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Solo grandmother wants to go to New Zealand

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Who has suggestions for a tour company? I have been reading and googling trying to identify the best ways - for me - to see New Zealand. I avoid group travel if possible. If I were traveling with someone else I would want a self-drive trip. But I will be alone. Often travel solo. When in a group, it must be a small group. I have used OAT before - but want to explore other options. I have searched for NZ travel group tours but find nothing that gives me confidence which would be good. I looked at Relaxing Journeys, but read bad reviews about their accompanied coach trips - e.g. small group busses all arriving at the same place, same time. I am active for my age but will not be doing any rock-climbing. Don't need high end hotels, do need top notch guides. Please hurry with your ideas - I am not getting any younger. ��

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