There are three options available to travel within New Zealand. Seat in Coach is an economy way to taste the beauty of NZ with an experienced and humorous driver guide; self drive is a more flexible way as you can pick up and drop off rental cars at Airport; if you prefer a deluxe tour, private touring is your best choice.


Interislander’s Cook Strait Ferries travel between Wellington (North Island) and Picton (South Island) New Zealand. It is the most common way of traveling between the two islands without taking air planes. The 92km voyage takes 3 hours and has been described as “one of the most beautiful ferry rides in the world”

If you would like to visit the islands around Auckland, Fullers has been the leading ferry operator in Auckland over 20 years, ferries depart from Auckland downtown, the trips include the historic seaside suburb of Devonport, the volcanic Rangitoto Island, beautiful Waiheke Island and Great Barrier Island (seasonal)

Fullers has been the leading ferry operator in Auckland for over 20 years and offers a range of ferry trips, tours and charters around Auckland Harbour and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. Leisure trips include the historic seaside suburb of Devonport, the volcanic Rangitoto Island, beautiful Waiheke Island and Fullers established Harbour Cruise. Seasonal ferries also operate to Great Barrier Island. Commuter ferry services operate between Downtown Auckland and Birkenhead, Bayswater, Northcote Point, Stanley Bay and Half Moon Bay. Fullers also owns and operates the Waiheke Bus Company, which runs bus services to and from all Fullers ferry arrivals and departures on the island.

Interislander's Cook Strait Ferries travel between Wellington and Picton New Zealand. The 92km voyage takes 3 hours and has been described as "one of the most beautiful ferry rides in the world".

Private Charter Coaches

If you have a big group of 10 or more people, hiring a coach for your fellows will be a great option to travel easily within New Zealand. Check out our coaches with different size.

22 Seater

33-37 Seater

49 seater +

Private Touring

Group tours is not for everyone, if you are sick of sitting, dining next to strangers, set toilet break schedules, if you are the one who likes flexibilities and close up services, private touring is for you.

We have a wide range of vehicles available for selection, they are all comfortable and well maintained vehicles, driven by friendly, professional driver guides who will keep you entertained through out the safe journey. Sit back, and relax.

6-8 Seater

12 Seater

19 Seater


Rental Cars

Self drive is a great way to explore New Zealand. You have the complete freedom in planning your itineraries because you can go anywhere that you wanted to go at your desired time. Generally speaking New Zealand roads are of very high standard, routes are clearly signposted and traffic is light outside of city centre.

We only use vehicles from internationally recognised rental car companies. All rental vehicles are no more than 2 years old with 24/7 road side assistance. The costs include unlimited mileage, basic insurance. Additional insurance waiver and GPS units are additional and can be added and pre-booked.

Please read for more information about driving in New Zealand

Full Size
Intermediate 4WD
Mini bus
Premium Wagon

Sit in coach

A cost effective alternative to air travel with daily scheduled passenger services available throughout the country. Wither you only require airport to hotel transfers or from one city to another. There are companies that cover pretty much all the tour routes. Everything is taken care of when traveling on scenic buses, entrance fees are usually included and optional extras can be added if required. Generally scenic coaches provide complimentary pick up and drop offs from city central accommodations. You may meet some new friends from all around the world and share stories and travel experiences.

Great Sights

Founded in 1987, GreatSights New Zealand operates the most comprehensive range of premium day sightseeing tours in New Zealand. Our nationwide network provides luxury sightseeing tours to destinations throughout New Zealand including the Bay of Islands, Waitomo Caves, Rotorua, Christchurch, Mount Cook, Queenstown and Milford Sound. Everything is taken care of when you travel GreatSights. Entrance fees are included within the tour price and optional extras like lunches can be added if required. Complimentary hotel transfers are provided on most tours and our experienced local driver guides will keep you entertained with informative commentary throughout the tour.

Real Journeys

Travelling along the Milford Road (between Te Anau and Milford) is one of the finest alpine drives in the world. The scenery is exceptional, ranging from broad grassy flats, dense rainforest, and towering mountains through to glacial lakes and alpine herb fields. Jump on board one of our luxury coaches, relax and simply enjoy the breathtaking views without the hassle of driving yourself. Our coaches have been purpose built with tiered and angled seating towards the windows so you have the best view wherever you sit. They also have glass roofs so you don't miss out on seeing the stunning snow-capped mountains along the way. Our bus drivers have been selected for their knowledge of the Fiordland region and driving experience. And our schedule allows plenty of time for short nature walks and photo stops along the way.

Super Shuttle

Super Shuttle™ is the easiest and most cost effective airport transfer option in New Zealand. Our service takes all the hassle out of getting to the airport. Super Shuttle will take you door-to-door, servicing every flight every day with unbeatable value for money.


One of the best ways to really see New Zealand’s ever-changing landscapes unfold and explore some of this country’s special places, unique attractions and outdoor activities is by including the train in your trip.

Through the dramatic contrast of dry beech forests and tussock land on one side of the Alps and lush green landscapes on the other. Comfortable rides, photo stops, entertaining commentaries, tasty food and beverages, what more can you expect from a scenic train? Oh yes, the sceneries, the photos don’t do enough judgments here, first hand experience is required!

Taieri Gorge

The Taieri Gorge train is a sightseeing train trip travelling through spectacular scenery and departing from the historic Dunedin Railway Station in downtown Dunedin. Departing daily it takes you on a journey through the rugged and spectacular Taieri River Gorge, across wrought iron viaducts and through tunnels carved by hand more than 100 years ago. With full commentary, photographic stops and on board refreshments the train offers year round, all-weather entertainment. You can make the return journey to Pukerangi, or Middlemarch, or use the train as the one leg of your journey to or from Queenstown and Central Otago on our connecting 'Track & Trail' coach and Central Train Link

Tranz Alpine

The trip of a lifetime. Truly one of the world’s great scenic train trips through the dramatic contrast of dry beech forests and tussock land on one side of the Alps and lush green landscapes on the other. From Christchurch, cross the patchwork farmland of the Canterbury plains, follow the Waimakariri river, climbing into alpine scenery on a series of spectacular viaducts. Then, after stopping at Arthur's Pass, emerge from the long Otira Tunnel and descend through sub tropical rain forest past beautiful Lake Brunner and on to Greymouth.