New Zealand tours in July 2024

No hibernation here! There's plenty to do in New Zealand in July

July is officially the coldest month in New Zealand which makes it a dream for skiers, snowboarders and hot spring lovers. Our local leaders know where to find the best runs and freshest powder, so strap in and get ready to shred the snow fields at Mt Hutt, Ohau, Treble Cone, The Remarkables, Cardrona and Coronet Peak. If you need to rest your legs, New Zealand has plenty of renowned eateries to chill and grab a bite while you soak in the magnificent views of the nearby snow-covered mountains.

July reviews

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Ski New Zealand: 8 Day Snow Safari (Queenstown to Christchurch)

Deborah · Traveled July 2023
This was an amazing tour. The tour leader was informed and had expertise in snow skiing and snow boarding which was vital, as well as local knowledge which made for connectivity. We visited the most notable snow fields between Queenstown and Christchurch with guidance that promoted confidence, safety and security. The tour leader managed to mesh the range of age groups that were present on the tour in a way that promoted acceptance and inclusion among all- unforgettable!!! :)
Review submitted 02 Aug 2023

New Zealand Amplified (Southbound)

Rebecca · Traveled July 2022
I did the NZ Amplified (Southbound) 17 day tour - the best experience and tour I've done; knowledge and super friendly guides and group; extreme sports and activities to do along the way. Highly recommend.
Review submitted 29 Jul 2022
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