New Zealand’s North Island thoroughly engages the body and the spirit, often at the same time. This 10-day trip promises loads of both. Up here, you’ll learn Maori culture (and try your hand at bone-carving) straight from the source while bunking in villages in the bush and pick up some sustainable living tips on a conservation farm. Elsewhere, you’ll sea kayak in a secluded harbour, get a surfing lesson from an expert and overnight on a houseboat. There’s much more, but we’ve gotta leave some surprises, right?
Overnight houseboat excursion with included activities while onboard like snorkelling, fishing and kayaking (Bay of Islands). Visit to a conservation farm (Raglan). Sea kayaking (Raglan). Surf lesson (Raglan). Maori cultural experience. Tongariro Alpine Crossing (seasonal). Te Papa Museum (Wellington). Orientation walk in Wellington.
9 breakfasts, 2 lunch, 5 dinners. (Allow NZD250-300 for meals not included.)
Hostels (4 nts), houseboat (1 nt), basic lodge (3 nts), basic hotel (1 nt). Most nights are multi-share.
Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides.
Small group experience; Max 20, avg 16
Mynatour basic selection