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(Previously called: Kiwi Encounter) TRIP VIBE = fast-paced fun with tons of socialising, bucket-list sights and good times all round. Home of Lord of the Rings, Crowded House and the World’s Sexiest Accent – there’s no doubt this little country has a BIG reputation for being jam-packed with pure awesomeness. Don’t waste time choosing between North and South, adventure or chill, culture or landscapes – bungy out of boring and dive headfirst into the best 17 days of your life. We’re waiting.

Bucket List Inclusions

Overnight stay in a traditional Maori marae and hangi dinner

Visit Lake Taupo and Huka Falls

Orientation walk of Tongariro National Park with Trip Leader

Orientation walk of Wellington with Trip Leader

Cook Strait ferry crossing

Orientation walk of Christchurch with Trip Leader

Visit Hokitika

Visit Lake Matheson

Stay in the scenic Franz Josef Glacier region

More Inclusions

16 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 2 dinners

- 3 nights in lodges, 12 nights in hostels, 1 night in a traditional Maori marae


Air-conditioned coach

Group Size


Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 07:00 in Auckland

Finish time:
Approximately 15:00 in Christchurch

You’ve got your home life, and home friends... and home routine. But this is your chance to leave it all behind. Ready? Meet us in Auckland and say kia ora to your fellow Topdeckers. First stop on our Kiwi adventure: Waitomo Caves. A glowworm-studded labyrinth of underground caves and rivers – this place is like something out of a sci-fi movie. Spend your free time exploring Ruakuri Cave on foot. Cruise through the magical grotto. Or strap in for a unique blackwater rafting experience (disclaimer: you’re gonna get wet). Later, we’ll receive a traditional welcome at the marae (Maori meeting ground) and will tuck into a hangi with the gang. Hear local Maori stories and learn the meaning of whanau as we bunk down in this sacred ancestral meeting place. This is as authentic as it gets.

To say Rotorua has it ‘going on’ would be the understatement of the century. We’re talking: adrenalin-pumping activities, geothermal spas and nerd-central movie sets. And you’ve got 24 hrs to embrace it all – hell yeah! For the LOTR fans (or closet fans), take a walk through Tolkien’s dreams at the Hobbiton movie set. Adrenalin junkie? Get your hit on a rapid ride down the mighty Kaituna River. Play Tarzan on a sky-high canopy tour. Or race your trip mates inside a giant Zorb ball (when in NZ, right?). And for you thrill-dodgers, slap on a thermal mud mask and soak up allll the healing properties of Rotorua’s sulphur spas. Locals have been using them for over 800 years, so it’s gotta have some benefits. Tonight is up to you, but we rec you gather the gang and head to Lava Bar to keep the good times rolling.

Bye bye Rotorua – today we’re leaving the city behind and heading for some of Mother Nature’s best bits. First: we’ll make a stop at roaring Huka Falls and play spot-the-extreme-kayaker as they tackle the immense 11-metre plunge down the canyon falls. Then: we’ll take in the A-Mazing views over Lake Taupo (FYI, this lake’s the size of Singapore – but with more fish, fewer airports). Finally, we’ll roll on to our accommodation near Tongariro National Park. Grab some snacks and put your feet up. You deserve it.

Dramatic volcanic peaks dominating the horizon. Rugged terrain that looks like you landed on Mars. And intense turquoise lakes gathered in steep valleys. The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of the best one-day hikes in the world – and it 100% deserves the rep. You’ve got a full day to find your Samwise up Mt Ngauruhoe (aka Mt Doom), soak up all the I-N-C-R-E-D-I-B-L-E views and wish you’d broken in those new hiking boots. If four-wheeled adventuring is more your style – there’s a quad biking excursion on the cards too. Back at base camp, sit back with a cold beverage and crack open that new pack of playing cards. Who knows Rummy?

Next up: Wellington. Get your bearings around the capital on an orientation tour before we head to Mt Victoria for 360-degree views over the harbour. Then: the rest is up to you. Get your Middle Earth fix at the Weta Workshop. Head to the MAC’s Brewbar on the waterfront. Or jump on the Wellington Cable Car for all the vintage vibes. Tonight, dinner is up to you – but with more bars and restaurants per capita than New York, you’re not going to be stuck for options. Trust us.

What’s that? A free day to do whatever floats your boat? Yes please. Grab brunch along Cuba Street. Soak up some rays at Scorching Bay. Get your sugar fix with a Snickers milkshake at Fidel’s Cafe. And spot a kiwi bird (or two) at the Zealandia ecological sanctuary. Tonight: gather the crew, grab some fresh ‘fush and chups’ from The Chippery and head down to the harbour for dinner-with-a-view. This is livin’.

Wave goodbye to the North Island – we’re heading across the Cook Strait into the gobsmackingly beautiful Marlborough Sounds. Sounds familiar? Chances are you’ve picked up a bottle (or two) of Savvie B from this region. Then: onwards to Nelson! Home of Pic’s Peanut Butter World and some of New Zealand’s most pristine beaches. Get in.

Free day = your chance to do your own spontaneous this-is-what-I-came-here-for thing. Ever heard of the Abel Tasman National Park? Think: golden sandy beaches. Picturesque turquoise bays. Lush native forests. And cute locals (of the wildlife kind). Hire a kayak and head out solo. Jump aboard a water taxi and go bay-hopping. Hit the trails and explore on foot. Or let the experts take the lead on a full-day guided tour. Feeling extra? Take in allll the views with a spine-tingling 16,500ft skydive. Tonight, get the gang together for a mean chicken parmi at Smugglers or take a stroll along Tahuna Beach at sunset. This is your moment.

From one stunning coastline to another – we’re making tracks to the East Coast today. Spot the wild fur seals getting their tan on as we roll into B-E-A-Utiful Kaikoura. Options here = soak up the laid back atmosphere in town, take a hike around the peninsula for sunset, or get your butt down to one of the seafood caravans on the foreshore for some fresher-than-fresh crayfish. Fact: Kaikoura literally translates to ‘eat crayfish’ – so you know it’s gonna be good.

Next stop: the South Island's largest city. After having most of the CBD demolished by a devastating earthquake in 2011, the city has rebuilt itself into a VIBING hub of quirky bars, restaurants and cafes. After getting the run-about-town with our Trip Leader, you’ll have the rest of the afternoon off to do whatever you want. Need some suggestions? Head to Little High Eatery: a hip marketplace full of locally run food trucks. After, gather the gang and head to Rockpool for pool tables and a pumping d-floor.

One minute you’re sipping lattes in the city, ‘nek minnit’ you’re off to one of New Zealand’s most famous glaciers. But first: a stop at historic Hokitika. Head to the beach and find the quirky sculpture made by the locals. Buy a pounamu (greenstone) for good luck. And give ‘mountain oysters’ a try (hint: Google it first). We’ll make a photo stop at Lake Matheson to make your friends back home jealous AF – before rolling into the jaw-dropping Franz Josef Glacier region. After grabbing dinner in town, you could seek out the resident glow worms on an after-dark adventure – just ask your in-the-know Trip Leader.

Rise and shine! If the weather is good, you’ll have the chance to explore this chilly playground on an optional Heli-hike. Strap on your crampons and pile into the chopper – we’ll head up to 800m above sea level to explore the maze of ice formations with an expert local guide. Or go all-out with a scenic flight that’ll leave you with goosebumps and a full camera roll. Then: we’ll turn our attention to the adventure capital of the world. Get the lay of the land with your Trip Leader, then spend the rest of the afternoon wandering around the bay area or holed up in World Bar – with world-famous teapot cocktails, it’s the perfect spot to make a plan for next three days.

If Queenstown had a Tinder profile it would read: fun-filled outdoor enthusiast – looking for a fellow adrenalin junkie to share adventures with. And be filled with pics of people throwing themselves off extreme heights. Swiping right? Hell yes! Skydiving. Bungy jumping. Jet boating. White water rafting. Canyon swinging. You want it, this place has it. And you’ve got 24 hrs to embrace it all. DW if all the above makes you want to run and hide – there’s more here than death-defying antics. Take the skyline gondola for some incred views over Lake Wakatipu. Race your Topdeck buddies on the sky-high luge track. Jump aboard the TSS Earnslaw for a scenic cruise. Or strap on those Nikes and hike the Ben Lomond Saddle Loop – the views are worth the sore legs in the morning. Trust us. Tonight, head to Winnies and tuck into pizzas with toppings you can’t prepare for – they’re that good.

Today = options. Stick around in Queenstown for more action-packed adventuring. Or jump on an optional day trip to the totally mesmerising Milford Sound. The main event? A cruise on the Milford fjord complete with thundering waterfalls, razor-edge cliffs and resident seals. This place is National Geographic on steroids (like Schwarzenegger steroids). Tonight, we’ll regroup in Queenstown – gather the fam and see if the nightlife here really lives up to the rep.

Didn’t tick everything off? We’ve got your back – here’s another free day we prepared earlier. Head into Mount Aspiring National Park on a Wilderness Jet adventure. Jump in a funyak down the Dart River (like a kayak, but better). Or conquer the wild Shotover River on an adrenalin-pumping whitewater rafting experience. If you’d rather cruise in the slow-lane, sip your way through the Otago region on a wine tour or get your Fergburger take-away and head up to Queenstown Gardens for stunning views over The Remarkables. And tonight? Head to the Cookie Bar. We’re talking: warm cookies, freakshakes, s’more, ice-cream...*wipes drool from chin*.

Ok, nobody panic – the adventure is coming to a close. But we’re sure as hell not done yet! First: stretch out those calves – there’s an optional cycle along the banks of the historic Arrow River in store today. Venture through some ‘holy-sh*t’-worthy scenery, cross awe-inspiring suspension bridges and try not to stack it in front of your trip mates. Then: press your nose to the window and soak up all the stunning views racing past the coach window as we make our way to our lakeside lodge for the night. Nestled between towering mountains and overlooking the sparkling lake, this is the perfect place to spend the last night of our Kiwi encounter. We’re gonna give this trip the send-off it deserves at tonight’s final group dinner.

Squeeze in one last pano at Lake Tekapo before we make tracks for Christchurch. 17 days. 2 islands. 1 country. Countless thrills, spills and good times. One HUGE adventure. You embraced it all and shared the ride with a bunch of strangers who are now like family. But it’s time to say goodbye. Reunion trip next year? 100%.

- FYI: these are optional activities available locally. Things might change – prices are here to give you a rough idea.

- Waitomo Caves (boat cruise): from $55

- Ruakuri Cave: from $76

- Blackwater rafting at Waitomo Caves: from $147

- Visit the Hobbiton movie set: from $124

- Canopy tour: from $159

- Visit the geothermal mud bath and spa: from $75

- Zorbing in Rotorua: from $45

- Whitewater rafting in Rotorua: from $90

- Hike the Tongariro Alpine Crossing with a local guide: from $195

- Quad biking in Tongariro National Park: from $155

- Guided kayaking and seal-spotting tour in Abel Tasman National Park: from $150

- Full-day guided tour of Abel Tasman National Park: from $92

- Skydiving in Abel Tasman National Park: from $329

- Heli-hike excursion in Franz Josef Glacier region: from $499

- Scenic flight over Franz Josef Glacier: from $280

- Jet boating in Queenstown: from $159

- Canyon swinging in Queenstown: from $249

- Bungy jumping in Queenstown: from $205

- Skydiving in Queenstown: from $359

- Scenic cruise on Milford Sound (including lunch): prices available locally

- Funyaking in Queenstown: from $399

- Wilderness Jet adventure in Queenstown: from $259

- Whitewater rafting down the Shotover River: from $239

- Mountain biking excursion in Arrowtown: prices available locally

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