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Our most recommended Auckland Segway Tours

  • Auckland: Devonport Village Segway Tour

    1. Auckland: Devonport Village Segway Tour

    Meet your instructor at the Ferry Ticket Office in the Devonport Ferry Terminal. Sign in, store any bags you want to leave behind and have a helmet fitted. Then it's out to Victoria Wharf for a safety briefing and to either refresh your Segway riding skills or learn from the beginning. Enjoy plenty of time to practice before beginning your tour. Ride around the Devonport Waterfront to enjoy the views and have more training on some gentle inclines and over some rough terrain to improve your confidence on the Segway. Pass by ancient lava flows, the local yacht club, historic taverns, buildings, and beautifully restored Victorian villas as you make your way to Cheltenham Beach. Take in the view of the Hauraki Gulf and the many islands including Rangitoto the oldest volcanic cone in the region. Glide effortlessly up the hills so you can get the spectacular views of Auckland city.

    Pauline our guide was excellent. I had never been on a Segway before but with Pauline's expert guidance we were soon whizzing about like pros. If you are ever in Auckland book yourself a tour you won't be disappointed.

  • Auckland: Segway Tour to Mount Victoria

    2. Auckland: Segway Tour to Mount Victoria

    Meet your instructor at the Ferry Ticket Office in the Devonport Ferry Terminal. Sign in, store any bags you want to leave behind and have a helmet fitted. If you haven't ridden before, do some training on various terrains which will have you confident to start the tour. Begin the tour by riding along the waterfront and the grassy slopes to practice riding over different terrain. Enjoy some free riding time in a local park before venturing through the back streets to Cambria Reserve. Cambria Reserve is the location of an old quarry now planted out to make the perfect park. At times, see trees full of the native bird, the Tui, enjoying nectar from the trees. Stop at points of interest to learn the history and local anecdotes from the tour guide.  After exploring Cambria Reserve, glide on a Segway to the summit of Mount Victoria/Takarunga, the highest volcanic cone on Auckland's North Sh...

  • Waiheke Island Bay to Beach 2-Hour Segway Tour

    3. Waiheke Island Bay to Beach 2-Hour Segway Tour

    Catch the ferry from Auckland in plenty of time to join your tour. Begin with some basic training on the grass at Matiatia Bay before heading into the native bush. Zip along to the summit of Atawai Whenua Reserve, opening out to the magnificent Cable Bay Vineyard. Wander through the olive trees and vines to marvel at some of best views on the island. Then, winding streets lead you to the beach where you can test your off-road skills and skirt around the coastline if the tides allow. Catch a glimpse of some of the rarest birdlife in New Zealand and see the old Scow shipwreck of Rahiri. Cruise past the Piritahi Marae and around the stunning headlands. Visit the romantic Mudbrick Vineyard, renowned for amazing food and striking views. Capture a group photo with the background of the stunning vineyard, coastline, and ocean. You can conclude your journey at either Mudbrick or Cable Bay viney...

    I loved the Segway tour on Waiheke Island. Our Intrustor and guide Andrew was very friendly. We had two bags of luggage, which he let us put in his van. He helped me with my helmet and I felt very safe and looked after on the tour. It was such a fun experience, I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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What people are saying about Auckland

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,214 reviews

Tam was an amazing guide, and all the wineries were absolutely beautiful. Even though it's winter it wasn't too cold and the views were still stunning. We took some great photos, found some new favourite wine, tried oyster shots, and learned a lot about wine and Waiheke (but not so much that it was overwhelming, just the right amount of lighthearted storytelling). If you're not looking to take photos of the vines (they're dormant in winter) then winter is a great time to visit and feel like you have the wineries all to yourself, it's a real experience! Thanks again to Tam and Enjoi, we had a great time

Driver from Akl to Hobbiton is very friendly & personable. As an added bonus, he is an expert at taking good pics lol. The staff are also friendly and knowledgeable. The tour itself is so magical, if your a Tolkien geek you will love it!!! A++++++++ service

All staff on our tour were friendly and very knowlegable of their surroundings.

Casual, informative and a lot of laughs. Our guide was very helpful.

Guide David was knowledgeable and shared many info with us