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Haka Tours 04-11-2010 11:55 PM

New Zealand Snow Tours - Discount to Snowboarding Forum Customers
 
Hey Everyone,

It is getting heaps colder here in New Zealand and winter is fast approaching!

We operate New Zealand's best snow tour where we ride 6 of the best mountains New Zealand has to offer over 7 days. We have been running them for a few years now and we get some awesome feedback and stoked customers.

Our tours start from $1,799 NZD ($1,352 AUD, $1,422 UDS) and includes: 6 nights accommodation, 6 x all access lift passes, transport and transfers, experienced tour manager, breakfast. You can add brand new hire gear for the week for $100 NZD / $71 USD.

The only elements not included are your flights to Christchurch, New Zealand as well as your lunch and dinner.

Tours start late June and end early October.

You can read more info about the trip here:

http://www.hakatours.com/haka-tours/...nd-snow-safari

As a special offer to everyone who is a member of the site, we can pass you a 10% discount. Just e-mail us before booking.:D

Cheers - Ryan
Haka Tours
New Zealand Adventure Tours and Travel, Discounted Activities and Guided NZ Snow Holidays - Haka Tours

Adam C 04-12-2010 12:32 AM

If only I had the money :(

killclimbz 04-12-2010 08:39 AM

Wow, this is a pretty damn fine offer to members.

I did a little research and these guys seem very legit. I am going to sticky this in the locations section so it doesn't slip away. A great offer for those in the Northern Hemi who are thinking about hitting up the Southern Hemi for some summer (at least where they come from) shredding.

Haka Tours 04-13-2010 09:56 PM

Cheers mate for adding to the locations section - that's awesome! Ryan

Snowman26 04-14-2010 12:59 AM

ive always wanted to travel but im a broke ass college student. i dont think its gonna happen anytime soon :(

nzboardlife 04-14-2010 01:32 AM

im a broke ass college student and i just snowboarded in india for 3 months, save some cash boi

Cavman 04-14-2010 03:34 AM

India.... Now there is an undiscovered adventure. I saw a doco on that .... Lots of Powder, HUGE mountains and hardly anyone there.

nzboardlife 04-14-2010 04:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cavman (Post 284672)
India.... Now there is an undiscovered adventure. I saw a doco on that .... Lots of Powder, HUGE mountains and hardly anyone there.

yeppp

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/tri...ropaganda.html

Reede 04-14-2010 06:05 AM

Me and my mates did a NZ trip last year because it costs us Aussies about the same to fly to NZ, hire a car and board there than it does to spend a week at the catastrophically overpriced Australian resorts.

Ive boarded in Australia, Japan and NZ now and they are all fairly unique experiences. The resorts in NZ are quite small and their lifts suck (slow as hell and old) and can have epic lines at times (I went to Cardrona, Remarks and Coronet). But given how huge their mountain ranges are, if you are game for it then i've got a feeling their backcountry and heli boarding tours would be pretty epic.

I will go back to NZ one day, probably not this year but the scenery there is so utterly spectacular that almost sells it on its own. The people there are awesome in a wacky kind of way as well. Kiwi humour is something us Aussies appreciate but Americans sometimes don't, which just makes it funnier imo.

jimster716 04-29-2010 11:31 PM

PM Sent.

Definitely interested.


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