Toni Roberts-Hislop and her husband (also Tony!) were guests on the the very first MoaTours Southern Beauty tour in October 2020. Toni and Tony travelled with Kiwi Guide Tim for nine fun filled days exploring the very best of the South Island. During her trip Toni kept a travel diary and has been kind enough to share it with us.
For anyone who is thinking about visiting the South Island and leaving all the driving and organizing to someone else, you'll find it a useful article and a great way to work out if a small group tour is the right fit for you. Thanks to Toni (& Tony!) for joining us on tour and, of course, for writing and sharing this wonderful article.
Read Kiwi Guide Matt's travel diary as he journeys from Dunedin to Bluff and Riverton then into Lake Hauroko in Fiordland before taking the "back road" to Queenstown via the Mavora Lakes and Mt Nicholas Station for lunch followed by a cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Queenstown. A real adventure into some of the hidden treasures of the South Island.
MoaTours Kiwi Guide Nigel shares some stories from a tour last season to the Bridge to Nowhere on the Whanganui River, the Forgotten World Highway and more. For Nigel part of this tour took him back to where he grew up so it was a real trip down memory lane.
MoaTours Kiwi Guide Richard shares some stories from his latest trip to the South Island icons of Molesworth Station, Abel Tasman & Golden Bay. Tag along for the ride as Richard shares stories from countryside he knows so well...
MoaTours Kiwi Guide Tim shares some stories from a recent trip around the southern half of the South Island visiting Aoraki Mt Cook, Queenstown, Milford Sound, Wanaka, Franz Josef and Punakaiki. Find out why after 25 years guiding it's still his favourite part of New Zealand.