Small Group Tours with Moa TrekIf travelling with fewer people is more your vacation style when you think of New Zealand coach tours, then here is a New Zealand small group escorted tour that ticks all the boxes.
Some of the most innovative, interesting and engaging New Zealand coach tours are created by New Zealand owned and operated, Moa Trek. They hail back to 1971 and specialise in personal, small group tours that find those special places and experiences a little off the beaten track.
So what’s different about these Moa Trek Small Group Tours?
They are very bespoke, carefully created to ensure every day has very special, memorable features and travelling times are comfortable.
Bucket list activities include digging your own hot pool in the sand at Hot Water Beach, sailing on beautiful Lake Rotoiti, a guided walking tour of Napier’s art deco buildings, tasting some of Marlborough’s premier wines, close up seabird viewing at Kaikoura, nature cruise and spectacular scenic flight at Milford Sound, kayaking on tranquil Okarito Lagoon to name a few.
There are numerous opportunities to meet local kiwis over lunch at Pounamu Lodge near Rotorua, Akaunui Farm homestead and a private homestead near Wanaka where insights into New Zealand’s rural life are shared with generous hospitality.
To finish each delightful day, 4 star accommodation ensures a restful night ready for the next day’s adventures. Fine properties such as Sebel Suites on Viaduct Harbour in Auckland, Novotel Rotorua Lakeside, ocean views from Scenic Hotel Te Pania in Napier, waterfront White Morph Motor Inn in Kaikoura, The Hermitage Hotel in the very heart of the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park and lakeside Edgewater Hotel in Wanaka. Enjoy central locations, warm ambiance and all the creature comforts you’d expect from 4 star properties.
World class food, wine and private lunches all help to make these small group tours very special indeed.
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Driving on the left did not prove to be too much of a challenge for L although those windshield wipers got more workout than signal light. He claimed he should have put a sign in the back window that said “ watch for turns when wipers going” but I bet that’s a common problem. Without the GPS we would still be circling the Auckland airport.
With the exception of the mixup in Whitianga, the hotels were great. The amenities were just what we needed and the locations enabled us to do most of our town exploring on foot. We managed quite a few hikes as well and put on a walking total close to 150km. The tracks were all so very well maintained and well signed. We were amazed to see that your national parks do not have an admission fee.
Highlights were Cape Reinga, the fern trees and the dense foliage, the Kea’s at the lookout in Arthur’s Pass (cute but oh my, so quick to be destructive), the Moeraki boulders, the large dunes and some of the most beautiful beaches we have ever seen.
Seeing the destruction that remains from the earthquake in Christchurch was most sobering.
I think one of the strangest things that happened was that we met people we knew from our small home town at the Antarctic Centre. Just goes to show that it can be a small world.
L and I both appreciate the time and effort you and your company put in to make sure our holiday went without a hitch. Thank you so much. I would recommend your services to anyone.
Thanks for a vacation to remember,
B & L, Canada - Feb 2017
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