MEET THE NATIONAL ICON OF NEW ZEALAND

WHALE WATCHING
AT KAIKOURA

FRESH SALMON
RIGHT FROM THE FARM

The sheep-to-person ratio is very high, where there are 74 million sheep to 23.5 million people — a ratio of three to one.

  • Duration

    12 Days 10 Nights

  • Location

    South Island
    New Zealand

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New Zealand’s 29 regions stretch more than 1,600 kilometres across two main islands.

Each destination is distinctive in character, and with the country being so compact, you can easily visit several on your holiday.

Flight

Return Ticket from KLIA to Christchurch

Luggage

25 – 30kg
Excess at own expenses

Meals

Breakfast and Dinner only.

Flight FromDestinationDateDepartsArrives
KLIAChristchurchTBATBATBA
ChristchurchKLIATBATBATBA

ALTERNATIVE WAY TO DISCOVER NEW ZEALAND

Motorcycle riding in New Zealand is generally relaxed, so you can take in the scenery and see this wonderful country at a comfortable pace, it’s certainly the most important thing to us in the world that everyone enjoys the ride. This is why we use the best bikes, maintain them to exacting standards and equip them with the best  touring tyres to provide the best grip possible, we never cut costs and are proud of our high quality service. Some routes are challenging to say the least, so you will need some degree of experience with riding the size of motorcycle you have chosen for your Trip.

General

  • Limited to 8 Riders
  • 4 Pillions

Tour Profile

  • Good quality asphalt 100%
  • Graded gravel road 0%
  • Challeging Off Road 0%
  • Total distance : 2700km appro.

Route

  • Daily distances :200-400km
  • Riding hour a day: 2-5 hours
  • The tour uses excellent asphalt roads avoiding highway and privileging mountain and coastal roads.

Motorbike

  • Honda NCX750 with 3 cases
  • Honda CX 500 with 3 cases
  • Others are upon request (rental rate may differ by model)
2700KM

Total Distance

100%

Asphalt Quality

0%

Challenging Off-Road

ROUTE

  • Day 1

    Your arrival in Christchurch

  • Day 2

    Christchurch- Lake Tekapo

  • Day 3

    Lake Tekapo-Dunedin

  • Day 6

    Te Anau – Queenstown

  • Day 7

    Queenstown-Cromwell- Wanaka -FrankJosef

  • Day 8

    Frank Josef-Greymounth

  • Day 9

    Greymouth-Koikura

  • Day 10

    Koikura-Christchurch

  • Day 11

    Flight back to Kuala Lumpur

Queenstown

Queenstown sits on the shore of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu among dramatic alpine ranges; it’s rumoured that gold prospectors – captivated by the majestic beauty of the surrounding mountains and rivers – gave this now cosmopolitan town its name.

With a smorgasbord of outdoor activities, Queenstown is the home of the ultimate adventure bucket list. There’s skiing in the winter and activities such as bungy jumping, sky diving, canyon swinging, jet boating, horse trekking and river rafting all year round. It has also become a renowned cycling destination, providing everything from easy scenic tracks to backcountry trails, road rides to heli-biking and the Southern Hemisphere’s only gondola accessed downhill mountain biking.

Wanaka

Nestled below towering mountains, Wanaka is the most tranquilly set of the South Island lakes.

In winter, skiers flock here from all over the world for superb skiing and snowboarding at Cardrona and Treble Cone, cross-country skiing at Snow Farm and heli-skiing high in the Harris Mountains. But Wanaka, New Zealand, is much more than a winter destination. Year round activities include fishing, hiking, canyoning, climbing and skydiving. Visit the nearby towns of Queenstown, Cromwell and Alexandra, go shopping, or simply sit in a café and watch the world pass by.

One of the attractions of a stay in Lake Wanaka is that it combines the warmth of small town living with the quality and attention to detail you’d expect of an international holiday destination. Accommodation ranges from luxury lodges and boutique B&Bs to backpacker lodges and family holiday parks. It’s an easy walk to shops and restaurants from most accommodation and taxis cars and bikes are readily available. And if you want to head out of town, transport providers offer daily services to most popular destinations.

Christchurch

From modern hubs of creativity and charming boutiques and open-air markets, the shopping experience on offer in Christchurch is social, unique and fun. Restaurants, bars and breweries mean that there are plenty of options to recharge after a few hours on your feet exploring the shops.

Invercargill

New Zealand’s southernmost city was founded in the 1850’s and with a population in excess of 53,000, Invercargill is the capital of Southland.

From a visitor’s point of view, Invercargill is well-equipped with an excellent range of shops and a selection of lively restaurants. Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco heritage buildings give the city a charming old-world character.

And just minutes from the city centre there is a great array of coastal landscapes for visitors to explore from the long coastal highway of Oreti Beach, to the native wonders of Waituna Wetlands and Omaui, or the boardwalk on the estuary and heritage wharfs.

Dunedin

Discover the spectacular landscapes, wildlife and local history of Dunedin.
Known as the Edinburgh of New Zealand, Dunedin is the country’s city of the south, wearing its Scottish heritage with pride. Surrounded by dramatic hills and at the foot of a long, picturesque harbour, Dunedin is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. The accommodation is good and plentiful; the nightlife buzzes with funky bars and delicious restaurants and the natural attractions are unique and fascinating.

Kaikoura

Kaikoura is a base for wildlife experiences of all kinds – it’s also a great place to eat crayfish (in the Maori language ‘kai‘ means food, ‘koura‘ means crayfish). Kaikoura’s environment is truly spectacular – the village is caught between the rugged Seaward Kaikoura Range and the Pacific Ocean. In winter the mountains are covered with snow, adding to the drama of the landscape.

Kaikoura’s special talent is marine mammal encounters – whales, fur seals and dolphins live permanently in the coastal waters. Whale watching trips leave the town several times a day and the local seal colony is always entertaining. There are plenty of cafés, restaurants and shops to explore.

Must-do activities in Kaikoura:

  • Go whale-watching by boat or air at any time of the year.
  • Swim with or simply watch beautiful dusky dolphins on a dolphin encounter.
  • Experience seal swimming with the playful New Zealand fur seals in the shallow waters of the beautiful Kaikoura Peninsula.
  • Take a bird watching tour to view seabirds, albatross, molly-mawks, petrels and many more.
  • Meet the local indigenous people and experience Māori culture with Māori Tours Kaikoura.

Te Anau

The picturesque township of Te Anau is the main visitor base for the glacier-carved wilderness that is Fiordland National Park. Home to a wide range of accommodation including lodges, hotels and campgrounds, Te Anau is the perfect place to stay when visiting Milford Sound. It’s best to book accommodation ahead in the busy months of January, February and March.

Restaurants are plentiful and give visitors the opportunity to sample delicious local fare like venison, lobster and seafood.

At the Department of Conservation Visitor Centre you can make plans to walk the Milford, Routeburn or Kepler Tracks. Apart from hiking, popular local activities include scenic flights, lake cruising, fishing, kayaking and exploring the Te Anau Glowworm Caves. There’s also a bird sanctuary that specialises in native birds.

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