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New Zealand group tours for solo travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to New Zealand

Why travel solo to New Zealand?

Adventure capital of the world, Land of the Long White Cloud, location of Middle Earth…this friendly island nation has plenty to shout about.

Take the North Island, with its subtropical sandy beaches, cone-shaped mountains and steaming volcanic plateau. For city culture, there’s Auckland and Wellington, while Rotorua and Tongariro are steeped in Maori heritage. And let’s not forget the dramatic Huka Falls or Waitomo’s magical glow worm caves. 

Then there’s South Island, where every corner reveals ever-more dramatic scenery, from the world-famous Marlborough vineyards to the sawtooth peaks of the Southern Alps. Every activity imaginable is available in buzzing Queenstown, while Franz Josef Glacier and Milford Sound are just two of many show-stoppers. 

Whether you’re a wine connoisseur, all-out adrenaline junkie or Lord of the Rings location-spotter, our pioneering two-week New Zealand small group tour for solo travelers has it all.

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Top places to visit in New Zealand


Framed by epic mountains and perched on a glistening lake, Queenstown is New Zealand’s adrenaline rush capital and activity base extraordinaire. From bungee jumping and skydiving to jet-boating and whitewater rafting, it’s the ultimate outdoor playground.


Perfect water bounded by rainforested cliffs, roaring waterfalls and glacier-carved peaks; Milford Sound is the jewel of Fiordland National Park. It’s a wildlife wonder, too, being home to dolphins, seals and crested penguins.


A picturesque town set against snowcapped mountains; this area is well known for its abundance of marine life, including sperm whales, fur seals and penguins. Swimming with dolphins here is an activity you can’t miss.


Franz Josef is a small but lively town that attracts visitors with its astounding, blue-hued glacier. Taking a scenic helicopter flight over the glacier will undoubtedly become a core life memory.

Trips to New Zealand

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15 Days in New Zealand

New Zealand: An Epic Journey

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New Zealand Facts

What's the national language?


What's the currency?

New Zealand dollar


New Zealand Standard Time (GMT +12)

Top three activities

1. Heli-flight over Franz Josef Glacier
2. Swim with dolphins in Kaikoura
3. Wine tasting in Marlborough

Top five dishes to try

1. Crayfish & seafood
2. Māori hāngī
3. New Zealand lamb
4. New Zealand pies
5. Fish & chips

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Average temp in high season

What's the weather like?

New Zealand has a number of different climate zones due to the size of the country. The north island has subtropical weather during the summer months whereas southern parts are cooler with mild summers and cold, snowy winters. The average summer temperature in New Zealand is between 20 and 25ºC (77ºF) with an average winter temperature of 12 to 16ºC (61ºF).

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