New Zealand Multisport

Resort: New Zealand Multisport
Operator: G Adventures
Destination: New Zealand
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Travelling to New Zealand? Don’t worry, you won’t have to choose between the two islands. With all the activities you can choose from on each island, we’ll make sure you make the most of the chance to lose your breath. Across three weeks you can hike, kayak, and cycle across this diverse land. There’s also time for boat cruises and local culture, just to be sure you don’t miss out on anything.


Day 1

Arrive at any time.

Day 2

Enjoy a morning cycle through Karangahake Gorge, then travel to the Rotorua region to the Tamaki Maori Village. After a traditional greeting on the marae (meeting grounds), learn the arts of the haka and poi before a traditional hangi dinner.

Day 3

Enjoy a free day in Rotorua, a town in a geothermal area with boiling mud and hotpools. Opt to go whitewater rafting, tackle an offroad mountain bike track, go hiking, or hit the spa.

Day 4
RotoruaTongariro National Park

Conquer the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, New Zealand’s top-rated 1-day trek and spend the afternoon hiking an active volcano.

Day 5
Tongariro National ParkWhanganui National Park

Experience another of New Zealand’s Great Walks (this time, from a canoe) on a day trip into the heart of Whanganui National Park.

Day 6
Whanganui National ParkRaetihi

Explore the Whanganui River further by jet boat, visiting old Maori and European settlements.

Day 7

In the morning, transfer to Wellington and visit the Te Papa museum, dedicated to the history and culture of New Zealand.

Day 8
WellingtonAbel Tasman National Park

Travel by ferry to the South Island and then transfer by bus and water taxi into Abel Tasman National Park.

Day 9
Abel Tasman National ParkMarahau

Sea kayak in Abel Tasman out to the edge of the park.

Day 10
MarahauWestland District

Enjoy the scenery of the mountainous coastal Westland region, and stop en route to see the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks.

Day 11
Westland DistrictFranz Josef

Transfer to Franz Josef, stopping for a walk at the wildlife mecca of Okarito Lagoon en route. Enjoy free time for optional activities such as hiking and checking out the stunning Franz Josef Glacier.

Day 12
Franz Josef

A free day for optional activities. Options include various hikes, horseback riding, kayaking as well as the unique and stunning Franz Josef Glacier.

Day 13
Franz JosefWanaka

Transfer to Wanaka, where there are a variety of optional activities available. Opt to go mountain biking, skydiving, or check out the giant maze and optical illusions of Puzzling World.

Day 14

Continue onto the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown.

Day 15

Enjoy a full-day hiking excursion along the world renowned Routeburn Track, taking in the gorgeous mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and lakes surrounding the track.

Day 16

Enjoy a free day for optional activities in Queenstown.

Day 17
QueenstownTe Anau

Travel to the fiords of the South Island. Enjoy the stunning scenery of Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound from the deck of a boat, then return to Te Anau for the night.

Day 18
Te AnauCentral Otago District

Morning departure to Central Otago to spend the afternoon cycling 42km (26 mi) along the historic Otago Rail Trail.

Day 19
Central Otago DistrictChristchurch

Walk around Christchurch this afternoon and learn about how the city was rebuilt following an earthquake in 2011. Enjoy some free time this evening.

Day 20

Transfer to Kaikoura, with optional whale- or dolphin-watching in the afternoon.

Day 21

Transfer to Picton and take the ferry back to Wellington where the tour ends upon arrival.

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