Cruises to Wellington

New Zealand

Wellington


Nestled between a beautiful harbour and lush green hills, Wellington offers a sophisticated city experience.

In 1865 Wellington became New Zealand’s capital and, in spite of the fact that Auckland is a larger city, Wellington has remained the political centre with more than 40 established embassies. It is separated from the northern tip of the South Island by only a 32 kilometre stretch of water known as the Cook Strait. The strait seems to funnel every slight breeze into a gust of wind, which has seen the city receive the nickname "Windy Wellington".

At A Glance


Population

179,466 (2006 census)

Language

English and Te Reo Maori

Government

Parliamentary Democracy

Currency

New Zealand Dollar

Wellington Shore Tours


Most Popular

Guest favourites, the most booked Shore Tours at this port

Matiu Somes Island

WLG055

4.25 hours

Adult: $139.99pp

Child: $89.99pp

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Wellington Quad Biking

WLG070

6.5 hours

Adult: $259.99pp

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In the Footsteps of Lord oF the Rings

WLG030

3.5 hours

Adult: $99.99pp

Child: $69.99pp

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Must See

Our handpicked Shore Tours are a must for any guest.

Explore Windy Wellington

WLG015

4 hours

Adult: $129.99pp

Child: $69.99pp

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Behind-the-scenes at the Te Papa Museum

WLG100

3.5 hours

Adult: $339.99pp

Child: $339.99pp

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Best Of Wellington

WLG000

4 hours

Adult: $109.99pp

Child: $79.99pp

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