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Top Travel Experiences from our Passengers

Posted by Guest Contributer on 13 March 2019

Our mates the Roadrebelz spent 2 months travelling extensively across our bus network.

They have embraced the unexpected moments that happened along the way, from bungy jumping to jet boating, swimming with Dolphins and climbing some of New Zealand's biggest mountains. We asked them to share their highlights of the two months they spent on the road with us, to inspire our future passengers to get the most out of their time in our beautiful country.

 

The Roadrebelz travelled on our National Pass the Whole Kit & Caboodle Pass which includes our Funky Chicken base loop pass with add on Bay of Islands, Milford Sound and Deep South. They travelled from Paihia in the North to Stewart Island in the South over a two-month adventure. 

 

Other favourites from our mates the Roadrebelz 

North Island Highlights

South Island Highlights

Free Activities

 

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The Roadrebelz AKA Ard and Arwin are two cousins from the Netherlands travelling around the world making videos of their adventures. With their unique sense of adventure, they discover and showcase the most beautiful places on this globe in their own, sometimes funny, way. They show the realistic, behind the scenes of life on the road - with all its flaws and glitters.

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