New Zealand Solo Tour Holidays

Escorted holidays to New Zealand designed exclusively for solo travellers

New Zealand Solo Holidays

New Zealand Escorted Tours for Solo Travellers

New Zealand is a country of two halves (literally: there's the North Island and the South Island). In the North Island, lush landscapes of every conceivable variety appeal to visitors’ sense of peace and tranquillity; in the South, it’s much more dramatic, with the scenery on offer catering for those with more thrill-seeking tendencies. Of course, New Zealand is so much more than its diverse and outstanding nature. Throughout, you will find more to do here than you ever dreamed possible, especially in Wellington – the country’s arts and culture capital. No matter what your tastes, there’s a perfect singles holiday to New Zealand; waiting for you with Just You.

Our New Zealand tours for solo travellers are just what you need to enjoy this amazing country to the full. From the spectacular skyline of Auckland to the tremendous views – both ocean and forest – of Queenstown, it won't be long before you're completely awestruck. There’s even the opportunity to go stargazing during your travels here; how incredible is that?! Whether you see yourself as an avid adventurer or a more laid-back leisure seeker, New Zealand has something for everyone. Take a trip to the real-world setting of Tolkien’s Middle-earth and see for yourself just how magical New Zealand can be!

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Featured New Zealand Solo Escorted Tour Holidays

  1. Breathtaking New Zealand

    Discover the emerald-green landscapes, thermal springs and hot geysers of the North Island, then journey to the South Island with its snow-capped mountains, shimmering glaciers and sparkling lakes.

    • Just You Private Chauffeur Service
    • Return flights
    • 14 nights in 3 & 4-star hotels, 3 nights in flight and 17 meals

    18 days from
    £6,449
    was £6,699

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SOLO GUIDED HOLIDAYS IN ST LUCIA

WHAT ARE THE BEST TOURING HOLIDAYS FOR SOLOS IN NEW ZEALAND?

New Zealand is a beautiful country with emerald-green landscapes, thermal springs and hot geysers in the North, to the South you’ll find snow-capped mountains, shimmering glaciers and sparkling lakes. To see all of this you’ll need to take our Breathtaking New Zealand tour.

This all-encompassing tour starts in the beautiful city of Auckland on North Island. Discover beautiful landscapes, thermal springs and geysers in Rotorua and Napier, then spend some time in the capital Wellington, before sailing across the Cook Strait to South Island. Snow-capped mountains, shimmering glaciers and beautiful Milford Sound await and there's also time to explore Queenstown and the vibrant city of Christchurch.

WHAT ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS OF SINGLES HOLIDAYS TO NEW ZEALAND?

New Zealand offers such a range of different scenery from the green vineyards and rain forests, to the white glaciers and bubbling geothermic pools. There is a lot crammed in to an island not much bigger than the UK, but with just under 5 million residents there is lots of room to sightsee without being overcrowded. The cities and towns are a sightseers dream too, packed full of nice cafes, museums and bars for a nice evening drink. The locals are welcoming and you won’t find any poisonous reptiles or spiders here!

The main highlights of New Zealand that you won’t want to miss are:

  • The Glow worm caves - Who would have thought insects could be striking – well these are. Look above you at the ceiling of this cave and you’d think you are looking at a galaxy of stars twinkling away in the darkness.
  • City lovers will want to explore Auckland. It’s the largest city in New Zealand, and known as the “City of Sails” for all the sail boats floating around the waters of this coastal city. Full of exciting nightlife, restaurants, shops, cafes and museums, there is something for everyone.
  • Wonder Hunters will want to see Milford South - This jaw-dropping natural wonder that Rudyard Kipling described as the 8th wonder of the world. Gigantic cliffs rising up, out of ocean. Its even more impressive when it rains, the water cascades down the rock face back into the fjords. Simply stunning.
  • Lake Taupo is a overwhelming vastness of water that flows rapidly into the impressive Huka Falls. Every second, around 220,000 litres of water pours through a narrow passage, and then rushes under a pedestrian bridge where you can stop and take in this awe-inspiring view.
  • Paihia – Animal lovers will want to grab a catamaran cruise from here to enjoy the variety of marine life, including bottlenose dolphins and fur seals
  • My precious, here’s a tour for you …. Hobbit lovers will want to go to the Hobbiton in Rotorua where they will be transported to the movie set of the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogy. During the tour, you will see Hobbit Holes, the Mill and The Green Dragon Inn you’ll learn how this beautiful Waikato farmland was transformed into a magical movie set. Specially brewed beverages are available at The Green Dragon Inn to round off your tour.
WHAT IS THE FOOD LIKE IN NEW ZEALAND?

Being an island, seafood is plentiful and traditional fish and chips are a Friday favourite for the Kiwi’s. Another Kiwi favourite is Hokey Pokey Ice cream. A vanilla ice with honey comb pieces, this can be purchased from most cafes and shops over New Zealand.

Cheeses and bread are also popular staples and the Kiwis have created their own Brie and Camembert and also a sourdough bread using a potato starter instead of a yeast starter. A recipe worth taking home with you.

Something not to be missed is the Maori Traditional cooking method of hangi – where Chicken, lamb and fish are cooked by digging a hole in the earth, adding hot stones, wrapping the meat in flax leaves, and then covering the hole back up with the dug out mud. The process takes 3-4 hours but is a completely free way to cook your dinner.

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