Do you have two to three weeks to spend in New Zealand? Well, the good news is you can fit a lot into a 2 week itinerary. With the help of our expert Kiwi guides our 14 - 21 day group tours take you to the main attractions on the North Island like Auckland, Rotorua and Wellington. And down to the South island to the beauty of our many National Parks like Abel Tasman and who could forget Fiordland, home to Milford Sound, the jewel in the crown.
So take a look at our tours below and don’t forget, you can personalize your New Zealand tour with those bucket list items you simply must do.
The ultimate New Zealand small group itinerary, this is the very best of our country. Milford Sound, Queenstown, Mt Cook, Abel Tasman, Tongariro, Rotorua, the Bay of Islands and a few more surprises. Small friendly groups led by our expert Kiwi Guides.
The best of both islands, all the spots we loved to visit as kids. From Rotorua and Tongariro National Park in the North and Abel Tasman, Milford Sound and Mt Cook in the South. All the comforts of home and unforgettable experiences every day.
The best Kiwi holiday spots in the North and South Islands. Our best national parks - Tongariro, Abel Tasman, Mt Cook, Fiordland and Milford Sound. Our small groups are like travelling with friends with the comforts of home every night.
Visiting New Zealand for 2 weeks? Then our 12 day 'Kiwi' tour is for you. All the spots on your bucket list - Rotorua, Tongariro, Abel Tasman, Mt Cook, Milford Sound and Queenstown. Relaxed small group travel, enjoy lots of laughs with new friends!
Travel through a picture book of Te Wai Pounamu, the stunning South Island. Queenstown, Milford Sound by air, explore Wanaka, Glacier Country and the West Coast. Special off the beaten track spots like Glenorchy and Okarito, our favourites!
Find out why Aucklanders love Northland's beaches, bays and sunshine. Tane Mahuta, Hokianga, Waitangi and the Bay of Islands, journey through the pages of our history. A short escape to whet your appetite for New Zealand's North Island!