- A tour of Fiordland could take 1-2 days dependant on timing allowances. It includes visits to Lake Manapouri, Lake Te Anau, Lower Hollyford, Mirror Lake and Milford Sound.Trip onto the fiord and visit the underwater observatory.
- Invercargill and Bluff at the southern tip of the South Island, within sight of Stewart Island and sampling NZ ‘s Bluff Oysters, in season, and Blue Cod, straight from the sea. Invercargill the southern most city in New Zealand, and home of the World’s Fastest Indian.
- A drive around Catlin’s coast allows you to see the spectacular beaches, light-houses and other points if interest usually seeing penguins and sea lions, as well as visiting some unique craft shops
- Doubtful Sound. Manapouri to Deep Cove and an Underground Hydro Electric Power Plant are also keen points of interest.
- Catch the ferry or fly to Stewart Island and do a walking or bus tour of the island’s populated area. There are fantastic bush walks or visit the native gardens with abundant bird life. Dolphins and penguins are often spotted here.
- Go from one of NZ’s oldest fishing ports to a now prime holiday destination at Riverton. Through some of the more rugged coastal areas of NZ to Tuatapere, a Milling town near the coast on to Coalmining areas and rolling sheep country.
- Visiting Central Otago with its semi arid, desert climate – the Fruit Bowl of the South and its newly developed wineries.
- Queenstown/Glenorchy/Arrowtown – you’ll be spoiled for choice in scenery and activities.
- Dunedin the Edinburgh of the South a University city – see albatross, penguins and sea life and visit Larnach’s Castle, a marae, visit museums