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Things to Do in New Zealand

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To make sure you truly immerse yourself in the culture of New Zealand, we pack every single one of our tours to New Zealand with authentic experiences.

We've highlighted our favourite ones on each tour but here are just a few examples of what you can look forward to.

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  • Visit Fo Guang Temple

    Visit the tranquil Fo Guang Shan Buddhist temple, which has been designed in the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty. This temple is truly one of Auckland and New Zealand's hidden gems.

  • Walk Around Hamilton Gardens

    Take a walk through the wonderful themed gardens, including the recently completed Surrealist Garden. These award-winning gardens are set on 54 hectares of picturesque surrounds on the banks of the Waikato river.

  • Gaze At Huka Falls

    Admire the magnificent Huka Falls, Huka means "Foam" in the Maori language. These falls were created approximately 26,000 years ago when the narrowing of the Waikato canyon was created when the Oruanui eruption of Taupo Volcano took place.

  • Overnight On A Fiordland Cruise

    This wilderness cruise is perfect for travellers who want to dive into a remote corner of New Zealand and encounter its scenery, wildlife, and nature in utter seclusion away from the tourist circuit. It's a one-night experience that you will never forget.

  • Lunch At New Zealand's Only castle, Lanarch Castle

    Discover New Zealand's only castle, built in 1871 by William Larnach, merchant baron and politician, for his beloved first wife Eliza. Enjoy a meal in the grand dining rooms of the castle.

  • Mount Cook: Glacier Tour

    Experience the Glacier Explorers tour to Mt Cook terminal lake. This lovely half hour alpine walk through the National Park will be a highlight for any South Island trip plus you will also take a short boat ride amongst icebergs of all shapes and sizes, to view the Tasman Glacier ice face.