Hello and welcome to MoaTours New Zealand!

MoaTours holidays are designed especially for mature travellers who want to explore our beautiful countryside, enjoy special annual events and get to know the locals over relaxed lunches in their homes.

The difference between MoaTours and other small group tours is the all inclusive costs. From the moment you step on board our coach (maximum 18 travellers) everything is taken care of by our knowledgeable and helpful Kiwi guide. All meals, sightseeing, entrance fees and activities are included in your tour cost. All South Island tours include return Auckland/Auckland airfares.

Our leisurely paced itineraries are four to seven days in length and cover the country from Cape Reinga in the North to Stewart Island in the South. Each tour focuses on just one or two regions so you will have time to enjoy their special attractions and discover those off the beaten track places.

And you’ll end each day in quality, en suite accommodation with a great “sense of place”.

We’re a family owned business and we’ve been running unforgettable small group tours of New Zealand for over 40 years. It’s our mission to make travelling around our beautiful country the best travelling experience you’ve ever had. It’s what we live for.

Sound good so far? Take a look at our tours here or get your free brochure now.

Hello and welcome to MoaTours New Zealand!

MoaTours holidays are designed especially for mature travellers who want to explore our beautiful countryside, enjoy special annual events and get to know the locals over relaxed lunches in their homes.

The difference between MoaTours and other small group tours is the all inclusive costs. From the moment you step on board our coach (maximum 18 travellers) everything is taken care of by our knowledgeable and helpful Kiwi guide. All meals, sightseeing, entrance fees and activities are included in your tour cost. Our leisurely paced itineraries are four to seven days in length and cover the country from Cape Reinga in the North to Stewart Island in the South. Each tour focuses on just one or two regions so you will have time to enjoy their special attractions and discover those off the beaten track places.

We’re a family owned business and we’ve been running unforgettable small group tours of New Zealand for over 40 years. It’s our mission to make travelling around our beautiful country the best travelling experience you’ve ever had. It’s what we live for.

Sound good so far? Take a look at our tours here or get your free brochure now.

MoaTours Guest and Guide at the Cape Reinga Lighthouse

MoaTours Gallery 2018/2019

Highlights of our Small Group Escapes for Mature Travellers from the 2018/19 season.

Our most popular small group tours

World of WearableArt Awards Show

Begin your trip with a stay at the spectacular Chateau Tongariro

Platinum seats at WOW

Explore the Art Deco architecture of the Hawke's Bay

Visitors to Crosshills Garden in front of flowering Rhododendrons

Famous Pukeiti Gardens

Admire panoramic views from Puketarata Garden, set high on a hill

Soak up the spacious, park-like grounds of Cross Hills Garden

Spring flowers and ocean views at Fisherman's Bay Garden Akaroa

Enjoy the lively and famous Christmas Country Fete

Soak up the French history and ambience of charming Akaroa

Stroll the gardens of Akaunui then join the owners for an exclusive lunch

Why MoaTours?

  • We're locals, we all live and grew up right here and have been travelling our own big back yard all our lives
  • All inclusive, small group tours of 18 people maximum
  • Friendly and personal. You'll get to know our team and we're happy to help you make your trip extra special
  • Relaxed pace of travel, fully supported by your guide every step of the way
  • Guaranteed departures
  • New Zealand family owned and operated
MoaTours guests enjoying an icecream in front of the Pohutakawa flowers at the Houhora Harbour in Northland

From start to finish, everything absolutely everything is included, you don't need to worry about a thing!

  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners in our favourite local restaurants and cafes
  • Entrance fees, activities, sightseeing and even airfares
  • Accommodation, transport and of course your friendly Kiwi guide
Cruising on Chaddy's lifeboat in New Plymouth

There are so many amazing people all over New Zealand, and we love nothing more than introducing you to friends of ours out on the road.

  • Enjoy the southern hospitality of Ian & Di Mackenzie at Akaunui Homestead in Canterbury, and their dogs!
  • Descendents of the famous 'Guide Sofia' in Lake Tarawera, Karen Walmsley and her husband David
  • Our relaxed home hosted lunches all around the country are a MoaTours favourite

 

 

Meet your host Di Mackenzie at Akaunui Homestead in Canterbury

Your guide will be your best friend on tour and will take care of absolutely everything, all you have to do is sit back and enjoy yourself!

  • They'll take care of all the driving, check ins, luggage, anything at all.
  • You'll learn so much you didn't know aboutl the areas you visit, MoaTours guides are walking encyclopedias, if there's anything you want to know just ask!
  • Your guides have years of experience and are all first aid trained and have the full backup support of our office team 24 hours a day.
The MoaTours guide team on the sand dunes in the Hokianga Harbour

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Travel Articles

MoaTours Kiwi Guide Matt talks about our new Early Explorers Queen Charlotte Sound to Akaroa 7 day tour

A Guide’s Perspective - Early Explorers

Our new Early Explorers from Queen Charlotte Sound to Akaroa is a brand new tour for us and I’ve been chosen to be the Kiwi Guide for this trip and very pleased I am!

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History of the World of WearableArt Awards Show

The World of WearableArt Awards Show® (WOW) is the leading wearable art design competition in the world.

Tour Reviews

Guests enjoying a guided tour at Stonehenge Aotearoa in Wairarapa
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Wairarapa Wandering

Margaret and Peter Chard

We were planning to do our own touring in this region, but didn't fancy driving those long distances. Loved climbing up to Cape Palliser Lighthouse followed by fish and chips at Lake Ferry.