New Zealand Amplified Tour - North and South Island 16 Day

Travel New Zealand's North and South Islands in this jam packed trip full of stunning scenery, unique wildlife and picturesque towns.

map Auckland, New Zealand
16 days
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8:00 am (Day 1) to 6:30 pm (Day 16)
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18 years
Breakfast included
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What's Included

  • Explore New Zealand's North and South Island over two weeks 
  • Discover hidden gems with surprise stops along the way
  • Travel from Auckland to Christchurch or in reverse
  • Maori Cultural experience in the Coromandel and Rotorua
  • Try traditional Maori ‘Hangi’ (food cooked using heated rocks in an underground oven)
  • Ferry between the North and South islands across the iconic Cook Strait
  • Learn to carve your own ‘Tiki’ pendant from bone
  • Enjoy a gondola ride in Queenstown to witness awesome panoramic views of the 'Adventure Capital of the World'
  • Ride the TranzAlpine Express Train – one of the world’s top rated train journeys
  • Enjoy a personalised tour with small groups - max 16 people 
  • Passionate Kiwi guide who will show you everything New Zeland has to offer
  • Learn about each location with a guided tour at each stop
  • Transport, breakfast and accommodation (all nights) included



  • Cathedral Cove
  • Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland
  • Queenstown
  • Mangawhau/Mount Eden
  • Huka Falls
  • Maitarangi/ Mount Victoria
  • Kaikoura
  • Christchurch
  • Church of the Good Shepard
  • Arrowtown
  • Franz Josef
  • Mountain Jade factory, Hokitika

Why do we love this

We think the chance to spend 2 weeks exploring New Zealand is pretty cool in itself, but we love that Haka makes it extra special with heaps of cool activity options to choose from. Want to carve a Tiki pendant, go black water rafting or maybe experience a crazy bungee jump? These guys have you set. 


Explore all New Zealand has to offer over two amazing weeks. Golden beaches, Maori culture, surreal landscapes and a big dose of adventure is all yours! Head from North to South and discover why New Zealand is so unique.  

Day 1 - Auckland 
Breakfast included

After enjoying a welcome breakfast hit the road on our way to the North Island’s best-kept secret: the Coromandel Peninsula. A paradise of beautiful beaches and misty rainforests, just a couple of hours from Auckland, this spot will take your breath away. It's one of the most stunning drives in the North Island, with a road that twists and turns dramatically around the coastline.

This route gives you a taste of the more unique areas of the Coromandel, and you'll delve into territory that most other tours don't cover. Watch as the ocean gets more vivid and the landscape gradually changes all around you. Get your cameras at the ready - you'll want a reminder of this view forever. 

The Coromandel is also home to the famous Hot Water Beach and thousands visit each year to dig their own personal “hot tub” here. If tide times allow, you'll be able to do the same! 

Today you'll also carve your own tiki pendant from bone, a very special and unique Kiwi experience. What a better souvenir to take home than the one you made yourself in a traditional activity?

Day 2 - Coromandel to Waitomo
Breakfast included.

This morning walk with your fellow travellers out along the cliffs and down to Cathedral Cove. You might recognize this spot from the Chronicles of Narnia. It’s one of the most popular spots in the Coromandel and for a good reason: It doesn’t look real! You won't believe your eyes as you take in the perfect beaches, giant rock arches and natural beauty. 

There's also the option to take a guided kayak trip to Cathedral Cove to check out the stunning coastline from a different angle. Please note this is an optional activity and is not included in the tour price. 

Later in the day, say goodbye to the East Coast and hello to the West as you head for Waitomo... the glow worms await!

Day 3 - Waitomo to Murupara
Breakfast and dinner included.

Ever been caving? What about in a place with twinkling glowworms on the ceiling? Now’s your chance!

If you're feeling daring, abseil 100 metres into the caverns on an epic 4-hour adventure ($405), or float along an underground river on a Black Water Rafting trip ($139) as the glowworm's light your way. If heights or wet feet aren't your things, a guided walking tours of the caves ($59) is a good alternative. Please note these tours are optional extras and are not included in the tour price. 

Once you're back out in the daylight, jump aboard the bus and make your way to Rotorua. Famous for its geothermal activity and Maori culture, this is a great place to learn some more about New Zealand history.

Along the way, enjoy some thrills and spills with a roll in OGO ball ($35-$80) or a hair-raising spin on one of New Zealand’s fastest jet boats.

Tonight is one of the main highlights of the tours, as you are welcomed to a Maori village for an unmissable cultural performance. Featuring combat demonstrations, beautiful poi dance, and - of course - the haka, this performance will immerse you in the fascinating culture of New Zealand's native people. Enjoy a traditional hangi meal, cooked in an earth oven for dinner. Yum! 

Day 4 - Murupara to Rotorua
Breakfast included.

Welcome to Rotorua - the New Zealand town famous for its geothermal activity. Neon blue and red lakes, steaming rivers, active volcanoes and geysers galore, Rotorua is full of natural wonders. 
Start your day here with white water rafting or sledging on the Kaituna River and catch some action on a 7-metre waterfall! If you want something more relaxing, opt to explore the town and even check out some local hot springs for a soak.

There'll also be the option to tour the Hobbiton film set from The Lord of the Rings. Reenact scenes from the movies with your travel buddies or pretend to be a Hobbit while sipping some of the pub’s famous ginger beer. Yum!

After a tasty lunch hit the road to Taupo. You'll stop along the way to check out the Orakei Korako or Waiotapu. This is what gives Rotorua its unique smell, and these extraordinary geyserlands and thermal parks are a great place to stretch your legs and explore. Wander around and check out all the unique geothermal activity in the area.

Day 5 - Rotorua - Taupo
Breakfast included.

A stunning lakeside town with a dramatic mountain backdrop, Taupo will take your breath away. This is New Zealand’s largest lake and believe it or not; it’s roughly the same size as Singapore!

Today is all about thrills and spills, and Taupo is full of them. Get your hair wet with a water touch bungee jump, or take an unforgettable skydive for amazing lake and mountain views.

For those after the ultimate adventure, there are great hikes on offer here. Try out the Tongariro Crossing, which among the top full-day walks in the world. A 19.4 km mountain track that boasts emerald green lakes, venting steam, lava flows and craters, you won't forget this trip in a hurry. 

If you’d prefer to relax, jump on a boat for a sailing trip to view Maori rock carvings or head to Spa Park and soak until your fingers are wrinkly!

However you choose to spend your day, with Taupo's natural beauty and fun range of activities, you won’t forget it.

Day 6 - Taupo
Breakfast included.

A full day in Taupo! What are you in the mood for? Choose between peaceful lakeside relaxation or an action-packed day of adventure. 

Go hiking (tramping as the locals know it) and embark full day Tongariro Crossing walk. A 19.4 km mountain trek, this is quit ethe feat! Get ready for views of emerald lakes, bubbling steam and lava flows.

If you feel more like replacing, jump aboard a boat and sail out to the Maori rock carvings. Or, head to Spa Park for some pampering.

Day 7 - Taupo to Wellington
Breakfast included.

Get ready for a long drive today... it’s a big trip from Taupo to Wellington, but there’s some unmissable scenery on offer along the way.

If you're a Lord of the Rings fan, make sure your camera is charged because you're in for a treat! Today's drive will take you through Tongariro National Park via the Rangipo Desert, the spot some of the Lord of the Rings battle scenes were filmed. 

You'll also drive along The Desert Road (as State Highway 1 is known in these parts) and will catch some incredible views of three active volcanic peaks - Mount Tongariro, Mount Ngauruhoe, and Mount Ruapehu. Mount Ngauruhoe is also known as Mt Doom in the Toilken world, so be sure to snap that all-important Mordor selfie.

Later, pass through some of the North Island’s quirkier towns. Get ready for an adventure, these areas are full of fun, and your guide will no doubt have a trick or two up his sleeve.

You'll pull into Wellington in the late afternoon, with plenty of time to explore this incredible city. For movie buffs, check out Weta Workshop, where the specail effects for Lord of the Rings and Avatar where produced. 

New Zealand’s capital is famous for its bars and eateries and is a paradise for lovers of craft beer so if you're a beer lover, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Day 8 - Wellington to Kaikoura
Breakfast included.

You've got the morning to explore New Zealand's incredible capital, so make the most of it! It's a fun city with tons of green spaces and beaches that make it feel more like a small town than an urban capital. The streets are packed with quirky bars, quaint cafes, beautiful street art and heaps of things to do. It’s impossible not to love Wellington, so get exploring!

In the afternoon you'll wave goodbye to the North Island and head off on a scenic ferry ride across the Cook Strait. 

Later, join your group on a trip up Mount Victoria, one of Wellington’s most iconic spots. With the best views in town and plenty of walks and tracks to tackle, Mount Victoria is a Wellington icon and a highlight of the trip.

Gliding through the sounds as you approach Picton Harbour will feel like you're in another world. It's a beautiful entry into the South,  and the start of a magical journey you'll never forget.

Your destination, Kaikoura, literally means “to eat crayfish”, and the area is teeming with them. The nutrient-rich waters of this area attract a wide variety of marine wildlife including the stars of the show - the whales and dolphins.

Day 9- Wellington to Christchurch
Breakfast included.

Want to swim with dolphins? You're in luck, Kaikoura is one of the best places to find them. The chance to swim with dolphins in the wild is a massive New Zealand highlight for many travellers, so dive in for an adventure! 

If you want to get up close to the giants of the ocean, Kaikoura is great for that also. There's plenty of whale watching tours here, with humpbacks, sperm whales and killer whales all stop by the area at various times of the year.  

After your underwater adventure hit the road again to Christchurch, your home for the night. A beautiful garden-filled city with lazy rivers and heritage buildings, you'll feel right at home in this South Island city.

Day 10 -  Christchurch to Lake Tekapo 
Breakfast included.

This morning, explore iconic downtown Christchurch and enjoy as your Haka Guide shows you all the cool ways the city has reunited and is being repaired after the 2011 quake. With lots of quirky shops, cool cafes and spots to dine, along with a young fun Kiwi culture, Christchurch shouldn’t be missed. 

After lunch, leave the city behind and head for MacKenzie Country, named for James MacKenzie, one of New Zealand’s most enduring folk heroes. There’s even a statue of his faithful dog at today’s destination - Lake Tekapo.

The lake’s breathtaking turquoise colour and mountain backdrop is a photographer’s dream come true. The iconic Church of the Good Shepherd stands right at the water’s edge and it's a popular spot for weddings - couples travel from all over the world for wedding shots in front of the chapel. Snap some shots of your own and capture the natural beauty of this incredible place. 

If you’re feeling energetic, hike up to the summit of Mt John. With awesome views of the Southern Alps, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world! There's also the option to take a scenic flight over the mountains to take in all the glaciers and lakes of this beautiful part of the world.

Once darkness falls, take in the stunning stars and galaxies above. The area around Tekapo has been declared a “Dark Sky Reserve” and it’s the best place in New Zealand to see the stars on a clear night. Sit back, relax and enjoy!

Day 11 - Lake Tekapo to Queenstown 
Breakfast included.

Get ready for a day packed with some serious scenery!

The road to Queenstown (scattered with dozens of glacial blue lakes, soaring mountains and lush valleys) is almost as beautiful as the town itself. On your way, enjoy some wine tasting in the famous Otago region, or a stop at a local salmon farm, to see a more diverse side of the South Island.

The ultimate adventure capital of New Zealand, Queenstown is always on an NZ bucket list. Surrounded by the stunning Remarkables, some of the most beautiful mountains in NZ, and sprawling along the banks of the dazzling Lake Wakatipu, its location is straight from a postcard.

Tomorrow you'll be checking out all the action here, so today, take in the scenery, ride a gondola to see Queenstown from above and be sure to get an early night. You'll need it!

Day 12 - Queenstown
Breakfast included.

It's adventure time! With a full day in Queenstown, pack in as many bucket list activities as you can.

There are tons of options to choose from, from paragliding and mountain biking to bungy jumping, horse riding or swinging through a canyon Tarzan-style! 

Once you've worked up an appetite with all your adrenaline activities, check out New Zealand's famous Fergburger. This legendary burger joint in right in Queenstown centre so grab one as you wander the town with your fellow travellers.  

If you're after more nature, it might be time to check out one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand, Milford Sound. You can't miss this spot, with its towering cliffs and cascading falls. Beautiful in rain or shine, Milford is universally loved by all. Choose from some optional add-on cruises to delve into this magical spot. Don't forget to keep your eyes out for the occasional sea lion or dolphin popping up to say hello!

Whether experiencing it from the decks of a boat or kayaking around the steep cliffs, Milford really is one of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful areas of the South Island.

Day 13 - Queenstown to Wanaka
Breakfast included.

Today, it's time to cool off after all your Queenstown excitement. Only an hour’s drive away, Wanaka is Queenstown’s slightly quieter little sister.

A year-round destination, Wanaka is blessed with towering mountains and a glacial blue lake. It’s one of New Zealand’s most beautiful mountain towns and there are stunning hikes and bike rides all around the area for a change of pace. 

To really see the best of Wanaka, think about admiring it from the air. Treat yourself to a skydive or a scenic flight in a vintage plane or even take a flying lesson. Cool!

If you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, there's still plenty to do. Stroll around the lake and check out the famous Wanaka Tree, standing all alone in the water or just make your own way and explore the lakeside houses and quirky town! 

Day 14 - Wanaka to Franz Josef
Breakfast included.

Enjoy a free morning in Wanaka, and then strap yourself in for an incredible journey to Franz Josef. From mountain passes to cascading waterfalls to classic Kiwi coastal views, you won’t even dare to take a nap on the bus in case you miss anything. 

Between September and December it’s whitebait season (a small fish that’s a delicacy in New Zealand) and fried up with eggs and served on toast, it’s a local treat and shouldn’t be missed. Stop at one of the local spots to try it out along the way. 

You'll arrive in Franz Josef in the late afternoon/early evening, ready for a meal and cosy nights sleep before you explore the famous glacier tomorrow.

Day 15 - Franz Josef
Breakfast included.

No visit to the South Island is complete without witnessing Franz Josefs stunning glaciers. Both the Fox and Franz Josef glaciers are world-renowned due to their relative accessibility and the low level to which they descend. 

There are plenty of ways to enjoy Franz Josef Glacier whether you take a scenic helicopter flight and hike onto the glaciers, kayak on a glacial lake; or just relax in the steamy hot springs down below.

As well as the awesome glacier activities, you'll also have the chance to try out quad biking, horseback riding and even a bit of group karaoke tonight in Franz Josef!

Day 16 - Franz Josef to Christchurch
Breakfast included.

And it's goodbye time! Enjoy a breakfast in Franz Josef and then head along the beautiful west coast on another of the most spectacular drives in the country. A rugged landscape of luxuriant rainforest juxtaposed against breathtaking ocean waves, this spot is absolutely stunning. 

Make a stop at Hokitika to visit a greenstone factory, a great place to stock up on souvenirs for your friends and family back home and then, if time permits, call into the National Kiwi Centre where there is guaranteed viewing of rare Kiwi birds in their nocturnal house!

On the way back to Christchurch, its time for a different mode of travel. Take the stunning TranzAlpine Train Crossing and travel across the Southern Alps through Arthur’s Pass, skirting the edges of the ice-fed Waimakariri River and taking in the majestic Canterbury Plains.

You'll arrive in we return to Christchurch by 6:30 pm. Accommodation is included tonight. 

This tour is also available in reverse, from Christchurch to Auckland. All destinations offer the same fun, excitement and activity options, just backwards! Dates will vary depending on departure city. 


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Tours start at 8am in Auckland and end in Christchurch, OR start 8am in Christchurch and end in Auckland - as you view the different departure dates you'll see where they start and end.

Yep around 70% of our guests are solo so you can absolutely join this, or any other of our tours.

Everyone has their own favourites, but in general we find that these are the most popular:

  • Skydiving - Taupo
  • Nevis - Queenstown
  • Cave Tubing - Waitomo
  • Rafting - Rotorua
  • Dolphin Swim - Kaikoura
  • Heli-Hike - Franz Josef

No. The inclusions are exactly the same and you get to see all the same places.

We stay at the very best lodges, hostels and motels available including our own Haka Lodges. 4 - 6 bed dorm share accommodation is included in the base price and you can upgrade to a private room. 

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  • Age/Child Policy

HAKA TOURS offers’ adventure, snow and mountain-biking tours across New Zealand that are designed for travellers that are young of heart and ready for a good time. To travel with us we require that you are at the minimum age limit of 18 years at time of travel. Anyone over the age of 50 years is more than welcome on our tours but please be aware that a moderate level of fitness is required whilst on tour, so we do recommend that you are relatively fit, healthy and looking for the adventure of a lifetime. If you have any concerns surrounding your age and whether or not our tours will be suitable for you, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be more than happy to discuss your options.

  • Local Partners

In many parts of New Zealand, HAKA TOURS works with highly reputable local specialist operators. These local partners are all passionate about the activities they operate and offer the same high standards as HAKA TOURS.

  • Passports & Visas

All travellers must have a valid passport for international travel and many countries require at least 6 months validity from the date of return and some countries require a machine-readable passport. It is important that you ensure that you have valid passports, visas and re-entry permits which meet the requirements of immigration and other government authorities. Any fines, penalties, payments or expenditures incurred as a result of such documents not meeting the requirements of those authorities will be your sole responsibility. Visit the NZ Immigration website to see if you need a visa to holiday here:

  • Luggage Limits

Within New Zealand travel, each passenger is entitled to take one case, the sum of its length, width and depth not to exceed 160 cm (63 inches), weight limit 20 kilos along with a small day pack. Airlines permit only one cabin bag per person, in which personal items such as cameras, make-up etc. should be carried, though you need to check with your airline provider as to their specific requirements. Over-limit luggage cannot be carried. HAKA TOURS operates in a similar way and asks if you have over the above limit to please get in touch before your tour. Baggage is at 'owner's risk'. Most airports, hotels & hostels offer storage services for additional luggage.

  • Important Information Exclusion of Liability

Whilst HAKA TOURS will take all reasonable steps to provide an enjoyable tour, it accepts no liability for any loss of enjoyment experienced by passengers due to circumstances beyond its control. HAKA TOURS further accepts no liability for any loss beyond its reasonable control and provides no warranties in addition to those set out under The Fair Trading Act 1986, and nothing herein restricts any passenger from exercising their rights and remedies pursuant to law.
Your Travel Agent will forward booking confirmations and other payments to HAKA TOURS on your behalf, but your Travel Agent is not our agent for the purpose of receipt of monies. Receipt of booking confirmations and subsequent payments by the travel agent does not constitute receipt of those monies by HAKA TOURS and the Travel Agent has no authority expressed or implied to receive monies on our behalf. There is no liability on the part of HAKA TOURS in respect to any monies paid to the passenger's Travel Agent unless and until HAKA TOURS notifies the passenger (by way of a booking confirmation advice or payment receipt advice) that monies have been received by HAKA TOURS.
The optional tour excursions are not operated by, or at the direction of, or on behalf of HAKA TOURS, its employees or agents or any other persons or companies associated with HAKA TOURS. All Optional Activities are an additional cost to the tour price and by taking bookings for these tours, HAKA TOURS acts as each optional tour operator's agent.
These tours include the services of operators other than HAKA TOURS e.g. hoteliers, airlines and optional tour excursions, which are not under the direct control of HAKA TOURS, and whilst HAKA TOURS takes all reasonable care in selecting these operators, it cannot accept responsibility for those operators' conduct or the conduct of their representative employees or agents or for any ramifications of that conduct.


  • On tours including activities such as trekking, swimming and snorkelling, passengers accept that degrees of risk are involved.
  • No passenger will be permitted to embark or continue on tour while their mental or physical condition is, in the opinion of any representative of HAKA TOURS, such as to render them incapable of caring for themselves, or whereby they become objectionable to other passengers, or they become a hazard to themselves or other passengers. HAKA TOURS will not be responsible for expenses resulting in such persons being precluded from completing the tour.


  • Amendment Fees

There will be no charge to request a change of tour departure after the original booking has been confirmed, as long as it is done more than two months prior to the original tour departure date. Any further changes or amendments within 45 days of the tour departure, will incur a $500 NZD amendment fee (except when change is due to HAKA TOURS cancelling a tour departure). If there is any change to the price of the tour that you change your booking too, since the time of your original reservation, the new tour price will apply to the new reservation.

  • Pre-Booked Activities

The activities' retail prices are set by other operators and may rise at any time, out of our control. Therefore at 45 days prior to tour departure HAKA TOURS reserves the right to charge customers any difference in price in order to match the most recent price at that time. We estimate that activity prices usually go up 2-5% per year. The price difference will appear on your account as "Activity Price Alignment". Furthermore, by pre-booking additional activities, you also confirm your acceptance of our "Optional Activities Booked On Tour" policy below which are also operated by a voucher process.

Any activity bookings made within 45 days of departure are subject to availability.

  • Optional Activities Booked On Tour

Activities booked on tour will be charged at the standard retail rate. We operate a voucher system with our activity partners which means we pay in full via a "voucher" for any optional activities instead of you paying the activity provider direct. The activities you select whilst on tour will be added to your "Activity Balance Sheet" with the full balance taken at the end of the tour or when your activity balance exceeds $500 NZD. By operating a voucher system with our activity suppliers, we are able to better manage tour logistics. Your activity balance can be paid via MasterCard, Visa or cash. Credit card payments have a 2% credit card processing fee. Haka Tours does not qualify for any group booking discount with our activity suppliers. By agreeing to these terms and conditions you agree to our activity voucher process whilst on tour.

  • Itineraries

Itineraries are subject to alteration without notice and intended as a guide only. Alterations may come about due to road or weather conditions, strikes, public holidays, local festivals and cultural or other reasons. Due to the nature of the terrain and remote areas, weather fluctuations can adversely affect road conditions that may necessitate alterations to itinerary with little or no notice. Any additional expense incurred by the passenger is not HAKA TOURS responsibility. HAKA TOURS can give no guarantee as to the exact arrival and departure times for carriers and operators used by HAKA TOURS in the tour and HAKA TOURS will not be liable for failure of any other services or attractions beyond its control.

  • Minimum and Maximum Numbers

As is normally the case with group tours, a minimum number of bookings are required in order for a tour to be financially viable and to have a pleasant group atmosphere. In the event that adequate numbers cannot be achieved, it may be necessary to cancel a scheduled departure and to offer the nearest possible alternative date (or a full refund of monies paid). The date on which the decision is made whether a tour will operate is 30 days before the scheduled departure date. In the event of a breakdown or other unforeseen circumstances, the operator reserves the right to substitute vehicles other than those specified to ensure the operation of a tour.

  • Haka Tours restricts guest numbers to a maximum of 16 per tour. Prior to making any travel arrangements such as flights, customers are required to receive confirmation from HAKA TOURS that there is adequate space on the chosen departure date, once any other booking requests are processed. In this case, confirmation is in the form of a ‘Welcome Letter’ sent via email by HAKA TOURS
  • Maximum numbers in shared dorms

Our included accommodation is dorm share (unless you are upgrading to a private room). While our maximum number of guests in a dorm is 6, on rare occasions up to 8 tour guests will share a dorm.

  • Smoking

Government regulations forbid smoking in tourist coaches. The vast majority of hostels also are non-smoking, with some having designated smoking areas outside.

  • Customer Feedback

If a problem occurs during your tour, then it is in your own best interests to advise your Tour Manager immediately so that steps can be taken to resolve the matter there and then. If you remain dissatisfied, any complaint must be made in writing to us within 30 days.

  • Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is your responsibility. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade strongly recommends you obtain travel insurance at the time you pay for your travel. Failure to obtain travel insurance is at your own risk. When obtaining travel insurance you must declare all pre-existing medical conditions and any adventurous activities, e.g. skiing, mountain biking, etc.

  • Accident Compensation Commission (ACC)

If you are injured whilst in New Zealand, ACC may be able to help with the cost of the treatment and support you need whilst you're here. However, it is important to be aware that you cannot sue for personal injury - ACC replaces that right. Furthermore, ACC only covers treatment and rehabilitation costs whilst in New Zealand; it is not a replacement for travel insurance and does not cover illness, disrupted travel plans or emergency travel to get you back home.

  • Your Responsibilities

Haka Tours do not tolerate any form of abuse, verbal or otherwise, of its personnel. Any person abusing or threatening Haka Tours personnel or associated representatives will automatically forfeit their right to onward travel.

  • There may be times when Haka Tours’ personnel and/or representatives have to make a decision in the interests of safety. It is a condition of booking that you comply with the authority and decisions of the appointed representative of Haka Tours. If you do not comply with the said representative or are not compatible with the general enjoyment and well-being of members of the tour, Haka Tours reserves the right to refuse to allow you to continue the tour. In such a case Haka Tours will not be liable for any refund, compensation or any additional costs incurred by you. Haka Tours cannot accept liability for the behaviour of others on your tour nor if any facilities are curtailed as a result of their actions.
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  • Fitness and Medicals

Some activities are strenuous in nature. Passengers should be of reasonable health and fitness and carry all required medication. HAKA TOURS must be advised of any prior medical conditions at time of booking.

Cancellation Policy:

Cancellation Policy

Outside 45 days - Loss of tour deposit
8 - 44 days - 50% of tour cost
Within 7 days - 100% of tours cost

(Note: Holiday cost includes base tour price, any add-ons and activities booked through us). Please be aware that if you have booked through a third party like a travel agent, their cancellation policy and terms and conditions may differ to our own. Be sure to check their particular terms and conditions, including cancellation policy, as they will apply.

No refund will be made if you voluntarily leave a trip for any reason. This includes a refund of accommodation, transport, sightseeing, activities, meals or services not utilised.

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