New Zealand


18 days



Difficulty level

New Zealand


4600 km/2850 mi


New Zealand – Aotearoa

Welcome to an extraordinary adventure tour in New Zealand, a prime destination for global travelers. Boasting a plethora of attractions, New Zealand caters to both thrill-seekers and those seeking to immerse themselves in the natural marvels of this stunning country.

Embark on a journey like no other, exploring the wonders of New Zealand from the seat of your favorite car or motorcycle. Brace yourself for a breathtaking ride along superb roads, traversing the awe-inspiring landscapes that define this beautiful nation. The tour is meticulously curated to include unique attractions and showcase natural scenery that surpasses imagination until witnessed firsthand. Prepare for the adventure of a lifetime as we navigate New Zealand’s finest motorcycle routes, ensuring you experience all the wonders this tour has to offer.


  • Motorcycle/Car rental w/unlimited milage
  • Shared room in biker-friendly hotels/motels (+ 3 stars)
  • 1st choice of vehicle model class
  • Fuel on group riding days
  • Welcome meeting
  • Entrance fees National parks
  • Transport to the rental company
  • Half shell helmet
  • Multi-lingual Tour leader
  • Tour leader on MC in front of cortege
  • Support van with your luggage (min. 10 bikes)
  • Loss Damage Waiver
  • Tour PDF w/route description
  • State min.SLI Insurance
  • Pictures from the tour


  • Airfare*
  • Optional attractions
  • Food and beverages
  • Anything not listed in “Included” above

*NOTE: Tour dates are subject to change. Kindly verify that your tour is scheduled on the preferred date before making flight arrangements.

“At JoyRides Tours, we understand that good experiences and camaraderie are as crucial as the tour itself. Our objective is to enrich your tour bag with a plethora of positive memories, ensuring you return home with a radiant smile on your face and newfound friendships that began with the commencement of your adventure tour.”

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