Fly Drives

If you like adventure and your brave enough to jump on a flight, pick up a hire care and set off on your very own adventure then a fly drive holiday could be just for you! The world is literally your oyster with a fly drive and once you land in the country of your choice you can create your very own special memories. 

Fancy driving along Route 66 in America or exploring the amazing sights of Canada? Or may you'd prefer to fly a bit further afield to Australia or New Zealand and driving from town to beach at your own leisure? 

We can arrange as much as you like from the flights, car hire and accommodation if you'd rather have this all prebooked. 

Below is a small taster of countries you could visit for your flydrive and popular routes .... for more ideas and options please ask us!

For help and advice about booking your flydrive or if you would like us to price up an itinerary for you Click Here alternatively call on 01422 847 847



Canada is a vast country in North America and covers a huge range of terrains from the famous Rocky Mountains to the vibrant cities of Tornoto or Montreal. Canada has a great historic background and this is shown is the cities architecture. There really is something for everyone in Canada and you can experience amazing wildlife, fantastic adventure self drive holidays, mountains, ski holidays and much much more.


Seldom is the American dream more evident than in the 'Golden State' of California. Whether you're strolling along the wealthy streets of Beverly Hills or exploring San Francisco's hippy enclave of Haight-Ashbury, California's cities have something to offer everyone. The remarkable coastal scenery of Highway 1, the vast wildernesses of its National Parks, the theme parks of Anaheim and LA, and the wine growing regions of Sonoma and Napa - they all combine to make Calafornia a truly incredible destination.

West Coast & Glaciers - South Island

Truly unlike any other part of New Zealand, the West Coast is a rugged and remote region sandwiched between the peaks of the Southern Alps abd the awesome power of the restless Tasman Sea. The gigantic ice sheets of the Franz Josef and Fox glaciers are some of the most accessible in the world, and the drive along the coast is simply breathtaking.

Auckland - North Island

Auckland, affectionately known as the 'City if Sails', is by far the largest city in New Zealand and hme to one-third of the country's population. Auckland's lifestyle is ranked amongst the best in the world and once visited yoi'll understand why.

The West Coast - Western Australia

One of the last great ocean paradises, swim from the shore amongst the corals of Nigaloo Reef, also one of the best places in the world to snorkel with whale sharks; meet the famous dolphins of Shark Bay, and explore the river gorges and sea cliffs of Kalbarri National Park.