Kavacik Travel Agency

Taste the Adventure

One word to describe the sights you’ll see on a New Zealand trip: dramatic. NZ is so extra they had to split the island in two

Witness majestic and dramatic fjords, spectacular glaciers, rugged mountains, vast plains and farmland, long coastlines, wonderful sandy beaches and active geothermal regions and so much more

Examples of Tours We Offer

Bay of Islands Small Group Shore Excursion

When your ship docks in Waitangi Wharf, explore the beautiful Bay of Islands and see the best of New Zealand’s spectacular North Island. Travel through the Bay of Islands with your guide and take in top attractions including Kawakawa and the Kawiti glowworm caves.

Tauranga Shore Excursion: Rotorua Highlights

See the highlights of Rotorua on a full-day shore excursion from Tauranga. You’ll travel to one of New Zealand’s famed regions in the North Island, observing otherworldly landscapes and Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa’s thermal springs.

Milford Sound Sightseeing Cruise

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to take a Milford Sound cruise while visiting UNESCO-listed Fiordland National Park. Departing from Milford Wharf, this boat cruise glides past snow-capped Mitre Peak and waterfalls cascading down steep-walled mountains that rise straight up from the water.

Most Interesting Places to Visit in New Zealand

Takapuna Beach

Nestled right in Auckland’s urban area of the North Shore you can find this stunning stretch of beach loved by all the locals (and their adorable doggies!).

Great Barrier Island

One of the magical places to visit in New Zealand that not many people make the effort to reach, but the trip is well worth it. A 4-hour ferry ride or a 30-minute flight will see you frolicking on white sandy beaches, jumping off secret waterfalls and chilling in natural hot springs hiding in the bush!

Mahurangi West

A little-known place and somewhere I have only just discovered myself! Many people pass by this turn off on their way North from Auckland. If you can’t make it to the Bay of Islands on your trip, this is as close as you’ll get without the big drive!

Interesting Facts About New Zealand

First in Women’s Rights

New Zealand became the first country to give women the right to vote in 1893.

Home of the Bats

Bats are the only native land mammals in the country. The rest were introduced by Maoris and Europeans.

Very Small Human Population Percentage

Of all the population in the country, only 5% is human. The rest are animals, making it the highest animal to humans ratio in the world.

Neil Martell

CEO at Kavacik Travel Agency

On a trip to the North Island of New Zealand, you can walk a moonscape of volcanic peaks on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, see phosphorescent glow worms light up the Waitomo caves and watch pods of dolphins swim past as you cruise the Bay of Islands. Whatever you decide to do the trip will leave life-lasting memories.

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