Red Carpet Tours

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New Zealand  ·  Red Carpet Tours is the premier Lord of the Rings tour company here in Middle Earth, New Zealand. Hosted by Julie James, a true fan of LOTR/Hobbit.
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Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. The area is part of one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Blue pools at the Terminus by mnlrs

Mount Cook National Park is part of the area of "Te Wahipounamu - South West New Zealand", a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. (Blue Pools at the Terminus by mnlrs)

Punakaiki is on the road between Westport and Greymouth and is a geological feature of stratified rock formations. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks - NZ

Pancake Rocks, New Zealand. Punakaiki is on the road between Westport & Greymouth (New Zealand) & is a geological feature of stratified limestone formations created more than 30 Ma ago. The feature is known as the Pancake Rocks, New Zealand

Waitomo Glowworm Caves,New Zealand The tiny glow worms produce a myriad of tiny bright lights that dot the cave ceiling.

Waitomo glow worm caves, New Zealand. Waitomo Glow worm Caves, New Zealand. Glow worm cave, New Zealand. The walls glitter with glow worms in the dark, like a night sky

Hiking to "Edoras" - one of the most epic "Lord of the Rings" filming locations in New Zealand.

Hiking to "Edoras" - one of the most epic "Lord of the Rings" filming locations in New Zealand. Just one of many Tolkien inspired locations of Dr Allison Shire's tour. CLOSE TO YOU - Debut Release Apirl - Kara Isaac NZ author

Mangaotaki, Waikato, New Zealand-home to Trollshaw Forest in the Hobbit

Mangaotaki, Waikato, New Zealand-home to Trollshaw Forest in the Hobbit

The Lord of the Rings movies were all shot in New Zealand, and if you're a fan, you can visit many of the filming locations. Here are the Pinnacles, a park near Cape Palliser on the bottom coast of the North Island, used for the Paths of the Dead in the final film Discovered by YoungAdventuress at Cape Palliser Lighthouse, Cape Palliser, New Zealand

The Lord of the Rings movies were all shot in New Zealand. Here are the Pinnacles, a park near Cape Palliser on the bottom coast of the North Island, used for the Paths of the Dead in the final film

The striking, iridescent, Emerald Lakes on the otherworldly, lunar landscape of the Tongariro Crossing in New Zealand. Some of the Mordor sequences from Lord of the Rings were filmed here. The lakes derive their colour from their high sulphur content.

Dave Comer, the man who helped redefine New Zealand as Middle-earth, loses his cancer battle on Christmas Day.

The Milford Track, New Zealand. Where The Lord of the Rings was filmed, so basically a must see!

Dashain and Tihar in Nepal .म तपाइलाइ माया गर्छु। (ma tapainlai maya garchu)

Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park - NewZealand

Emerald Lake in the crater of an extinct volcano. Tongariro National Park – New Zealand- a tropical blue lake surrounded by snow.

colors of wanaka, new zealand

Lone Tree Of Lake Wanaka - New Zealand Photo: This Photo was uploaded by staffpicks. Find other Lone Tree Of Lake Wanaka - New Zealand pictures and phot.

Explore New Zealand's diverse landscape by touring sites used in the filming of The Lord of the Rings.

The famous rolling hills of Matamata – where Hobbiton was filmed in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the upcoming The Hobbit film. Image by Ian Brodie c/o Tourism New Zealand

I enjoy any "come at me bro" but this has to be my favourite.

"Come at me bro! / I am no bro, brah!" Eowyn for the win; I've got Lord of the Rings on the brain again.

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