New Zealand Explorer Southbound
From sprawling glaciers, snow-capped mountains and spectacular fjords on the South Island, to the secluded beaches, volcanic craters and cosmopolitan ...
Kiwi Experience - North to South (Sheep Dog Bus Pass)
You’d be barking mad to miss out on this fantastic hop on hop off Sheep Dog bus pass which will ...
Kiwi Experience - All of NZ (Funky Chicken Bus Pass)
Forget the boring, old tourist routes, this fantastic Funky Chicken bus pass takes you to the most exciting areas of ...
New Zealand Paid Work
This is the perfect programme combining everything you need to enjoy a working holiday in New Zealand on your gap ...
New Zealand Conservation
Breathtakingly beautiful scenery is the backdrop to this awesome opportunity to really get stuck in to some serious New Zealand ...
North Island Tracks Southbound
Explore New Zealand's heartland from the secluded beaches of the coast to the volcanic craters of the central plateau. Travel ...
Round the World Gap Year - The Whole Schbang
Marvel atthe Taj Mahal, eat your body-weight in Pad Thai, catch a wave in Australia, swim with dolphins in New ...
Round the World - Sand and Tanned
An exciting, all-encompassing way to visit three of the most popular backpacker destinations.Witness the beauty of the exquisite Erawan waterfalls ...
Round the World - Koalas and Kiwis
Work your way around Australia and New Zealand, experiencing the best of these amazingcountries. Release your inner Aussie and learn ...
Top trips - New Zealand
Gap year New Zealand
New Zealand frequently tops polls for travel destinations worldwide. Is it the scenery? A hike on the coast track through Abel Tasman National Park might make you think so. Is it the food? Dine in Wellington and you’d be tempted to say yes. Is it the outdoor activity? Well, this is the home of extreme sports… Whatever it is, this amazing country will give you a gap year to remember.
Adventure travel New Zealand
Even without its legendary fondness for bungee jumping, New Zealand has adventure travel down. This is an outdoorsy place: come here and you’ll be kayaking down the Whanganui River, trekking past glaciers and mud pools to volcanoes, and relaxing with whale-watching and a visit to the albatross, penguins and seals of Otago Peninsula.
Student travel New Zealand
New Zealand is very backpacker-friendly, so student travel is no problem. You’ll find the people peaceful and open, and there’s a cultural landscape that easily matches that outdoors. You can explore Maori lifestyle and history, investigate the art scene in Wellington, tour the wine region of Hawkes Bay or simply study the country’s world-class cuisine.
Volunteer work New Zealand
If you want to dig deeper into the culture of New Zealand, volunteer work is an excellent place to start. There are wildlife conservation projects you can join that will add a whole new dimension to your trip.