Enjoy two of Auckland's best small-group tours in one amazing day.
Your day starts at 10am with a guided walking tour of the inner-city from historic Queen Street. Your Aucky Walky guide will lead you through hidden laneways, past local cafes and street art to an early Maori fortress and a park with a military secret. Along the way you'll hear about Auckland's early Maori history and pause to enjoy refreshments at a gracious heritage hotel (as this tour includes an indulgence or two). Marvel at Auckland’s stunning Art Gallery and Suffragette Square before hopping on the locals' bus with your guide to vibrant arty uptown.
Here you'll wander through a grand arcade before a gentle stroll through a bird-filled valley returns you to upper Queen St by the Auckland Town Hall, where your guide bids you farewell or escorts you to lunch (if lunch option selected). Choose from mouth-watering fish and chips or a grilled fish salad at a popular city food lane.
Your e-Bike tour with Power to the Pedal then starts at 2pm from the centrally-located Pullman Hotel. Now you'll travel further afield, cruising through cool inner-city neighbourhoods on a fun electric bike. As well as showcasing local life, you’ll get further insights into the city’s fascinating history plus spectacular city and harbour views.
You’ll ride at a leisurely pace with frequent stops for photos, bathroom breaks and an opportunity to soak in surrounding city neighbourhoods. The majority of the ride will be on dedicated cycleways or on quiet city roads but expect some traffic. However, your experienced guide will be with you at all times.
Both tours guarantee small-groups and a personal encounter. Together you’ll get off the beaten track and explore the squares, side streets and open spaces of New Zealand’s most diverse city on foot and eBike. You’ll also receive great local advice and a load of fun memories to last a lifetime.
Booking is pending. We need to check availability with Power to the Pedal.
This tour requires a minimum booking of 2 people. Traveling alone? Please enquire here first.
Minimum age for both tours is 14 years old. This combo is also available as an exclusive private tour if desired.
LOCAL WALKS GUIDE
HIDDEN CITY LANES
ART GALLERY & TOWN HALL
OLD TOWN AUCKLAND
MAORI & SETTLER HISTORY
LOCAL BUS RIDE UPTOWN
LOCAL E-BIKE GUIDE
CITY & HARBOUR VIEWS
SMALL GROUP GUARANTEE
FULL DAY EXPERIENCE
MORNING TOUR: 10am - 12.30pm Aucky Walky city highlights walking tour - Meet outside the downtown McDonalds near the corner of Queen St and 8 Custom Street East. (There are two McDonalds on Queen Street, we meet at the downtown branch, near the construction)
LUNCH OPTION: Fish and chips or grilled fish salad at a heritage city food lane. Non-fish options available. Drinks extra.
AFTERNOON TOUR: 2pm - 4.30pm Power to the Pedal electric bike tour from the Pullman Hotel, corner Princes Street and Waterloo Quadrant.
INCLUSIONS: Walking tour includes guide, morning refreshments, local bus ride and option of lunch. Electric bike tour includes guide, helmets, bottled water, storage bag, head-phone, light rain-coat if required. Both tours provide a small group guarantee.
ACCESSIBILITY: A light to reasonable level of fitness is required. The walking tour is around 4km long including a short uphill climb and steps. The e-bike tour is around 16km long (all electric powered) and requires basic riding ability. Your guide will instruct you on how the e-bike works and enable a practice ride so you're 100% comfortable before setting out on the tour. Minimum age is 14 years old.
BRING: Proof of booking, walking shoes, a sunhat, sunscreen, rain jacket and bottled water.
WEATHER POLICY? Both tours operate rain or shine. We only cancel if severe weather is forecast.
REFUND POLICY? We understand travel plans change. If you need to postpone, we will try to book you onto another tour date. We offer a 100% refund if you cancel at least 48 hours before the time the tour is scheduled to start. If you cancel within 48 hours of scheduled departure time or miss the tour departure time, no refund is possible.