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Amazing Luxury and Adventure Packages on Waiheke Island

New Tour Company Enjoi Waiheke Creates
Amazing Luxury and Adventure Packages on Waiheke Island

Summary: Enjoi Waiheke offers huge range of affordable adventures on Waiheke Island

(September 10, 2014) – If the newly opened Waiheke tour company Enjoi Waiheke doesn’t have an activity listed, it probably doesn’t exist on the island. The company takes pride in offering some of the most competitive tour rates while also bringing new meaning to the term “full range” – interested in wine tasting, zip lining, fishing or tours via boat, helicopter and sea plane? Or any mix and match all-of-the-above combination? Maybe a wine tour in the morning with a gourmet lunch and then an afternoon fishing trip? How about starting the day zip lining through the emerald grandeur of Waiheke’s native wilderness, then a guided hike and later a tour of three vineyards? Enjoi Waiheke handles all the details of timing and transportation in fully air conditioned luxury mini buses.

“Our tour packages offer great combinations of activities so our customers can create their most memorable trips imaginable,” said Sheree Tucker, Founding Director of Enjoi Waiheke. “They range from just a couple hours to two days, so we can accommodate any length of itinerary and any size of group.”

The tours are not just for individuals, couples or small groups. Enjoi Waiheke is happy to tailor a tour to for parties and large groups. It’s a great opportunity for corporations looking to build bonds with their employees through a memorable day tasting award-winning wines and specialty foods. The tours are also perfect for hens & stag parties, fishing lovers, people looking at scenic flights over the Hauraki Gulf.

Customer testimonials are resoundingly positive, as this one from Clinton Candy – “The Enjoi Waiheke Tours are Amazing! We had the best time with informative and interesting tours and tastings around the Vineyards of Waiheke. We went to the best beaches, and lookout points right on sunset, just spectacular! The people were great and the crew were awesome! 10/10 guys. I can't wait to come back and do more! And special thanks for getting us where we needed to be on time! No easy task when we were doing so much and so many of us! Epic Day!”

To find out more information about Enjoi Waiheke and its tours, visit their website at



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