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Peninsula Wildlife Tours

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Great cruise followed by penguin sanctuary

The cruise took us close to fur seals, albatross and other birds. It was fantastic to see Albatross... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2016
London, United Kingdom
Cruise ship tours fully booked.

If you find yourselves unable to book a shore tour on your cruise ship when in Dunedin, no problem... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2015
Thames Ditton, United Kingdom
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23 Feb 2017
“Great Small Group Trip But Guide/Van Needs Service Update”
3 Apr 2016
“Great cruise followed by penguin sanctuary”
visiting the home of the Yellow eyed Penguin, New Zealand Fur Seals, Sea lions, Cormorants, the Little Blue Penguins, in their natural habitat. As part of your tour you will travel on an eight wheel drive all terrain vehicle for an exhilarating...more
41a Victoria Road | St Kilda, Dunedin 9012, New Zealand
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Reviewed 23 February 2017

There were so many joys on this full day tour of Dunedin and the Otago Wildlife Peninsula with Back to Nature Tours. Highlights were a visit to the Penquin Preserve, city sites all around Dunedin, visit to Taiaroa Head in hopes of seeing an albatross,...More

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Reviewed 3 April 2016

The cruise took us close to fur seals, albatross and other birds. It was fantastic to see Albatross so close, sitting on the water as well as majestically gliding over the waves. After the cruise we went to the Yellow Eyed Penguin sanctuary. We were...More

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Reviewed 28 April 2015

If you find yourselves unable to book a shore tour on your cruise ship when in Dunedin, no problem. Go in to town to the tourist office and ask for Peninsula Wildlife tours. Allan took us to see the sea lions and the hard to...More

Thank Mickyt-Taylor
Reviewed 8 March 2015

Fantastic trip! We had a group over from the UK, including a four-year-old, and they enjoyed every minute. Beautiful views, lots of fur seals and penguins, and a very special treat - an elephant seal! Sharon was knowledgeable and enthusiastic and we enjoyed the little...More

Thank KateSears
Reviewed 13 February 2015 via mobile

If you are visiting Dunedin and want to do the Peninsula Wildlife tour you must do it with Allan MacKenzie. Allan is very knowledgeable of the area really friendly and he is all about giving his customers the best time possibly. As we were a...More

Thank Kay A
Reviewed 9 February 2015 via mobile

One awesome place to visit while you are in Dunedin. Fabulous tour by Peninsula Wildlife. It's a must to do.

Reviewed 24 November 2014

I don't know why there are only two reviews of this great tour. It was a highlight of our trip to New Zealand. We booked at the Tourist Office in downtown Dunedin. We were driven about an hour outside the city, past beautiful scenery with...More

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Reviewed 11 November 2014

Was an awesome outing for my first family holiday with my partner and two young, special needs children. Transport was provided, the kids got to be up close and personal with nature and animals they could never otherwise see. The boys were well catered for,...More

Thank Kaza01
Reviewed 8 November 2014 via mobile

From the moment we settled in Dunedin for our special convention, owners of Peninsula Wildlife Tours and Camp Shop took our worries away. They provided all our transport to and from our venue (all 3 days) and always ready, never late. No ask was too...More

Thank Lily S
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