Small-Group Tour of Dunedin City
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Stop At: Signal Hill Road, Dunedin New Zealand
Great View of Dunedin at 393m above sea-level
Duration: 7 minutes
Stop At: Baldwin Street: The Steepest Street in the World, Baldwin Street, Dunedin 9010 New Zealand
The steepest residential street in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records
Duration: 7 minutes
Stop At: Dunedin Railway Station, Dunedin New Zealand
Enjoy arguably the finest building in NZ
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Otago Peninsula, Dunedin New Zealand
After enjoying some of the highlights of the city you'll head out onto the majestic Otago Peninsula and explore the remote parts of this unique headland
Duration: 1 hour
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Cruise Ship pier pickup and drop-off
- Local taxes
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infant seats available
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 16 travelers
Great half day trip. Enough time to get lay of the land and highlights of Dunedin before spending doing own thing.
A great excursion beautiful scenery and wildlife with a highly experienced guide. I would thoroughly recommend this tour
The shuttle was late in arriving due to a traffic jam which was of some concern as our time was limited, but the driver got us back to the ship at the designated time. The driver took us to a lot of interesting and picturesque places, some of which we didn't expect and he was very informative in a pleasant way. Kudos!
Quite an extensive tour of Dunedin. The driver/guide seemed to be very knowledgeable and had a good sense of humour. We were driven in a small 8 seater bus and made stops at many places of interest. I highly recommend the railway station the architecture is spectacular and it boasts one of the longest platforms in the world. The Otago university is also something to see. There are plenty of stops for photo shoots which are reasonably unhurried. We were picked up from the port as we were travelling on the Ovation of the seas. We were given the choice of being returned to the ship or doing our own exploring. We chose the latter and caught the free shuttle back to the ship. All in all very comprehensive and educational. Dunedin is a beautiful city and very Scottish in it's architecture. There is even a bronze statue of the poet Robbie Burns in the centre of the main shopping area, The Octagon,so named for obvious reasons.
Our tour guide Chris was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. He brought every place we visited to life with his enthusiasm and knowledge. It was a great way to explore the area and see the sights in a short space of time. Highly recommended.