Arrive at Auckland International Airport, meet our representative who will transfer you to your hotel. Situated between two large harbours and dotted with 48 extinct volcanic cones, Auckland is the perfect place to start your North Island encounter. Whether you want to spend your day shopping, learning about the local culture or discovering the outdoors, New Zealand's biggest city has something for everyone. Spend the day exploring the central city by foot, public transport, or with an organised tour.
For those wanting to go further afield, Rangitoto Island, Waiheke Island and Matakana are all excellent day trip options, offering wineries, walking trails and stunning beaches. Return to the city in the evening for a sumptuous meal at one of the diverse range of eateries. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Travel south over rolling hills to the city of Hamilton, where you can wander tranquil botanic gardens or visit the Hamilton Zoo and see the giant free flight aviary. As you continue south you’ll come to Otorohanga Kiwi House, a chance to meet New Zealand’s national symbol.
The Waitomo Caves is famous for its subterranean splendor. Beneath the surface of this ancient limestone region is a series of vast cave systems decorated with glow-worms. Choose your level of adventure, from a gentle boat cruise to backwater rafting or abseiling into the abyss. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Your journey to Rotorua will take you through a fascinating mixture of farmland, Lakeland and forest. Walkers can stop to explore the many trails of beautiful Pureora Forest Park, home to several rare bird species. Trout fanciers may like to try their luck at Lake Whakamaru.
Rotorua itself is packed with activities from relaxing in hot pools to bungee jumping and mountain biking. See more must do experiences in Rotorua. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Spend the day exploring the wonderland that is Rotorua. From its fascinating geothermal areas to its rich Maori culture and huge range of thrilling adventure activities, there is always something to do here. Ride some of the world's top mountain biking trails on the Whakarewarewa Forest Track, or explore the forest canopy on a Redwood Tree walk.
In the evening, immerse yourself in the local culture with a delicious traditional Maori hangi (earth oven) and a live cultural performance at the Mitai Maori Village. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. The resort town of Taupe sits on the edge of New Zealand’s largest lake, well stocked with sizable trout. You’ll find everything a traveler could wish for here, including an excellent choice of restaurants and a prawn park where you can catch your own prawns to eat.
Spend the morning on a boat or kayak tour to visit the giant Maori rock carvings at Mine Bay and learn about the area's unique history. Change pace in the afternoon with a thrilling jet boat ride in the raging waters of Huka Falls, or jump out of a plane at 15,000 ft and experience the sensation of free fall. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. The drive from Taupo to Wellington is a stunning mixture of volcanoes, rivers valleys and wide open plains. Along the way take time to stop in Turangi, the trout fishing capital of New Zealand or the nearby hot springs of Tokaanu. If you have time you can try rafting the Tongariro River.
In Waiouru, the QE2 Memorial Museum is well worth a look and is the stunning Mangaweka Gorge. From here make your way through the Wairarapa and down the beautiful Kapiti Coast and in to Wellington, the world's coolest little capital. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Wellington is compact, cultured and full of character. Nestled between the harbour and the hills, the downtown area is ideal for explorations on foot. Spend the morning visiting the city's many art galleries and museums, including the stunning national Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa. Discover the secrets behind The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings trilogies with a Weta Cave Workshop Tour.
In the afternoon walk to the summit of Mount Victoria for 360-degree city views and take the chance to soak up Wellington's lively cafe scene. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Head south along the coast and take a break in Blenheim - here, it's all about experiencing the bounty of the sea. Tuck into a plate of crayfish and take a whale-watching tour (as well as whales, seals and dolphins live off the coast year-round).
Blenheim - a great place for food and wine lovers. There are plenty of eateries and artisan food outlets, as well as dozens of wineries a stone's throw from town.
In Christchurch, explore the city on foot, by tram or relax as you float down the Avon River on a punt. There are lots of funky restaurants and bars livening up the area, as well as boutique stores and galleries. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Historic Hokitika, on the West Coast, has a rich gold mining history and today specialises in pounamu (greenstone) jewellery and art. Enjoy a picnic along the beach or on the shores of one of the nearby lakes. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. Make your way down the coast and through Mt Aspiring National Park (stop and stretch your legs along the way; there are plenty of short walks scattered throughout).
Two of the premier attractions on the West Coast are Fox and Franz Josef glaciers. The temperate climate at this low altitude means they are among the most convenient to visit in the world. You can walk to the terminal face, or hike through the forest to a viewing point. Another option is to join a guided tour - a glacier walk or a heli-flight.
Nestled below towering mountains, Wanaka is the most tranquilly set of the South Island lakes. Relax in or around town and enjoy the local flavours. There's everything from informal cafes to fine dining, as well as boutique wineries and breweries. Or, simply pack a picnic and soak up the scenery. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel. There are two ways to drive between Wanaka and Queenstown - via Cromwell, or over the Crown Range Road. While the latter takes longer and is more challenging, it's notable for its views, frequent encounters with kea, and being the highest main road in New Zealand.
Picturesque spots all along Lake Hayes or Lake Wakatipu make good photo stops. Detour to historic Arrow town if you're interested in settler heritage.
Follow the lake's edge all the way to Glenorchy, a rustic town surrounded by awe-inspiring mountains and beech forests. Hike through the valleys, explore on horseback, or go jet boating on the Dart River. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. An overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast, experience more of what Queenstown has to offer or fly home from this international gateway. Later, our representative will drop you at airport for your further journey.
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