TRAVEL IN STYLE…

Do you want to explore Auckland with a private tour guide? Or do you simply need somebody to drive you to meet a friend or client?

Our professional chauffeur, who has an impressive knowledge of the city and region, can pick you up at your doorstep in a Chrysler Sedan, Mercedes Viano or Mercedes S-Class 500. From Auckland’s best shopping centres to the finest places to dine, any destination is possible.

Airport Transfer
25 – 40 minutes

Our friendly airport representative will meet you at the arrival gate. Our vehicles have plenty of room for luggage and you can relax in luxurious comfort during the scenic drive to Zen Garden.

City Transfer / City Tour

Hire our driver and vehicle to take you to any destinations within Auckland.

Recommended City Destinations

Auckland Sky Tower

Visit Australasia’s tallest building and take in the breathtaking views of Auckland. If you’re feeling brave, try the Sky Walk or the famous Sky Jump!

Tamaki Drive

This seaside road runs from St Heliers all the way to Auckland’s CBD. Along the way there are attractive beaches and cafés. A footpath and cycling track allow you to enjoy the views at your own pace.

Mt Eden & One Tree Hill

Travel to the summit of one of these volcanic cones and discover magnificent views of the city. Both mountains were once Maori pa (fort) sites.

Auckland Museum

This wonderful heritage building was recently enhanced with an atrium conceived by the same architect who designed Zen Garden. At Auckland Museum you can spend time exploring New Zealand’s natural, Maori and European history. Before or after, take a relaxing walk around the Auckland Domain and Wintergarden.

NZ National Maritime Museum

Highly acclaimed as a world-class facility, the New Zealand National Maritime Museum is a ‘must see’ attraction. Every gallery is captivating as it celebrates the remarkable achievements of early and modern-day mariners.

Auckland Art Gallery

Built in 1888, the Auckland Art Gallery is the largest art institution in New Zealand, housing a collection of more than 12,500 works. Some of the works date back to 1376. View early portraits of Maori and New Zealand landscapes. You’ll also see some wonderful examples of contemporary New Zealand art.

Parnell & Newmarket

These two inner-city suburbs offer Auckland’s premier shopping experience with an array of clothing, footwear and designer lifestyle shops. You’ll also find an excellent range of cafés and restaurants.

Kelly Tarlton’s

A wonderland of snow, ice and amazing underwater sights. Explore the wilds of Antarctica and the natural treasures of the ocean.

 

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Recommended Regional Destinations

Twilight Vineyards

Operated by the same team that manages Zen Garden, Twilight Vineyards is one of the finest boutique vineyards in Clevedon. Come and enjoy the bountiful vinescape and taste a selection of award-winning wines. You can even take a personal tour of the vineyard with the vineyard manager to discover how Twilight Vineyards grow exceptional grapes.

Clevedon Village

Perfect green pastures, beautiful scenery, friendly people and old-fashioned hospitality - these make Clevedon Valley the ideal place to experience the very best of New Zealand's genuine country charm. Meander through the vineyards, taste the delicacies, enjoy the relaxed country atmosphere, savour the views and browse the shops full of NZ made arts, crafts, knits, woodware and more.

Hunua Falls

This beautiful 30-metre waterfall is located just 15 minutes from Clevedon Village and only a short walk from the carpark. The 14,000 hectare regional park also features a range of hiking tracks, which range from 20 minutes to 3 hours in duration.

Maraetai Beach

The Maori name "Maraetai" means "meeting place by the sea". This settlement is well-named, because many families flock to this beautiful part of the Pohutukawa Coast to swim, picnic, fish, or just walk the beaches.

Howick Historical Village

An award-winning heritage attraction. Wander through Howick Historical Village and discover life as it was for Auckland's early settlers in the period 1840-1880.

 

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