The 2019 Stray Travel Guide is HERE!

Hot off the presses, the brand spanking new 2019 Stray New Zealand Travel Guide has landed!

Get the scoop on the 2018-19 route updates and heaps of info about Stray’s awesome destinations and best activity options. PLUS, all the NZ history, geography, top tips and fun facts that you need to make your trip to New Zealand the best ever!

Travel Guide magazines are stocked at our overnight stops in Hahei on the North Island and Abel Tasman on the South Island, or ask your Driver Guide where you can get your hands on one.

If you’re keen as a bean, you can also pick up a copy from the Auckland Travel Shop on Fort Street or check out the online version here (also available for download):

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Tara

Originally from Birmingham, UK. Favourite Stray stop: Tongariro National Park. Fun fact: she has done every Bungy Jump in New Zealand.

South Island experience

Explore the best the South Island has to offer. See the highlights on a Stray Tour and lots of the hidden gems. See more. Do more. That's what Stray is all about.

Explore all of New Zealand

Explore the North and South Island on a Stray Tour. Hike some of NZ's best tracks and kayak at sunrise to name a few of the amazing things you will see and do.

See the North Island

Hop on the Stray Tour that will take you from Auckland to Wellington. But there's more. It will take you to all the amazing things to do & see in between.

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