Be prepared to be blown away by the places you will go and the things you will do while travelling on our super fun Hop-on Hop-off Adventure Travel Network. A Hop-on Hop-off Travel Pass is a great way to see New Zealand's impressive landscape. You will get access to stunning destinations, meet like-minded travelers, get great recommendations from your Driver Guide and best of all have total flexibility to hop-on or hop-off where ever you like along the route. This pass can be completed in 25-31 days, but is valid for 12 months so you can spend as long as you like any destination along the way. Accommodation and activities are bookable via your Driver Guide day by day which means there is no need to book anything in advance.
Auckland to HaheiDepart Auckland to Hahei, CoromandelFree Day HaheiHahei to RotoruaLeaving Hahei we head to Rotorua, an area rich in Maori heritageFree Day RotoruaRotorua to Lake AniwhenuaStay at the stunning Lake Aniwhenua and learn more about Maori traditions as well as how to prepare a ‘Hangi’Lake Aniwhenua (via Taupo) to Blue Duck StationOur destination is Blue Duck Station, a remote high country conservation farm Free Day Blue Duck StationBlue Duck Station (via Tongariro) to RaetihiToday, hike the epic Tongariro Alpine Crossing and spend the night in an historic Nurses Home in RaetihiRaetihi to WellingtonDepart to the vibrant Capital City!Wellington to Marahau (Abel Tasmann)Catch an early Bluebridge Ferry to Picton then we'll make our way to Marahau, right on the edge of Abel TasmanFree Day Marahau (Abel Tasman)Marahau (Abel Tasman) to Franz JosefDepart early for a full day of sight seeing and then head to the home of the mighty Franz Josef Glacier Free Day Franz JosefFranz Josef (via Fox Glacier) to WanakaToday, travel through the mountainous Haast Pass and Makarora towards WanakaWanaka to QueenstownTravel to Queenstown, known in New Zealand as the ‘Adventure Capital of the World’Free Day QueenstownQueenstown (via Milford Sound) to Gunn’s CampMilford Sound is one of NZ’s most famous destinations, sometimes referred to as the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’. Later we go to our Stray overnight stop, Gunn’s Camp.Gunn’s Camp to Invercargill/Stewart IslandTravel further south to Invercargill and on to Bluff, where you can catch a ferry to Stewart IslandInvercargill/Stewart Island to QueenstownIn the late afternoon we take an express journey back to Queenstown.Queenstown to Aoraki/Mt CookHead to New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki/Mt CookMt Cook (via Tekapo) to RangitataContinue to our overnight stop in Rangitata Peel Forest.Rangitata to ChristchurchFind some of New Zealand’s most modern architecture nestled next to some of our oldest buildings in ChristchurchChristchurch to KaikouraTravel up the coast to the incredible marine world of KaikouraKaikoura (via Picton) to WellingtonThose heading to Wellington will catch the FerryWellington (via Raetihi) to Auckland