Stray Hop On-Hop Off New Zealand (Maximus Bus Pass: 28 Days)

This Stray pass covers almost ALL of New Zealand from Cape Reinga all the way down to Invercargill! (Excludes Eastern Cape in winter)

Mapa Auckland, Nueva Zelanda
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12 meses
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30
Edad mínima
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18 años
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QUÉ ESTÁ INCLUIDO

  • New Zealand bus pass valid for 12 months
  • Flexible, guided travel around New Zealand
  • Sube y baja donde quieras
  • Start and finish anywhere you like
  • Comfortable private buses
  • Stray Driver Guide - source of local knowledge, can help with booking activities & accommodation
  • Off the beaten track - authentic, local culture

Lo que está excluido

  • Accommodation cost - you have the flexibility to choose and pay-as-you-go at exclusive Stray prices!
  • Comidas
  • Activities - you have the flexibility to choose and pay-as-you-go!

Por qué amamos esto

"We love Stray because they take you further off the beaten track than anyone else, to remote destinations known as their Strademark Places!"

QUE ESPERAR

 

¿QUIÉNES SON EXTRAVIADOS?

 

Stray is an independently owned travel company, made up of a group of young travellers who are passionate about making sure you experience awesome adventures. They are known for their flexible travel passes that take you completely off the beaten track. Every one of their chosen location has tonnes of things to do and see, you can choose to stay in each place for as long as you like and tailor the trip to your style - from learning to surf to climbing mountains, from helicopter rides to thermal pools, Hobbiton to Maori weaving - you can do it all in New Zealand!

 

The Maximus Pass Itinerary

 

DAY 1: AUCKLAND TO PAIHIA

 

Your Stray adventure starts in New Zealand's most buzzing city, Auckland. From there you'll head 3 hours north to the beautiful Bay of Islands, an area on New Zealand's northern tip consisting of over 140 subtropical islands. On the way we'll stop at Parry Kauri Forest to marvel at some of the world's largest trees. We'll spend the rest of the day enjoying the beautiful, relaxing seaside town of Paihia, go dolphin spotting, paragliding or even skydiving!

 

Where are we staying?

 

Base Bay of Islands, Pipi Patch - a hostel just along from the beach.

 

What can we do here?

Catch the ferry across to historic Russell (NZ’s former capital), join the 'Hole in the Rock' cruise, go kayaking and enjoy a classic Kiwi BBQ dinner at the hostel.

 

Free Activity

Tree hugging Kauri trees at Parry Kauri Forest

 

 

DAY 2: PAIHIA TO CAPE REINGA AND BACK

 

We're up bright and early, to give ourselves plenty of time to make our way to New Zealand's most northern tip Cape Reinga! We'll travel along 90 Mile Beach (which is actually an official highway!), and stop off at Te Paki Stream where you'll have the chance to go sand boarding on some of the biggest sand dunes in New Zealand! Reckon you can handle it? Once we've made it to Cape Reinga, go check out where the Tasman and Pacific Ocean meet, watch the swirl of waves crashing against each other. Afterwards, we'll take a long walk through the kauri forest, feast on a classic Kiwi dinner of fish 'n' chips at Mangonui and then head back to Paihia in the evening. 

 

Where are we staying?

Hostel along the beach from Paihia.

 

What can we do here?

Enjoy a classic Kiwi fish 'n' chip dinner.

 

Free Activity

Sand dune surfing.

 

 

DAY 3: PAIHIA TO AUCKLAND

 

Enjoy a relaxing start to the day, take a lie in and spend morning at your own pace. If you fancy a more active morning, join the half-day 'Hole in the Rock' dolphin cruise, take a walk to the nearby Haruru Falls or hang out on the beach. By about mid-afternoon, we'll head back down to Auckland, where you can take part in heaps of activities on offer (like the Sky Tower walk) if you've got an extra day or two!

 

Where are we staying?

Nomads Auckland - a centrally located hostel.

 

What can we do here?

Paihia: Join the 'Hole in the Rock' cruise.
Auckland: Bungy off Auckland bridge, do the Sky Tower walk, go on a whale and dolphin safari.

 

Free Activity

Walk around Paihia and chill on the beach or visit Haruru Falls.

 

 

DAY 4: AUCKLAND TO HAHEI

 

Today we leave Auckland and venture south towards the Coromandel Peninsula via the colonial town of Thames. The Coromandel Peninsula is one of the most beautiful spots on New Zealand's North Island. Once we arrive in Hahei, a small beachside town, we'll get settled into our accommodation and then head over to Hot Water Beach. At Hot Water Beach you can dig your own hot tub in the sand and soak in the natural hot spring. It's got to be the most relaxing way to spend a day at the beach! That evening join the group for a delicious Kiwi BBQ.

 

Where are we staying?

Hahei Holiday Resort - with exclusive to Stray waterfront accommodation.

 

What can we do here?

Dig your own hot tub on Hot Water Beach!

 

Free Activity

Explore the beautiful beach of Cathedral Cove.

 

 

DAY 5: HAHEI

 

Today is all about discovering why Haihei is such a popular holiday destination for New Zealanders! Go kayaking in Cathedral Cove and see if you can recognise any filming locations from the Narnia series. Or spend the day on the water and take a boat tour across the Te-Whanganui-a-Hei Marine Reserve, if you're feeling really active, get fully immersed and join a snorkelling excursion.

 

Where are we staying?

Hahei Holiday Resort - with exclusive to Stray waterfront accommodation.

 

What can we do here?

Go kayaking, hire bikes, take boat tour or join a seafood cooking class.

 

Free Activity

Explore old Maori cultural sites.

 

 

DAY 6: HAHEI TO RAGLAN

 

We head out of Hahei early to the rural region of Waikato. Our morning starts with a trip out to Bridal Veil Falls, we'll take a short walk through native bush before reaching the 55m cascading waterfall. From there we'll carry on our journey to Raglan, the surfing capital of NZ! You'll have the chance to learn how to surf on Raglan's legendary left-hand surf break. If you don't fancy getting wet you can spend the afternoon watching surfers tackle the waves from the beach. We'll end the day by watching the sun go down from Inspiration Point. 

 

Where are we staying?

Karioi Lodge - an eco-lodge, near the beach set in native bush.

 

What can we do here?

Learn to surf or take a sunset cruise around the bay (summer only).

 

Free Activity

Take a bush walk around Mt Karioi.

 

 

DAY 7: RAGLAN (VIA WAITOMO) TO ROTORUA

 

Heading out early again, to our first stop of the day Waitomo! Here you will have the opportunity to go black water rafting in the Waitomo Glowworm Caves. From there we'll continue on down to Rotorua, New Zealand's geothermal capital. From Rotorua you can visit Hobbiton in Matamata and explore all of the cute Hobbit Holes in the Shire. Lord of the Rings not your thing? Take the chance to explore all of Rotorua's geothermal hot pools or enjoy a cultural experience at Tamaki Maori Village

 

Where are we staying?

YHA Rotorua - a comfortable hostel, centrally located.

 

What can we do here?

Black water rafting in Waitomo, Hobbiton tour or visit Tamaki Maori Village.

 

Free Activity

Walk around Ruakuri Reserve and do the Waitomo Valley Caves walk.

 

 

DAY 8: ROTORUA TO LAKE ANIWHENUA

 

We leave around midday today, so you have the morning to get involved in some of the activities on offer in Rotorua, like luging or even zorbing! That afternoon we head a little of the beaten track to Lake Aniwhenua, one of Stray's BEST overnight stops as voted by their passengers. We'll head into the Kaingoroa Forest, where we will meet our local Maori guide who will lead us to NZ's oldest Maori rock carvings. That evening we will learn more about Maori traditions, enjoy Maori games, feast on a 'Hangi" a feast that is cooked underground and finish with a sunset drink at Taniwha Bar overlooking the lake.

 

This is a ‘Strademark’ experience for $89 it includes:

  • 1 night’s accommodation at Kohutapu Lodge
  • 1 x Hangi dinner, 1x dessert and 1x continental breakfast
  • Guided tour to sacred Maori rock carvings
  • Introduction to the Murupara area, its people, history and challenges
  • Learn traditional Maori games
  • Participation in a local community program (school term only)

This ‘Strademark’ overnight experience is optional, but in our opinion, it's an absolute must do!

 

Where are we staying?

Kohutapu Lodge - a scenic lakefront lodge

 

What can we do here?

 

Rotorua: white water rafting, zorbing, ziplining.
Lake Aniwhenua: night eeling experience, flax weaving, Haka lesson.

 

 

DAY 9: LAKE ANIWHENUA TO BLUE DUCK STATION

 

That morning, after breakfast we visit a local school to deliver packed lunches to children that often go without. Next up, Taupo! We make a quick visit to the mighty Huka Falls after which you can spend the day doing a skydive. Free fall from 14,000ft over New Zealand's largest lake and look out for Mount Doom. This evening we head to another one of Stray's most popular overnight stops, located in Whakahoro, in one of the most remote parts of the North Island, Blue Duck Station. A 7,200 acre country farm, it's both a working station and environmental leader. We'll learn about life on Blue Duck and enjoy an evening around the campfire.

 

Where are we staying?

 

Blue Duck Station - a country farm lodge.

 

What can we do here?

 

Skydiving and bungy jumping in Taupo.

 

Free Activity

Soak yourself in Taupo's free natural hot pools.

 

 

DAY 10: BLUE DUCK STATION

 

Today is up to you! Spend the day exploring this incredible location, cruise around the farm roads and through native bush on a 4WD, learn about the sation's settlement history and conservation work or go horseback riding, maybe even kayaking along the river? The choice really is yours! It doesn't matter what you choose just as long as you opt outdoors and enjoy all the Blue Duck has to offer.

 

Where are we staying?

 

Blue Duck Station - a country farm lodge.

 

What can we do here?

 

An eco-warrior 4WD tour, a half day horse trek, kayaking, jet boating and so much more!

 

Free Activity

Walk to the Kaiwhakauka waterfall and take in the beautiful surroundings.

 

 

DAY 11: BLUE DUCK STATION TO RAETIHI

 

We're up at the crack of dawn today to make our way to the UNESCO Dual World Heritage Site of Tongariro National Park. Hiking the epic Tongariro Alpine Crossing is one of the most popular things to do in New Zealand. This 19km walk will take you across a rocky terrain with a moon-like atmosphere, past craters and turquoise lakes that you really have to see believe. Oh and not forgetting Mount Doom of course! Make sure you pack a backpack full of supplies and clothing for all conditions (it gets cold up there!). That evening we'll stay in the historic nurses home in Raetihi, with farm animals, pamper room, spa bath with mountain views all to enjoy.

 

Where are we staying?

 

Snowy Waters Lodge - Restored historic lodge with mountain views.

 

What can we do here?

 

Tongariro Alpine Crossing, mountain bike Old Coach Road, plus skiing and snowboarding in winter!

 

Free Activity

Taranaki Falls walk and visit Tawhai Falls (Gollum’s pool).

 

DAY 12: RAETIHI TO WELLINGTON

 

We're up early again to head south towards NZ's capital, Wellington. We'll make our way via the rural towns of Ohakune, Taihape and Bulls. Today is all about exploring 'the coolest little capital in the world' according to Lonely Planet, this city has more bars, cafes and restaurants per capita than New York City. Home to New Zealand's parliament buildings be sure to check out the iconic 'Beehive'. It's also jam-packed with arts, culture, craft beers and heaps of shopping! Take the afternoon to explore all the Wellington has to offer, definitely down Oriental Parade and make a trip to the fascinating.

 

Where are we staying?

 

Nomads capital - a hostel located in the city centre.

 

What can we do here?

 

Visit the Weta Workshop (we're Lord of the Rings & Avatar was made), go for dinner & drinks at one of the many restaurants on offer!

 

Free Activity

Head up to the top of Mount Victoria for fantastic views of the city.

 

 

DAY 13: WELLINGTON TO MARAHAU (ABEL TASMAN)

 

We catch the early morning ferry across the Cook Strait toward New Zealand's South Island, where you'll pick up your Stray bus in Picton. Once everyone's on board, we'll drive through the picturesque wine region of Malborough, stopping off to sample some of the area's world renowned Sauvignon Blanc, then its on to the coastal town of Nelson. We'll make a pit-stop in Motueka to pick up some supplies before our overnight stay in Marahau, right on the edge of the spectacular Abel Tasman National Park

 

Where are we staying?

The Barn - unique Stay accommodation on the edge of Abel Tasman National Park.

 

What can we do here?

Go wine tasting in Marlborough or skydiving over Abel Tasman!

 

Free Activity

Mussel tasting around the campfire and stargazing.

 

 

DAY 14: MARAHAU (ABEL TASMAN)

 

Today is up to you! Make the most of being in one of New Zealand's sunniest spots and take time to explore every inch of Abel Tasman. Go hiking on some of NZ's Great Walks, try kayaking across the national park's turquoise waters, go sailing or hop on a water taxi and find a secluded beach to while away the day. 

 

Where are we staying?

The Barn - unique Stay accommodation on the edge of Abel Tasman National Park.

 

What can we do here?

Join a sailing trip, hop on a water taxi, go kayaking, try stand-up paddle boarding or hang gliding even board a scenic microlight flight - there is so much on offer in Abel Tasman!

 

Free Activity

Go for a swim, hike one of NZ's great walks and relax on a golden sand beach.

 

 

DAY 15: MARAHAU (ABEL TASMAN) TO WESTPORT

 

This morning we're heading south towards the "wild" West Coast. a rugged, untamed coastline, home to some of New Zealand's most beautiful natural attractions and spectacular sunsets. We'll head through Buller Gorge along one of the top 10 drives in the world according to Lonely Planet. We'll take a walk along the craggy cliffs at Cape Foulwind and spot the seal colony that live at Tauranga Bay after which we'll head to the old coal mining town of Westport. This historic town is renowned for having the best waves on the South Island, so grab a board and go for a surf lesson!

 

Where are we staying?

TripInn Westport - a charming villa, packed with character in the centre of town.

 

What can we do here?

Go surfing, caving or beer tasting on a craft beer brewery tour!

 

Free Activity

Spot the Westport seals and watch a mesmirising West Coast sunset.

 

 

DAY 16: WESTPORT TO FRANZ JOSEF

 

We're up early this morning to head further down the rugged West Coast. We'll be stopping off at Punakaiki’s famous Pancake Rocks, unique limestone rock formations with impressive blowholes. We'll make a short stop in the historic town of Greymouth for a few pick-ups, before heading to the greenstone capital of Hokitika, so grab yourself a precious gem! Before finally stopping at the quaint town of Franz Josef, home to the mighty Franz Josef Glacier

 

Where are we staying?

Rainforest Retreat - a lodge in the middle of the rainforest.

 

What can we do here?

Do a Heli-Hike of Franz Josef Glacier.

 

Free Activity

 

Visit Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and the mighty blowholes or walk along the beach in Hokitika.

 

 

DAY 17: FRANZ JOSEF

 

You have the whole day to explore Franz Josef Glacier, a West Coast highlight. The best way to experience the glacier is on a guided tour. One of the most popular tours with Stray passengers features a heli-hike onto the glacier with a guided educational tour on the ice and includes entry to the hot pools afterwards. You can also take a scenic flight over the top of the mountains or join a bush walk in the region.

 

Where are we staying?

Rainforest Retreat - a lodge in the middle of the rainforest.

 

What can we do here?

Glacier heli-hike (entry to hot pools included), kayaking, quad-biking or skydiving.

 

Free Activity

Relax in one of NZ’s largest spa pools at your accommodation.

 

 

DÍA 18: Franz Josef a Wanaka

 

Today we're saying goodbye to the West Coast and heading south towards Wanaka. We'll make a quick stop in Fox Glacier for pick-ups before heading on to the beautiful Lake Matheson for a little stretch of the legs after which we'll head inland along Haast Pass towards Wanaka. This is one of the most scenic drives on the itinerary so we'll make sure we stop for plenty of photo opportunities. We’ll pass by the beautiful Lake Hawea and arrive in Wanaka around late-afternoon with plenty of time to enjoy this gorgeous lakeside town.

 

Where are we staying?

Base Wanaka - central Wanaka hostel.

 

What can we do here?

Skydiving, lake cruise, visit Puzzling World.

 

Free Activity

Lake Matheson walk, Ship Creek walk, Blue Pools walk or Thunder Creek Falls walk.

 

 

DÍA 19: Wanaka a Queenstown

 

Start your day with a brisk walk up Mt Iron, a skydive over Lake Wanaka or learn how to fly a stunt plane - the morning's activties are up to you! Around mid-morning we'll head to the adventure capital of Queenstown, also known for being the home of bungy jumping, as the first commerical bungy jump took place on the Kawarau Bridge. We'll make a stop here, so you have the chance to take a leap of faith, are you brave enough? Queenstown has a buzzing nightlife with excellent restaurants, pubs, bars and live music venues for you to party the night away! 

 

Where are we staying?

Base Queenstown - a central accommodation in the heart of all the action!

 

What can we do here?

Puzzling World, skydiving, mountain biking, bungy jumping.

 

Free Activity

Walk Mt Iron, watch people jumping off the Kawarau Bridge!

 

 

DAY 20: QUEENSTOWN

 

Today is up to you! Make the most of your free day by experiencing all of the activities Queenstown has on offer. With a buzzing night life, stunning mountain scenery and with so many activities available, it’s easy to see why Stray passengers often extend their stay here in Queeno! Take your pick from bungy jumping, swing on the world's largest swing, go ziplining, canyoning, jet boating, skiing, skydiving or just relax by the lake with a tasty Fergburger.

 

Where are we staying?

Base Queenstown - a central accommodation in the heart of all the action!

 

What can we do here?

Any one of the crazy activities on offer here! Go bungy jumping, jet boating, luging, skydiving, horse riding... to name but a few!

 

Free Activity

Go swimming in the lake or walk up Bob's Peak.

 

 

DAY 21: QUEENSTOWN TO GUNN'S CAMP

 

Today is one of the best days on the trip! We'll wake up super early to make our way across to the spectacular Milford Sound. Oftern referred to as the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' and considered one of NZ's most famous destinations. We'll drive past Lake Wakatipua, mountainous landscape, glacier carved valleys and fiords on the way to Milford Sound. The fiord is known for its rich marine ecology, so keep your eyes peeled for penguins, dolphins, seals, maybe even whales! After a fantastic day on the water, we'll head to our unique overnight Stray accommodation at Gunn's Camp located in the peaceful Hollyford Valley. Here you can enjoy an evening under the stars, spot glow-worms and listen out for native kiwi birds.

 

Where are we staying?

Gunn's Camp - a historic camp situated in the Fiordland National Park.

 

What can we do here?

Enjoy a Milford Sound scenic cruise.

 

Free Activity

Take in the incredible surroundings at Gunn's Camp, Chasm Walk.

 

 

DAY 22: GUNN'S CAMP TO INVERCARGILL/STEWART ISLAND

 

We'll start today with a short riverside stroll through beech forest along the Viewing Gantry walk. That afternoon we'll travel further south via Te Anau to Invercargill and then on to Bluff. From Bluff you can catch the ferry to Stewart Island, NZ’s third largest island. There you can take your pick from loads of outdoor activities like fishing, kayaking, diving and hiking. If you decide not to visit Stewart Island you'll spend the night in Invercargill.

 

Where are we staying?

Stewart Island Backpackers on Stewart Island or Tuatara Lodge - a central hostel in Invercargill.

 

What can we do here?

Visit Te Anau Wildlife Centre & catch the ferry to Stewart Island.

 

Free Activity

Humbolt Falls walk & viewing Gantry walk. 

 

 

DAY 23: INVERCARGILL/STEWART ISLAND TO QUEENSTOWN

 

This morning take time to explore the island, meet locals, go fishing or enjoy a coastal walk. We'll catch an afternoon ferry back to the mainland. For those who chose not to venture onto Stewart Island your bus departs mid-morning to head out to Waipapa Point, Curio Bay and Porpoise Bay for some sea lion, penguin and dolphin spotting in the Catlins. On the chance we can’t find any wildlife, we can visit the 180 million-year-old fossilized forest and grab a milkshake. Afterwards we return to Bluff Hill to meet up with the island-goers before we express back to Queenstown!

 

Where are we staying?

Base Queenstown - a central hostel close to all the action.

 

What can we do here?

Stewart Island: fishing, village & bays tour, go to Ulva Island.

 

Free Activity

Stewart Island: explore the island and enjoy walks through the native parkland.
Invercargill: Go sea lion, penguin and dolphin spotting! Find Burt Munro’s World’s Fastest Indian or visit Henry the 118-year-old tuatara.

 

 

DAY 24: QUEENSTOWN TO AORAKI/MT COOK

 

This morning we head out over the Lindis Pass through the beautiful Mackenzie Country. We'll pass picturesque Lake Pukaki on the way to our amazing stop at the base of New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki/Mt Cook. That afternoon we'll join a 4WD & Argo Tour, check out the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre and do one of the many great short walks in the park. If you want to hop off the bus for a few days there are some incredible longer walks you can do!

 

Where are we staying?

Mt Cook Backpacker Lodge -  a stunning alpine lodge.

 

What can we do here?

Argo tour of alpine region & visit the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre.

 

Free Activity

Take photos of the impressive scenery, do a short walk to the Hooker glacial lake, go stargazing.

 

 

DAY 25: MT COOK TO CHRISTCHURCH

 

We'll leave Mt Cook early and make our way through 'Lord of the Rings' landscapes. We'll stop at the turquoise waters of Lake Tekapo to view the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd. Next up, we'll head on to Geraldine, where we will drop off any thrill seekers wanting to raft the mighty Grade 5 white water on the Rangitata River. Those not rafting will continue on to Christchurch with time to explore the South Island’s largest city. The rafters will rejoin the group at the accommodation in Christchurch that evening.

 

Where are we staying?

All Stars Inn - a purpose built backpackers near the city centre.

 

What can we do here?

Summer only: Rangitata River rafting (late September – late March), day trip to Kaikoura.
Winter only: Stay longer in Tekapo for ice skating, snow tubing and relaxing in the hot springs.

 

Free Activity

Visit Lake Tekapo, go for a walk around central Christchurch and check out the street art.

 

 

DAY 26: CHRISTCHURCH TO KAIKOURA

 

We stop briefly to pick up some Strayers from Christchurch Airport as we depart early for a beautiful drive up the coast to Kaikoura. We'll arrive in Kaikoura around midday, you'll have the afternoon free to go whale watching and enjoy other marine activities. Get out on the water and experience one of Kaikoura’s famous dolphin and whale watching tours, spot seals Goose Bay or wander around the peninsula and enjoy a delicious seafood BBQ.

 

Where are we staying?

Dusky Lodge -  a warm modern hostel.

 

What can we do here?

Whale watching by boat or by plane, swimming with dolphins, join a guided fishing trip.

 

Free Activity

Walk around the peninsula and up to the lookout.

 

 

DAY 27: KAIKOURA (VIA PICTON) TO WELLINGTON

 

We'll leave Kaikoura in the morning and wind our way up the rugged coastal roads towards the top of the South Island. Some of you may choose to hop off in the port town of Picton, check out the Queen Charlotte Sound view walk and take advantage of the free fishing gear and pushbikes at the Picton accommodation. Those heading to Wellington will catch the afternoon Bluebridge Ferry across the Cook Strait. The evening in Wellington is free so why not explore this funky town’s nightlife, head to Cuba Street for fantastic food and a buzzing atmosphere!

 

Where are we staying?

Base Wellington - a central Wellington hostel, or The Villa - a cosy villa in Picton.

 

What can we do here?

Visit Sir Peter Jackson's Weta Workshop - home of the 'Lord of the Rings' 

 

Free Activity

Explore Wellington city’s nightlife, or go fishing in Picton.

 

 

DAY 28: WELLINGTON (VIA RAETIHI) TO AUCKLAND

 

Another early start today, we'll head back to the ‘City of Sails’, Auckland via Raetihi. For those who may have missed out on hiking the Tongariro Crossing, you have the option to hop off in National Park and try again. With an early evening arrival, take the chance to explore the streets of Auckland, visit the Viaduct, do some souvenir shopping or hang out with new friends and share stories about your recent adventures. If you are hanging around Auckland for another day or two, don’t miss your chance to jump off the Harbour Bridge or Sky Tower, skydive, or take a wildlife cruise around the Hauraki Gulf. We hope you had a blast on your Stray adventure!

 

What can we do here?

Skydiving, bungy jump off Auckland Harbour Bridge, walk around or jump off the top of the Sky Tower, go on a whale and dolphin safari.

 

Bus Timetables:

Auckland Northbound: Mondays, Tuesdays (Summer-only), Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 

Auckland en dirección sur: martes, miércoles (solo de verano), jueves, sábados y domingos (solo en primavera).

 

 

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Le recomendamos que reserve cualquier viaje en el autobús al menos 48 horas antes. Esto es necesario para garantizar su asiento (especialmente en temporada alta cuando está ocupado, es decir, de noviembre a marzo).

Lamentablemente, podemos estar ocupados en los meses de verano, por lo que le recomendamos que reserve su asiento con al menos 48 horas de anticipación. Sin embargo, si encuentra que el autobús ya está lleno, llame al equipo de reservas y lo pondremos en una lista de espera. Nueve de cada diez veces podrá seguir subiendo al autobús que desee, ya que obtendremos cancelaciones. De lo contrario, trabajaremos con usted para ayudarlo en la próxima partida. 

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No importa en qué época del año necesite zapatos cómodos para caminar, bloqueador solar, repelente de insectos, traje de baño y una toalla. 

Le pedimos que traiga solo una mochila / maleta de un tamaño razonable (15 kg) y un paquete diario. Si va a viajar con mucho más de 15 kg, háganoslo saber.

En invierno también sugerimos empacar un gorro de abrigo, chamarra impermeable y térmicas ligeras, especialmente para la Isla Sur, donde hace más frío.

En verano, recuerda tus flip-flips / sandals / jandals / tangas (elige uno según de dónde eres) y un sombrero para el sol.

Ah, y algunas ropas también serían buenas.

En invierno, nuestro tamaño promedio de grupo es 20, en verano 30. Nuestros autobuses van desde 14 a 45 plazas. ¡Intentamos utilizar el autobús apropiado para el tamaño del grupo, manteniéndolo lo más pequeño e ingenioso posible! Esto significa que puede hacer y ver más en un día.

¡Totalmente! Muchos de nuestros viajeros llegan solos, otros están con amigos o socios. ¡No importa porque al final del día 1 ya has formado un gran grupo de amigos en el autobús! ("Reunirse con viajeros de ideas afines" con frecuencia se clasifica entre las principales 5 razones para viajar con nosotros).

No es necesario ser un atleta para viajar con nosotros: todos los paseos y actividades son opcionales y hay algo para todos.

No, no tenemos WiFi en nuestros autobuses. Lo probamos, pero descubrimos que el uso de tarjetas prepagas SimCards con planes de datos proporcionaba una cobertura más rápida y mejor en toda Nueva Zelanda de la que podíamos ofrecer en el autobús. Los SimCards gratuitos están disponibles en el Aeropuerto Internacional de Auckland cuando llegue, desde el Stray Travel Shop (Auckland City) y algunos Guías del conductor también los incluyen. Los paquetes de datos son flexibles y asequibles.  

Cuando estés en el autobús, comparte historias y haz amigos. Hace que la experiencia sea aún más memorable. 

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Términos y condiciones:

  • El proveedor opera en un servicio de "hop-on-hop-off" en el que puede "bajarse" del autobús en una parada nocturna en la ruta Stray. No se puede saltar a lo largo de la ruta de los sectores identificados que no se pierden, es decir, Paihia-Cape Reinga y Christchurch-Greymouth.
  • Los pases de Stray son válidos por 12 meses desde el primer día de viaje. El pase debe activarse dentro de 12 meses de la compra. Puede subir y bajar del autobús Stray tantas veces como quiera, dentro de este período de 12 meses.
  • "Viaje ilimitado" solo está disponible en el espacio (es decir, en modo de espera). No se incluyen los días de viaje al norte de Auckland (Auckland - Paihia - Cape Reinga) y Christchurch - Greymouth. Se debe presentar una identificación con foto a los conductores y se deben reservar todos los viajes ilimitados. Si se considera que alguien está abusando de un viaje ilimitado, será inmediatamente retirado del autobús y se le cobrará por cualquier sector adicional utilizado.

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Política de cancelación:

Stray will charge the following fees in the event of booking cancellations. Cancellations should be made with your original booking agent as they may charge an additional cancellation fee:

8+ days before departure (or open dated): 35% of fare

3-7 days before departure: 50% of fare

Less than 48 hours: 100% of fare

 


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