New Zealand has a large network of tour operators and guided tours are a great no-hassle way to travel. Tours can also be customised for your own group.
There’s also tour operators that you can work with to create a New Zealand holiday based on your interests and give you advice on where to go, things to see and places to stay. They’ll also make the bookings for you.
When you're in New Zealand, there are tours you can arrange on the day and i-SITE visitor centres are on-hand for advice and bookings too.
Sightseeing Tours: One day sightseeing tours are a great way to maximise your travel time. As well as seeing key sights and attractions, you’ll have the advantage of an informative commentary to expand your knowledge of New Zealand.
Guided Tours: There are real benefits to having a knowledgeable local show you around. Guided tours usually involve a small group following a customised, multi-day itinerary. Your guide does the driving, so you can relax.
Independent Tours: On an independent tour in New Zealand, you’re in the driver’s seat. The tour company assembles a detailed travel agenda that’s exactly to your tastes, and then lets you enjoy the freedom of a self-guided holiday.
Group Tours: Multi-day group tours can be excellent value for money, and lots of fun too. Whether you want to see the entire country, or just one region, group tour companies utilise a variety of popular itineraries.