South Island Autumn Colours

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From $5,955 per person

Wednesday 24 Apr 2024 - Saturday 4 May 2024 (11 Days)

Travel the beautiful landscapes of the South Island’s central and southern regions as the scenery turns golden – a photographer’s paradise. The South Island boasts rugged beaches, spectacular mountain ranges, stunning scenery, and of course the ‘salt of the earth’ and friendly locals that you’ll meet along the way.

Day 1              Wednesday 24 April 2024

ARRIVE CHRISTCHURCH                                                                   (D)

We begin our tour with a flight from Auckland to Christchurch. On arrival in Christchurch, we are met by our South Island driver/guide and are taken to our accommodation for the night. The remainder of the day is at leisure to relax or stroll around Christchurch. Tonight, we will enjoy a welcome dinner at the hotel to meet our fellow travellers.

Accommodation:    Quality Hotel Elms, Christchurch -1 night


Day 2              Thursday 25 April 2024  

CHRISTCHURCH – FRANZ JOSEF                                                      (BD)

Leaving Christchurch this morning, we board the Tranz Alpine rail service for a scenic rail journey across the fertile Canterbury Plains and into the heart of the mighty Southern Alps.  Travel across towering viaducts, through spectacular gorges and river valleys and into the lush forest of Arthurs Pass National Park.  We disembark the train at Arthurs Pass village and reboard our coach to continue our journey. From the valleys of the snow-capped mountains, we descend into the lush rainforests of Westland and travel south along the West Coast. ‘The Coast’ as locals call it, is one of the world’s special places, with mind-blowing landscapes. Enjoy the journey through these cloud-piercing mountains that rise within 30-km of the breathtaking coast. Five of our national parks are here, including South West New Zealand which has been declared a World Heritage Area. We arrive in Hokitika where we stop to purchase lunch (own cost). After lunch we travel south further into the Westland National Park, the home of the Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers. We enjoy dinner at the hotel restaurant tonight.

Accommodation:  Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier, Franz Josef – 1 night


Day 3             Friday 26 April 2024  

FRANZ JOSEF – WĀNAKA                                                                 (BD)

Ensure you have your camera ready for our visit to nearby Lake Matheson for a morning stroll, where in the right conditions, the beautiful Mount Cook is mirrored in its still waters. This land is the heart of Te Wahipounamu, meaning ‘the place of the greenstone’, explored by generations of Māori but only discovered by Europeans 150 years ago. Driving towards the southern end of the West Coast Road, there is a strong sense of entering a primeval land, before arriving in Haast where we are surrounded by a varied landscape. This wilderness forms part of the South West New Zealand World Heritage Area, so designated because South Westland and Fiordland have some of the most dramatic forest, mountain scenery and natural resources in the world. There will be time for you to purchase lunch (own cost), before we board the Haast River Safari for a one-hour trip by covered jet boat through the mighty Haast River Valley for a close-up encounter with this untouched landscape and its remarkable natural features. Learn from the local and highly experienced jet boat driver/guide about the physical attributes of this remarkable glacial valley. On conclusion of our River Safari, we reboard the coach and travel over the Haast Pass to Makarora and onto the upper reaches of Lake Wānaka. Tonight we dine in the hotel restaurant.

Accommodation: Wānaka Hotel, Wānaka – 1 night


Day 4              Saturday 27 April 2024  

WĀNAKA – QUEENSTOWN                                                               (BD)

Leaving behind Wānaka, we travel south to Cromwell where we have time to explore the Cromwell Heritage Precinct. When the Clyde dam was completed in 1990, Cromwell’s main street disappeared under Lake Dunstan, today we can see some of the historic buildings dating back to the gold rush of the 1860’s that were saved or lovingly rebuilt on higher ground, creating the Cromwell Heritage Precinct where many artisan businesses are located on the shore of beautiful Lake Dunstan. Our next stop is historic Arrowtown – a quaint town away from the hustle and bustle of Queenstown with plenty of shops and historic remains from the Gold Rush days. There is time in Arrowtown to purchase lunch before travelling to nearby Queenstown where we stay for the next two nights. We dine together at our hotel tonight.

Accommodation: Heartland Hotel, Queenstown – 2 nights


Day 5              Sunday 28 April 2024  

QUEENSTOWN                                                                                   (B)

Today is at leisure to explore Queenstown. Nestled amongst glacier-rounded hills and dramatic rugged mountain peaks, Queenstown is New Zealand’s premier year-round alpine resort. The town is steeped in the history of the goldmining days, evident from the many relics scattered in and amongst the surrounding hills. Queenstown has a plethora of optional sightseeing activities available from jet-boating on the thrilling Shotover Jet or the scenic and remote Dart River; winery tours to the premier Central Otago wineries; 4WD tours into unforgettable Skippers Canyon; scenic flights; fly-fishing or if you dare – bungy jumping or tandem sky-diving!  Extra cost for optional sightseeing excursions. Tonight is free for you to explore the local restaurants, cafes and bars.


Day 6              Monday 29 April 2024  

QUEENSTOWN – MILFORD – TE ANAU                                             (BD)

Leaving Queenstown we skirt the shores of Lake Wakatipu, New Zealand’s third largest lake, alongside the towering Remarkables Ranges.  We travel via the beautiful Eglinton Valley climbing to the Homer Tunnel before descending through to the spectacular Cleddau Canyon. Upon arrival in Milford Sound, we enjoy a cruise of this stunning sound that is dominated by the grandeur of Mitre Peak and Bowen Falls.  After our breathtaking cruise, we travel to Te Anau to our accommodation where we will enjoy dinner tonight.

Accommodation: Distinction Luxmore Hotel, Te Anau – 1 night


Day 7              Tuesday 30 April 2024  

TE ANAU – DUNEDIN                                                                         (BD)

Travelling across the rolling farmland of Southland and Otago we take in the striking area with a large number of deer farms that are easily seen from the road. The road travels through small country towns before crossing the fast-flowing Clutha River and heading north into Dunedin, known as ‘The Edinburgh of the South’. We enjoy a sightseeing tour of this historic city which was established in the 1840’s by settlers from the Presbyterian Church of Scotland and set on hills at the head of a lovely harbour.  Travelling along George and Princes Streets and through the Octagon which features the historic Town Hall, St Pauls Anglican Cathedral and a statue of the Scottish poet Robbie Burns. Highlights include visits to Baldwin Street (the steepest in the world) and Olveston House – an impressive turn-of-the-century house that is still home to all the lavish furnishings and art collections that have been collected from all corners of the world. Dinner tonight is at the hotel.

Accommodation: The Victoria Hotel, Dunedin – 2 nights


Day 8              Wednesday 01 May 2024

DUNEDIN                                                                                            (B)

Today is at leisure to explore this town full of history. You may wish to visit the Toitū Otago Settlers Museum where much of the history of the original inhabitants of the area is located, take a tour of the Speights Brewery, enjoy time at the Otago Museum with its Butterfly House or wander around the Octagon (the very heart of the city).  Out on the Otago Peninsula, you can enjoy Larnach Castle and its gardens, see the Royal Albatross Colony (the only mainland colony in the world), visit the rare Yellow-Eyed Penguins Colony or visit the interesting Marine Studies Centre.  There are also some lovely gardens to enjoy such as the authentic Chinese Gardens, Botanical Gardens and Glenfalloch Woodland Garden. Any optional activities today at extra cost.


Day 9              Thursday 02 May 2024  

DUNEDIN – OMARAMA                                                                    (BD)

Departing Dunedin, we travel north to view the extraordinary spherical Moeraki Boulders, shaped like giant marbles and nestled on the beach near Moeraki. Carrying on to Oamaru, we have time to look at the ‘White Stone City’ where the old buildings have been constructed with local limestone. It was from Oamaru that New Zealand’s first frozen meat was shipped in 1882 taking over three months to reach England, and thus began New Zealand’s most important export industry. Travelling inland through Benmore and Otematata, we arrive at Omarama. Dinner tonight will be at our hotel.

Accommodation: Heritage Gateway Hotel, Omarama – 1 night


Day 10            Friday 03 May 2024  

TWIZEL – CHRISTCHURCH                                                                 (BD)

Today is a day full of spectacular sights. Travelling north we skirt the shore of Lake Pukaki to reach Mount Cook, New Zealand’s highest mountain. There is time available to enjoy an optional scenic flight over the ancient rivers of ice that make up the West Coast Glaciers (weather permitting – a highly recommended option). Travelling to Tekapo we admire the magnificent blue waters of Lake Tekapo where we view the Church of the Good Shepherd and the statue of the Collie dog, before travelling through the vast Mackenzie Basin, over Burke’s Pass through Fairlie, Geraldine, and Ashburton and across the Canterbury Plains into Christchurch. Tonight we enjoy a farewell dinner at the hotel.

Accommodation: Quality Hotel Elms, Christchurch – 1 night


Day 11            Saturday 04 May 2024  

DEPART CHRISTCHURCH                                                                  (B)

Farewell from the South Island!  This morning we are transferred to Christchurch Airport to connect with our flight back to Auckland.

Quality Hotel Elms, Christchurch

The Quality Hotel Elms is situated in a quiet suburban area yet accessible to many of the attractions and activities the area has to offer, surrounded by award-winning gardens, and is ideally situated midway between the airport and central city. All 97 guest rooms are well appointed and equipped with all the amenities a guest could need, offering luxurious accommodation in an ideal location for those wanting to explore the area.




Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier, Franz Josef

Scenic Hotel Franz JosefIn the heart of the village and edge of the Westland World Heritage Park, the Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier is only a breath away from the spectacular Franz Josef Glacier. The hotel offers everything you need to be able to explore this dramatic region in style and comfort. With an exceptional restaurant, serving hearty, West Coast fare, and the Moa Bar with its open fireplace, you are never without choice. Plus, with the private hot pools and our Amaia Luxury Spa close by, you can enjoy time out to rejuvenate after a day taking in the many walking tracks and other outdoor pursuits.



Wānaka Hotel, Wānaka

Wanaka HotelLocated less than a 1-minute walk from the centre of Wanaka, Wanaka Hotel is a 1-minute walk from the lake and town centre. Most accommodation offers views over the lake and mountains. Guests enjoy 2 restaurants, a cafe and free on-site parking. All rooms and suites feature a TV, a work desk, a small refrigerator, and tea/coffee making facilities. Each has an ensuite bathroom with a shower, or a shower and bathtub.




Heartland Hotel, Queenstown

Heartland Hotel has a distinctive design and is close to all the action in the bustling resort town. With amazing views to the mountain and Lake Wakatipu, you can still feel cosy and tucked away in the A-Line style chalets in the hills. There are a total of 81 rooms at Heartland Hotel, comprising of Chalet Rooms, Family Rooms, Standard Rooms and Superior rooms. The Hillside Brasserie is open for buffet breakfast and is open for an a la carte dinner from 5pm until 10pm every day.




Distinction Luxmore Hotel, Te Anau

Distinction Luxmore Hotel Lake Te Anau is located in the heart of Te Anau Town Centre, just a short stroll from magnificent Lake Te Anau. Relax and enjoy the serene surroundings before heading out to explore the world-famous beauty of Fiordland. With two fabulous on-site restaurants, free unlimited WIFI in all rooms and at the cosy Bailiez Café, an on-site gym, and guest laundry, staying at the Distinction Luxmore Hotel will make your visit to Te Anau comfortable and easy.




The Victoria Hotel, Dunedin

Victoria Hotel Dunedin Exterior ViewAt the Victoria Hotel you can expect a warm welcome, a comfortable stay and an excellent location. This small hotel is located close to the Octagon, which is the heart of Dunedin City, and just minutes’ walk away from the city’s attractions, shops and historic Dunedin Railway Station. Guest rooms offer city views and are equipped with refrigerator, radio, telephone, hairdryer, and a work desk. Ironing and tea/coffee-making facilities are available.




Heritage Gateway Hotel, Omarama

Heritage Gateway Hotel, Omarama ExteriorRelax and enjoy comfortable, country-style accommodation at the Heritage Gateway Hotel. Set amongst landscaped gardens with views of the surrounding mountains, the Heritage Gateway Hotel is a peaceful place to stay. Featuring 98 comfortably furnished guest rooms with en suite bathrooms, al fresco restaurant, and bar.


Tour Inclusions

  • Door to door home collection & drop off service available from select areas – refer to further information available here
  • Auckland – Christchurch return flights with Air New Zealand – other ports on application / price on application
  • 10 nights accommodation – twin/double rooms, all with private facilities (single rooms available with surcharge)
  • Tour admissions as per itinerary
  • Touring in modern air-conditioned vehicle
  • Breakfasts (B), Lunches (L), Dinners (D) where indicated on your daily itinerary
  • Roadside Morning Teas – where possible
  • Tranz Alpine Train from Christchurch to Arthurs Pass
  • Haast River Safaris jet boat ride
  • Scenic cruise of Milford Sound
  • Admission to Olveston House
  • Meals – 10x breakfasts, 1x lunch, 8x dinners

Tour Payments Per Person ($NZD)

Guaranteed Twin/Double Share: $5,955.00
Single Supplement: $1,150.00
Travel Club Member Discount: $55.00
Non-refundable deposit due at time of booking: $200.00

Balance of tour payment due Tuesday 05 March 2024

Early Bird Offer

Book and pay in full by Thursday 21 December 2023 and receive $150.00 discount per person!

Yes. Leisure Time Tours offers a free home collection and drop off service from selected Hamilton, Tauranga, Rotorua and most Auckland City areas. Our complimentary collections are based on your individual post code, other home collection locations available at an additional cost. Alternatively you may wish to meet us at our Hamilton depot in which case you can park your car in our secure yard free of charge for the duration of your holiday. For all tours that have a flight component, we can also offer door to door collections from Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin city areas.

Please refer to our Home Collection flyer for further information about this service.

Yes. Our Guaranteed Twin Share price is available for those passengers willing to share with another single traveller of the same gender. If there isn’t another passenger of the same gender to share with we GUARANTEE our twin share price. Leisure Times Tours accepts no responsibility for the compatibility of passengers travelling under this arrangement. If someone is not compatible with the person they have been matched up with, all additional costs incurred to assist with changing their shared room type to two single rooms will be at the expense of both travellers and will be subject to availability. Acceptance of a guaranteed twin share room is subject to the individual’s medical condition being suitable for this type of arrangement.

Please note that the guaranteed twin share pricing is not available to pre & post tour accommodation arrangements.

To ensure that you select the right tour for you, we’ve developed a very clear set of fitness recommendations for our tours. These physical ratings clearly explain how much physical exertion is required to participate on each tour. 

Level 1 – Easy

  • Relaxed paced tour
  • Be able to participate in guided or unguided small walking tours at a relaxed pace.
  • Walk on mostly level ground
  • Tackle an occasional flight of stairs
  • Occasionally need to stand for up to 10 minutes
  • Able to get on and off transportation unaided

Level 2 – Moderate

  • Be able to participate in walking tours with time to rest at least every 10 minutes
  • Stand for 15 minutes without needing to sit down
  • Tackle a flight of stairs or incline
  • Able to get on and off transportation unaided
  • Walk confidently on bush tracks

 Level 3 – Active

  • Participate in walking tours without having to rest for up to 20 minutes
  • Walk up an incline equal to a flight of stairs without stopping
  • Stand for 30 minutes without needing to sit down
  • Walk over uneven ground and walk through soft sand
  • Able to get on and off transportation unaided

Yes we can. Should you wish to arrive earlier or stay longer we can book in some pre and post tour accommodation for you. Please ask at the time of booking if you require this.

This tour will be guaranteed once the minimum number of passengers have been booked on the tour.

Passengers rotate seats in the coach daily so that all passengers have the opportunity to enjoy forward and window seating. All passengers are expected to participate as a booking condition.

Yes. A point of difference is that wherever possible we offer our passengers roadside refreshments served from the coach. This gives all passengers the chance to mix and mingle over a hot cuppa allowing us to share our experiences as we journey together.

Leisure Time Tours strongly advises all passengers to purchase a travel insurance policy. A comprehensive travel insurance policy may prevent you from spending extra money in case of an emergency and will help you feel protected during your holiday. We are agents for Cover More Travel Insurance. Ask us for a no obligation insurance quote today.

Luggage is restricted to one suitcase and one small item of hand luggage per person. Baggage handling of one suitcase per person, at each hotel, is included in the trip price. Carry-on/hand luggage handling is the responsibility of each guest and all personal items must be taken off the coach by you each day of the trip.

When on tour, dress is generally relaxed and casual with an informal dress standard on most occasions. Casual wear is recommended for travelling with something a little more formal for evening dining. If taking part in outdoor activities, make sure you have a waterproof coat, comfortable footwear and dress in layers to help you adjust to any sudden changes in climate. Be prepared for New Zealand’s powerful sun, even on cold windy days, bringing a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Booking Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions….
Valid from 01 October 2023

Acceptance of Terms and Conditions 

If you book a Packaged Tour with us and pay your deposit, you are deemed to have accepted these terms. If you book a Leisure Time Travel tour through an agent, the agent is deemed to have accepted these terms on your behalf.  We may ask you to sign a copy of these terms when you join your Packaged Tour to provide a record of your acceptance of these terms and you agree to sign these terms on our request. 


The itinerary for your Packaged Tour was correct at the time of printing but is subject to change without notice. This could come about due to road or weather conditions, or any changes imposed by other tour operators and carriers included in the itinerary. Such changes may occur prior to travel, or whilst on tour. You agree that we have no liability to you for changes to your itinerary. If a passenger amends their itinerary by starting or concluding the itinerary earlier or later, then it becomes their responsibility to arrange tour or flight connections as necessary.  


*Guaranteed Twin Share Prices 
Our Guaranteed Twin Share price is available for those passengers willing to share with another single traveller of the same gender. If there isn’t another passenger of the same gender to share with, we GUARANTEE our twin share price. Leisure Time Travel accepts no responsibility for the compatibility of passengers travelling under this arrangement. If someone is not compatible with the person they have been matched up with, all additional costs incurred to assist with changing their shared room type to two single rooms will be at the expense of both travellers and will be subject to availability. Acceptance of a guaranteed twin share room is subject to the individual’s medical condition being suitable for this type of accommodation arrangement. 
*NOT applicable to all tours, please refer to the individual tour brochure to confirm whether this arrangement is available. 


Travel Insurance 
Leisure Time Travel strongly advises all passengers to purchase a travel insurance policy when booking a tour. A comprehensive travel insurance policy gives peace of mind for unexpected issues or emergencies that may arise prior to or during a tour. We can assist with a no-obligation insurance quotation – ask us for a quote today, or you may opt to arrange your own travel insurance. 


Health and Fitness 
Passengers should be in good health and able to walk moderate distances to fully participate and experience the sightseeing opportunities within the enclosed itinerary. All passengers are required to acknowledge that they are of reasonable health and are considered to be fit to travel and are not travelling contrary to any medical advice. By acknowledging their health and fitness to participate, passengers are indemnifying us from all actions, claims and demands arising out of any lack of health and fitness. We reserve the right to remove a passenger from a tour if their health or fitness interferes with any other passenger’s experiences or the day to day running of the tour. In this instance our normal cancellation terms and conditions will apply. You agree that we have no liability to you for any loss, damage, costs or other effects of health problems you may encounter on your Packaged Tour. 


Travellers Who Require Assistance  

It is a requirement of joining your Packaged Tour that you disclose to us at time of booking, any disability requiring special attentionThis includes physical disability, difficulty walking, hearing or eyesight impairment, or any neurological disordersShould your health circumstances change between time of booking and travel date, we require you to disclose if you now have any disability requiring special attention.    While every effort is made to accommodate such difficulties, we are not responsible in the event we are unable to do so, and are not responsible for any denial of services by third party operators including airlines, accommodation providers and tour operatorsOur concern must always be for the enjoyment and welfare of the group as a whole, and we regret that we cannot provide individual assistance to participants for walking, getting on and off motor coaches or vessels, or other personal needs. A physically and mentally able companion must accompany travellers who need such assistance. 


Seat Changes 
Passengers rotate seats in the coach daily so that all passengers have the opportunity to enjoy forward and window seating. All passengers are expected to participate as a booking condition. 


Luggage is restricted to one item of ‘checked in’ luggage and one smaller item of ‘underseat’ or hand luggage per person. Due to limited storage capacity in the motorcoaches used on tour, each ‘check in’ luggage item should have dimensions not exceeding 30” x 20” x 12” (76x51x30cm) and weight not exceeding 50lbs (23kg).  

Underseat’ or hand luggage is restricted to one piece per person, not exceeding 17” x 13” x 8.7” (43x33x22cm). ‘Underseat’ or hand luggage handling is the responsibility of each guest and must be taken on and off the motorcoach by you each day of the trip. Although every effort is made to handle guests’ luggage carefully, we cannot be responsible, assume liability or accept claims for loss or damage to luggage and personal effects due to breakage, theft, or fair wear and tear through hotel, airline and group carrier handling. Therefore, it is important for protection that passengers make certain they have adequate travel insurance to cover these eventualities.  


Car Parking at Leisure Time Tours Yard 

The car parking facility (“Facility”) offered for passengers is provided for the convenience of our patrons only. The use of this Facility is entirely at the risk of the vehicle owner. Leisure Time Tours Ltd(“Company”) shall not be responsible for any loss, theft, damage, or vandalism to vehicles or their contents while parked in the Facility.The Company disclaims all liability for any accidents, injuries, or damages that may occur within the Facility, including, but not limited to, collisions between vehicles, slips, falls, or any other accidents.All vehicles parked in the Facility must be properly insured. Vehicle owners are responsible for ensuring that their insurance covers any damage or loss that may occur while their vehicle is in the Facility.By using the Facility, the vehicle owner or operator agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Company, its employees, agents, and affiliates from any claims, liabilities, losses, costs, or expenses arising out of or in connection with the use of the Facility.The Company reserves the right to refuse entry to or eject any vehicle or individual from the Facility at its discretion.The Company does not guarantee the security or surveillance of the Facility, and patrons are encouraged to take appropriate precautions to safeguard their vehicles and possessions.The terms and conditions of this disclaimer are subject to change without notice.  

Price Amendments 
Prices were correct at the time and date of printing; however, Leisure Time Travel reserves the right to amend the price subject to any changes in price imposed by other tour operators and carriers included in the itinerary or major fluctuation in the exchange rates, or increases in government or other levies. The final tour cost will be guaranteed not to change once the full and final payment has been received.  



Tour price excludes airport departure taxes, drinks, telephone calls, gratuities, any passport or visa costs, travel insurance, items of a personal nature, optional sightseeing activities, and costs for variations made outside the group travel arrangements.  


Payments, Cancellations and Refunds 
A non-refundable deposit is required when booking to confirm your place on a tour.   Registrations will be accepted in order of receipt of deposits. 

All balance payments must be received by Leisure Time Travel prior to the date specified as per itinerary or your booking confirmation. Payments are available to be made by Cash, Direct Credit or EFTPOS – Credit Card payments will incur an additional surcharge. Leisure Time Travel reserves the right to amend, reschedule or cancel the tour due the result of circumstances outside the company’s control. Leisure Time Travel also reserves the right to cancel the tour due to insufficient numbers and in this instance a substitute date will be offered, or a full refund will be made available.  


New Zealand Domestic Cancellation Policy 
Note – These cancellation terms are for standard domestic tours which excludes overnight boat stays 
If you cancel your booking: 
· 50+ days prior to tour commencement, loss of the non-refundable deposit 
· 30 to 49 days prior to tour commencement; your cancellation charge is 50% of the full Package Tour price (50% refund); plus, any applicable supplier cancellation fees 
· 30 days prior to tour commencement your cancellation charge will be 100% of the full Package Tour price (no refund) 
No refunds will be given on any unused portions of any itinerary. The exception is when a sightseeing service has been cancelled by the service operator due to weather conditions/safety concerns etc. and only when the operator authorises a refund. Any such refunds will be processed through your travel agent at the conclusion of the tour. 

Please Note: Any applicable airline content does not apply to the above refunds – Please refer to your airline for their specific cancellation/refund policies. 


Our Responsibilities 
We are responsible for booking and packaging goods and services provided by other operators such as hotels, attractions, and transportation companies to create your Packaged Tour. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with the terms that will apply to those goods and services. We are not responsible and have no liability to you for the terms of other operators or for any loss, damage, omission or acts, negligent or otherwise, committed by those other operators. 


Your Responsibilities 
You agree to behave reasonably throughout your Packaged Tour and not to be a nuisance to other passengers. You agree to comply with these terms and the terms that apply to any goods or services supplied to you by other operators. You also agree to comply with our reasonable requests and the requests of other operators. You indemnify us for any liability, costs, damages or other expenses we suffer or incur as a direct or indirect consequence of your behaviour while part of your Packaged Tour. 


Removal from Tour 
For the wellbeing of all passengers on your Packaged Tour, we reserve the right to remove you from your Packaged Tour and cancel your booking with us if you breach any of your obligations under these terms provided that, except in the case of a serious breach (as determined by us) we will give you notice of the breach and a reasonable opportunity (which will be no more than two days) to remedy the breach before exercising our cancellation right. In the case of a serious breach, we can exclude you from your Packaged Tour and cancel your booking by immediate verbal or written notice to you. In the event of such cancellation, you will be responsible, at your cost, for arranging any accommodation, travel costs and other matters required as a direct or indirect consequence of the cancellation.  


Force Majeure 
You agree that we have no liability to you and will not pay any compensation to you where the performance of our contractual obligations is prevented or affected by circumstances amounting to “force majeure”. In these terms, ‘force majeure’ means any event that has an impact on your Packaged Tour which we or the other operator (where relevant) could not, even with all due care, foresee or avoid. Such events may include war or threat of war, riots, civil strife, terrorist activity, industrial dispute, natural or nuclear disaster, pilferage, epidemics, pandemics, forced quarantine, medical or customs regulations, riot, fire, storm, flood, explosion, compliance with any law or government restraint order, rule regulation, strikes, lock outs, or any other cause not reasonably within the control of our control. We reserve the right to cancel, amend or reschedule your Packaged Tour during or following any force majeure and if we do so you agree that we will have no liability to you for any direct or indirect consequences of the cancellation, amendment or rescheduling. 


Privacy Act Waiver 

Travellers joining our tours automatically give consent for us to pass essential personal information to our suppliers on the tour as necessary.   This information may include full name; address; passport number; travel details; contact details; dietary requirements and health information.  


Limitation of Liability 
The Consumer Guarantees Act 1993, the Fair Trading Act 1986, and other statutes in New Zealand may impose warranties, conditions or obligations upon us which cannot by law (or which can only to a limited extent by law) be excluded. We exclude all such imposed warranties, conditions or obligations to the extent permitted by law and exclude any warranty, condition or obligation imposed or implied under common law, equity or otherwise. Except to the extent that the law prevents us from excluding liability and as expressly provided for in these terms, we shall not be liable for any loss or damage or liability of any kind whatsoever (including consequential loss or lost profit or business) whether suffered or incurred by you or another person and whether in contract, or tort (including in negligence), or otherwise and whether such loss or damage arises directly or indirectly from Work or Goods provided by us to you. To the extent that we are liable for any reason for any loss suffered or liability incurred by you arising from any breach of these terms or for any other reason, such liability is limited to the price of your Packaged Tour.