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Active Adventures welcomes Aussies back to NZ with the launch of four new winter trips

Kiwi-operated small hiking and adventure tour company Active Adventures has announced the launch of four new winter trips including its first ever ski adventure package. The news comes just following the announcement of the trans-Tasman bubble, with Aussies dusting off their passports for that first long-awaited trip back to New Zealand.

Also celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, Active Adventures offers tours that are ideal for an Aussie’s first trip – or first trip back – to New Zealand, as they maximise time in a destination and tick off both hidden gems and bucket list items. Titled Powder Days, Totara, Ponga, and Gecko, the new itineraries include ski field adventures, hikes through the national parks of the South Island, lush green rainforest in Fiordland, west coast explorations – all with creature comforts intact.

Aussies can also book an Active Adventures trip in the comfort of there being additional assurance. This includes flexible conditions such as re-booking of trips or future trip credit provided if, within 30 days of departure, government-imposes COVID-19 restrictions. Credit will be valid on any Active Adventures departure in New Zealand, Australia or overseas until 31 December 2022. Active Adventures guides are highly trained, knowledgeable, and experts in their fields. And the great thing is that you do not need to be an athlete to join an Active Adventures tour; with varying activity levels and two guides on many of the trips, you can be rest assured you won’t feel as though you’re ever behind!

Also, Aussie travellers booking any Active Adventures trips (all destinations) from now until December 31 2023, can purchase $250 worth of Active Adventures travel vouchers, and will receive double the amount ($500) in value.

Further information here: https://activeadventures.com/active-adventures-travel-vouchers/.

SOURCE: Active Adventures