We realise that you are travelling with your hard-earned money and with so much to see and do in New Zealand you’ll want to allocate your pennies accordingly and get the most out of your time, so we've compiled a list of activities available in each destination we visit.
Luckily, most destinations also have some great things you can do for free!
On Stray Hop-on Hop-off activities are pay-as-you-go and you can book all Stray activities through your driver.
The prices you see below are the Recommended Retail Price (RRP), however most operators offer a special deal for Stray Passengers.
North Island Activities
Skydive Bay of Islands $329 - 399
Cathedral Cove Kayak Tour $115
Raglan Surf School Lesson $89
Kaitiaki Rafting $99 - $109
Dive Tatapouri Stingray Feeding $45
Includes: Guided tour to a sacred archaeological site to view Maori rock carvings, introduction to Murupara area, Hangi cooking demonstration, Storytelling around the fire, Hangi dinner, dessert and a continental breakfast, 1 night’s accommodation in comfortable lodge cabins and participation in a local community program (only available during school term) $89
Maori Weaving, Stick Games and Haka Lesson, Kayaking $5-10
South Island Activities
Abel Tasman Canyons $269
West Coast Brewery Tour $35
Pancake Rocks - Punakaiki (FREE)
Franz Josef Glacier Guides $75 - 499
Skydive Lake Wanaka $339 - $439
AJ Hackett Bungy $50 - $580
Gunn's Camp Invercargill - Fiordland
Real Journeys - Milford Sound Cruise $74 - 102
Stewart Island - return ferry $135