Ready2Roll, Your Friendly Rotorua Shuttle Service

Tours, Airport Transfers & A Good Kiwi Day Out

Whether you are a visitor to Rotorua, a group of local friends or a club or organisation, Ready2Roll Shuttles has all of your Rotorua shuttle transportation needs covered.

With more Kiwis wanting to explore their own back yard, Ready2Roll Shuttles & Tours have been organising and hosting some amazing trips around New Zealand. Whether it’s High Tea at the Chateau Tongariro Hotel, a Gisborne Cycle Railway Adventure, or a Hawkes Bay Wine Trip, our professional and courteous drivers & guides love hosting our fellow Kiwis. If you’re in Rotorua or the Bay of Plenty, just contact our team for a great Kiwi getaway.

If you’re looking for a tour of Rotorua (our back yard), our tours are customised and themed for each group based on some firm, visitor favourites. You can see a number of our example tours on our Rotorua Tours page. You’ll find our popular Rotorua Highlights Tour, which is great for groups who want to see Rotorua’s top scenic spots. If you’re travelling as a family, our Rotorua Family Day has a little something for everyone!

As part of a multi-day experience, we can also whisk you away further afield to see more of New Zealand. Our Taupo Day Tour is a popular option for guests staying in Rotorua for a few extra days. If you’re looking for a comprehensive guided tour across New Zealand, we can also help you plan and transport you everywhere from Cape Reinga at the top of the North Island to Bluff at the bottom of the South. Enquire today.

If you are visiting Rotorua, our friendly Rotorua based shuttle team offers airport transfer charters between Rotorua City & Rotorua Airport as well as Rotorua City to Auckland Airport. Whilst you are in Rotorua, our friendly local guides can help you experience the very best of Rotorua because of our custom and ‘super-flexible’ Rotorua Tours. Ready2Roll Shuttles also offers Auckland Airport Transfers to and from Taupo and Hamilton

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Exploring Our Own Backyard

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Unfortunately reception was poor on Waiheke Island, so here are the day 2, 3 , 4, and 5 of our trip, so much fun with zip lining, Vinyard visits, a go with archery and laser clay bird shooting. Ending with a trip to the army tunnels. Thank you again to Donella from Whakatane Travel Club ... See MoreSee Less

Unfortunately reception was poor on Waiheke Island,  so here are the day 2, 3 , 4, and 5 of our trip, so much fun with zip lining,  Vinyard visits,  a go with archery and laser clay bird shooting.  Ending with a trip to the army tunnels. Thank you again to Donella from Whakatane Travel Club

Hubby/co driver is living it up on Waiheke Island for 5 days for work so I got to drive today for Bupa The Gardens village. They head off on an outing each month and today we headed off to Taupo to the Millennium for lunch.

Beautiful meals and great service and a spectacular view. I would highly recommend it for lunch with a view. Lake Taupo is straight out the window.

The village residents all had a great time, I had mum as my passenger and dad went in the van with Gerard. We got to enjoy lunch too which was awesome.

Carleen
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Hubby/co driver is living it up on Waiheke Island for 5 days for work so I got to drive today for Bupa The Gardens village.  They head off on an outing each month and today we headed off to Taupo to the Millennium for lunch.

Beautiful meals and great service and a spectacular view.  I would highly recommend it for lunch with a view.  Lake Taupo is straight out the window.

The village residents all had a great time, I had mum as my passenger and dad went in the van with Gerard.  We got to enjoy lunch too which was awesome. 

Carleen

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Nice to hear Gerard is back!

Day 1 of a 5 Day Waiheke Island trip. Great group of ladies, was meant to be a few more but due to personal reasons, we ended up with a smaller group. Left Whakatane in the morning, first stop in Matamata for a coffee, then on to a cafe in Hampton downs where my car the Viper is parked up...lol.
Lunch at Half Moon Bay, before driving into the Sealink car ferry. Ending the day at the Cable Bay Vineyard for wine tasting and dinner.
To be continued........
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Day 1 of a 5 Day Waiheke Island trip. Great group of ladies,  was meant to be a few more but due to personal reasons,  we ended up with a smaller group. Left Whakatane in the morning,  first stop in Matamata for a coffee,  then on to a cafe in Hampton downs where my car the Viper is parked up...lol.
Lunch at Half Moon Bay, before driving into the Sealink car ferry.   Ending the day at the Cable Bay Vineyard  for wine tasting and dinner.
To be continued........

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Highly recommend Alan Ready2Roll Shuttles and Day Tours. Safe driving, sense of humour needed with a group of wonderful wahine & super comfortable van thanks Alan.

Awesome pictures

We have had an amazing family holiday seeing a few things our children haven't had the chance to explore yet and its been a few years since we have been there ourselves.

Highly recommend the Great Sights Dolphin/Hole in the Rock 4 hour cruise that leaves Russell or Paihia. They guarantee dolphin sightings or you get your next cruise free. We didn't see dolphins but saw plenty of other things ... seals, penguins, plenty of fish and what we all believed was a whale (the shadow was massive). The skipper was informative and we even had an island stop over at Otehi Island. The kids said they felt like we were in Fiji as it had that vibe to it.

We drove ourselves to Cape Reianga and that didn't disappoint. Next stop was the giant sand dunes.

We stopped off to see Tane Mahuta the largest living kauri tree in NZ. Such an amazing feeling being in the presence of something so magnificent.

We are so lucky to live in a beautiful country. We have some amazing beaches, Coopers Beach was stunning (we arrived there in the dark to stay overnight and awoke to a truly beautiful surprise).

Kai Iwi lakes was a stop off yesterday and we were all blown away by its beauty, white silky sands and the water was still warm at this time of year.

We have lots of photos to share of our experiences. If you want to know more and arrange a trip of your own please let us know.
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We have had an amazing family holiday seeing a few things our children havent had the chance to explore yet and its been a few years since we have been there ourselves.  

Highly recommend the Great Sights Dolphin/Hole in the Rock 4 hour cruise that leaves Russell or Paihia.  They guarantee dolphin sightings or you get your next cruise free.  We didnt see dolphins but saw plenty of other things ... seals, penguins, plenty of fish and what we all believed was a whale (the shadow was massive).  The skipper was informative and we even had an island stop over at Otehi Island.  The kids said they felt like we were in Fiji as it had that vibe to it.

We drove ourselves to Cape Reianga and that didnt disappoint.  Next stop was the giant sand dunes.

We stopped off to see Tane Mahuta the largest living kauri tree in NZ.  Such an amazing feeling being in the presence of something so magnificent. 

We are so lucky to live in a beautiful country.  We have some amazing beaches, Coopers Beach was stunning (we arrived there in the dark to stay overnight and awoke to a truly beautiful surprise).

Kai Iwi lakes was a stop off yesterday and we were all blown away by its beauty, white silky sands and the water was still warm at this time of year.

We have lots of photos to share of our experiences.  If you want to know more and arrange a trip of your own please let us know.

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Wow mate. Bonnie and I just did the same thing

Thanks Ready2Roll Shuttles and Day Tours for this amazing experience. We loved every inch of this amazing road trip and highly recommend it.

A beautiful place we live in alright. ✅

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