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Heli Hiking Franz Josef

Heli Hiking Franz Josef - Franz Josef, New Zealand
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Franz Josef, New Zealand

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$312.45

Combine a scenic helicopter flight over Franz Josef Glacier with a 2-hour guided walk on glacial terrain during this exhilarating tour from Franz Josef. Find out why New Zealand's South Island is famous for its gorgeous landscapes as you follow an experienced guide past ice caves, crevasses and pinnacles ... More info ›

Combine a scenic helicopter flight over Franz Josef Glacier with a 2-hour guided walk on glacial terrain during this exhilarating tour from Franz Josef. Find out why New Zealand's South Island is famous for its gorgeous landscapes as you follow an experienced guide past ice caves, crevasses and pinnacles. Learn about glacier formation and movement, and enjoy supreme panoramic views. Choose from seasonal departure times to suit your schedule.

After meeting your guide and being fitted for all of your provided equipment, your Franz Josef Glacier adventure starts with a thrilling helicopter ride from the helicopter base in town up to the ice. With its ability to hover over stunning landscapes and provide access to remote areas, a helicopter flight is the ultimate way to see the 7.5-mile-long (12 km) glacier at the top of New Zealand's Southern Alps.

Soar right by towering peaks, over deep crevasses and past sparkling waterways. Admire the pristine blue color of the ice, and land high up on the glacier between two icefalls, where your 2-hour guided hike begins. Follow your experienced guide into the spectacular icefall terrain, usually seen only by skilled mountaineers.

Climb in and around ice caves, see dramatic pinnacles and seracs, and learn about the history and current conditions of the Franz Josef Glacier. Enjoy amazing photo ops of this unique landscape, and then re-board the helicopter for the ride back to town.

Safety and helicopters:

The local tour operator has an excellent safety record, practices rigid assessments and uses exclusive high-quality equipment. Your safety and enjoyment come first.

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The fleet of modern Airbus helicopters specifically configured for flying in New Zealand's outstanding National Parks, glaciers, lakes, mountains and valleys. The Helicopter Line has the highest levels of Civil Aviation Authority certification for scenic helicopter operations, this involves regular monitoring and audit of all aspects of the operations.

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Waitomo Caves and Rotorua Attractions Full Day Tour from Auckland

Waitomo Caves and Rotorua Attractions Full Day Tour from Auckland  - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 13 hours
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

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$222.26

This full day sightseeing tour has it all! Discover some of the best things to see in New Zealand on this one-day sightseeing tour from Auckland to Waitomo and Rotorua; marvel at the famous glowworm caves, see the bubbling mud pools and geysers that make up Rotorua geothermal activity and enjoy a unique New Zealand farm experience. Be sure to soak up the views en route and choose to end your tour in Rotorua or return to Auckland.

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Stop At: GreatSights, 102 Hobson Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010 New Zealand

Leaving Auckland in the morning, we travel through lush farmland of the Waikato and King County regions ... More info ›

This full day sightseeing tour has it all! Discover some of the best things to see in New Zealand on this one-day sightseeing tour from Auckland to Waitomo and Rotorua; marvel at the famous glowworm caves, see the bubbling mud pools and geysers that make up Rotorua geothermal activity and enjoy a unique New Zealand farm experience. Be sure to soak up the views en route and choose to end your tour in Rotorua or return to Auckland.

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Stop At: GreatSights, 102 Hobson Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010 New Zealand

Leaving Auckland in the morning, we travel through lush farmland of the Waikato and King County regions. On board commentary the history and points of interest will be provided by your experienced local driver

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Waitomo Glowworm Caves, 39 Waitomo Village Road, Waitomo Caves 3943 New Zealand

On arrrival atthe world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, take a 45-minute guided tour through impressive underground caverns and learn how stalactites, stalagmites and other limestone structures were formed over millions of years. Your tour includes a boat ride through the Glowworm Grotto - glide silently along an underground river as you gaze at the twinkling glowworms overhead.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Agrodome, 141 Western Rd, Ngongotaha, Rotorua 3010 New Zealand

Visit the Agrodome on the outskirts of Rotorua and take a tour of an organic working farm in all terrain vehicles. Get an insight into farming life in New Zealand as you see sheep-shearers in action and view a live sheep dog trial. You will the chance to hand-feed the animals, drive through an organic orchard and watch a sheep being shorn.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Te Puia, Hemo Road, Rotorua New Zealand

At the conclusion of the Agrodome tour, we make our way to Te Puia, one of New Zealand's foremost cultural venues. At Te Puia's marae (meeting house) you will receive a traditional welcome and be invited to experience a Māori cultural performance, in which ancient and modern stories are told through song, dance, poi and stick games. You'll gain an understanding of this unique culture and its history and be thoroughly entertained by the talented and charismatic performers. Next, venture into a landscape unlike any other you will encounter bubbling mudpools and stunning active geysers. The Pohutu geysers unleash vapour jets up to 30 metres high. See the site of the ancient Te Puia pa (fortified village) and, at Pikirangi village find out how Maori lived hundreds of years ago. After your full day Waitomo and Rotorua tour, board the coach for the return journey to Auckland. A delicious afternoon snack, including traditional Māori rewana bread, can be enjoyed en route.

Duration: 1 hour

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Milford Sound Coach Tour with Lunch from Queenstown

Milford Sound Coach Tour with Lunch from Queenstown - Queenstown, New Zealand
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Duration: 12 hours 30 minutes
Location: Queenstown, New Zealand

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$159.12

Discover one of the best things to do in South Island New Zealand as you embark on a full-day trip from Queenstown to Milford Sound. You'll travel through Fiordland on a luxury coach tour before continuing to explore via a renowned Milford Sound cruise, enjoying a buffet lunch on board ... More info ›

Discover one of the best things to do in South Island New Zealand as you embark on a full-day trip from Queenstown to Milford Sound. You'll travel through Fiordland on a luxury coach tour before continuing to explore via a renowned Milford Sound cruise, enjoying a buffet lunch on board. Join us for an unforgettable day in Fiordland National Park!

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Stop At: GreatSights, Carpark 9-11 Athol Street, Queenstown 9300 New Zealand

Tour departs from this location

Duration: 1 minute

Pass By: Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown New Zealand

oLake Wakatipu is the longest lake in New Zealand and the third largest. Wakatipu is a Maori word meaning, ‘Hollow of the Demon’. The lake has an unusual rhythmic rise and fall in the water level, approximately 12cm every 5 minutes. In Maori legend this strange rhythmic rise and fall of the water level, is said to be the beating heart of a monster from the deep depths of the lake.

Stop At: Kiwi Country, Town Centre, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9600 New Zealand

Te Anau is known as the Walking Capital of the World. The mountains to the left are the Kepler Mountains, home of the Kepler Track, one of the popular walking tracks in the area. Te Anau is the gateway to Milford Sound and the Fiordland National Park. The town has a permanent population of approximately 2,500 people but this fluctuates greatly in summer when the town gets an influx of fishermen, hunters, outdoor pursuit seekers and holiday makers. It’s a popular holiday destination. We stop here for morning & afternoon breaks and comfort stops.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Eglinton Valley, Milford Sound New Zealand

Eglington Valley is named by Quintin MacKinnon, who named the valley after the Earl of Eglington of Scotland. We will be following the Eglington River whose source is the small lake of Lake Fergus, which is situated in the Main Divide of the Southern Alps. The glacial valley of the Eglington is not only a truly magnificent place for photos, but also a perfect place to put the size of this valley into perspective. The distance from this road to the base of the tree-line; out to the left is 2.4km. An extremely large glacier was responsible for clearing out this valley thousands of years ago. Everything in this region is huge so it is very easy to lose perspective of this as we travel through the mountains

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Mirror Lakes Walk, Milford Road,, Fiordland National Park New Zealand

Mirror Lakes where most of the time the nearby mountains are reflected in the lakes. Being small, the lakes have less chance of being roughened by the winds compared to their larger counterparts and the large quantity of tannins leached from the soil into the waters give these lakes a much clearer mirror effect than many of the other lakes in the region. It is here you have the opportunity to walk along a boardwalk listening for Bellbirds and Tui’s which are protected native birds, whilst watching Black Scaups dive for food on the bottom of the lake between the various species of beech trees. These forests are said to be 135 million years old. We will drop you off at one end of the walkway and you can re-join the coach in 10 minutes at the far end of the board walk if you wish to go for a walk.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Knobs Flat, Fiordland National Park 9679, New Zealand

Knobs Flat is the camp or home for the road workers who spend 365 days a year ensuring the road is maintained and safe for travel, especially during autumn, winter and early spring; this is essential due to avalanche risks. The Earl Mountain Range is off to our left, in the distance is the Eglington River and the Livingstone Mountains are on our right. Knobs Flat takes its name from the glacial hillocks that protrude up from the valley like sand dunes as a reminder of glacial windblown moraine. In the forest areas around here you will often see pink, blue and orange ribbons attached to trees. These are markers; part of the Department of Conservation eradication programmes

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Mitre Peak, Fiordland National Park New Zealand

Located on the shore of Milford Sound. It is one of the most photographed peaks in the country. Part of the reason for its iconic status is its location. Close to the shore of Milford Sound, in the Fiordland National Park in the southwestern South Island, it is a stunning sight. The mountain rises near vertically to 5,560 feet (1,690 m), i.e. just over a mile, from the water of Milford Sound, which technically is a fjord. The peak is actually a closely grouped set of five peaks, with Mitre Peak not even the tallest one, however from most easily accessible viewpoints, Mitre Peak appears as a single point. Milford Sound is part of Te Wahipounamu, a World Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO.

Pass By: Homer Tunnel, 94 S.h., Milford Sound New Zealand

As we head up towards the Homer Tunnel, on the right hand side you can see the remains of a camp including the oven in which the meals and bread were cooked. The shed to the left was designed to house the snow plough and was built in 1983. After its construction it was found that the doorway had not been made wide enough and the plough was not able to be housed there. It is now kept at the camp at Knobs Flat. The building today is known as the Chapel as it is one of the few areas of this region that has never been affected by avalanche.

Stop At: Monkey Creek, Milford Sound New Zealand

Monkey Creek is named after one of three Government employees entrusted yearly to camp here and find a path through the mountains. Eventually his monkey like climbing skills allowed him to find a path, which though not particularly safe, was used for many years for guided walking tours. It is here we have the opportunity to drink the water or full your water bottles. Because this water is flowing directly from the mountains it is one of the few remaining places it is safe to taste fresh water without contamination and you realise without chemicals doesn’t really have a taste but is extremely refreshing. Be careful filling your water bottles because the water is very cold. Also don’t be surprised if a Kea or two drop in to say hello!

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Milford Sound, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9679 New Zealand

Our Premium Cruise vessel has been specifically designed to capture the views of Milford Sound with its unique glass roof and large viewing decks. The ‘Gem of the Sound’ offers an outstanding experience never seen in Milford Sound with an exceptional level of comfort and hospitality. A selection of snacks and noodles can be purchased on board along with a wide range of drinks from New Zealand and around the world. Visit the stunning Milford Sound on board an equally premium vessel that will look after you and your unique experience.

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes

Stop At: Kiwi Country, Town Centre, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9600 New Zealand

Te Anau is known as the Walking Capital of the World. The mountains to the left are the Kepler Mountains, home of the Kepler Track, one of the popular walking tracks in the area. Te Anau is the gateway to Milford Sound and the Fiordland National Park. The town has a permanent population of approximately 2,500 people but this fluctuates greatly in summer when the town gets an influx of fishermen, hunters, outdoor pursuit seekers and holiday makers. It’s a popular holiday destination. We stop here for morning & afternoon breaks and comfort stops.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Rotorua Maori Hangi Dinner and Performance

Rotorua Maori Hangi Dinner and Performance - Rotorua, New Zealand
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Rotorua, New Zealand

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$83.75

Complete your adventure through Rotorua with a traditional Maori "hangi" feast. You'll travel by coach to Tamaki Maori Village where your local guide will escort you on a cultural journey to the "marae" (Maori village), the life force of New Zealand's indigenous people ... More info ›

Complete your adventure through Rotorua with a traditional Maori "hangi" feast. You'll travel by coach to Tamaki Maori Village where your local guide will escort you on a cultural journey to the "marae" (Maori village), the life force of New Zealand's indigenous people. Take the opportunity to engage in an evening of local customs including a traditional Maori dinner feast.

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Stop At: Tamaki Maori Village, 1220 Hinemaru St, Rotorua 3010 New Zealand

Your journey through time unfolds when your coach travels to a pre-European village set deep within the forest, 15 minutes from Rotorua. Let this 3.5-hour tour and your imagination take over as your guide instructs you on the protocol for visiting the marae. A chief is selected, a song is learnt and the eerie cry of the welcome is heard before you enter the world of the proud warriors of the ancient Maori.

You will experience the powhiri (welcome ceremony) before you enter the village, with crackling open fires in front of traditional whare (houses). You'll hear traditional Maori instruments and watch the daily activities of days gone by. In the wharenui (meeting house), a Rangiatea culture group offers a powerful display of haka song and dance. Then, as new friendships are forged, dine on a traditional hangi feast, where the food is cooked slowly beneath the ground in earth ovens.

This is an amazing re-enactment based on actual events from history, with real characters, traditional arts and crafts, powerful song and dance while enjoying an authentic Hangi feast.

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

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Milford Sound Mariner Overnight Cruise

Milford Sound Mariner Overnight Cruise - Milford Sound, New Zealand
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Milford Sound, New Zealand

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$246.09

An overnight cruise amidst spectacular Milford Sound, is a once in a lifetime experience. While on board the Milford Mariner you will cruise the full length of this spectacular fiord before anchoring for the night in sheltered Harrison Cove.

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Day 1: Overnight in Milford Sound

Pass By: Milford Sound, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9679 New Zealand
An overnight cruise of Milford Sound is the ultimate way to experience the fiord ... More info ›

An overnight cruise amidst spectacular Milford Sound, is a once in a lifetime experience. While on board the Milford Mariner you will cruise the full length of this spectacular fiord before anchoring for the night in sheltered Harrison Cove.

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Day 1: Overnight in Milford Sound

Pass By: Milford Sound, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9679 New Zealand
An overnight cruise of Milford Sound is the ultimate way to experience the fiord.

Pass By: Mitre Peak, Fiordland National Park New Zealand
Cruise past the impressive Mitre Peak whilst looking out for wildlife and enjoying an informative commentary from your onboard nature guide.

Meals included:
• Dinner: Enjoy a 3 course buffet dinner.
Accommodation included: Spend the evening in your own private cabin.

Day 2: Breakfast aboard the Mariner before departure

Stop At: Milford Sound, Te Anau, Fiordland National Park 9679 New Zealand
Spend the morning cruising leisurely back through Milford Sound to your departure point.
Duration: 4 hours

Pass By: Mitre Peak, Fiordland National Park New Zealand
Cruise past Mitre Peak

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Cooked and continental breakfast available.
No accommodation included on this day.

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Auckland Hop-on Hop-off Tour + Free Ferry

Auckland Hop-on Hop-off Tour + Free Ferry  - Auckland, New Zealand
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Auckland, New Zealand

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$28.99

Experience the best things to see in Auckland with a 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket! Enjoy exploring Auckland at your own pace on two different tour routes, each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Discover the historic suburb of Devonport, tree lined streets, picturesque beaches and fashionable shopping districts ... More info ›

Experience the best things to see in Auckland with a 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket! Enjoy exploring Auckland at your own pace on two different tour routes, each taking approximately 1 hour to complete. Discover the historic suburb of Devonport, tree lined streets, picturesque beaches and fashionable shopping districts. With a complimentary return ferry ride from downtown, the Auckland Explorer Bus is a great way to navigate your way around New Zealand’s largest city.

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Red Tour

Route Duration: 1 day

Stops on the Red Tour:
  • Viaduct Basin - Corner of Hobson Street & Quay Street, under Philips sign
  • 15 Hapimana St - Bastion Point Lookout
  • 23 Tamaki Dr - SEA LIFE Kelly Tarlton's
  • 85 Gladstone Rd - Parnell Rose Gardens
  • Holy Trinity Cathedral
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum
  • 279 Parnell Rd
  • 227 Queen St
  • SkyCity Auckland
Attractions on the Red Tour:

SkyTower / Auckland War Memorial Museum / Hauraki Gulf / Holy Trinity Cathedral / Bastion Point / Princes Wharf

Operates: First bus departs at 9:00am and last bus departs at 4.00pm October - April, buses have a 20 minute frequency May - September, buses have a 30 minute frequency

Bus Tour

Route Duration: 1 day

Stops on the Bus Tour :
  • Auckland War Memorial Museum - Interchange for Red & Blue tours
  • Kiosk Road - Wintergardens
  • 24 Omana Ave - Eden Garden
  • Walt's Real Fruit Ice Cream - Mount Eden / Maugawhau
  • Westfield St Lukes
  • Auckland Zoo
  • Great North Rd/MOTAT
Attractions on the Bus Tour :

Eden Park / Western Springs Lakeside Park

Operates: First bus departs at 9:30am and last bus departs at 3.30pm October - April, buses have a 20 minute frequency May - September, buses have a 30 minute frequency

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