Check out our operator selection of the best Wellington Day Tours on offer. This diverse and vibrant city has a number of specialist Wellington companies. Each one capable of offering you a range of full or half day tours. For a truly personalised service try Jerry Bridge’s Wellington Day Tour . Which runs with a maximum of three guests per vehicle. Highlights include the Mount Victoria lookout point, Te Papa museum, Oriental Bay and Cuba Street. For your morning coffee stop you’ll be taken to Maranui Surf Club café, it’s a Wellington institution! The Weta Cave and Weta Workshop will give you a fascinating insight into how the movie industry took off in Wellington. Other activities depend on the weather which makes this tour the most flexible on offer here. He” even take you back to your cruise ship, the railway station or airport.
Wellington Rover Tours bill themselves as ‘the best little sightseeing tour company in Wellington’. They cover several day tour activities including the ‘Lord of the Rings’, ‘Seal Colony’ and ‘Farm and City’ tour options. These small group tours are intended to ditch the old-hat format of boring commentary. Instead, they are replaced with interactive conversation so you get to learn about the ‘real Wellington’.
Wellington’s Hop On Hop Off bus tours take in a whopping 17 of the city’s highlights. The 11 seater minibus covers cityscape, diverse suburbs and beautiful coast. Each tour lasts two hours and includes three photo stops of ten minutes. The bus allows for longer exploration if you want to stop off somewhere en-route and then pick you up later.
Hammonds Wellington Tours regard themselves as the city’s original sightseeing operator with 56 years of experience. They offer a range of tours which include city sights and the Kapiti coast. This day tour takes you north out of the city centre to the beautiful Martinborough wine region in the Wairarapa.
Foodies are going to be in seventh heaven with the diversity of small group gourmet walking tours offered by Zest Food Tours. These tours explore both Wellington city and the Martinborough area with its food and wine options. As well as sampling some top-notch fare you’ll also be meeting the characters, producers, growers and crafts people behind the scenes. You will also gain all kinds of insight into the cultures and influences which colour the region’s food and wine choices. Named by Lonely Planet as one of the ‘Top 10 walking tours for globetrotting foodies’, the Zest Food Tours are something of a food themed treasure hunt.
The Wellington day tours we have highlighted have vary according to your interests. The operators have plenty of knowledge and experience. In fact, they’ve already done all the leg work so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the trip! Your half or full day tour in Wellington will highlight all the best places to visit. You can always return at a later stage if there’s somewhere special you want to go back to.
For sensational panoramic views across Wellington’s city and harbour a visit to the Mount Victoria look out post is a ‘must-do’ top activity for anyone visiting Wellington.... Read more
Zest food tours in Wellington It’s true to say that food tours in Wellington have taken off in a big way. Foodies are going to be in seventh heaven with the diversity of small group go... Read more
Hammonds day tours of Wellington are comprehensive and fun. Wellington’s original sightseeing operator have over 50 years of experience in showing off the region. They pride themselves... Read more
Your Tour Leader is World Traveller & Entrepreneur Jerry Bridge Book this unique personal day tour of Wellington with entrepreneur and world traveller Jerry Bridge. All major Wellington... Read more
Jerry Bridge’s Wellington day tours are intimate, exclusive and most important, a lot of fun! They offer you an insiders guide to Wellington covering all the best sights and places of... Read more
Wellington Rover Tours, who bill themselves as ‘the best little sightseeing tour company in Wellington’ cover several themes – offering the ‘Lord of the Rings’,... Read more
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