Waitomo Caves Glowworm Extravaganza

DISCOVER A WORLD AWAY FROM THE EVERYDAY – Undulating green fields, tumbling waterfalls, spectacular rural vistas and, of course, its world renowned limestone formations, cave systems and GLOWWORMS make Waitomo a destination like no other.

Ruakuri Cave Tour (8 Hours)

The Ruakuri Cave, Waitomo

The Ruakuri Cave, Waitomo

Travel from Tauranga through the rich Waikato Farmlands to Waitomo with its Limestone Caves and World Famous Glowworms.

Tour The Ruakuri Cave which offers a captivating blend of Waitomo’s most compelling subterranean experiences. Journey down through the spectacular spiral entrance, and marvel at the softly folding shawl-like limestone formations and crystal tapestries. Hear the distant thunder of the subterranean waterfalls and get up close to the glowworms. The Ruakuri Cave is New Zealand’s longest guided underground walking tour and an experience that must be seen to be believed. It will leave you open-mouthed, awe-struck and humbled by the sheer majesty of nature.

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Tour Charges

Vehicle Seating Capacity Rate
Black Lincoln Limousine 6 $880
White Lincoln Limousine 10 $990
Ford Customline Coach 13 $1290
Chrysler Hemi 300c 4 $860

The rates given are for the exclusive use of the vehicle and include your personal chauffeur who will be your escort for the day and provide full commentary during the tour. There is an additional charge for children’s seat restraints. The age of the child would be required and price would be on application.

Rates are inclusive of GST and priced in New Zealand Dollars.
Tour admission and food costs at clients expense.

Additional tour charges

Ruakuri Cave Guided Tour Adult $72.00, Child (4 – 14 yrs) $28.00, Family $176.00 (2 adults 2 children) Infant (Under 4 Yrs) Free

Entrance fees can change without notice. All prices are in New Zealand Dollars.

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“I was delighted with the service. The Limo was great and Ross remained calm and relaxed even though we were a bit jovial. All in all a great experience.”

— Mike, ANZ, Tauranga