What makes a travel experience really special, something that brings a smile to your face for years and years afterwards? It's easy right, the people. No doubt you've done a bit of travel before, and the trips you remember best of all are those you made real connections with people. Well that's what we reckon too, we've all done heaps of travelling ourselves and if you ask us why we do what we do, it's because we love meeting new people and showing you around our home, New Zealand.
When you're talking about coming over to visit, you'll be chatting with Tanya, Tracy or Alisha - all true blue Kiwis, here to help you with any questions and make sure your MoaTrek experience is memorable from start to finish.
Your Kiwi Guides
Our team of Kiwi guides are all professionals and have had pretty interesting lives, they all believe the personal touch of our small group style travel is the best way to see our amazing country. You'll love hearing about Richard's childhood on a farm in the South Island, or Matt's years as a true blue West Coaster - getting to know these Kiwi characters makes your New Zealand vacation that much more special.
Our guides are backed up by a support team, all with decades of experience and people who love sharing their favourite Kiwi spots with you on your holiday.
The Office Team
Most of our guests' adventures start with a friendly chat with one of our office team, Tracy, Tanya, Alisha or Ena and as so many of our guests return for more trips you will get to know them really well. Our team is a group of passionate travel professionals, with decades working and travelling all over the world and now we are all so proud to be helping Kiwis experience the very best of our own wonderful country. Find out more about each of the team below.
Meet the whole MoaTrek Team
Meet the team, from our Kiwi Guides to the friendly team at home base, click on the pictures below to find out more about each of the team...
Ian is an experienced tour guide and motorsport enthusiast. He has worked on racing teams over the years.