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Discover Taranaki

Affectionately known by some as "Taradise"; the Taranaki region is really natural New Zealand at its best. Whether you are from across town, across the country, or across the world, Taranaki has many treasures awaiting your discovery. We make it easy.

We offer tours ranging from a 2 hour City Sights tour, to full-day tours of the Taranaki region. From outdoor adventure to arts and culture, Taranaki has it all, and we will customise your tour to suit your particular interests. We have vehicles to suit any number of people, and our drivers are travel professionals with a wealth of local knowledge.

 

City Sites

Approximately 2 hour tour of New Plymouth City

Highlights Include:

Pukekura Park, Bowl of Brooklands, TSB stadium, Port Taranaki, elevated views of the New Plymouth area, Mighty Mt Taranaki, Sugar loaf islands & Marine sanctuary, Paritutu rock, Puke Ariki landing, Wind wand, Coastal walk way and the Rewa Rewa bridge.

Starting in the heart of New Plymouth the luxury coach will take you to the amazing Rewa Rewa Bridge and one of many points to the coastal walk way. After this a trip to Pukekura Park for a brief look at the one of natures finest treasures. This includes a drive past the famous Bowl of Brooklands and round to the TSB stadium. The tour then makes its way through the city and out to Port Taranaki.

You will head up to the look out point to see uninterrupted 360º elevated views of the New Plymouth area. Observe the Mighty Mt Taranaki on one side and city area melting its way down to the beautiful Sugar loaf islands, Marine sanctuary & Paritutu rock on the coast line. Have your camera ready, as this is a fantastic sight.

The tour returns to the city centre hot spot of Puke Ariki landing. Have your picture taken next to the one and only Wind wand. This ends the tour as you then free to soak up the atmosphere and watch the waves roll in at your feet.

Bookings

Approximate time 2 hours and cost of $55 per person. Minimum of 2 people and order of places to visit may vary. Book Now

 

Taranaki Full Day Tour

Departing 8:00AM and returning approximately 4:30 PM

Highlights Include:

New Plymouth city sites , Surf Highway 45, Crafty Fox, Pukeiti , Shell Todd Oil Services Oil & Gas, North Egmont Visitors centre and much much more.

Once the New Plymouth City sites have been discovered then you will head along surf highway 45 around the Taranaki's West Coast. Stopping at the delightful Crafty Fox for a wonderful display of local arts and crafts.

Travelling up to the Pukeiti Rhododendron Trust to briefly view some of the magnificent acres of shrubs, flowers and peaceful wildlife that it has to offer. From here you will go down to Shell Todd oil and gas production plant and also view the miniature scale-model plant. From here we heading around the mountain to Dawson Falls.

From here you will be taken up to the North Egmont visitor centre for an amazing display of history and views of Mt Taranaki. The tour concludes soon after back in the centre of New Plymouth City.

Bookings

Approximate time 8 hours and cost of $125 per person. Minimum of 4 people and order of places to visit may vary. Tours can be varied to suit individual requirements and pickup/drop-off at your accommodation can be arranged. Book Now

We have an extensive network of contacts to help you discover the best of our region. You are welcome contact us to discuss your requirements, and we'll help you plan your tour. Alternatively, plan your own tour or destination, and well take you there with our charter services.

Please note: (1) Refreshments and food are not included in the cost of the tour.

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