The City of Sails is an amazing city known for its ancient volcanoes, colonial villages, spectacular harbours and stunning architecture, and normally, to see these attractions visitors would have to jump into cars to drive to these destinations. Auckland City Harley Davidson Tour now gives visitors a chance to see all these fantastic sights in a way that will satiate their sense of adventure with the wind in their hair.

This specialised tour is not a race, but a relaxed cruise of roads and sights around the area of Auckland city. Cruisers will be able to visit Mt Eden and enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the city from the top of the dormant volcano, then ride down to the Auckland War Memorial and domain to get a little historical perspective of the country. There will also be visits to the charming Parnell Colonial Village where cafes and galleries dot the historical Judges Bay.

The tour continues along the Pohutukawa lined streets of Tamaki Drive and onwards to the edge of Waitemata Harbour. From there, the tour continues through the suburbs of Mission Bay and Kohimarama to finally end up back at home base at the Heritage Hotel.

The two and a half hour Auckland City Harley Davidson Tour is a tour with a difference. The fully guided tour comes with professional safety briefing, nationally approved safety equipment and the assistance of a professional and experienced tour guide that will ensure that the safety is something that cruisers will not have to worry about. It is an exciting way to see the city and will surely make it a trip to remember.

Auckland City Harley Davidson Tour schedule details:

Dates: Daily
Unavailable Dates: December 25 (Christmas Day)
Commences: Auckland, New Zealand
Location: Tour departs from Heritage Hotel (Nelson Street Reception) 22-24 Nelson Street , Auckland.
Time: 9:00am, 12:00pm, 3:00pm
Hotel Pickup: Hotel pick up is available from all Auckland centrally located hotels. Please advise your full hotel name and address at time of booking.
Return Details: Tour concludes at original point of departure at approximately 11:30am, 2:30pm or 5:30pm.

What do you think?
Show Comments
Motorcycle Finder: