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New Zealand experiences with MoaTrek Small Group Tours


Looking for a taste of true kiwi hospitality? For those who want to experience the real New Zealand, MoaTrek small group tours offer relaxing holidays for seniors.

MoaTrek also has a sister brand MoaTours.  Although MoaTours are not published on our website we will be able to help you research the right departure for you.  Their tours range from 4 to 7 days in length and include all meals, sightseeing, entrance fees and activities.  The South Island tours also include return Auckland/Auckland airfares.  These are leisurely paced itineraries designed especially for the mature traveller and cater to international and New Zealand travellers alike. Is there somewhere you'd like to venture? Get in touch and see if we can help!

Family owned and operated MoaTrek started with a mother and sons dream in 1971.  Now a few more have joined the MoaTrek "family" including some wonderful knowledgable "Kiwi Guides". 

These guides lead every MoaTrek tour and are passionate about New Zealand and happy to share their knowledge. If you want to join one of these popular coach tours you'll travel in a small group made up of a maximum of 18 like-minded travellers, onboard a spacious and comfortable coach. Along the way, you'll stay in comfortable accommodations, experience great adventures and witness off-the-beaten-track gems only the kiwis know about. The tours include all breakfasts and a selection of unique lunch and dinner experiences.


You're in the right hands with this team. They know all the hidden gems, wildlife, history, nature and beautiful spots to stay near the ocean or mountains.

MoaTrek travellers come from all over the world but mostly the US, UK and Canada and 25% are travelling solo so if you don't fancy adventuring alone this could be the tour for you.

New Zealand Coach Tours have many MoaTrek tours on offer. To book an incredible experience or help choosing one that's right for you contact one of our expert consultants today.