Auckland City Tour - Small group morning tour

This Auckland City Highlights small group tour is a journey of discovery designed to explore the history and sights as well as see how Aucklander's live and play.

Pricing

Adult
$84.00
Child
$42.00
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About

Auckland is set on over 50 dormant volcanic cones and between two harbours. Known as the City of Sails, it is New Zealand’s largest and busiest city. This small group tour is the only scheduled Auckland sightseeing tour that includes a drive to the top of a volcanic cone.

After the pick up from your city accommodation we travel up Queen St, through Auckland’s central business district, past Auckland University and through the inner city park, known as The Domain.

We continue on through the picturesque suburb of Ponsonby, known for its historic buildings, before heading over the Harbour Bridge to the North Shore. You stroll on Narrow Neck Beach before driving up to the summit of Mt Victoria where there are stunning views back to the city.

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Physical address

PO Box 121007, Henderson, Auckland 0650, Waitakere, New Zealand.

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $84.00
Child
(11 year(s) and under)
$42.00
Cancellation policy:
Cancellation within 24 hours of tours incurs 100% cancellation fee.

Opening times

Business hours:
7.00am to 10.00pm
Months of operation:
All months of the year

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