Take an unforgettable day trip around New Zealand’s oldest city, which boasts impressive architecture and many hidden secrets. Escape the crowds and venture out to explore parts of the town belt, coastline, and central city on a small group tour packed with interest. Ancient trees, stunning lookouts, beautiful beaches, wonderful architecture, and rolling hills await you.
What tours can I go on in New Zealand ?
What to expect on the trip, you can choose to get picked up at your hotel in the morning or the afternoon, The first stop of the trip is at Baldwin Street, the world’s steepest residential street, The drive continues up the Leith Valley toward the Craigieburn Reserve for views of the city, Ross Creek Reservoir, and Otago Harbour, Then, pass by the upscale homes of Maori Hill and see other fine architecture, such as Olveston House, on a drive through the Dunedin Town Belt. then stops at the Octagon in the city center for a look at several significant buildings and a statue of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Down the road, focus your camera on the historic Dunedin Railway Station, one of the most photographed buildings in the southern hemisphere. coming to the end of the tour, your guide will take you to the Otago Peninsula for some seal watching and before a final stop in the leafy suburb of St. Clair. Stroll along the beachfront promenade at one of the South Island’s most popular surf spots, before the return trip to your centrally located hotel.
- Prices; £42.56 per adult
- Tour guide included
- Visit over 6 unique locations around the city
Group size: 15
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Traveler pickup is offered