We provide eco tours to most parts of New Zealand depending on your interests and what you would like to see and experience. We have complimentary pickup from Auckland airport and then you are on your trail of discovery. On our tours you will get up close and personal with local wildlife, see the conservation work being carried out at many of our nature centres dotted around the country and observe creatures that can be found nowhere else in the world. You can plant a tree and do your bit towards establishing an ecosystem that existed in New Zealand before human settlement.
Starr Tours provides real experience eco tours that you will remember for a lifetime.
You can have the real kiwi experience and learn about the settlers and what they went through to carve out a foothold in the rugged and wild country. See some of the early settlements, walk through forests with trees thousands of years in the making, the great Kauri timbers of Northland, or marvel at the alpine flora and fauna in the Southern Alps while embrassing the breathtaking views of the Southern Lakes.
The hot and steamy thermal environment of active hot pools and geysers around Rotorua contrast the gentle farmland, native bush and the grandeur of the mighty Southern Alps region.
You can help protect and enhance the natural environment through learning about the impact settlers have had onNew Zealand. Wander through some of the original settlements and see man's impact on the land.
After a checkered history as the base of Te Rauparaha (the “Maori Napoleon”) for his many military campaigns, the seven subsequent whaling stations, and a period in which it was farmed, it is now an internationally renowned wild life reserve administered by DOC since 1977. Learn all about the journey to help save New Zealand’s kiwis, fauna, flora and other native birds.
On this 3 day tour you will journey across 3 locations – Hamilton, Paraparaumu, and Kapiti Island - all providing you with the opportunity to experience something different.
From viewing National Parks snow covered volcanoes, pine forests, hydro lakes, and lakeside settlements, to closely encountering a number of endangered species while learning about them and their friends at the same time.