Explore New Zealand with Travel Pass deals
Possibly one of the most impressive countries in the world, New Zealand has it all when it comes to dramatic landscapes, adrenaline sports and unspoilt scenery.
Whether you want to explore the Kauri forests of North Island, or the stunning Milford Sound on South Island there is so much to see in Australia that you’ll want to take your time.
One affordable way of ensuring you get to see it all is via Stray Travel’s Maximus Pass. This pass will enable you to access the entire Stray Travel network (except for the East Cape which is available via their Everywhere Pass).
The pass route is a loop, which means you can begin and end your tour wherever you choose to in New Zealand. With Stray’s Maximus Pass you can go at your own pace and hop on and off at their various stops all over New Zealand. This means you can happily spend a few days in one location should it take your fancy, or simply carry on along the guided bus route.
Guided Tours Of New Zealand
Each Stray bus has a tour guide on board who can talk you through the amazing places you’ll pass and stop off at. Combining the convenient of regular buses with the in depth knowledge of a tour guide, you’ll also get to stop off and explore in between destinations.
Best Things To See In New Zealand
New Zealand is packed to the brim with amazing things to see and do but here’s just a handfull of what you can experience whilst using your Maximus Pass.
- Visit Cape Reinga to see the Pacific Ocean meet the Tasman Sea at the northernmost point of New Zealand (Cape Reinga Day Tour included with your pass).
- See glow-worms and go deep underground at Waitomo Caves.
- Experience (and smell) the geothermal activity in Rotorua and try extreme white water rafting or visit Hobbiton.
- Hike volcanic plateaus in Tongariro National Park (known as Mordor and Mt Doom to ‘Lord of the Rings’ fans)
- Hike on the majestic Franz Josef glacier.
- Spend a few days in Queenstown – where you can ski and bungy jump!
- Visit the stunning Milford Sound
- See the Southern Lights from Stewart Island