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11. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3720 posts) 5y

I have travelled with both Kiwi and Stray on several trips when I was in my late 20s and early 30s and I would recommend both. They are not party buses but are as sociable as you want them to be and there is no pressure to join in any of the activities.

12. Posted by Daniel.J.B (Budding Member 32 posts) 5y

I'm going to NZ for 6 weeks in June so I've done a lot of research on how to travel. Ideally I'd like to have made my own way round, but it works out more expensive, so I went with Magic (was NZ$349 for the Auckland to Christchurch pass). From what I've read online, Magic seemed more appealing to me then Kiwi, although I reckon you'd have a great time with either.

Quoting MissyTravl

Hey
im in the same situation. Im a solo female traveller (28)
i will be also going to the Pacific Islands before hand and kiwi offers a FIji /NZ combo

However, i read a lot about Kiwi experiences being a really young crowd and not sure if that would be right for me.

This is why I went for Magic. Although I'm 22 I didn't fancy the 'party' bus (although I suspect it's exaggerated somewhat).

13. Posted by Jesse87 (Budding Member 5 posts) 5y

Quoting bex76

I have travelled with both Kiwi and Stray on several trips when I was in my late 20s and early 30s and I would recommend both. They are not party buses but are as sociable as you want them to be and there is no pressure to join in any of the activities.

Hmmz good to hear i booked the kiwi express without doing 2 much research aka none. I had a great deal (50% off) so i figured it to be a cheap way of transportation. I like the idea of socializing with like minded people on the bus but im not to keen to get drunk every night. As my main interest in New zealand is the nature and wildlife and not the Night life.

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