New Zealand Adventure Tours And Trips To New Zealand
Inspirational reflections come naturally on this walking tour in New Zealand among the South Island’s mountain-backed lakes and blue-green bays. With 4,000-foot granite walls, Milford Sound is a dramatic meeting of mountains and sea. On our overnight cruise, we glide past waterfalls out to the edge of the Tasman Sea and explore by kayak or small craft, keeping an eye out for the dolphins who frequent these waters. Depart on Day 13 via Queenstown, or join our extension to Auckland and beyond on the North Island.
Your New Zealand Trails Guides are highly experienced outdoors professionals who are first aid qualified and fully equipped with a satellite phone, personal locator beacon and first aid kit. Our trip leaders have access to our operations team, as well as other services, 24 hours a days. One last adventure ‘only in New Zealand” has been saved for this morning: a chance to see Hector’s dolphins. These dolphins are the smallest and most rarest in the world. Whether you choose to swim with them or watch from the boat, this promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
There’s really no bad time to visit, depending on things you’d like to do. Fall is from March-May and it’s one of the best times to visit. The weather is pleasant, the crowds are gone, prices are lower and the weather is better. Car sharing – Car sharing is a popular option for travelers who want to save money. All you have to do is pay for gas. Apps like CarpoolWorld and Thumbs Up NZ are also great resources.
A “luxury” budget of around 395 NZD a day or more will get you a nice hotel, any activities you want, wine tours, private guides, delicious meals out, and the best the country has to offer. Wildland Trekking trips are all-inclusive, so you can focus 100% on enjoying your international trekking experience. We pick you up from the airport, arrange all meals and accommodation, and drop you off at the airport the last day. It can be difficult to plan for international travel efficiently and find the best activities and destinations.
Hitchhiking – It’s easy to hitchhike in New Zealand, and it’s one way to get around. Additionally, you can just ask around at any hostel and find a ride. Because you’re never more than 80 miles from the ocean in New Zealand, “awash” is a fitting word. Read more about Private tours and travel across NZ here. Eighty million years ago, this land of thick forests and glacier-dotted fjords sheared off from the ancient supercontinent of Gondwana. Head out for an orientation walk with your CEO before enjoying a few hours to explore the city.
- With 4,000-foot granite walls, Milford Sound is a dramatic meeting of mountains and sea.
- Non-camping journeys, optional walks, little elevation gain or loss.
- healthcare system is excellent.
- 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.