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Private Tour: Auckland City and Countryside Tour

Private Tour: Auckland City and Countryside Tour - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

From USD
$170.53

This private 5-hour tour explores Auckland, a vibrant city on the North Island. A personal guide introduces you to the highlights in the 'City of Sails' and its surroundings ... More info ›

This private 5-hour tour explores Auckland, a vibrant city on the North Island. A personal guide introduces you to the highlights in the 'City of Sails' and its surroundings. View Rangitoto Island from Mission Bay and Waitemata Harbour from M.J. Memorial Park. Stroll atop Mt. Eden, the black-sand beach of Karekare, and through a subtropical rainforest in the  Waitakere Ranges.

Start your personalized tour of Auckland with pickup at your hotel in the central business district (CBD). Get settled inside your private vehicle and be whisked away through the 'City of Sails.' Please note that any admission fees to area attractions are your own expense.

After a look at the city center, head to Mission Bay Beach for views of Rangitoto Island. Pay a brief visit to M.J. Memorial Park with its sweeping views of Waitemata Harbour and then pass through the charming village of Parnell and its rose garden en route to Auckland Domain. Other highlights include Onepoto Lake, West Haven Marina, American Village, St. Heliers, and Achilles Point.

More panoramic vistas greet your arrival atop Mt. Eden, the second highest point in the region. After a heritage walk with your guide, continue in your vehicle to the West Coast, past the rainforest and into Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. You'll drive through Titirangi to Karekare, known for its volcanic black-sand beach, the filming location of the 1993 movie The Piano.

Marvel at the rugged cliffs and raging surf amid a backdrop of native flora. Due to these remote natural surroundings, the region is a magnet for craftsmen and other artisans. Take time at a waterfall before the return trip to Auckland.

There is tremendous flexibility with this tour too, as a guide can be provided in the following languages for an additional flat rate: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish.

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Milford Sound Private Day Tour

Milford Sound Private Day Tour - Queenstown, New Zealand

Duration: 11 to 12 hrs
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$230.93

The scenic beauty of Milford Sound is hard to surpass. Joseph Rudyard Kipling (English journalist) called it the “Eighth wonder of the world” - many iconic New Zealand photographic images are from Milford Sound. 

The Sounds are located deep within Fiordland National Park – a part of the World Heritage site, on the remote southwest coast of New Zealand’s South Island.

Start early for the big day out…..

The road to Milford Sound is incredibly scenic, our first stop will be at Te Anau – the gateway to Milford Sounds, where you will have an opportunity to enjoy the stunning Mirror Lakes where on a calm day, the Earl Mountains can be seen reflected in the water.

Further down the road we will have a brief stop to experience Chasm Viewing Bridge  and take a short but impressive walk over footbridges and see a series of powerful, swirling waterfalls.

We will then continue our drive to Milford Sounds and explore it on a sightseeing cruise, where you will admire the amazing and beautiful sights of Milford Sound on a 1.5 hours scenic cruise. Explore one of world’s incredible natural wonders along with the fur seals, dolphins, penguins and Mitre Peak located at the summit of the sound, rising 1692 metres above sea level.

We then head back to Queenstown, allowing you to relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery in luxurious comfort.

Tour ends!

The scenic beauty of Milford Sound is hard to surpass. Joseph Rudyard Kipling (English journalist) called it the “Eighth wonder of the world” - many iconic New Zealand photographic images are from Milford Sound. 

The Sounds are located deep within Fiordland National Park – a part of the World Heritage site, on the remote southwest coast of New Zealand’s South Island.

Start early for the big day out…..

The road to Milford Sound is incredibly scenic, our first stop will be at Te Anau – the gateway to Milford Sounds, where you will have an opportunity to enjoy the stunning Mirror Lakes where on a calm day, the Earl Mountains can be seen reflected in the water.

Further down the road we will have a brief stop to experience Chasm Viewing Bridge  and take a short but impressive walk over footbridges and see a series of powerful, swirling waterfalls.

We will then continue our drive to Milford Sounds and explore it on a sightseeing cruise, where you will admire the amazing and beautiful sights of Milford Sound on a 1.5 hours scenic cruise. Explore one of world’s incredible natural wonders along with the fur seals, dolphins, penguins and Mitre Peak located at the summit of the sound, rising 1692 metres above sea level.

We then head back to Queenstown, allowing you to relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery in luxurious comfort.

Tour ends!

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Queenstown to Mt Cook Private Luxury Day Tour

Queenstown to Mt Cook Private Luxury Day Tour - Queenstown, New Zealand

Duration: 11 to 12 hrs
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$127.90

New Zealand's most noteworthy mountain, Mount Cook (Aoraki in Māori) towers 3,724 meters into the sky, giving a dazzling scenery to the wonderful Mount Cook National Park in the focal point of the South Island. Announced a World Heritage stop in 1986, it gloats more than thirty pinnacles 3,000 meters or higher ... More info ›

New Zealand's most noteworthy mountain, Mount Cook (Aoraki in Māori) towers 3,724 meters into the sky, giving a dazzling scenery to the wonderful Mount Cook National Park in the focal point of the South Island. Announced a World Heritage stop in 1986, it gloats more than thirty pinnacles 3,000 meters or higher. It likewise has five of New Zealand's biggest ice sheets, including the Tasman Glacier at 21km long. Picturesque flights over the recreation center give unparalleled perspectives of the Southern Alps. The district is additionally prestigious for its reasonable, starry evenings and was assigned a Dark Sky Reserve in 2012 – the first in the southern half of the globe and the world's biggest, including a 4300 km2 zone. 

Mount Cook / Aoraki (Maori Name)
Leave the busy city behind and get ready to explore New Zealand’s highest Mountain ranges named  Mount Cook/ Aoraki  located in the southern Alps of the South Island and experience the scenic sights of the breathtaking scenery region. 

On this scenic drive to Mt cook the first stop will be at Clay Cliffs in Omarama. The cliffs are geological wonder, which were discovered million years ago made of silt and gravel layers,  because of the river flowing from glaciers forming sharp pinnacles separated by narrow ravines. After the Cliff stop will make an impressive picture stop for experiencing the Lake Pukaki.

Lake which is famous for its unique milky turquoise colour and on the other side also serve the foreground for the Aoraki/Mt Cook the highest New Zealand Peak. On arriving the Mt cook village, different experience’s can be enjoyed depending on personal choice’s a local restaurant lunch or the photo spot, further on with a flow a short fine walk in Mount Cook Hooker Valley would impress you with stunning landscapes of the valley, lakes, glaciers and also depending on season could get chance to see Mount Cook Lily.
Activities Recommended:
-A scenic helicopter flight
-Tasman Glacier lake Boat Cruise 
On the drive back to Queenstown we can also get you to experience the freshest salmon in New Zealand  with brief scenic stop at TWIZEL.
From start to finish, this stunning visit features probably the most sensational sights in all of New Zealand. Amid each snapshot of the outing, there is something either intriguing or lovely to take home.

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Queenstown to Doubtful sounds Private Luxury Day Tour

Queenstown to Doubtful sounds Private Luxury Day Tour - Queenstown, New Zealand

Duration: 9 to 11 hrs
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$294.88

Sometimes called 'the Sound of Silence', there is a sequestered peacefulness inside Doubtful Sound that stands out from Milford Sound. The cove is rich in greenery, New Zealand Fur Seals and Fiordland Crested Penguins can be seen on a large number of the little islets at the passageway of the inlet ... More info ›

Sometimes called 'the Sound of Silence', there is a sequestered peacefulness inside Doubtful Sound that stands out from Milford Sound. The cove is rich in greenery, New Zealand Fur Seals and Fiordland Crested Penguins can be seen on a large number of the little islets at the passageway of the inlet.

At 421 meters profound, Doubtful is the most profound of the inlets and is long and twisting with three particular 'arms' and a few exceptional waterfalls in the region from Deep Cove to the untamed sea, a separation of around 40.4 kilometers.

The excellence and limitlessness of Doubtful Sound will blow your mind.

Taking you along the shores of Lake Wakatipu and through moving wide open to the serene township of Manapouri on the shores of Lake Manapouri.

A short voyage over the lake and afterward it's over Wilmot Pass, halting en route to encounter a portion of Fiordland's densest rainforest and to see the vivid high greenery gardens. On achieving Deep Cove, you will board your extensive sailboat for a journey that takes in the most emotional view of Doubtful Sound. You will be struck by its quiet – a hush broken just by birdsong, or perhaps the hurrying of a far off waterfall. A nitty gritty discourse is given and your captains will call attention to the features. Keep your eyes peeled for untamed life as you may experience bottlenose dolphins, hide seals and the uncommon Fiordland peaked penguin. An outing lunch is incorporated on board. After the voyage follow your means to Queenstown.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Lake Manapouri
  • Wilmot Pass
  • Doubtful Sound Wilderness Cruise

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Wanaka Private Day Tour

Wanaka Private Day Tour - Queenstown, New Zealand

Duration: 5 to 8 hrs
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

From USD
$92.37

“The Great Wanaka”

Wanaka region is located in the spectacular Southern Alps - in New Zealand. It is filled with amazing land forms and beautiful lakes, the natural beauty and this experience of Wanaka will be an unforgettable one

Wanaka region is located in the spectacular Southern Alps - in New Zealand ... More info ›

“The Great Wanaka”

Wanaka region is located in the spectacular Southern Alps - in New Zealand. It is filled with amazing land forms and beautiful lakes, the natural beauty and this experience of Wanaka will be an unforgettable one

Wanaka region is located in the spectacular Southern Alps - in New Zealand. It is filled with amazing land forms and beautiful lakes, the natural beauty and this experience of Wanaka will be an unforgettable one.

The day will start with an early morning pick up from your hotel and a drive towards Cardrona over the Crown Range. The route will include a stop for an amazing photo opportunity over-looking the Lake Wakatipu. 

We will then continue through Wanaka and make a stop at the Blue pools river located in the north of Makarora. A short walk through the silver beach/tahina to a swing-bridge overlooking the pools at the entrance of the blue river is certainty worth exploring. 

We then make a U turn and head to Wanaka, and visit the top attraction Puzzling World -  The Wonderful World of Weirdness. For over forty-five years Puzzling World has been messing with people’s heads no matter what age, nationality or experience. With a mix of bizarre buildings, rooms of illusion and the world-famous Great Maze this attraction is designed to baffle your brain and challenge your perceptions of reality.

We then head off to enjoy a picnic lunch by the lake or chose to have sit down lunch at a local café or restaurant - don’t miss to take photos of the famous Wanaka tree.

After lunch, 2e will now visit the Wanaka lavender farm and experience 10 acres of lush lavender fields.

On the way back to Queenstown, there will be another photo stop at the historic Cardrona Hotel which was established in 1863. This hotel is one of New Zealand’s oldest, iconic hotels and one of the two remaining buildings from the Cardrona Valley Gold Rush era, its rich history makes it a must see while in Central Otago. Famous Cardrona Ale is a must try, it is brewed in its very own brewery.

Tour ends!

We offer the flexibility to customise the Wanaka Private tour so that it is specifically designed for your needs.

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Private Full-Day Rotorua Tour from Auckland

Private Full-Day Rotorua Tour from Auckland - Auckland, New Zealand

Duration: Flexible
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

From USD
$333.96

Get ready to explore the amazing Rotorua. Rotorua is New Zealand's ultimate holiday destination for locals and overseas visitors ... More info ›

Get ready to explore the amazing Rotorua. Rotorua is New Zealand's ultimate holiday destination for locals and overseas visitors. Roto means lake and Rua means two – together, Rotorua means 'Second Lake'. A dream spot for sightseeing and a region steeped in Māori legend, history and culture. On this tour you will visit famous attractions such as the Pikirangi Maori Village, Kiwi House, and the Geothermal Valley. This is a tour including a driver and we can match your ideal itinerary or you can take our suggested. The tour does not include entrance fees.

Your private tour will begin with a pickup from your Auckland Hotel. From here, your chauffeur will take you on your way to Rotorua.

Along the way you will enjoy a brief stop at Matamata, famous for the Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Hobbiton. This town is also a thriving farming area known for horse breeding and training. We will continue on, passing by stunning landscapes and the dense forest of Mamaku Ranges before reaching Rotorua.

We then go to Te Puia to enjoy a traditional Maori welcome followed by a cultural show. Next, you will have a personalized, guided tour to the Pikirangi Maori Village. The Pikirangi Maori Village is a traditional Maori village settlement. Here you can witness the pre-European Maori society.

Following this, you will be taken to the Kiwi House, where you will come face to face with our amazing national bird and have an opportunity to learn more about them.

Once your Kiwi adventures are complete, you will be taken to the Geothermal Valley in Te Whakarewarewa. Explore the Mud Pools and the world famous geysers. Every day in the Te Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley geysers erupt, mud pools bubble and steam hisses.

You will then be taken to visit the Rotorua city center, where you will see the Government Gardens and Lake Front before visiting the stunning Green and Blue Lake. On the way, explore the famous Redwood Forest.

From here, you will have a choice to either relax in the world of a Polynesian Spa, experience more activities in the city, or Visit Wai o Taupo. After the tour is complete you will be taken back to your Auckland accommodation safely.

Please note this is a suggested itinerary and entrance fees are not included.

There is tremendous flexibility with this tour too, as a guide can be provided in the following languages for an additional flat rate: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish.

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