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Clarks Coachlines Introduction

Hello and welcome to Clarks Coachlines, one of New Zealand's premier tour coach and charter bus operators offering sightseeing tours in New Zealand.

Our guided bus tours of New Zealand have been assisting clients from all
over the world for the past 40 years when they have travelled to our South Pacific islands.

If you are...

  • Visiting New Zealand as a group
  • An inbound tour operator
  • Organising a specialist group
  • Planning a conference or corporate trip
  • A local community group

...then our range of luxury New Zealand tour coaches and charter buses will take you on your travels in air-conditioned comfort.

Our New Zealand bus tour company can help you plan your itinerary to ensure that you obtain the best out of your time on our sightseeing tours of New Zealand, which will include popular tourist attractions as well as hide-away places off the main tourist route.

Or Clarks Coachlines can simply get your group from their port of call to their destination without fuss.

Planning of Sightseeing Tours in New Zealand

We can assist with planning your New Zealand bus tour itinerary. Our knowledge of the best meal and comfort stops, ultimate photo spots and hidden treasures, will go a long way towards making your New Zealand sightseeing tour truly memorable.

If you have any special cultural or religious needs we will take them into account during the planning stage of your sightseeing tour of New Zealand.

Destinations our New Zealand bus tours have travelled to include places such as the Bay of Islands, Rotorua, Waitomo Caves, Hanmer Springs, Akaroa, Mt Cook and Queenstown.

As Clarks Coachlines have branches located in both islands, our sightseeing tours of New Zealand can take you anywhere in the country for any occasion.

New Zealand Bus Tours Accessibility

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Many of our coaches used for our sightseeing tours in New Zealand are fitted with lowering devices to enable easy access by senior citizens and people with disabilities.

The coaches on our New Zealand bus tours also feature air conditioning, a PA and sound system, reading lights and many other features to make your next New Zealand coach charter a great experience.

Enhancing Your Sightseeing Tours of New Zealand

Our fully trained coach captains are without a doubt our greatest asset. Their knowledge of our land and its legends will enhance your New Zealand bus tour from start to final farewell.

Your New Zealand sightseeing tour will be enlivened with humour, tales and anecdotes from our Maori heritage in the North, to our gold rich history in the South.

As a New Zealand owned, family company, we understand that every group has it's individual needs and requirements. Whatever your request, we will do our utmost to arrange it for you.

We give our clients the best value for money, and will go the extra mile for them by showing them the real New Zealand: off the beaten track.

Rates for our Sightseeing Tours in New Zealand

As your trip destination and needs are unique to your group, we ask that you get in touch so that we can provide you with a quote based on those requirements.

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About New Zealand

Split into two main islands, and roughly the same size as Great Britain, New Zealand is a country of diverse geographical features—from lush rainforests and vast alpine chains, to steaming volcanoes and sweeping coastlines.

New Zealand's separation from other land masses has allowed many ancient plants and animals to survive and evolve in isolation. Of the many unique birds here, the best known is the kiwi, New Zealand's unofficial national symbol. About a quarter of the country still remains forested.

Abel Tasman National Park
Abel Tasman National Park
Nelson, New Zealand
Photographer: Ian Trafford

New Zealand's largest city, Auckland, has a population of over one-million people and is located near the top of the North Island, flanked by the Waitemata and Manukau harbours.

Wellington, the country's capital city, at is the southern end of the North Island and boasts around 400 cafes and restaurants.

The North Island is a land of geothermal activity, golden beaches and sub-tropical rainforests, and its climate makes for a year-round destination. Geysers, mud pools, and live volcanoes are found throughout the region.

At the heart of the North Island is Lake Taupo, the result of volcanic eruptions over two-thousand years ago.

The South Island is a land of geographic extremes, from the imposing snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps, to vast plains, glacial-fed lakes, and stunning coastal fiords. Mt Cook, New Zealand's highest mountain is located here, flanked by the Tasman Glacier. Much of the island is densely forested.

Christchurch, the South Island's largest city, is a vibrant, cosmopolitan place with exciting festivals, theatre, modern art galleries, great shopping and award-winning attractions. An easy drive from Christchurch is Kaikoura, famous for its whale-watching attractions.

On the rugged south-west coast is Milford Sound, once described by Rudyard Kipling as the eighth wonder of the world. Nearby Queenstown is New Zealand's adventure capital and a year-round destination for thrill-seekers.

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