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Classic Two Hour Electric Tuk-Tuk Private Heritage and Cultural Tour

Highlights
  • Travel around Auckland on an electric tuk-tuk for a unique way to explore the city
  • Enjoy a private experience
  • Tour limited to three people per TukTuk
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Classic Two Hour Electric Tuk-Tuk Private Heritage and Cultural Tour
From US$91.23
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2-Hour "Classic" 11.00amMost Popular
Classic tour will introduce you to the best iconic must-see Auckland sights connecting you to our Māori and European history,includes opportunities to exit Tuk(s) & walk around these premier locations
From US$91.23
2-Hour "Classic" 9.00am
Classic tour will introduce you to the best iconic must-see Auckland sights connecting you to our Māori and European history,includes opportunities to exit Tuk(s) & walk around these premier locations
From US$91.23
2-Hour "Classic" 1.00pm
Classic tour will introduce you to the best iconic must-see Auckland sights connecting you to our Māori and European history,includes opportunities to exit Tuk(s) & walk around these premier locations
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Overview
Discover Auckland in a fun way on a 1- or 2-hour private tour by tuk-tuk. You'll see the sights of the city as you travel aboard an eco-friendly electric tuk-tuk, checking out open spaces such as the Auckland Domain, Judges Bay, and the Parnell Rose Gardens. On the classic 2-hour tour you can get out of the tuk-tuk to walk around a bit; on the 1-hour sprint tour, you'll stay in the tuk-tuk.
What to Expect

The Kiwi Tuk Tuk “Classic” tours will introduce and acquaint you to the best iconic inner city must-see sights Auckland City has to offer with its intriguing rich Māori and European history that will leave you spell bound.
You will get a polished insight into how this wonderful city emerged from a narrow volcanic isthmus to become a bustling, vibrant city on the edge of the world. 
Auckland City is traditionally known as Tāmaki-makau-rau (Tāmaki of a hundred lovers), referring to the desirable, fertile site at the hub of a network of waterways.
Our local private tours guides are very passionate about our city and you will get to experience intimately firsthand just what makes Auckland’s point of difference to the world, complete with full live audio commentary and tangible heritage images that will further connect you to the rich Māori and European history in a fun and meaningful way.

 You can acquaint yourself with:

  • Auckland’s Original Waterfront and what it used to be 
  • Britomart Precinct where the most premiere retail outlets reside 
  • Journey through Auckland’s oldest inner-city street complete with their quirky lanes and boutique retail outlets 
  • The Auckland Domain – Auckland most premier open space 
  • Judges Bay- Auckland’s last inner-city bay that has not been destroyed 
  • Parnell Rose Gardens with over 200 different varieties of Roses 
  • Westhaven Promenade and mariner, the largest in Australasia 
  • The Auckland Harbour Bridge and Upper Waitemata Harbour 
  • Premiere “vibrant” open spaces 
  • One of Auckland's oldest volcanic tuff rings 
  • St Stephens Chapel, one of Auckland oldest cemeteries and get to walk around the outskirts of this historic chapel complete with magnificent views to our beautiful Waitemata Harbour 
  • View Auckland’s best Iconic “Heritage protected Buildings” 
  • Indulge the “senses” and Encounter “Public contemporary Art” along the way complete with full audio commentary
  • Travel around one of Auckland’s oldest volcanoes and ancient Māori settlement sites
  • View Auckland’s best Iconic “Heritage protected Buildings”
  • Indulge the “senses” and Encounter “Public contemporary Art” along the way complete with full audio commentary.

Includes free pickup/drop offs from your Hotel or confirmed location within the Auckland central business district.

This is our premier tour option that will connect and transport you around inner city Auckland in a very unique, fun and quirky way, so book now !! you won’t be disappointed.

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Reviews (6)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Informative tour

I booked the 2 hour Auckland city tour with Kiwi Tuk Tuk. This tour was meant to have a number of stops to get out and explore, but due to terrible Auckland weather, there were limited times to get out of the tuk tuk. Visibility...More

Thank JacquiC449
Reviewed 18 June 2018 via mobile
Great tour

We were picked up very promptly at our hotel. Our driver Wayne was very pleasant and friendly. We did a tour of lots of sights which we hadn’t seen before. It was lovely and informative and a great afternoon. Wayne was able to cater for...More

1  Thank beadaluscious
Reviewed 30 May 2018
the tuktuk tour turned a rainy day into a great day!

We arrived by CruiseShip to Auckland at the beginning of April on a very rainy day and saw the tuktuk at the pier and decided to try it. This was the best decision. We had a great tour with a great guide, Jeff. If you...More

Thank MikeSylvaine
Reviewed 24 May 2018
Must-Do Tour in Auckland!

We went on this tour with Jeff and he was absolutely awesome! We learned so much about the city's rich Maori history and the different neighborhoods/areas that we didn't read about before arriving to Auckland. We also made stops along the way and Jeff was...More

Thank ImaniR1234
Reviewed 11 May 2018
Just Do it. Its wonderful.

A great way to explore Auckland with Tuk Tuk tours. Jeff was so friendly and lively person. We highly recommend this activity for everyone. The tour was very much worth and just made our day. Thank you Jeff.

Thank lavanyagowda06
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