The South Island’s Otago region in spring is a sight to behold. As the lush greenery of the new season bursts to life, the aroma of newly bloomed bulbs and perennials fills the air. The bright hues of blossoms and flowers adorning trees and garden beds are a stunning contrast to the region’s rolling, bronze-coloured hills, expansive blue skies and dark, craggy peaks sprinkled with snow. Spend time exploring the beauty of Otago’s top gardens, historic homesteads and farms with our Otago Farmhouse Gardens Tour where you'll meet the gardeners, landowners and farmers responsible for carving out stunning oases amidst the extreme conditions that Otago is famous for.
Below we’ll introduce you to just some of best gardens and historic homesteads Otago has to offer.
We recently caught up with recent World of WearableArt Awards Show tour guest Val and asked her all about her tour. What was her favourite memory, what did she think of the WOW Show, how was her guide? Find out what made her say WOW!
One of the great things about living in Auckland where most of our guests are too, is that from time to time we have the opportunity to catch up in person. Recently Kiwi Guide Andrew had the pleasure of the company of Glenis, Sharon and Shelly, who all shared a recent South Island trip together.
The World of WearableArt Awards Show tour has to be amongst the most enjoyable of all the trips that I guide for MoaTours. In the 6 days that we are away we get to visit locals in their homes, traverse some magnificent scenery through the central North Island, experience one of the most inspirin