As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation develops in New Zealand, we are monitoring it closely and following Ministry of Health guidelines to keep our staff and our customers safe.
Public transport has not been linked to any confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19, and Ministry of Health officials have confirmed there is no issue with coach travel. However, we know COVID-19 has affected travel plans for some. Here is the latest information on our day tours at this time.
Due to the current international travel restrictions, we have made the difficult decision to suspend a number of our day tours until 30 June.
Milford Sound day tours will continue to operate as scheduled.
Mount Cook day tours between Christchurch and Queenstown (in either direction) will be suspended from 29 March.
Operation of the affected tours is suspended until Tuesday 30 June. If you have reservations on any affected tours, you will receive a cancellation notification from our contact centre. The 30 June date to resume our tours will be reviewed regularly as the situation evolves. If you have reservations for tours on or after 1 July, they are unaffected by this suspension of service.
We've enhanced our cleaning procedures. Coaches are cleaned on a regular basis with commercial-strength disinfectants, and we’re rolling out onboard cleaning kits to our coaches to allow mid-service cleaning where required.
We're offering fare flexibility to passengers who need to change their plans due to COVID-19. We will happily transfer your booking to a later date at no extra charge.
Just arrived? Most travellers arriving in NZ are required to self-isolate for 14 days.
Handwashing is the best way to keep yourself and others safe during your travels. Wash and dry your hands carefully after touching public surfaces, and before and after eating, and practice cough hygiene - cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or cough into the crook of your elbow.
If you think you or one of your group may have been exposed to COVID-19, or have symptoms like a fever, cough or shortness of breath, please do not travel.
We advise you NOT to go to a doctor (GP) or medical clinic. Instead you should call your health care provider, or you can call NZ Healthline on 0800 611 116 for free 24/7 health advice.
Thank you for your support, patience and understanding during this challenging time. This page will be kept updated with our latest information.