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  1. Middle Rock Farm Tour

    Middle Rock Farm Tour

    The chance to enjoy part of a working day on a New Zealand intergenerational family sheep farming operation in the Lake Coleridge area, one hour's drive west of Christchurch. On arrival, guests are welcomed by the family and taken on a coach or 4 wheel drive tour out onto the property where high country farming activities are viewed and explained, there is the opportunity to be amongst large flocks of sheep and view working dogs in action. The panoramic views of Mt Hutt and the Upper Rakaia Gorge visible from the property are also a feature of the tour. Excellent roading means we specialise in catering for larger groups. Visitors should allow a minimum of 2½ hours. Meals available.
  2. Molesworth Station Day Tour

    Molesworth Station Day Tour

    Molesworth Station offers abundant opportunity to experience natural environments, rural lifestyles and natural history that few people get to experience. Discover the magnificent scenery, unique plant life and the fascinating stories. Molesworth is located 120 km west of Blenheim, the size of Stewart Island at 486,000 acres in size. Discover Molesworth Station New Zealand’s largest high country cattle station and the majestic South Island high country scenery. Enjoy the wonderful historical commentary about the early pioneers, modern day farming and see where the first settlers lived in this remote landscape. Great photographic opportunities around every corner.
  3. Moss Spa Christchurch

    Moss Spa Christchurch

    Achieve inner peace at Moss Spa, an oasis of wellness, rejuvenation and relaxation. Moss offers an extensive array of high-quality spa treatments using the latest, and very best, professional products – natural, sustainably and ethically produced wherever possible – to leave you feeling revitalised, refreshed and, most importantly, pampered. Our highly trained staff will awaken your senses with treatments using natural ingredients such as marine collagen, thermal mud and warmed bamboo cane. Treat yourself to some ‘me time’ and let the team at Moss give you the pampering you deserve. It’s time to indulge, unwind and recharge. It’s time for you.
  4. Mount Cook Heliski

    Mount Cook Heliski

    This is a wilderness of ancient glaciers, azure lakes, and endless runs - across 6 mountain ranges. Mount Cook Heliski has lines to suit all levels of heli-ski ability - from our exclusive terrain in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, to the shores of Lake Pukaki and the Ben Ohau Range. Mount Cook Heliski is professionally guided by Alpine Guides (Aoraki) Ltd and flown by The Helicopter Line. Together we pioneered New Zealand heliskiing at Mt Cook back in 1974. We specialise in small groups and private charter, with a focus on safety and great Kiwi service. Flying every fine day between 01 July and 30 September.
  5. Mount Dobson Ski Area

    Mount Dobson Ski Area

    Famous for its all day sunshine, wide open uncrowded runs and friendly kiwi atmosphere, Mt Dobson is the ultimate skiing and boarding destination. This family owned and operated field is located on State Highway 8, the main tourist route between Christchurch and Queenstown. The gentle access road leads to a three kilometer wide basin, boasting 14 separate runs. The largest learner and intermediate area in New Zealand, huge natural halfpipe and miles of fresh untracked snow make for great skiing and boarding for all skill levels. The rolling natural terrain is easily accessed by the platter, T-Bar and Triple Chair. With a ski school, gear/clothing rental and cafe Dobson has everything...
  6. Mountaineering Courses and Guided Climbs

    Mountaineering Courses and Guided Climbs

    Alpine Recreation offers a range of guided ascents and mountaineering instruction courses to suit beginners through to advanced climbers. Or maybe you are already an experienced mountaineer but want to improve safety by taking a guide for an ascent of one of our 3000m peaks. Start off with a taste of mountaineering on the 3-day Ball Pass Trek, where you'll learn how to use crampons and ice-axe, or go straight for a 4-day or 7-day climbing course. We are the only operator to have our own mountain hut in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. Our costs include equipment and all food.
  7. Mt Cook Ski Planes and Helicopters

    Mt Cook Ski Planes and Helicopters

    Enjoy a glacier & snow landing experience on the Tasman Glacier. The Southern Alps of New Zealand’s South Island offers one of the most visually spectacular glacier environments in the world. Experience the adventure of flying through the towering mountains of the Southern Alps in a ski plane or helicopter. Exceptional views of Aoraki Mt Cook and the Hochstetter Icefall as you fly up the Tasman Valley. Explore the flawless and pristine Tasman Glacier and experience this unique alpine environment with 600m of glacier ice beneath your feet. Reserve your choice of ski plane or helicopter. Both offer a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Beautiful views right from takeoff view the Tasman...
  8. Mt Fyffe Distillery, Kaikōura. A rural grassroots Gin distillery tour

    Mt Fyffe Distillery, Kaikōura. A rural grassroots Gin distillery tour

    A boutique grassroots distillery, set on the foothills of Mt Fyffe, Kaikōura. These award winning gins are created using botanics that Justine has sourced from around her farm and the local area. The botanical Woolshed and Oceanic Shearwater gins are true story inspired small batch bespoke gins. Justine is passionate about showcasing what Kaikōura has to offer, sustainability and supporting locals are fundamental to her as she navigates this exciting journey that the distillery is on. The Distillery is 8km north of Kaikoura, Walk into her small rustic aromatic distillery and be inspired by the process, the passion and the gin. Come and taste what Kaikōura has to offer.
  9. Muddy Water Wines

    Muddy Water Wines

    Certified Organic Winery. The Tasting Room is part of the Greystone Winery complex at 376 Omihi Rd, Waipara. Come by to taste our award winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinotage. Just north of Christchurch, our cellardoor is open Monday - Sunday from 11am to 4pm. Dark soils, clear skies, warm breezes. Our wines capture the essence of this special place; just open a bottle and you're transported here. Each vineyard block creates a unique wine with its own story to tell.
  10. Naturally NZ Holidays

    Naturally NZ Holidays

    At Naturally NZ holidays we work in with you and your timetable. Offering services based on hiring a vehicle, joining a guided tour, making use of NZ's bus, rail and air transport system or a combination of all 3. Have your holiday tailor made from scratch or check out our premade itineraries for a base point. No limit on the number of people in your group as we have built strong working relationships with hundreds of operators throughout New Zealand. There is no typical tour at Naturally NZ holidays - What you do is entirely up to you. Contact us to put together an itinerary that will maximise your time and enjoyment whilst in New Zealand.
  11. New Zealand Coastal Odyssey: The Ultimate Kiwi Cruise

    New Zealand Coastal Odyssey: The Ultimate Kiwi Cruise

    Join Heritage Expeditions aboard luxurious 140-guest expedition ship Heritage Adventurer as we cruise the sunken valleys and towering mountains of Fiordland (Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound); the volcanoes, hot springs and geysers of Rotorua and Tauranga; the scenic playground of Marlborough Sounds; the iconic wildlife havens of Stewart Island and nearby predator free Ulva Island; and many Kiwi towns along the way including New Zealand’s Art Deco capital the city of Napier, the French-infused village of Akaroa, Auckland and adventure capital Queenstown. Enjoy dolphin, whale and bird-watching, savour some of New Zealand’s award winning cuisine and wine, experience a thrilling...
  12. New Zealand Splendeur Tours Ltd

    New Zealand Splendeur Tours Ltd

    Mark has been operating private luxury tours countrywide since 1996. You will be accompanied by your personal chauffeur in the luxury and comfort of a minivan, a Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit or a sedan. Mark is a New Zealander of Swiss and Polish origins, and speaks English, French, Polish, Italian and basic German. He designs personalised tours, luxury tours and custom tours, tailor-made to suit your specific requirements. Mark is well suited to pointing out the natural splendours of New Zealand to European and American visitors. Extensive personalized tours of over 20 days are his speciality. 100% pure luxury tours! Licensed tour operator and fully licenced. You can also contact us...
  13. New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands - Wildlife Cruise to Auckland and Campbell Islands

    New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands - Wildlife Cruise to Auckland and Campbell Islands

    Cruise aboard the Spirit of Enderby to New Zealand's ‘forgotten islands', remote, uninhabited and on no regular shipping route, access is restricted. Depart from Invercargill and Zodiac cruise the coastline of The Snares where we should see the Snares Crested Penguin, Fernbirds and Tomtits, all of which are endemic to these islands. In the Auckland Islands we spend the day ashore on Enderby Island, arguably the most amazing Subantarctic Island where native birds such as Tui, Bellbird and parakeets may be seen and heard in the rata forest. On Campbell Island magnificent megaherbs can be seen. Walks on these islands include Mt. Honey, Col Lyall Saddle, North West Bay and South West Cape...
  14. Ngaio Marsh House and Heritage Trust

    Ngaio Marsh House and Heritage Trust

    Dame Ngaio’s powerful presence is found everywhere - from the green chair that she wrote longhand in, to her personal art collection, first edition books, clothes and travel trunks. It was where she entertained her many guests, including artists, writers, upcoming actors and Hollywood greats. Originally known as Marton Cottage, the house was built for Dame Ngaio’s parents in 1906 by noted Christchurch architect Samuel Hurst Seager, a cousin of Dame Ngaio’s mother Rose. The house is listed by Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga as a Category 1 Historic Place of special or outstanding historical or cultural significance or value. Visitors receive a rare insight into the private world of New...
  15. North Canterbury Food & Wine Trail

    North Canterbury Food & Wine Trail

    North Canterbury Food & Wine Trail showcases our region's local flavours, fantastic food and wine, authentic experiences and passionate people. Discover the tastes of fresh seasonal produce and wine, enjoy fine dining, relax in idyllic places to stay and experience an easy pace of life in North Canterbury, just minutes from Christchurch. Visit for a day, stay for a weekend or longer and come and meet the people involved in creating some of New Zealand's finest flavours. Choose your place to stay, restaurants to dine at and vineyards for wine tasting and relaxing in the open air with vistas of the green rolling hills.
  16. NZ Museum of Toys & Collectibles

    NZ Museum of Toys & Collectibles

    The museum’s display offers a rare chance to experience a broad range of new and old items of play. The design of the museum is focused around inclusion ensuring that everyone that visits, whether 8 or 80, can find something they have, had or wanted to have within the displays. The aim is to trigger memories, to generate nostalgia that brings a smile and occasionally a tear for long lost toys. The treasures on display are the result of years of collecting. The toys are all old and they are not all in pristine condition – after all, toys are meant to be played with. Star Wars, Harry Potter, Matchbox, Hot Wheels, Fun Ho, Tonka, Lego, V8 Super cars, Dolls, Coke memorabilia, military...
  17. NZ Tour Guide Services

    NZ Tour Guide Services

    NZ Tour Guide Services - with Richard & Heather Gallagher. Are you wishing to take your own personal tour or sightseeing tour in New Zealand. We are Christchurch based in the scenic South Island. NZ Tour Guide Services offering assistance with tour planning. Day Tours from Christchurch , South Island Touring & Shore Excursions off Cruise Ships (Akaroa/Lyttleton). Privately Driver/Guided Touring of all of, or just part of New Zealand. Guide or Driver/Guide Services for: Individuals, Families, Media, small film crews, Travel & Trade delegations or anyone wishing to have their own and Local Guide or Driver/Guide. Full Member - Proguides New Zealand Department of Conservation...
  18. NZ Tours and Travel

    NZ Tours and Travel

    Time is critical on holiday, you want to make every second count, but by the same token you don't want to be exhausted on what is supposed to be a holiday, not a lecture! Our friendly, knowledgeable local guides ensure you see the absolute highlights of the beautiful Garden City at a leisurely pace. Travelling in luxury in either a Tesla Model Y or Mercedes Hi Roof minibus your comfort is assured. Snacks and bottled water are complimentary. Lunch is also included at one of our carefully chosen inner city cafes/restaurants. Sights will be explored by both foot, and via vehicle. We go from beach, to city to hills and cover every important feature in-between. Our 30+ years in the travel...
  19. OENZ- Outdoor Education New Zealand

    OENZ- Outdoor Education New Zealand

    OENZ- Outdoor Education New Zealand offers a full range of outdoor climbing and guiding services from Christchurch. You can choose to book onto one of our small group climbing experience or chat to our team about something bespoke. OENZ-Outdoor Education New Zealand provides outdoor training and guiding services for a range of outdoor adventure activities including, Alpine climbing, rock climbing, bushcraft & navigation, kayaking, river crossing.
  20. Orana Wildlife Park

    Orana Wildlife Park

    Set in 80 hectares, Orana Wildlife Park is New Zealand's only open range zoo. It is within 15 minutes drive from Christchurch airport. The Park provides amazing animal encounters: hand feed giraffe, meet rhino up close, see New Zealand's only gorillas, view kiwi and travel through the lion habitat. Scheduled presentations occur daily. Visitors can enjoy the antics of cheetah, Tasmanian devils, monkeys, meerkats and more. An extensive New Zealand section features kiwi, a wide range of birds and reptiles plus two walk-through aviaries (giving the chance to meet the mischievous kea). Guided tours operate daily. A cafe and fantastic wildlife gift shop are on-site. It's a full day of fun for...