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  1. Ball Pass Trek

    Ball Pass Trek

    Follow in the footsteps of pioneer climbers, including Sir Edmund Hillary as you climb up towards Ball Pass. Savour views of the full length of the Tasman Glacier and its surrounding 3000m peaks. Be awed while watching ice avalanches thunder down the Caroline Face, as you relax in the safety of Caroline Hut. Watch the sun rise and set on Aoraki and Mt Tasman, New Zealand's highest mountains. Participants need to have had lots of overnight hiking experience, be sure-footed and very fit to tackle the steep, rugged terrain. Professional guides outfit you with the necessary gear (including crampons and ice-axe) and take care of the cooking. They will teach you basic mountaineering skills and...
  2. Banks Peninsula Wine Tour

    Banks Peninsula Wine Tour

    Spend some time with us on a scenic drive around the inner coast of Akaroa Harbor extinct volcano to visit some of Akaroa’s award winning local producers. Taste Akaroa's award winning boutique wines and produces while stopping along the way at magical view points with our knowledgeable guides sharing stories of our local history, from the geology, land and ocean to Maori history and the original French settlers and how they planted their first vines in this unique terroir. Enjoy wine tasting with delicious locally made seasonal accompaniments from our local producers which we will visit along the way and learn all about their savoir-faire. We can also create vegan and gluten free options...
  3. Benlea Sheep and Cattle Farm Tours

    Benlea Sheep and Cattle Farm Tours

    Guests will enjoy a two hour tour through an authentic, family-run sheep and cattle farm, followed by a hot drink and delicious home baking. See how everyday life is on a farm. You will get to meet the animals up close, go inside a wool shed, meet our main working dogs as well as have some spectacular photo opportunities as we take you to some of the most beautiful spots on the farm. You will get a running commentary of how a real farm in New Zealand works, how we raise and care for our animals, not to mention getting to have incredible view of New Zealand all to yourself. After a delicious morning/afternoon tea, you will get the opportunity to meet our gorgeous pet sheep and...
  4. BeSpoke Bike Tours, Lake Tekapo

    BeSpoke Bike Tours, Lake Tekapo

    Tekapo Trails offers a variety of rides for all ages and abilities, cycle trails taking in a spectacular landscape. The trails around Tekapo include trails suitable for family rides, E bike options, and full suspension rides. You’ll find plenty of flow and fun tracks in the Lake Tekapo Regional Park, as well as mountain bike trails on local working high country stations. BeSpoke Bikes can advise you on the trails suited to your needs, age, and ability.
  5. Big Rock Adventures

    Big Rock Adventures

    Tours run during summer and start from Christchurch, Geraldine, Lake Tekapo and Arthur's Pass. If you are looking for adventure from Christchurch then a half day excursion through Tui Canyon is a perfect option for those short on time, but still wanting to get as much value as possible. 9am and 2pm start times allow flexibility with a pick up and drop off service available. The full day adventure into Kaumira Canyon (ChCh, Geraldine and Lake Tekapo) starts with a scenic 4WD ride through a hill country farm taking in views along the Alps and out over the ocean. Once in the water, we descend down two canyons with more jumps, slides, ziplines and abseils than any other canyoning tour in...
  6. Bill Peach Journeys - New Zealand Coastal Explorer

    Bill Peach Journeys - New Zealand Coastal Explorer

    Join Bill Peach Journeys to discover the breathtaking vistas offered on New Zealand’s South Island coast. With the Pacific Ocean lapping on one side & the Kaikoura ranges rising majestically on the other, the Coastal Pacific is undoubtedly one of the world’s most picturesque rail journeys. As the train skirts around secluded bays & across isolated beaches, have your camera ready as words cannot express the sights that unfold. It is not hard to see why the south island of New Zealand is considered to be one of the most sublime places on earth! The stunning scenery and tranquil waterways highlight the remarkable diversity and beauty of this coastal region. Add stylish accommodation and...
  7. Black Estate Wines

    Black Estate Wines

    Family owned, we craft wines as naturally as possible to express our 3 hillside vineyards. Enjoy our wines in the Tasting Room or Restaurant with local and and organic produce. Experience informative tastings and hear stories about the wine, food and the local suppliers who grow it. Open 7 days. 10am - 5pm. Dogs and bicycles welcome. Check for winter hours. Bookings recommended.
  8. Broken River Ski Area

    Broken River Ski Area

    If you are after a friendly atmosphere, with varied terrain & great soft snow conditions then Broken River is the place for you. Described as a “Hidden Gem” by, Broken River offers something special & a little different for adventurous off-piste riders. Start your day with a stunning 4-minute ride up through native forest on NZ’s only alpine funicular railway. Spend the day exploring the rolling bowls & chutes of Broken River & Allan’s Basin. Take the Ridge Tow to Allan’s Basin for great powder runs and backcountry atmosphere. Relax in the sun with the locals on Palmer Lodge deck & sample Broken River’s own craft-brewed beer. Stay in our cosy on-mountain lodges, 10...
  9. Canterbury Museum

    Canterbury Museum

    Redevelopment looms and the Museum is empty. Empty, that is, except for urban artists: hardy souls who have braved the cracks, the leaks, the ghosts of long-dead taxidermists to paint, project, paste-up, to shift this venerable institution into something colourful, something new. Visit the Museum to explore the winding path they have created – a journey through five floors of urban art with surprises around every corner. Art on the walls, art on the ceilings, art in the galleries, the corridors, the offices, the storerooms. Art that engages with the Museum and the taonga it cares for, art that showcases urban art’s evolution and challenges our ideas of what a Museum can be. Explore...
  10. Canterbury Tours

    Canterbury Tours

    With our range of full and half day scenic tours encompassing most of Canterbury, and more than our fair share of spectacular scenery, we can provide you with spectacular scenic delights whichever way you turn. Soak up and admire magnificent mountain vistas, stunning seacliffs, and isolated farmlands. Most of our tours feature short walks for those that want to immerse themselves in the scenery. All our tours are inclusive of food and beverages, late model comfortable transport, fees, taxes, and more. Full Day Scenic-Tours Destinations: Aoraki-Mt Cook; Kaikoura; Akaroa; Arthur's Pass; Lakes and Gorges. Half Day Scenic Tours Destinations: Sumner and Godley Head; Lees Valley; Lake...
  11. Carolines Kombi Limited

    Carolines Kombi Limited

    Reminiscing after a trip to America, Caroline and Murray Ireland realised one of the most enjoyable aspects of their holidays abroad was meeting the locals, who provided a more personable city tour. “They were run by friendly, engaging personalities, who made it really fun and memorable – so we decided we could do the same here in Christchurch.” Caroline’s Kombi tours include the City Tour, featuring a must-see list of attractions such as the Christchurch Art Gallery & Arts Centre, Kate Sheppard Memorial, Rutherford’s Den, Scape Public Art, Solidarity Grid, Bridge of Remembrance, and the Cardboard Cathedral, as well as showcasing the city’s renowned street art, before heading to Cashmere...
  12. Chatham Islands Tour - Island Life & Farming

    Chatham Islands Tour - Island Life & Farming

    Spend a week savouring unique Island lifestyle based around farming, fishing and tourism. Meet locals and learn about the challenges and joys of living 800km east of mainland New Zealand. Stay on a sheep and beef farm in a very nice lodge with great hosts and delicious meals. Enjoy daily guided visits exploring the Island and discovering the people, the farming, the history, ecology and stunning landscape of this unique location. With options for fishing and a day trip to Pitt Island, there’s plenty to interest everyone. We are an experienced small team passionate about creating unique travel opportunities. With a focus on where food and fibre comes from, our tours offer you an...
  13.  Chauffeur Transport - Christchurch Chauffeur Transport - Christchurch operates in the South Island of New Zealand as a private passenger transfer service. New Zealand roads can be challenging at times so we guarantee your safety with experienced local drivers. Our clients range from family and friends to world leaders and celebrities every passenger is treated with our professional service. Our tours start from Christchurch City, Dunedin, Queenstown, Franz Josef, Auckland. We visit locations like: Kaikoura Whale Watch, Picton Ferry, Franz Josef, Queenstown, Milford sounds, Dunedin. Local drivers know the roads, and the best restaurants and activities so let us assist you with your next New Zealand experience. Activities and...
  14. Christchurch - Leithfield, Christchurch

    Christchurch - Leithfield, Christchurch

    At Kiwi Motorcycle Rentals, we offer a wide range of different style of motorcycle models to suit your needs. Our fleet are up to date with the latest model BMW's. The bikes are regularly serviced by our in house mechanics who offer 24/7 backup service. Our bikes are insured for gravel roads, allowing you to plan your adventure into the back blocks of New Zealand. Our booking and route specialists can help you plan your adventure to NZ with advice on the best riding roads in NZ for no extra charge. Our prices include free pannier hire, unlimited km's, GST, bike insurance, and transfers from the airport or your accommodation, to our depot on the morning of your hire and when you return,...
  15. Christchurch Astro Tours

    Christchurch Astro Tours

    Christchurch Astro Tours are proud to introduce you to the southern night sky. Operating from a location a mere 30 minutes south of central Christchurch, we start our night with a short talk, before showcasing the highlights of the evening with a sky tour. After which you are free to observe the nights objects through the telescope (which uses high quality optics) and ask questions. Our local dark sky tour guides are keen stargazers and can talk you through the various delights of the southern night sky. Depending on the night you may view the moon in detail or observe planets or if conditions allow, see fascinating nebulae and galaxies. The astronomy tour is aimed at visitors to...
  16. Christchurch Casino

    Christchurch Casino

    Let us entertain you at Christchurch Casino during your visit to the garden city. Home to New Zealand's first casino and located in the heart of the city. Come and explore what we have on offer: - 500 gaming machines - 36 table games - Dedicated poker, baccarat and e-sports lounges - Four restaurants and bars - Live entertainment - Exclusive prizes and promotions - Onsite - car and campervan car parking - Free transport for selected accommodation providers There's also zero transaction fees for major foreign currencies. Visit for opening hours. R20 venue.
  17. Christchurch CBD Tour

    Christchurch CBD Tour

    Cruise around Christchurch’s CBD or take a longer trip to view Christchurch from the Port Hills. Prefer something faster, take a motorway blast for a longer thrill. We aim to please, so tell us where you want to go, we will customize an exiting ride to suit. Wineries or the beach, or maybe just heading to the airport, let us take you on something different.
  18. Christchurch City Self-Guided Bike Tour

    Christchurch City Self-Guided Bike Tour

    Kia Ora! Welcome to Ōtautahi - Christchurch. Known for its English heritage, our little city is located on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Flat, bottomed punts glide on the Avon River which meanders through the city centre. On its banks are cycling paths, the green expanse of Hagley Park and the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. Riding a bike is simply the best way to discover our city. Let our guidance take you on a journey of Christchurch’s rich history, dating back hundreds of years to the early Māori and British settlers. Finally take a ride through the dramatically changing central city and discover how our place is reemerging after a natural disaster as one of the most...
  19. Christchurch Icelandic Horse Treks

    Christchurch Icelandic Horse Treks

    We offer rides from 1 to 2.5 hours in small groups of up to 5 persons. All riding levels are catered for and one beginner per ride can be taken on a lead rope. The riding tempo is adjusted to suit the level of the riders. Icelandic Horses are small but they are very strong and can easily carry even heavy adults. They have a friendly nature and are relaxed and easy to handle. On all our horses you can enjoy the special gait called "tölt" which is unique to Icelandic Horses. It is about as fast as trot, but much more comfortable to ride. Opening hours are flexible and bookings are essential as the departure times vary depending on the tides. Our business is located close to Spencer...
  20. Christchurch Paragliding

    Christchurch Paragliding

    We offer tandem flights from seven different locations around chch including Taylor's Mistake, one of the best coastal flying sites in New Zealand. Take-off is only 10 min drive from both quirky Lyttelton and the beautiful Sumner Village - great places to explore, shop or grab a coffee after your flight. Paragliding truly is a special and memorable experience which can relax, inspire, and thrill all in one flight. We aim to stay in the air for 10-30 min to give you good value for money and a decent time to soak in this incredible experience.