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Cycling New Zealand

Cycling New Zealand

Cycling - Being Cycloholic!

Duration: 6Days/5Nights | Price (Per Person*): 150000

Kia Ora….

          Its not just a beautiful country, but every place, person here has a story to tell.  New Zealand, an un crowded, green, peaceful heaven has the makings of your ideal vacation destination. Translucent ocean, unique hiking trails, world heritage sights whatever you name exists in this country.

          Now as a cherry on top, lets add that extra degree to your kiwi adventure. Our cycling tour in this mystique land will help you explore the country’s diversity in a unique fashion. Be it whale watching, riding down a disused railway line or beautiful coast line.

          Explore this island country in south-western Pacific Ocean the Travel 361 Degrees way.


Feb-April 2018


Day 0:
Reach Christchurch.

Check in the hotel.

Day 1:

Welcome. Our tour begins with a scenic coach journey from Christchurch across the Canterbury Plains and over Arthurs Pass to Greymouth.

Today from Greymouth we’ll start cycling  down a coastal path on a raised dune system. Along the way enjoy views over several small settlements and the surrounding countryside as we follow the spectacular coastline of the Tasman Sea. The trail then continues on the scenic route south to Taramakau, between Greymouth and Hokitika. Turning inland from here, you’ll head to Kumara along a historic tramway. Overnight stay is in a charming historic hotel in Kumara.

Day 2:

The West Coast Wilderness Cycle Trail continues this morning with a ride through rainforest as we head towards Milltown.

This section of the route (and indeed the trail itself) is one of New Zealand’s most popular cycle routes, offering stunning scenery and fascinating local history. We will pass through some of the best stands of native forest left in New Zealand on your journey today.

Overnight stay is in Hokitika.

Day 3:

Your ride today starts at the head of the Arahura River, which rises from the Southern Alps and meets the Tasman Sea just north of Hokitika.

You’ll pass water raceways, rich dairy farmland and the tranquil Lake Kaniere, described by some as” the most beautiful lake in New Zealand”. Formed by glacial erosion in the last ice age.

Second overnight stay is in Hokitika.

Day 4:

Day starts with an easy coastal ride, then follows the bush tramway past Lake Mahinapua. It is a great ride through typical West Coast bush and wetlands.

The final leg of the cycle ride follows a disused railway line with a number of distinctive wooden bridges and wild west coast coastal scenery to your next and final stop the gold mining, farming and forestry town of Ross.

From Ross we return to Christchurch.

Day 5:

After 4 days cycling its time to relax in the picturesque coastal town of Kaikoura. Its famous for marine mammal encounters – whales, fur seals and dolphins live permanently in the coastal waters.

Kaikōura is the whale watching capital of New Zealand. Giant Sperm Whales are the stars of the show and year-round residents.

If whale watching is in your list of “to dos”, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Kaikoura.

Back to Christchurch.

Day 6:

Tour ends with thrilling bicycle ride and mesmerizing whale watching experience in the land of Kiwis.

You may continue your tour or head back to your home town.


Staring from Rs. 150000/- onwards


  • Accommodation for 4 nights on twin sharing basis.
  • Continental breakfast, packed meal during day and wholesome home cooked meal for dinner.
  • Airport pickup and drop.
  • Luggage transport during cycling.
  • Transport from Christchurch to start point and back to Christchurch from end point of the cycling route.
  • Expert tour guide.
  • Whale watching tour to Kaikōura.


  • Flight to Christchurch from your home town and back.
  • Stay and food charges on the day of arrival. (Can be arranged with extra cost)
  • Lunch on the way to Kaikōura.
  • Alcohol charges.
  • Any personal expenses.

 Contact Details:

+91 8369430097

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