This is our news stream with the latest travel information and updates for international travellers on our MoaTrek New Zealand Small Group tours for 2020 and beyond. For anyone booked on our tours with specific questions please get in touch with our team directly.


24 June 2020 - MoaTrek Travel Update

We are looking forward to welcoming you back when our borders open up again with no restrictions. New Zealand's response to the pandemic is among the most successful in the world and to keep our community safe everyone arriving here must go into managed isolation or quarantine for 14 days. Although this situation is fluid, it’s difficult to make plans for the immediate future but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a holiday to look forward to. Many guests are choosing to travel in our 21/22 season and all our departure dates until April 2022 are on our website. We can also book 22/23 tours, please contact us for details. If you have a booking in place for the 20/21 season, please be assured we are continuing to monitor the situation and will be in touch when we have further information.

We’ve been here since 1971 and are very proud to have delivered amazing New Zealand travel experiences and memories for thousands of people throughout the decades. As a generational family business we are well established as a small group tour operator in both the international and domestic markets. Right now while global travel is on hold our team is focused on operating our well-known brand of unique regional tours (MoaTours) for Kiwis, our locals, who are making plans to discover with us our country’s special places.

One thing we are sure of is that when our borders reopen the sooner you can come to visit us the better. It will be a fantastic opportunity to relax and enjoy everything we have to offer with wide, open spaces and our renowned beauty spots almost completely to yourselves.

Thank you for your understanding in these unprecedented times. We look forward to welcoming you to a refreshed and almost untouched New Zealand.

Ena from MoaTrek by Lake Wakatipu