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A wonderful half day film locations experience with your own expert guide in a small group. The tour runs for half a day and takes you to the filming locations for Rivendell where Frodo recovered from his knife attack; the Anduin River where Aragorn was washed ashore after the attack of the Wargs; the Gardens of Isengard, the site of the Orcs Felling the Trees and where Gandalf rode to see Saruman; go to the Mount Victoria lookout and Hobbiton Woods where you can race to the Ferry and get off the Road; Buckland Forest where the Hobbits hid from the Nazgul/Black Riders and where they found the mushrooms on the Road; Dunharrow Rohirrim encampment; visit the quarry for the filming of Helms Deep, the fortified ravine in Rohan and Minas Tirith.

This entertaining journey of discovery through the Wellington region takes in all the sites of Middle Earth Half-day Tour at a more relaxed pace. This full-day tour also includes lunch and even more exotic film locations.

Visit the Wellington film locations used for the Shire, the Gardens of Isengard, the River Anduin, Helm's Deep and Minas Tirith, and where the hobbits raced to the ferry and hid from the Nazgul. Be spellbound at the site of Lothlorien - the majestic Fernside Lodge. In 2000 Fernside's lake was transformed into part of Lothlorien, and then to the Gladden fields. Fernside's white bridge remains as a reminder of the bridge of Lothlorien. Explore Rivendell and the riverside spot where Aragorn was washed ashore. We also visit Miramar, home to the production studios and to many of the stars while they were filming and the new Weta Cave with souvenirs and a virtual tour of Weta Workshop. Groups are small (typically 6 guests) and personal.

An unforgettable journey around the city's dramatic highlights where guests will travel around the earthquake-scarred South Coast to see the site of the Wahine ferry disaster and the distant ranges of the South Island, overlooked by coastal houses perched on the steep, rocky hills.

Enjoy views of the harbour from the top of Mount Victoria and ride the steep cable car up to an incredible, far-reaching panorama. Visit the magnificent Parliament buildings and the famous Beehive and see the gorgeous, timber-built Old St Paul's cathedral.

Visit the national museum of Te Papa and experience the extraordinary mix of Maori and European history amid the nation's natural and cultural treasures. Groups are small (typically 6 guests) and personal.

Escape on an all-inclusive guided gourmet wine tour of the award winning Martinborough wine region and let your taste buds do the work. Just over an hour from the capital, depart Wellington by train for a scenic journey with stunning views of Wellington harbour and the Wairarapa Valley. Visit 4 boutique Martinborough vineyards and meet some of the families behind them. Enjoy wine tastings throughout the day, antipasto lunch at the delightful Village Café.

Your guide will meet you at your city hotel and drive you through the picturesque Hutt Valley, over the impressive Rimutaka Hills and into sunny Martinborough. The journey to the Martinborough vineyards takes approximately 1.5 hours from Wellington city. You will have the opportunity to stop along the way to enjoy the charming countryside and lovely scenery.

In the heart of the Wairarapa wine region between a rugged coastline and bush clad hills, are Martinborough's boutique wineries, internationally renowned for Pinot Noir. This personal tour includes tastings at award-winning boutique wineries, such as Murdoch James, Te Kairanga, Palliser, Muirlea Rise, Tirohanga, Alana Estate and Martinborough, an opportunity to talk with local winemakers, a superb bistro lunch at a vineyard and the option of visiting a boutique brewery or olive processing estate.

Travel alongside beautiful Wellington Harbour past the Pauatahanui inlet to famous Battle Hill Farm (scene of final British/Maori wars). Enjoy panoramic views including Kapiti Island (nature reserve) from the summit of Paekakariki Hill.

Stop for refreshments at Ruth Pretty (Master Chef) Kitchen and shop. On to the town of Otaki and visit Rangiatea Historic Church.

Next a stroll through popular outlet shops before your kiwi bird experience at Waikanae's Nga Manu Wildlife sanctuary. Lunch with us at a beach café. Then it is on to the world famous Southward Car Museum (over 400 exhibits.) Finish the day by sampling Kapiti Cheeses and Ice creams followed by locally made chocolates and liqueurs.

Discover Wellington's extraordinary natural features and contrasts. Stroll along the beautiful waterfront, hearing Maori legends of the sea monsters, or Taniwha, who once inhabited the harbour's mysterious depths, and of the legendary warrior who landed his canoe on the Wellington shore.

Take a four-wheel-drive journey to the Seal Coast, across a live tectonic fault line and around craggy headlands to visit a colony of fur seals living on the spectacular rocky coast and enjoy a delicious outdoor picnic with spectacular views. Take a guided tour though New Zealand bush on the fringes of the city, where endangered birds including the kaka, kiwi, saddleback and bellbird are regenerating in the native forest. Walk along safe bush trails among the giants of the forest, while learning traditional bush lore.

Take a half-day to explore the countryside north of Wellington. Drive up the coast to the picturesque seaside resort of Plimmerton, and then continue on the coastal highway to the Nyco Chocolate Factory to taste gourmet delights, stop off at Lindale Farm for free Kapiti cheese samples, or try the original homemade ice cream and take optional farm walks (own cost).

Head to Southward Vintage Car Museum, where you'll see rarities including Marlene Dietrich's Cadillac and a Chicago gangster's armour-plated limo. Return to Wellington via the Paekakariki Hill summit for spectacular views of Kapiti Island and the South Island. Enjoy endless rural and coastal views.

Travel along Hutt River, AKA The Lord of the Rings Great River Anduin, which in movie lore flows through Middle Earth between the Misty Mountains and Mirkwood. Stop at Hobbiton Woods located on Mount Victoria, and offering spectacular 360-degree views of Wellington's harbor and hills. Also visit Helms Deep, where the Orcs battled King Theodore of Rohan to overtake his stronghold. And, discover the Elvin home of Rivendell, where Frodo recovered from the powerful Ring Wraiths' attack.

In addition to the film sites, you'll travel over the magnificent Rimutaka Hill and Tararua Ranges, through charming local villages, and stop for wine tasting of world renowned wines in Martinborough. Before returning to Wellington, cruise along rugged and unspoilt Palliser Bay, and enjoy unique and personal encounters with the largest fur seal colony in the North Island. Lunch is included

Las onduladas colinas y las espectaculares obras arquitectónicas de Wellington ocupan un lugar privilegiado en esta visita guiada. Conoce las atracciones de visita obligada, incluidos los edificios del parlamento y la antigua catedral, el más exquisito ejemplo de arquitectura neogótica en todo el hemisferio sur.

Acércate hasta los edificios del parlamento y el edificio Beehive, una icónica obra moderna que debe su nombre a su diseño en forma de colmena. Viaja atrás en el tiempo al adentrarte en la zona arbolada de Thorndon y ver la antigua catedral de San Pablo, un templo de madera que parece sacado de una postal y que posee en su interior una colorida exhibición de banderas y enseñas militares.

Pocas ciudades en el mundo gozan de un entorno natural tan bello como Wellington, situada en el extremo sur de la isla Norte, rodeada por una espectacular bahía que los maorís llaman ''el gran puerto de Tara''. Dirígete al paradisíaco Lady Norwood Rose Garden y disfruta de unas vistas espectaculares de la ciudad desde la cima del monte Victoria, que sirvió de escenario para las películas de El señor de los Anillos.

De vuelta al centro conduciremos a lo largo de toda la costa del puerto. Subiremos al emblemático teleférico, que va desde la calle comercial hasta el pintoresco barrio de Kelburn. Si bien es una actividad opcional, sin duda merece la pena. La excursión por la tarde incluye una visita a la Weta Cave, donde fueron diseñados y elaborados numerosos decorados y esculturas que aparecieron en muchas de las películas más famosas, entre ellas la trilogía del Señor de los Anillos. Esta excursión breve pero informativa es una fantástica presentación de la ciudad.

The full day Lord of the Rings locations tour is a must for any fan visiting Wellington. Starting on Mount Victoria with a visit to the lookout then onto locations used in the trilogy like the Outer Shire, Hobbiton Woods and Dunharrow. Then out to the Hutt Valley to Kaitoke Regional Park, the location of Rivendell. Along the way visiting Isengard, Fords of Isen, the River Anduin and see where Helms Deep and Minas Tirith were filmed. The tour also includes an Orc sized picnic lunch or cafe lunch plus a visit to the Weta Cave, where many of the props used in the movies were designed and made.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 147,64 €

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