to exploring New Zealand. Nestled between two harbours and 48 volcanic cones, this cosmopolitan city hosts an array of activities, eateries and stunning landscapes.

From the spectacular golden sand beaches of the east coast to the black sand of the west, to the lush farmland that surrounds the outer edges, you will enjoy exploring this vast playground.

Take a half or a full day tour to experience the culture, understand the history and enjoy the scenery of this fascinating city.

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Paihia (Bay of Islands) Tours
Cape Brett - Hole In The RockPaihia is the gate way to the beautiful Bay of Islands a stunning region consisting of 144 islands abundant in natural beauty and marine life. Regarded as the birthplace of New Zealand, Paihia and the Northland region is rich in both culture and early Maori and European history - from Kupe, believed to be the very first Maori voyager to arrive in New Zealand over 1,000 years ago, to the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi between Maori and the Crown.

Paihia as your base, you can experience and explore the many scenic and marine attractions of the Bay of Islands and the Northland region from swimming with dolphins or visiting the famous Cape Brett Hole in the Rock to exploring the famous majestic 90 Mile beach and Cape Reinga at most north tip of New Zealand's North Island.  .

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Auckland - Waitomo Caves - Rotorua Tours
Waitomo Glow CavesLeave Auckland in the morning we travel through the lush farmland of the Waikato and King Country regions. Your experienced local driver guide will provide a commentary as you travel to Waitomo and point out sites of interest inclduing Rangiriri, the location of an historic Maori Land Wars site between forces loyal the Maori King and the Colonial Government advance in 1863.

On arrival in the small town of Waitomo enjoy a guided tour through the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves with their amazing stalactites, stalagmites and other limestone formations. You finish the tour with a silent boat ride through the Glowworm Grotto - a subterranean cavern lit up by the lights of thousands of tiny glowworms.

From Waitomo, your tour passes through the beautiful Fitzgerald Glades where the roadside trees arch overhead to form a tunnel of natural greenery of the Mamaku Ranges to Rotorua.

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Rotorua City Tours
Champagne Pool at Wai-O-TapuDiscover Rotorua - an area steeped in Maori culture, history, geothermal activity and stunning lakes.

Built on a geothermal field, Rotorua is the perfect backdrop for some of New Zealand's most accessible cultural experiences. You can watch a geyser erupt, pick your way around a bubbling mud pool, and gain an understanding of traditional Maori history and culture.

Here you can also take in the landscape surrounding Rotorua, from the 1886 Mt Tarawera eruption that covered the country side in ash to the lush fields that support a thriving agricultural industry.

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Wellington City Tours
WellingtonWellington is New Zealand's capital city and the southernmost city in the North Island. Surrounded by hilly terrain and with a stunning natural harbour, Wellington offers plenty of things to see and do for families and independent travellers alike. Wellington boasts natural attractions like Mount Victoria, the Botanic Gardens (best accessed by Wellington's iconic Cable Car),  Zealandia native wildlife sanctuary and  local tours of the city and surrounding region.

Wellington is also known as 'Wellywood'. The name - a conflation of Wellington and Hollywood - a reference to the film production business established in the city by The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and King Kong director Peter Jackson, who's business operates a number of film-related facilities in the Wellington.

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Kaikoura Sightseeing Tours
KaikouraKaikoura has now become a popular tourist destination, mainly for whale watching (the Sperm Whale watching is perhaps the best and most developed in the world) and swimming with or near dolphins and seals.  There is also a large and readily observed colony of Southern Fur Seals at the eastern edge of the town. At low tide, better viewing of the seals can be had as the ocean gives way to a rocky base which is easily navigable by foot for quite some distance.

Besides the rich marine mammals and birdlife, Kaikoura can offer the visitor a range of activities from early whaling exhibits, 4WD driving, horse trekking, farms tours to skiing at Mt Lyford Skifield only a hour's drive from Kaikoura.

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  Christchurch City Tours
Christchurch cityA blend of outdoor adventures and sophisticated city culture, this region extends from the sandy beaches of the east, to the stunning Southern Alps of the west.

Christchurch is described as being "more English than England." This attractive city is alive with colour, historical charm and atmosphere.

Christchurch is delightful for visitors in any season...whether punting on the Avon River during the warmth of summer or visiting the city's art galleries on a crisp winter's day.
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Christchurch - Mt Cook - Queenstown Tours
Mt Cook/Aoraki National ParkYou'll be swept away by the landscape of the flat Canterbury Plains, from the massive hydro dams, to the blue waters of Lake Tekapo and the awe-inspiring backdrop of Mt Cook.

Declared a World Heritage park in 1986, Mt Cook National Park boasts over thirty 3,000 metre high peaks, and five of NZ's largest glaciers including the Tasman Glacier at 21km in length. At 3,751 metres, Mt Cook (Aoraki - in Maori means "cloud piercer") is the highest mountain peak in New Zealand.

As you travel south from Mt Cook, you will meander through the tawny tussock land of the Mackenzie Country. Sit back and take in the natural wonders and ever changing environment of this spectacular region.

Queenstown is an internationally recognised four seasons alpine and lake resort. With a wide variety of things to see and do, it is perfect for adventurers and leisure seekers alike.

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Dunedin City Tours
DuendinDunedin is New Zealand's oldest city, possesses a unique combination of cultural riches, fine architecture, and world-famous wildlife reserves on the Otago Peninsula. Discover attractions like Baldwin Street - the world's steepest street, Olveston House, Cadbury World, Speights Brewery and Toitu Museum. Walk among 19th century buildings at the heart of the University of Otago - the first university in New Zealand, travel on the Taieri Gorge railway for stunning rugged valley landscape of central Otago

Enjoy scenic views of the Otago Harbour and the many eco-tourism attractions like the world's only mainland Royal Albatross colony, penguin and seal colonies lie within the city boundaries on Otago Peninsula.

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Franz Josef Glacier Tours
Franz Josef GlacierNew Zealand's South Island remote West Coast region, contains some of the country's most dramatic scenery – wild coastlines, ancient glaciers, picturesque mountain ranges and lush native rainforest.

Within the area's five national parks are an array of scenic highlights, including New Zealand's highest mountain, longest caves and famously the lowest and most accessible glaciers in the world - Franz Josef Glacier.

Early Māori named the area Te Tai O Poutini, meaning ‘The tides of Poutini', after the spiritual guardian of the prized pounamu (greenstone), found there in abundance. European settlers flocked to the West Coast during the gold rush of the late 1800s, but today it is one of New Zealand's most sparsely populated regions.

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  Queenstown and Milford Sound Tours
Milford SoundQueenstown, nestled between towering snow-capped peaks and the picturesque Lake Wakatipu, is well known for its outstanding landscapes, popular ski fields and numerous outdoor activities.

Te Anau, positioned to the south west of Queenstown, is the gateway to uncovering the hidden secrets of the World Heritage Fiordland National Park and the breathtaking Milford Sound. It is a place of awe-inspiring landscape, dramatic rivers and cascading waterfalls...a place to become one with nature. Despite being one of the most assessible fiords, Milford Sound remains quiet and still, bounded by steep cliffs and dense rainforest.

As part of the World Heritage Fiordland National Park, Milford Sound is perhaps the most serene of all the fiords.

All Great Sights coaches into Milford Sound are equipped with glass roofs.

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Stewart Island Tours
Half Moon Bay Stewart IslandStewart Island/ is the southernmost and smallest island of the 3 major islands of New Zealand.

Stewart Island is the least modified - the least logged, least farmed, least burnt and least built upon.

Together with its 170 satellite islands and inlets, it retains a largely intact set of natural habitats ranging from dense coastal rainforest, the expansive freshwater wetlands, Mt Anglem's twin lakes to the numerous small forest-lined rivers stained brown by tannin tundra-like alpine vegetation.

Rakiura is Stewart Island's Maori name, as it is usually translated as Glowing Skies, possibly a reference to the sunsets for which it is famous or for the Aurora Australis - the southern lights that are a phenomenon of southern latitudes.

Over 80 per cent of the island is set aside as the Rakiura National Park being New Zealand's newest national park.

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