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Trips to New Zealand

New Zealand is a breathtaking land of natural beauty and an outdoor lovers paradise. With mammoth national parks, craggy volcanos and mountains, stunning coastlines and beautiful Māori and Kiwi culture, there is so much to explore.

This captivating land, nestled in the South Pacific Ocean, boasts two large islands - North Island and South Island - each with its own distinct character. North Island showcases vibrant cities, geothermal wonders and Maori culture, while South Island unveils dramatic landscapes from the rugged Southern Alps to serene fjords and pristine lakes. Adventurers can tackle challenging walking trails from the Tongariro Alpine Crossing to the iconic Milford Track. Alternatively, indulge in leisurely pursuits like cycling through vineyards or exploring vibrant local markets. The warmth of Kiwi hospitality, alongside breathtaking landscapes and a rich cultural tapestry, ensures that a trip to New Zealand will be an unforgettable journey.

Worldwide Adventure Holidays

We offer over 360 active adventures in 100 countries worldwide. Best known for our pioneering itineraries and challenging trips with an 'edge', we also offer a range of easier guided and self-guided walking, cycling, family and wildlife journeys throughout the world. Based in Keswick in the Lake District, we are passionate about creating unique travel experiences for our customers.

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Trusted

40 years of operating; fully bonded and your money 100% protected.

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Active

From leisurely walking and cycling to push-your-limits expeditions.

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Worldwide

400 Guided Group and Self-Guided adventures in 100 countries.

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Sustainable

100% carbon absorption. Caring for the environment and local communities.

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