Sightseeing New Zealand
There are many different ways to go sightseeing in New Zealand depending on your level of adventurousness and intrigue. You can choose to visit any of the country’s numerous hot springs, go on an archeological tour or art walk, take a private car or Segway tour, or spend time on a beach or in a boat to name just a few choices. New Zealand is such a wondrous, varied place that you can go downhill skiing, then tour a winery or go swimming or surfing – all in one day! In order to get the most of your experience in this south-pacific nation, it’s best to hire a local guide.
New Zealand’s local sightseeing guides have a passion for their country that is evident on their tours. Whether you find yourself biking through Maniototo, an area that’s home to snowy mountain ranges and open farmlands, or learning intriguing facts pertaining to the art world on a guided walk in the bustling city of Auckland, you are guaranteed an excellent time at the side of a friendly sightseeing tour guide. All of New Zealand’s guides are entertainers and they’re a source of never-ending facts about art, wine, flora, fauna, you name it — and their love for their country is infectious.
With an abundance of historic pubs and up-and-coming wineries to visit, there’s no doubt that sightseeing in New Zealand is some of the best worldwide. Exquisite local food and drink aside, though, there are also crystal clear rivers to explore, mountains to climb and golden beaches to lounge on. Sightseeing in New Zealand not only ensures you’re in good hands, it’ll have you returning home feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, that much wiser, and that much happier.Read More ...