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Auckland Harbour Dinner Cruise

Auckland Harbour Dinner Cruise - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

From USD
$94.42

See the highlights of Auckland on a 2.5-hour sailboat cruise on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour. Cruise to a sheltered marina where you enjoy a 3-course dinner while at anchor, then see the highlights of the city, including Sky Tower and Auckland Harbour Bridge ... More info ›

See the highlights of Auckland on a 2.5-hour sailboat cruise on Auckland’s Waitemata Harbour. Cruise to a sheltered marina where you enjoy a 3-course dinner while at anchor, then see the highlights of the city, including Sky Tower and Auckland Harbour Bridge. Your expert captain shares fun and informative facts about Auckland and its iconic sights throughout your tour. Appreciate the beauty of Auckland as evening falls during this memorable dinner cruise.

Board your sailboat at Viaduct Harbour to start your dinner cruise. Your expert captain welcomes you to the vessel and provides a safety briefing before you set out on the water. Take a seat in the cockpit and enjoy the fresh breeze and city views as your 50-foot (15-meter) yacht glides from Viaduct Harbour to a calm anchorage in Westhaven Marina.

While your boat is at anchor, savor a delicious 3-course dinner served in the dining room below deck. A range of beverages can be purchased from the ship's bar. Afterward, soak in the sights of the city as it lights up for the night while your boat sails across the waters of Waitemata Harbour.

Get amazing views of waterfront highlights including Auckland Harbour Bridge and the Ferry Building. See the iconic Sky Tower, which measures more than1,066 feet (325 meters) and is the tallest building in New Zealand. In the distance, the volcanic cone of Mount Eden rises above the surrounding fields and city outskirts. Your captain points out suburbs such as Devonport and gives you background on the sights that you pass throughout your cruise. Take great photos of Auckland during the light of the "magic hour" at dusk.

Learn about New Zealand’s national passion for sailing, and their strong performances in international competitions such as the America’s Cup. You also have the option to try your hand at steering the boat or helping the crew to hoist the sails. Or just relax and savor the experience.

After a 2.5-hour cruise, your sailboat returns to Viaduct Harbour where your tour ends.

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Queenstown Skyline Gondola and Restaurant

Queenstown Skyline Gondola and Restaurant - Queenstown, New Zealand
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

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$50.58

Take in Queenstown's stunning lake and mountain views over lunch or dinner at Queenstown Stratosfare Restaurant and Bar. A scenic gondola ride will take you high above Queenstown where a unique dining experience awaits you ... More info ›

Take in Queenstown's stunning lake and mountain views over lunch or dinner at Queenstown Stratosfare Restaurant and Bar. A scenic gondola ride will take you high above Queenstown where a unique dining experience awaits you. The four-course buffet lunch or six-course buffet dinner offers a range of local specialties to suit every appetite and the restaurant’s tiered seating guarantees fantastic views from every table.

The Stratosfare Restaurant and Bar is located on Bob's Peakat Skyline, perched high above the resort town of Queenstown in the beautiful Southern Lakes region of New Zealand's South Island. From the gondola base, located within a 10-minute walk from downtown Queenstown, you'll ride the Gondola to the restaurant. Take in the breathtaking panoramic views from Coronet Peak to Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, the Remarkables and surrounding mountains.

At the Stratosfare Restaurant and Bar, enjoy a mouthwatering four-course buffet lunch or six-course buffet dinner that offers the very best of New Zealand’s local produce. Feast on South Island salmon, seafood, salads roast meats and delicious desserts.

Complete your dining experience with a drink in the fully licensed bar (at own expense) before boarding the gondola for your round-trip to the gondola base.

Christmas Day:
Christmas day lunch and dinner includes a round-trip gondola ride, Christmas themed buffet, live entertainment, two luge rides and an appearance from Santa. Christmas dinner has two sitting times to choose from. Please note the Kiwi Haka is closed on Christmas.

New Year's Eve:
New Year's Eve dinner includes a round-trip gondola ride, NYE festive themed buffet and live entertainment, two luge rides. NYE dinner has two sitting times to choose from. Please note the Kiwi Haka is not included.

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Small-Group Matakana Coast Food and Wine Tour from Auckland

Small-Group Matakana Coast Food and Wine Tour from Auckland - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

From USD
$222.57

Discover the Matakana Coast, located less than an hour's drive from Auckland and the premier destination on New Zealand's North Island for food, wine and arts and crafts. On this Matakana Coast Food and Wine Small-Group Tour, be prepared to have your taste buds tantalized as you visit two wineries, taste delectable chocolates and try delicious honeys ... More info ›

Discover the Matakana Coast, located less than an hour's drive from Auckland and the premier destination on New Zealand's North Island for food, wine and arts and crafts. On this Matakana Coast Food and Wine Small-Group Tour, be prepared to have your taste buds tantalized as you visit two wineries, taste delectable chocolates and try delicious honeys. Visit Puhoi Honey Centre, a hand-made chocolate factory, and admire the outdoor gallery at Brick Bay Sculpture Park.

Start your small-group tour with a visit to the family-run Honey Centre. See New Zealand’s largest display of live bees at work making delicious honeys that you can taste, as well as mead (honey wine) and fruit wine. Next, head to a local winery for a wine tasting led by an expert.

Visit the Brick Bay Sculpture Park, an outdoor sculpture gallery set among towering native trees, large majestic palms and green pastures. Enjoy another wine tasting in the unique Glass House building overlooking the celebrated Brick Bay Vineyard.

Next, visit Chocolate Brown and indulge in a tasting of delectable, handmade chocolates. Finally, if time allows, visit Parry Kauri Park and view some spectacular Kauri trees.

Please note: Winery tours and lunch venue are subject to change due to seasonality

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Dinner at Walter Peak High Country Farm and Cruise from Queenstown

Dinner at Walter Peak High Country Farm and Cruise from Queenstown - Queenstown, New Zealand
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$97.80

Get a taste of New Zealand farm life with dinner at Walter Peak Country Farm. Start your evening cruising along the calm waters of Lake Wakatipu from Queenstown on board the TSS Earnslaw, a 1912 vintage steam ship, to arrive at Walter Peak Country Farm ... More info ›

Get a taste of New Zealand farm life with dinner at Walter Peak Country Farm. Start your evening cruising along the calm waters of Lake Wakatipu from Queenstown on board the TSS Earnslaw, a 1912 vintage steam ship, to arrive at Walter Peak Country Farm. Enjoy a gourmet BBQ buffet dinner in the Colonel's Homestead, as the resident pianist provides background music during dinner. On cooler nights, the open fire creates a cozy atmosphere. After dinner, you have the option to watch a farm show or relax in the bar before returning to Queenstown on the TSS Earnslaw.

Launched in 1912, the TSS Earnslaw is the grandest vessel ever to ply the waters of Lake Wakatipu. Today, the TSS Earnslaw is believed to be the only coal-fired passenger-carrying vessel still operating in the southern hemisphere. Relive the elegance of travel in the early 1900s as you cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak Country Farm and take in Queenstown’s magnificent alpine scenery.

Disembark at the Walter Peak Country Farm, for a gourmet BBQ buffet dinner showcasing New Zealand specialties at the Colonel’s Homestead. Sample an expansive array of New Zealand’s traditional cuisine from the buffet including meat and seafood from the outdoor grill, antipasto selection salads and vegetables. Then finish your meal with our irresistible selection of homemade desserts, a New Zealand cheeseboard and freshly brewed tea and coffee. A range of wines and other beverages are available for purchase. The resident pianist will provide background music and the open fire creates a cozy atmosphere in the cooler months.

After dinner, you can choose to join a farm tour or relax in the bar before returning to Queenstown on the TSS Earnslaw.

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Queenstown Private Luxury Wine Tour

Queenstown Private Luxury Wine Tour - Queenstown, New Zealand

Duration: 6 to 8 hrs
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$80.94

Joan Collins said - “Age is just a number. It’s totally irrelevant unless, of course, you happen to be a bottle of wine.” The world’s southernmost wine-producing region has lots to surprise you ... More info ›

Joan Collins said - “Age is just a number. It’s totally irrelevant unless, of course, you happen to be a bottle of wine.” The world’s southernmost wine-producing region has lots to surprise you. The terroir of Gibbston Valley, Bannockburn and Arrowtown produces the best Pinot Noir grapes. We have handpicked the finest wineries of this region offering award winning wines and local food to taste. We enjoy an excellent reputation, built-up over the years, and are confident that we will not only meet, but exceed your expectations.

The Crown Range
Crown Range Cellar was born on the back of a napkin over a glass or two at a local Queenstown restaurant overlooking the mountain ranges. The dream was to make small volumes of award winning wine, grown in a variety of famous wine regions throughout New
Zealand. Winner of the Best Pinot Noir in the world in 2015, it today making a limited run of Syrah as well. Enjoy some stunning views of Arrowtown, Lake Hayes, Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu as we make our way to the next winery. World-famous Cardrona Hotel Established in 1863, the Cardrona Hotel is one of New Zealand’s oldest hotels and is one ofonly two remaining buildings from the Cardrona Valley gold rush era. This is Central Otago's most photographed building and has featured in many wedding albums around the world. The famous Cardrona Ale is a must try.
The Cardrona Distillery
All Cardrona spirits are made from scratch on site, starting with just three ingredients: water, yeast and malted barley – at this one and only distillery in the region. Experience the art of making hand-distilled artisan spirits. We will will take you through the entire spirit making process, from milling, mashing, fermentation, distillation and maturation. Taste Cardrona artisan spirits before we move towards the rugged landscape of the Gibbston Valley.
Gibbston Valley Vineyards
Good Wine. Good Food. Good Living.
One of the region’s founding wineries, they are fully focused on handcrafting premium wines and honouring the traditions that have made them a world-renowned destination. Wines here are unrefined, unfiltered and sustainably produced. Pioneers not only in wines, but in exquisite dining as well. Explore unique and incredibly diverse surrounds. Truly inspired by the pursuit of good wine, good food and what we like to call good living. And before we call it a day…. Time to wash away your sins by paying your visit to an 1894 Presbyterian Church.

Waitiri Creek Vineyard & Cargo Brewery
Located at Waitiri Creek, Gibbston Valley - the tasting room was originally the Wangaloa Presbyterian Church. It was built in 1894 and relocated to Queenstown in 2000 where it became the cellar door for Waitiri Creek Vineyard. Serving locally produced wines and unique Cargo Craft Beer - finish your day by enjoying a unique beer and/or wine tasting experience – say Cheers! and pat each other’s shoulders for choosing us for this tour. Tour ends!
Notes: We can customise the Queenstown Private Luxury Wine Tour so that it is specifically designed for your tastes and needs – please feel free to contact us.

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Guided Twilight Cycle Tour of the Estuary and Urban Winery

Guided Twilight Cycle Tour of the Estuary and Urban Winery - Napier, New Zealand

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Napier, New Zealand

From USD
$87.68

This twilight guided cycle is perfect for those short on time.  The route is approx ... More info ›

This twilight guided cycle is perfect for those short on time.  The route is approx. 16kms on flat, off-road cycle trail and includes a visit to a winery, abundant bird-life around the Estuary and a refreshing drink at a local pub in the bustling, historic port village of Ahuriri.  The tour operates daily from 4.00pm - 7.00pm during the daylight saving months of October through to March.  Experience lots of this beautiful region's highlights in the company of your knowledgeable local guide.

Your twilight cycle starts at 4.00pm at the Takaro Trails base at 9 Nelson Quay, Ahuriri, Napier.  We recommend you arrive at 3.45pm to enable an 'on time' departure.  You will first be set up on your bike and be given a safety briefing by your guide before cycling the short distance to the National Tobacco Building, one of New Zealand's most photographed buildings with its distinctive Art Deco style.  Now home to the Tony Bish Urban Winery we make a visit to sample the chardonnay made onsite.  Joining the cycle trail we then meander approx 10kms through a low-lying wetlandarea that was all part of a large tidal inlet before the 1931 earthquake.  The trail continues through sheep farming country before completing the 16km loop back to Ahuriri.  The tour ends with a well-deserved drink on the deck of a waterside bar where you can enjoy views of the sun setting over the water before returning to base at 7.00pm.  

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