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Private Tours

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Wine Tours

Experience Central Otago’s premium wine and food.  Taste, indulge and immerse yourself in the tastes and sights of Central Otago. 
Central Otago is famous for creating exceptional wine, succulent summer fruits, organic vegetables, wild thyme and fragrant herbs, world class saffron, extra virgin olive oils and tender lamb and beef.

Explore the flavours of Central Otago and experience world class wine, winning restaurants and cellar doors and good old-fashioned Southern hospitality at its very best!

Obelisk or Kopuwai on the Old Man Range, Central Otago

Off the Beaten Track

Discover some of Central Otago’s amazing, un-touched hidden treasures.  Experience spectacular rugged Central Otago scenery and immerse yourself in nature, history and native fauna. 

Explore Central Otago’s most famous landmarks and experience a world of difference.  Your Private Tour guide will share the history and local knowledge and ensure a memorable day out.

Cromwell Heritage Precinct, Central Otago

Heritage Tours

Immerse yourself in the history of Central Otago, exploring the gold rush by land and water. Learning about the lengths and strengths of the pioneers that shaped the country we now explore.
Central Otago is rich in history and heritage.  From early Māori settlements, pioneering farmers, the Central Otago gold rush to fruit and wine, all brining a mix of cultures, traditions, and architecture.
Explore Central Otago’s heritage sites and experience historic landmarks, heritage precincts and beautifully preserved historic buildings.

Custom Tours

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Have you got an idea of some of the sights you wish to see? Do you want something a little bit different?

We can create a bespoke itinerary customized to your interests and requirements.

 

Some Bespoke Itinerary Ideas...

  • Vineyard Tours and Tastings

  • Lake Cruise

  • Milford Sound Kayak Experience

  • Doubtful Sound Overnight Cruise

  • Cycle Trails

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