International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987


Available Excursions for Auckland

Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.

Coromandel Peninsula & Cathedral Cove

Hot Water Beach, Coromandel can be found within two hours either side of low tide, visitors flock to the usually deserted beach to find hot water bubbling through the golden sand. Families, kids and couples can be seen digging their own spa pool in the sand and relaxing in the natural springs.... Read More

Huka Falls and White Water Rafting in Taupo

Lake Taupop is surrounded by beautiful forests, volcanic mountains and snowy peaks in winter is a hub for events and activities year round. Students will visit Huka Falls, New Zealand?s most visited natural attraction - and this thundering waterfall lives up to the hype! Students will then... Read More

Raglan and Waitomo Caves

Situated on the West Coast of New Zealand's North Island, Raglan offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The area has been inhabited for at least 800 years, and was originally known by the Maori people as Whaingaroa, or "the long pursuit." Here, visitors get to... Read More

Rotorua Bridging Cultures Program

The Bridging Cultures Program (BCP) encompasses the ISA on-site orientation delivered to all students at the onset of their ISA program, along with exciting activities aimed to introduce students to their new host country. The BCP brings together ISA students from various programs throughout the... Read More

Spring/Fall Break Excursions

In addition to the ISA included excursions in New Zealand, semester or year abroad students will have the opportunity to participate in optional spring/fall break excursions. The purpose of these trips is to give students exciting options to explore their host country or another unique... Read More

Waiheke Island Eco Zip-lining adventure