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New Zealand Awaits

Hello Travellers!

Creating this newsletter has been on my to do list FOREVER! So it’s finally happening! We hope you’ll stay connected with us via email as well as through our social channels so you know what’s on offer from us.

We’ll share

  • tour announcements and details
  • information on our services
  • current discounts or promotions
  • stories from our travellers
  • interviews with our trusted locals
  • new information on New Zealand travel
  • and other news that we think will be inspiring for you

We’d love it if you’d share this also with any friends or family you know who are interested in travelling to New Zealand. Thanks a million!

2018 Tours

New Zealand Highlights and Hot Spots

13 Days

Women’s Tour: Jan 15 – Jan 27
Men’s Tour: Mar 26 – Apr 7
No minimum level fitness required

Welcome to your New Zealand luxury vacation! This 13 day trip includes the highlights and iconic locations of New Zealand and introduces you to our trusted local partners. You’ll enjoy gorgeous Waiheke Island with a local Maori guide who offers an in-depth perspective into Maori culture, cruise a pristine lake on a private luxury catamaran, taste gourmet cuisine in a private garden, learn about our farming heritage on a private farm, and taste the fruits of labour in a private vineyard tour, to name just a few.  Interested?
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North Island Kiwi Culture Tour

12 Days

LGBT Mixed: Feb 21 – Mar 4
No minimum level fitness required

 You’ve heard of our wonderful Kiwi Culture, now it’s time to experience it! This 12 day tour for LGBT travellers immerses you in everything Kiwi! Yes, we call ourselves Kiwis, after our indigenous kiwi bird, not the fruit! Join us and become a Kiwi for a while. You’ll get off the beaten tourist track, spend time with some of our favourite Kiwis, and explore a truly diverse range of experiences that we’re proud to say makes us Kiwis: learning Maori traditions and legends, savouring locally produced food and wine, sailing and swimming the local waters, dining with Kiwi farmers, viewing active geysers, meeting a real live kiwi (bird), exploring museums and galleries, and playing with some LGBT locals. Combine this trip with our South Island Sojourn and talk with us about a discount. Interested?
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South Island Sojourn

13 Days

LGBT Mixed: Mar 4 – Mar 16
Moderate level fitness recommended

Join us on a journey through the glorious South Island! This 13 day trip for LGBT travellers immerses you in some our of most remote wilderness, without forsaking comfort and luxury. As on all of our trips, you’ll spend time with our trusted local partners, seeing New Zealand as the locals do. You’ll cruise on a private charter boat, kayak turquoise waters, walk or float through a glowworm cave, hike to a glacier, learn about our farming heritage on a private farm, and taste the fruits of labour in a private vineyard tour. Experience the serene Marlborough Sounds, the beaches of Abel Tasman National Park, the wild West Coast, and the stunning natural beauty of Wanaka’s mountains, lakes, and wilderness. Combine this trip with our North Island Kiwi Culture Tour and talk with us about a discount. Interested?
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Our Services

Private Guides or Self-Drive Itinerary Design

Our tour dates don’t work?

Create your own group and travel your way.

New Zealand is perfect for any kind of trip: a honeymoon, a special family vacation, a way to celebrate a life milestone or anniversary, a reunion for special friends, or special interest trips such as nature, birdwatching, hiking, biking, fishing, or food and wine … let us create a uniquely designed trip just for you and your companions. Your group, your budget, your dream trip.
Contact us to get started

Discounts & Specials

Bride Pride Coupon

Forward this email to any brides you know who participated in Bride Pride Provincetown 2017
We did, and it was such an incredibly love filled day.

Why we participated in Bride Pride

Traveller Stories

Meet Deb, an Aussie who popped over for a much needed holiday.

“Have you ever thought to yourself, I just need to get away, clear the head and immerse myself in nature’s beauty.”
Deb’s Self-Drive Discovery

Trusted Locals

Meet Scotty and Mal, New Zealand LGBT Heros and Activists.

Periodically we’ll highlight some trusted locals we partner with. Get to know them here then let them show you their slice of paradise when you visit.

Why New Zealand is so Gay Friendly


IGLTA Ambassador to New Zealand: Debbie Clarke

I’m so proud to be the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association’s Ambassador for New Zealand.  It’s such an honour to help continue this organisation’s work of promoting LGBT travel globally. 
Ready to begin your journey?
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