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"Thank you Luis, for a great day. For all of you that are reading this, Luis was there to pick us up, took us to wherever we wanted to go with great suggestions for various scenic locations around Dunedin. He was very accommodating, had good local knowledge, great new vehicle and such a lovely guy who even took fabulous photos of our group, We thoroughly recommend Dunedin Private Tours!"
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Larnach Castle & Dunedin Sightseeing Tour

Dunedin Private Tours is the best way to visit and explore New Zealand’s only castle in Dunedin which was built in 1871. Larnach Castle is a mock castle on the ridge of the Otago Peninsula within the limits of the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, close to the small settlement of Pukehiki. It is one of a few houses of this scale in New Zealand. The house was built by the prominent entrepreneur and politician, William Larnach.

Moeraki Boulders & Dunedin Sightseeing Tour

The Moeraki Boulders are a group of large spherical “stones” on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s Otago coast. These boulders are actually concretions that have been exposed through shoreline erosion from coastal cliffs. Even today, there are still boulders remaining in the mudstone that will, eventually, fall on to the beach as they come lose due to erosion!

Royal Albatross, Larnach Castle & Otago Peninsula Tour

‘Meet the monarchs of the sky…Dunedin’s icon With a wingspan of more than three meters, the Royal Albatross is the world’s largest flying seabird. These aerial giants spend most of their lives at sea and usually breed on remote islands.

Olveston Historic Home & Dunedin Sightseeing Tour

Olveston was built for Dunedin businessman, collector and philanthropist David Theomin, his wife Marie and their two children Edward and Dorothy. Designed by acclaimed English architect Sir Ernest George, Olveston was built as a family home furnished with fine art, furniture and artefacts purchased from all around the world.

Yellow Eyed Penguin is the fourth largest in the world

Native species to New Zealand the Yellow Eyed Penguin is also the world’s rarest penguin with a continuing decreasing population. The lifespan for the Yellow Eyed penguins is approximately 8 years though they can live up to 25 years in the wild (males tend to live up to twice as long as females).

We are currently offering up to 30% discount on all tours.

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