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North Island
Departing from
Auckland
Just less than an hour north of Auckland City is the small town of Matakana, full of wine, art, food, country lifestyle and beautiful beaches; simply a great destination to visit anytime of the year. Experience the best of Matakana on a private luxury tour with us.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Nelson
Ride on horseback through verdant West Coast native bush as you gaze up at 300-foot-high limestone cliffs or stroll your horse through the fresh West Coast surf to view the magnificence of the Pancake Rocks. These are invigorating and enjoyable horse riding in a natural and safe environment suited to all levels of riders.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
This spectacular region is best seen in multiple ways, by coach, on the water and by foot. Enjoy a small group day excursion into Milford Sound. This tour includes a cruise deep into the fiord and select from one of a series of short walks with a local nature guide.
Location
North Island
Departing from
Auckland

When you ride at Pakiri Beach you will experience the freedom of this iconic New Zealand location by horseback. These rides cover everything from a relaxed one hour outing to a full day or even longer.

All these rides enjoy fantastic vistas along the pristine sands of Pakiri Beach and continue through the dunes with breath taking views to the coastal islands. You will ride through groves of ancient Pohutukawa trees, which are ablaze with red flowers in summer. And follow a track through native bush and Nikau palms.

From $69
per person
Location
North Island
The most convenient and rewarding way to do the crossing is as part of a small group guided tour. This way you get to learn the most about this amazing environment and have your safety taken care of by your expert guide. Having a guide is especially important on this walk, as the crossing is very exposed to weather conditions, which can change from warm sun to heavy snow in a very short time.
From $255
per person
Location
South Island
Departing from
Christchurch
Discover Arthur's Pass National Park on this one day tour from Christchurch including one of the most scenic train journey in the world - The TranzAlpine. This 3-4 hour guided walk offers a fantastic insight into New Zealand's high country and the unique flora and fauna located here.
From $370
per person
Location
South Island
Two full days of guided kayaking in the pristine wilderness of the unspoilt Sound of Silence, home to fur seals, bottlenose dolphins, crested penguins plus overnight camping in the ancient podocarp forest with its native birds and lush tree ferns.
From $411
per person
Location
North Island
Finally there is a dedicated live-aboard vessel for diving the Poor Knights and beyond. The Poorknights live-aboard is 24m (78 feet) kauri built launch with comfortable accommodation, spacious saloon, and well equipped galley. Her covered back deck offers a high level of diving convenience and has been designed to suit the needs of divers and photographers.
From $795
per person
Location
North Island
Departing from
Auckland
2 days of superb beach and forest riding, overnight in a private beach cabin or lake chalet, superb riding along miles of white sand ocean beach through forest and native bush and enjoy amazing views from a coastal headland.
From $1499
per person
Location
North Island
The upper Mohaka expedition allows you to discover beautiful New Zealand native forest, clear water, and natural thermal hot springs surrounded by New Zealand’s unique geography. Unwind in a natural thermal bath. Raft, float, swim, fish, go for a tramp or sit back and relax down the river on this 3 day trip.
Location
North Island
This 3 Day Sea Kayaking Tour is the Ultimate Mix of Adventure and Relaxation. Along the way we have plenty of time for exploring the Islands numerous caves and reefs, snorkeling (gear supplied) with the fish or even a spot of fishing. There are always Dolphins in the Bay of Islands and we often get to see them up close and in season even Whales.
Location
North Island
Hawkes Bay has a proud tradition as the horticultural centre of New Zealand. Fresh produce is the backbone of the region, playing a major part in the regional economy. This tour embraces the artisan food producers and local wine makers.
Price on Application
Location
South Island
Departing from
Nelson
Relax… everything is organized. Step on board and immerse yourself fully into the wonder that is the Abel Tasman National Park. Home is a large comfortable catamaran, and your meals, activities, and transport are all catered for – every night you stay in another magical place - We call this a holiday within a holiday.
Price on Application
Location
South Island
The Queen Charlotte Track is a 70km 44 (mi) single track stretching from Ship Cove to Anakiwa. The Queen Charlotte Track is renowned for its stunning scenery, comfortable lodge accommodation and, best of all, the pack-carrying service that everyone can enjoy. The terrain can be rough in places and some sections quite steep.. but what a beautiful ride!
Location
South Island
Finally, you can do it all in just three days. On the Ultimate Sounds Adventure, spend one day hiking, one day sea kayaking and one day mountain biking. Take in the beauty and magic as you travel the length of the Queen Charlotte Track in the Marlborough Sounds.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
The walk of a lifetime ‘The Routeburn Track’ this self-guided hike gives you the freedom to take your time and truly experience the magnificence that make this walk truly outstanding. Combining the best of Mt Aspiring National Park and Fiordland National Park this is as close to nature as it gets. Experience lush beech-forested valleys, towering Alps, pristine alpine lakes and rivers.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
The Hump Ridge Track is a 3 day / 2 night, 62km (39 mile) circuit hike and is situated at the very bottom of New Zealand - and you need to be fit! It climbs high up on to the Hump Ridge and to the comfortable Okaka Lodge at 890 meters (2,920 feet), A scenic loop track amidst sandstone tors and mountain tarns at the very pinnacle of the ridge offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Stewart Island
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
This 3 day action-packed rafting experience takes you into one of the most remote areas of New Zealand for one of the world’s greatest wilderness river runs. Traverse some of New Zealand's most remote and untouched alpine scenery, then raft down the Landsborough River as it flows from Mt Cook National Park to the Haast River in South Westland.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
Bike the Otago Central Rail Trail and immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and rich history of this region. The Rail Trail follows the former railway line from Clyde to Middlemarch which once linked the Otago goldfields to Dunedin. These supported tours all you to cycle as much or as little as you like, plus gives you the opportunity to explore beyond the trail if you choose.
Location
South Island
Departing from
Nelson
The Abel Tasman is a place where beech forests give way to golden sands; seals play in warm crystal-clear waters and no one seems to have a care in the world. Cross over historic viaducts (bridges) in the heart very unique native forest.
From $400
per person
Location
North Island
Departing from
Auckland
Join our friendly crew and experience the Bay of Islands Maritime Park on a 3 day / 2 night coastal exploration aboard the 72ft SV Manawanui. The emphasis of our cruises lies on the appreciation of the marine environment and the outdoors in a relaxed, down to earth atmosphere.
From $725
per person
Location
South Island
The Tekapo High Country Trek is a 3-day guided alpine hike through open tussock country above Lake Tekapo, with panoramic views of the Southern Alps and the Mackenzie Basin. The area is famed for its exceptionally clear skies and intense light, highlighting the turquoise-blue glacial lakes, golden grasses, and white snow-capped peaks.
From $890
per person
Location
South Island
Aoraki Mount Cook National Park offers New Zealand's most spectacular alpine scenery. With all but one of its 29 peaks over 3000m, it is New Zealand's climbing mecca. Most peaks are accessible only to experienced mountaineers. However, hiking or trekking is possible close to Mount Cook on the guided Ball Pass Trek, in the company of experienced mountain guides. A High level of Fitness Required
From $1160
per person
Location
South Island
Escape on an island adventure, the Rakiura Track is a 32-kilometre (20 mi) circular hiking track on the remote Stewart Island. On this great walk listen to birdsong, stroll along isolated beach’s and experience scenery that has barely changed in a thousand years.
From $1315
per person
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
Hiking through ancient native beech and podocarp forest, above the tree line and among beautiful mountains the native birdlife is abundant and fantails, robins, parakeet, yellowhead, bellbird and the worlds only alpine parrot the ‘cheeky’ kea can be both seen and heard in these dense forests on the way.
From $1375
per person
Location
South Island
You may choose to kayak sections or even take a day out relaxing on the beach. Having both kayaking and hiking guides, a selection of purpose built boats, and beachfront lodges allows us to give you the opportunity to do what you want to do - or even change your mind.
From $1540
per person
Location
South Island
Departing from
Queenstown
This is an easygoing, low altitude three day walk through the beautiful Hollyford Valley. Step into a dramatic wilderness valley and enter a lost world that hasn’t changed in thousands of years. The scenery here is geologically spectacular and ever-changing. Snow-capped mountains tower over lush rainforests, rivers, glaciers and waterfalls. 
From $1895
per person
Location
North Island
Dramatic is the term used to describe the alpine and volcanic landscapes of the World Heritage Area that is Tongariro National Park. During this small group hiking adventure you will be accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide as you hike the famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing and the Mount Ruapehu Crater Lake. A fascinating cultural history combined with volcanic wastelands, wild rivers, breath-taking lunar like landscapes, native forest and alpine meadows.