- Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula shore excursion
- Admire views of Cape Saunders along the Otago Peninsula
- Visit the leafy residential neighborhood of St Clair and stop for light refreshments in the village of Brighton
- Small-group tour limited to 19 ensures a more personalized experience
- Choice of morning and afternoon tours
- Covered by Viator’s worry-free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
The Otago Peninsula has some of New Zealand's most accessible wildlife, rugged countryside, beautiful beaches and interesting historic sites. This comprehensive shore excursion will take you on a journey that showcases the regions natural beauty and the laid-back charm of Dunedin.
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The tour was well worthwhile and was good value for money. The tour guide was friendly and informative.
This tour was wonderful. We covered a lot of territory, saw some magnificent views and other sights including Allan Beach. Our only negative was the vehicle as it was older, noisy, and difficult to climb into and out of. Our driver guide Les was excellent, but often we had difficulty hearing him over the car noise.
Had a great day with a friendly a guide who was a wealth of infomation.
Although it rained for part of the day we really enjoyed this adventure.
Another excellent tour.
Fantastic tour. Great. Definitely would recommend it to my friends.
Dunedin was our most enjoyable tour in New Zealand.
Beautiful tour and the stop to see the sea lions was awesome.
My husband and I went on this tour and both loved it. The commentary was excellent from our driver.
This tour was a great way to get a good overview of Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula. For those who don't like to sit on a bus all day, this was just about the right amount of time. We would both recommend this tour to anyone visiting Dunedin.
Beautiful views - great tour of Dunedin and the Otago Peninsula
Met up with our guide, Mark, of Back to Nature Tours for 10:00 AM tour departure with about 20 people. Mark was hugely informative about New Zealand and Mauri history but also extremely knowledgeable about the wildlife. Stopped at the first university in New Zealand University of Otago, the railway station and New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame in a beautiful, historic, building, Baldwin Street which is the worlds steepest street was one stop and yes the street is very steep 45 degree slope for 350 meters. Climbed by van up the mountain and along the Otago Peninsula for some magnificent panoramic views of the harbor. Finally, up and down a narrow, windy, road to a gravel road where Mark pointed out numerous birds until we got to Allan Beach a 5- minute walk along a trail from the van park. The beach is about a mile long on the Pacific. A stunning view with cliffs, large waves crashing in. The highlight were the 600 800 pound Sea Lines just lying on the beach.
Great tour. I highly recommend.