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Guided Wellington Sightseeing Tour by Electric Bike

  • 4-hour cycling tour of Wellington by electric bike
  • Explore Wellington Waterfront and the Miramar Peninsula
  • Take in the views from the Mt Victoria lookout point
Guided Wellington Sightseeing Tour by Electric Bike
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10am Group Departure
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Small-group guided Tour of Wellington's spectacular bays by eBike. 10am departure for 2 or more travelers per booking
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10am Solo Traveler Departure
Small-group guided Tour of Wellington's spectacular bays by eBike. 10am departure for 1 person per booking
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The hills around Wellington offer a spectacular backdrop for a cycling tour, but you don’t need to worry about biking uphill. This 4-hour electric bike tour takes all the effort out of cycling, so you can concentrate on admiring the sights and enjoying the views.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and small group of no more than 13 people on Queens Wharf in central Wellington in time for a 10am or 1.30pm departure (depending on option selected). After listening to the safety briefing, learn how to operate your electric bike and enjoy time to practice in a safe area before heading out.

Once you’re feeling comfortable, saddle up for a fun bike tour of Wellington, and follow your guide along the Wellington Waterfront. Glide along the seafront, passing the lively port and harbor, and the beaches of Oriental Bay. Continue along the Miramar Peninsula and leave the bustle of the city behind as you cycle along the scenic coast. Pause along the way at a local café, where you’ll have chance to enjoy a coffee or purchase sandwiches and cakes (own expense), before looping back towards the city.

Finally, climb up to the lookout point of Mt Victoria for an unforgettable view over Wellington, the Miramar Peninsula, and the ocean.

Your tour ends around 2pm or 5.30pm back in central Wellington.
Reviews (36)
1 - 5 of 25 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Perfect for one day in Wellington. High quality bikes, well organized with knowledgeable guide.

First time we've been on eBikes. They are terrific and provided us the opportunity to explore further and at higher elevations. It was a beautiful day around the bay with a stop to enjoy a bite to eat and drink. Highly recommend this trip.

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Kevin R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Perfect start to a Wellington visit

Once we'd found it........ We joined Jimmy for a morning tour out passed the airport to Shelly Bay and to the hill above. We stopped a few times on the way to see a few landmarks and pick up a bit of history as well...More

Thank SpikeB_11
Reviewed 24 October 2018

"Switched on guys".Ryan and Sean. Nothing was too much trouble,the bikes were easy to handle and the views were excellent.A great experience

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Dream828821
Reviewed 27 May 2018
We've got the power to explore more, thanks to ebikes!

Amazing experience! Amazing guide! We have not ridden a bike in years, so thought we'd try the ebikes. We are in our late 50's and adventurous. What a fabulous way to spend time in Wellington. The ebikes are comfortable, easy to ride and in great...More

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank Jackie D
Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile
Excellent— super accommodating!

These guys are great! The tour is great, the views are stunning, the bikes are well maintained, and the staff are incredibly accommodating and honest. I accidently booked my tour on the wrong day and yet the staff jumped through hoops to accommodate our schedule.

Thank 572alexandraw
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