Our New Zealand's Cultural and Heritage self drive tours celebrate ancient Maori history and people; our architecture, art and the culture of our small island nation. Find out what makes New Zealand unique in the world with a cultural Maori tour. And remember, all our tours are infinitely customisable free of charge. So, take a look, be inspired and then let us get your holiday started.
From ancient Maori cave paintings to 19th century Gold Rush towns, the South Island boasts a wealth of New Zealand history and culture. Step back in time with us to pan for gold in Arrowtown, explore New Zealand's only castle, and meander along Queenstown's Lake Wakatipu in a vintage steamship.
Immerse yourself in the heritage and culture of New Zealand's North Island with this fascinating 8 day itinerary. You'll visit a Maori village, tour a rare Art Deco city, discover New Zealand's birthplace, sail a historic island mail delivery route, marvel at our remarkable ancient Kauri trees as you explore the contrasts of this beautiful island to the fullest.
Explore the Islands of the upper North Island, swim in seas surrounded by golden sand beaches, soak up the culture and native wildlife. This trip is suitable for couples as well as families with young children. Experience thermal springs, Maori culture and beautiful nature reserves.
Indulge in a sensational 13 Day New Zealand food and wine tour that offers a variety of unspoiled landscapes combined with great New Zealand wine and food and accommodation and activities to enhance your whole experience.
New Zealand's Cultural and Heritage Tour celebrates the architecture, art, history, and culture of our Kiwi nation. Historic accommodation has been selected to provide a sense of place, and you'll visit landmark locations selected to invoke a sense of bygone eras that will both fascinate and delight. The itinerary is peppered with informative excursions to immerse you in Kiwi history and culture from the day you arrive.
Follow in the footsteps of the first Maori explorers. Visit living forests thousands of years older than the first New Zealanders. See how Maori and early European settlers came to live side by side, and how gold rush fever brought prosperity to our towns. All this and more, while you soak up some of the most beautiful scenery on Earth.