Flying Kiwi Hot Rocks - 10 day North Island New Zealand Tour

Explore the North Island on this full North Island loop which shows off why the North is so unique. Dramatic thermal wonders, Maori culture, golden coastlines, ancient forests and inviting turquoise waters await.

Unique, award winning tours that combine hiking, cycling and camping with optional adventure activities. The specialists in small group travel Flying Kiwi are leaders in their field with modern custom-built vehicles complete with bike storage facilities and commercial kitchens allowing them to get further off the beaten track into the 'real' New Zealand. Taking a maximum of 26 guests everyone is well looked after with 2 professional guides on board every trip.

TOUR INCLUSIONS: In addition to numerous free walks, use of sports gear and camping accommodation the tour includes: 8 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners, Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, World Heritage site & 2 fantastic Flying Kiwi guides.

Facilities and Services

Pricing and Conditions

High Season
$1995 (Adult)

Availability

Business Hours
9am-5pm, 7 days
Months of Operation
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec

Distances

Proximity To Airport
not applicable
Proximity To Coach Terminal
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Proximity To Town
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Endorsements

Buses/Coaches Gold

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