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Looking for something special for your “Trip of a Lifetime”? The Kakapo is the most comprehensive three-week itinerary with all our favourite Kiwi holiday spots rolled into one unique tour. You’ll cover our country from north to south and see famous sights and treasures off the beaten track.
Starting from Queenstown discover the best of the south’s spectacular scenery, five national parks and the wild West Coast’s rainforests and seascapes. Cruise on Milford Sound and cap off the day with an unforgettable flight back over the Alps. From Wanaka head to Lake Matheson, Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers. Experience untouched Paparoa National Park and return over Arthur’s Pass to Christchurch.
Get to know Maori culture and Kiwi hospitality relaxing over private lunches with the locals. Stroll gentle trails through our National Parks and get close up to our scenic wonders from the volcanoes of the north to the breath-taking high country, lakes, fiords and coastline of the south. You’ll be amazed it’s all the same country.
Northland is idyllic and as the birthplace of New Zealand, Maori and early European history is around every corner. Cruise out on beautiful Hokianga Harbour and the Bay of Islands, favourite holiday spots for Kiwis. From ancient Kauri forests, white sandy beaches and sparkling blue sea to the local laid-back lifestyle, it's always got that holiday feeling.
Got two weeks in New Zealand and want to make them count? Then this is the trip for you. From Maori culture and the geothermal delights of Rotorua to visiting four national parks - Tongariro, Abel Tasman, Aoraki/Mount Cook and Fiordland. Enjoy an unforgettable day cruising on Milford Sound and take a spectacular scenic flight back over the alps to Queenstown.
The Far North is a land of ancient kauri forests, pristine coastlines and the beauty of the Hokianga and Bay of Islands. As the birthplace of the nation, the links to early Maori and European culture are clearly visible and you will hear many fascinating stories from our local guides. Discover geothermal Rotorua and explore Tongariro and Abel Tasman National Parks before reaching the magnificent alpine scenery of Aoraki/Mount Cook, Queenstown and Fiordland.
Start with a visit to Invercargill’s transport museums then fly to Stewart Island for two nights. From the island cruise across to Ulva Island bird sanctuary, a nature lover’s playground. Back on the mainland explore the stunning Catlins coastline and the albatross colony near Dunedin and Larnach Castle.
Stay in the heart of Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, cruise on Milford Sound and take a spectacular flight back over the Alps to Queenstown. From Wanaka, the Haast Pass leads to lush rainforests, Franz Josef Glacier, Okarito Lagoon and Punakaiki’s wild coastline.
*May, July & Sept departures may vary slightly due to seasonal availability.
Get a taste for New Zealand the way it used to be. Take the road less travelled around the stunning East Cape to Hicks Bay and on to Gisborne and Rotorua, enjoying local hospitality along the way.
Follow an eastward trail to the remote and primeval forests of Te Urewera to meet local guides and hear their stories. Mahia Peninsula is famous for surf breaks and rockets and Awakeri for rail carts to ride along the tracks. An "off the beaten track" true kiwi experience.