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$159.22 Cultural & Theme Tours

Hike World Heritage Reserve Waterfalls

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ScotlandWe'll take you to this amazing place of a gorge of the River Clyde, where waterfalls come after waterfalls and even when you think you have seen it all, there's more. There are even beautiful historic buildings around, including a small museum which you can take a look at free of charge. The Falls of Clyde is a Wildlife Reserve, an UNESCO World Heritage Site in Scotland with breathtaking scenery, a beautiful woodland walk, where you can hear birds chirping from everywhere and if we are lucky enough we'll see some badgers or even otters enjoying the surroundings just like you or me. There are over a 100 species of birds who live here, including dippers, ravens and kingfishers. The woodland walk does need good guidance throughout which takes you alongside the gorge and we can even take you to the other side of the river, which is less known and gives you a better view of some of the waterfalls. Some parts of the walk take more guidance than others, as you might end up taking longer on the hike if you don't know the place as much as the locals. Plenty of lookouts where you can stop and take photos and take lovely memories with you or if you get a bit tired, we can definitely takes some breaks, so you can catch your breath. This is quite a long hike/walk, about 3 hours, so you'll get lots of exercise, but is relatively easy, no climbing involved and perfect for any age group, specially a day out with the kids. Duration: 3 hours

$275.75 Tours & Sightseeing

Full-Day Roxburgh Gorge Cycle Tour from Queenstown

Your adventure starts in Queenstown being picked up at your accommodation at 7.45am. You will travel to Clyde where, upon arrival at the depot (arriving 9am for a 9:30 departure), you will be fitted with your bikes and briefed on your tour. You will then be transported through to the lookout at Roxburgh Hyrdo Dam. From here you will start your cycle ride back to Clyde on the stunning Roxburgh Gorge Trail. From Roxburgh Dam lookout you will connect with the start of the Roxburgh Gorge Trail and make your way to the Shingle Creek Boat Ramp. Here you will meet up with your boat operator who will transfer you through to Doctors Point. Relax on board the boat while you take in the stunning scenery and history of the area. Disembark at Doctors Point where you continue on your cycle adventure through to Alexandra. In Alexandra, you can carry on the Railtrail to the office in Clyde, or take the scenic, peaceful River Track back (an additional 8kms). You will be taken back to Queenstown by bus arriving approximately 6.30pm

$482.57 Cultural & Theme Tours

Queenstown Private Scenic Tour

Your Day - Your Way!There is an exhaustive list of things to do in Queenstown and the Central Lakes, and our job is to help you to pinpoint the best locations and experiences to fit your desires. Check out the list below and mentally tick off anything that strikes a chord with you. This list is only the beginning of the possibilities that await you. Call us to discuss ideas, we love to create new itineraries.Wine & Cheese tastings - Craft Beers - Historically significant sites - Movie locations - Gourmet foods or fine dining - Adventure tourism activities - Photography - Art - Family fun activities - Snow fun - Local walks & trails - Nature, native flora and fauna - Native animals - Views - Local-knowledge destinations - Music - Markets - Shopping, from bargains to designer - Jewellery - Water activities - Real Estate - Gardens - Fishing - Goldpanning - Team building - Golfing - Beauty & Pampering - Small conference groups - Airport transfers - General transport - Glenorchy - Paradise - Arrowtown -Cromwell - Wanaka - Kingston - Alexandra - Clyde...and more.Full day tours 9.00am to 4.30pmHalf day tours 8.30am to 12.30pm & 1.00pm to 5.00pm

$238.84 Day Trips & Excursions

Clyde Coast Tours, see the stunning river Clyde and Argyll hills from Glasgow

Enjoy a complimentary pickup from your hotel or agreed meeting point in Glasgow. Then, you’ll be ready for your 30-minute scenic drive in our luxury vehicle as we follow the River Clyde. .Departing from Glasgow you will spend the next three hours discovering the River Clyde, you'll first head past Dumbarton Rock to take in the stunning views over the iconic river. After passing this you will have your first stop at Newark Castle on the banks of the Clyde. Then you will drive through an area which was world famous for shipbuilding. before our next stop overlooking the Clyde from the Lyle Hill. Following on from this stunning view point we follow the river a short distance to the iconic Cloch Lighthouse, again you will have time for plenty of photos. We then stop to allow you to relax with a tea/ coffee or a glass of wine at a riverside Hotel to enjoy the views. Its then on to your last stop to see the Clyde and Argyll hills from another stunning view point at Tower Hill in Gourock.   Water and snacks will be available free of charge.Snacks tea or coffees are available at your cost and there is a small entrance fee for anyone wishing to see inside Newark Castle.This is a private tour for you and your party only  

$302.68 Kid Friendly

Queenstown Private 4WD Expedition 'Remote, Wild & Uniquely off the Beaten Track'

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Kopuwai Conservation AreaFull day tour ex Queenstown featuring 2 historic Central Otago townships and the Kopuwai Conservation Area, a 20,000 ha stretch of land covering the Old Man and Old Woman Ranges, from 800m above sea level to 1,682m at the Obelisk/Kopuwai. With gold mining history, rare flora and fauna, distinctive schist rock tors and an exciting range of 4x4 tracks this tour is simply stunning.The Kopuwai tour allows visitors to not only visit but to experience this remote and wild region first hand. A genuine New Zealand high country adventure away from mainstream tourism. PLEASE NOTE : THIS IS A REAL 4WD EXPEDITION. Tracks are rough and bumpy. We cover a lot of distance during the tour on these rough tracks. This tour travels to extremely remote locations. This tour is NOT suitable for people that suffer from car travel sickness. For a less 'extreme' adventure we recommend our Skippers Canyon Half or Full Day adventures.Duration: 8 hours

$265.84 Tours & Sightseeing

Poolburn Serpentine private full day tour

From Queenstown we head to Central Otago, stopping at the historic Clyde township for a quick stroll and morning tea and then on to Ophir. Ophir,  originally known as Blacks, was a thriving gold mining town built on the back 1863 gold rush. During these years it became a commercial and social hub with a population of 1000, a far cry from its current population of 50! It is of historical interest due to the many original buildings including the restored Post and Telegraph Office, the 1895 Courthouse, and the 1870s Police Station. After a stop at Pitches Store, we travel to the Ida Valley and climb up to the Poolburn Dam to navigate our way through a very different and expansive Central Otago landscape. From here, we make our way towards the old gold mining township of Serpentine, named after the winding path of the nearby Waimonga Creek. Over 1,000 m above sea level, the Serpentine church was the most elevated in New Zealand when it opened in 1873. Today it is the only remnant of a once-bustling village. Much of the town’s rich heritage is hidden beneath the tussock: tailings, water races, dams, sod pits and the remains of buildings.The area became known as the Serpentine after the discovery of gold in 1863 transformed this remote area into a vibrant gold-mining town. A settlement quickly sprang up, with two store-hotels, a church, blacksmiths, a cemetery, and huts of sod, wood and thatch with gardens and potato-storage pits. The formed road you come in on follows part of the original dray track used by miners. The Serpentine reached its peak population (150 Chinese and 80 Europeans) around 1873.The Poolburn Reservoir was built in the early 1930s for irrigation and a great depression employment initiative. Its striking scenery has been popularised by being used as a location in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy.Highlights of the day include:Available on our guided tour or tag along or passenger tourSerpentine RoadRemote 1873 ChurchPoolburn ReservoirOriginal Dunstan RoadHistoric ClydeHistoric OphirPitches Store, Ophir1878 stamping batteryand much more.. Full day tours depart 8:15 am, or as arranged.Pickups at local accommodation by arrangement. These prices are for private vehicle charter. You will not be with other people or groups.