Haka Tours is an award winning operator offering superb tours aboard smaller coaches. With Haka, you'll enjoy a guided tour in a small group of between 8-12 people. And you'll visit many places the bigger buses can't reach.
For the adventure-minded, Haka's Snow Tours and Mountain Bike Tours offer exceptional value, with expert local guides to show you the trails.
Why Our Guests Love Haka Tours
Smaller groups make for a far better experience. With an average of 8-12 people on each tour, your journey feels more like a road trip with friends, rather than a bus ride with 50 strangers.
Haka's own upmarket hostels (Haka Lodges) are dotted throughout New Zealand. Along the way you might also stay at Aquapackers - an ex-navy marine boat in Abel Tasman or Te Nikau Retreat - cosy cottages set in the lush west coast rainforest. They seek out the absolute best accommodation possible in each location.
Passionate Kiwi tour manager
More than just drivers, Haka's super tour managers are very much the hero of your journey, giving you a unique guided tour of each stop. Because they don’t have to herd 50 passengers around all day, they have time to get to know and understand you.
Spontaneous exploration and secret surprises
The smaller group size means there's no need to follow a strict schedule. If the group feels like a long, lazy lunch then they can do just that. The small coach size allows access to remote beaches and waterfalls, places you never knew existed.
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