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Meet the TIME Unlimited Tours team

Every member of our wonderful team at TIME Unlimited Tours is both passionate and knowledgeable about Auckland and New Zealand

Neill Sperath

Neill is a proud New Zealander and is responsible for all marketing and general business.

Ceillhe Sperath

Ceillhe Tewhare Teneti Hema Sperath - is a New Zealander of Maori descent. She is passionate about her indigenous Maori culture

Danica Matariki Sperath

Danica is our company's secret boss, simultaneously managing the important roles of being our mascot, "SHE E O" and "Sales Director",

Hinauri Mead

Hinauri is our eager project manager, hailing from a background in management in tourism organisations

Kirsty Parkhill

Kirsty is a proud Kiwi with 20 years guiding tours around the world

Romeo Rodriguez

Romeo is a Philippine-born Kiwi who has spent most of his early career as an exploration geoscientist working on geothermal prospects around the world.

Daniel Emery

Originally from Switzerland, Daniel feels privileged to share his enthusiasm for all things kiwi with visitors to New Zealand

Sofia Tekela-Smith

Born in New Zealand, Sofia relishes her Polynesian links to Rotuma, a pacific island north of Fiji and her Scottish ancestry.

Vanessa Merx

Vanessa is half German and half Filipina. She joined TIME Unlimited Tours to gain more insight into the growing tourism industry.

Linda Healey

Linda Healey originates from Belgium. She loves to share her extensive knowledge about New Zealand with international guests

Angela D'Aquaro

Angela came to New Zealand from her native Europe a few years ago. Angela is fluent in English, French and Italian (and a beginner in Te Reo Maori)

Marisol Valenzuela Dillen

Marisol is a senior tour guide with over 15 years experience guiding throughout the North and the South Island of beautiful Aotearoa, New Zealand.

Te Kaahu Ripo o Ngaa Rangi Tuitui (Gary Parata)

Gary is a highly-qualified teacher of Maori tikanga (customs) and has taught many guests the famous Haka Maori war dance during our Marae stays.