QUEENSTOWN, NZ– Not only does their legendary Kiwi hospitality speak for itself, but Active Adventures’ Kauri tour also gained the recognition of industry leader National Geographic Traveler when they snagged a highly acclaimed spot on the 2013 list of 50 Tours of a Lifetime. New Zealand is a land of enchantment, and Active Adventures brings their expertise and flair to each and every tour. Adventurous souls will have their fill with a thorough tour of the North Island, including seaside towns with golden sand beaches, ridgeline hikes with stunning views such as the iconic rock formation, Hole in the Rock, and summiting the highest point in the Kaimai-Mamuku Forest Park – Mt. Te Aroha.
Home to the world’s largest sea cave, a visit to Poor Knights Islands is the perfect place for those who really love to play. Guests can snorkel, kayak, or if you’re an accomplished scuba diver, explore the depths of the magical marine life for yourself! Whether it’s trout fishing on the Tongaririo River or caving in the spectacular Waitomo Caves, this tour will have you returning home with a true love for New Zealand.
The Kauri trip is 11 days; price is $4,199; click here for complete itinerary.