Tours for you welcomes you, your family and friends to Taranaki the #2 Region in the World as endorsed by Lonely Planet 2016. Let us help you enjoy our region stress free, see some wonderful sights, visit landmarks, and taste our culture. We cater for couples, families, small groups, conference delegates and more.
Full day trip traveling as far North as Mokau, take a trip on the Mokau River Boat, also walk to the Three Sisters
Surf Highway 45
Full day tour taking in black sand beaches, lighthouses, and native rainforest
Forgotten World Highway
Full Day tour stopping at Whangamomona for lunch then onto other treasured sites
Pukeiti, Gairloch, Oakura
A half day tour taking in the beautiful gardens of Pukeiti, a 100 year old shipwreck and the coastal surf village of Oakura
A teaser tour taking in the city sights including the TeRewaRewa Bridge, Bowl of Brooklands, and various lookouts
Art Galleries and Museums
Half Day tour taking you to the Len Lye Centre/ Govett Brewster art gallery, Percy Thomson Gallery in Stratford and your choice of other galleries and museums.
Full Day Tours
Half Day Tours
Tours for you welcomes you to Taranaki or the 'Naki' as it is fondly called by the locals. You will travel in vehicles that are air conditioned, have great visibility, and are very comfortable. Seating is available for up to five adults and two children. We can however cater for larger parties with bigger vehicles if required.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any requests. There may be a family gathering with a special place to go to, or it may be to organise a sober driver for a function you would all like to enjoy. How about a trip for your visitors while you work. We would love to hear your ideas, and we will see if we can help you with them.
The prices do not include meals or entrance fees. Bring with you clothing to cope with four seasons in one day and comfortable walking shoes.
I was born and raised in Taranaki and so have a lifetime of experience and knowledge to entertain you with as we drive around the province.
I would love to show you the icons as well as the lesser known treasures of our great region.