Transport New Zealand
Guest New Zealand provides travellers with a variety of modes of transport within the country. While you might choose to drive a rental car or motorhome for part of your holiday, you may want to save time by flying between some destinations, include a scenic train trip as part of your itinerary and cross Cook Strait between the North and South island on the Interislander Ferry.
Motorhomes and Rental Cars
- It's a great way to appreciate New Zealand's great outdoors at your own pace. As you travel through the country you will find many beautiful spots to pull over, take a break, boil the jug and soak up the views. Click on rental car options.
- In the evenings, excellent camping ground facilities provide you with bathrooms, camp kitchens and extras like barbeques and playgrounds. For a family, a Motorhome provides an exciting holiday option which will be remembered for years to come. Click on motorhome options.
- Air New Zealand fly between all major cities and most provincial towns in New Zealand several times each day and operate a fleet of modern and spacious aircraft. At Guest New Zealand we can make all flight bookings at a time to suit your itinerary and provide you with all ticketing and transfers details.
Ferry Transport New Zealand
- The Interislander ferry travels from central Wellington in the North to Picton in the South Island, a 92 km, 3 hour journey. Sailings are available morning, afternoon and evening and Guest New Zealand can arrange all ticketing at a time to suit your requirements.
- Ferry, flights and helicopter transfers are also arranged between Invercargill and Stewart Island by Guest New Zealand.
- The Tranzalpine Train travels daily between Christchurch and Greymouth, travelling right through the heart of the Southern Alps, a spectacular 4 and a half hour journey across the country. Travel across the fertile Canterbury plains, into the mountains and over wide braided rivers to emerge in the lush bush surrounds of Greymouth where you can collect a rental car and travel on down to the Glaciers or north to Punakaiki and Nelson.
- The TranzCoastal train journey departs Picton and Christchurch daily. This 5 and a half journey is a scenic feast of New Zealand, with the Kaikoura mountain ranges on one side of your train and the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline on the other. Along the way you pass though the village of Kaikoura where you can choose to break your journey, stay a night or two and go whale watching or swimming with the dolphins.