Auckland is a great place to visit for sightseeing!

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and forms forms the main industry hub of the country. The city itself is spread out and allows the average family to have their own home and section. Auckland is also called the "City of Sails" because of the number of boats on the harbour. Sailing is a New Zealand passion, and it shows with the America's Cup win and the number of top skippers that the country produces.

Sightseeing can be arranged in a package or as a customised tour over one or more days. We pick you up from your hotel or other accommodation and drop you back. Also, all food during the day is arranged - so you can sit back, relax and see the sights.


Auckland City Half Day tour
A popular tour is the day tour that encompasses all of Auckland's main attractions. Your driver has knowledge in local history and events, and can guide you through the entire trip with interesting facts. Key attractions include Auckland's most popular volcano (Mt Eden), the history and architecture of Ponsonby and its buildings, Royal Yacht Squadron (America's Cup boats), Viaduct Basin, Bastion Point (historical), Parnell Rose Gardens, winter gardens and then back to the hotel. Overall a fantastic day out to see all the sights that Auckland city has to offer in one trip!

Adults $95 each
Children $55 each


Auckland City and Waitakere Ranges tour
See all the sights of Auckland city plus Devonport, then head out to the Waitakere Ranges where you will find outstanding beaches and spectacular scenery. See the Garnet Colonies of birds and absolutely amazing views of the rugged western coastline.

Adults $175 each
Children $95 each

Auckland has two huge harbours enfolding an environment that's alive with cultural excitement and sea-flavoured challenges. Auckland is New Zealand's largest city.

Auckland has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline-pumping adventure to a relaxing day out, you need never be bored in Auckland.

Auckland's CBD has a range of shopping, dining and entertainment options including cafes, restaurants and nightclubs. The Auckland City Art Gallery is New Zealand's oldest and largest. The Heritage Gallery, open since 1888, focuses on historical works. Auckland War Memorial Museum has collections of Maori taonga (treasures) and South Pacific art. The Museum of Transport and Technology, (MOTAT) is an interactive museum that specialises in the history and contemporary aspects of transport and technology.

The New Zealand National Maritime Museum is on Auckland's waterfront has an extensive display of nautical exhibits. The Waitemata Harbour's sparkling waters are home to numerous islands and constant water activity. Ferry companies offer a variety of harbour cruises and trips to the islands of the Hauraki Gulf beyond the harbour. Kayaking and windsurfing are also popular activities.

More rugged than the Waitemata Harbour, the Manukau Harbour does not enjoy the popularity of its across-town cousin, but it does have much to offer. Good fishing and excellent wind-surfing are to be had.