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Enjoy 10 nights in New Zealand hotel accommodations
All sightseeing paid as per itinerary
Visit both: NORTH AND SOUTH ISLAND at ease, no rush tour
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Accommodation in 4* hotels at all places.
SIGHTSEEINGS INCLUDED : 02 NIGHTS : AUCKLAND • SKYTOWER , AUCKLAND OREINTATION CITY TOUR 03 NIGHTS : ROTORUA • POLYNESIAN SPA, WHAKHARWAREWA THERMAL VILLAGE WITH HUKA FALLS,CHAMPAGNE POOL, DEVILS’S POOL, LADY KNOX GEYSER, MUD POOL0 1 NIGHT : TE ANUA • TE ANAU GLOWWORM CAVES, MILFORD SOUND CRUISE 02 NIGHTS : QUEENSTOWN • SKYLINE GONDOLA WITH 02 LUGE RIDE, JET BOAT RIDE 01 NIGHT ;- WANAKA • PUZZLING WORLD, U-FLY 01 NIGHTS : CHRISTCHURCH • CROMWEL, WANAKA, TWIZEL, LAKE TEKAPO, LAKE PUKAKI, INTERNATIONAL ANTARTIC CENTRE
After breakfast proceed to
Rotorua – the Sulphur City.
The name Rotorua comes from
Maori. Roto means lake and Rua means two. It has second largest lake in
North Island. Rotorua is one place where the turbulent forces that formed
New Zealand are most evident.
This city, on the Volcanic Plateau,
has one of the world’s most lively fields of geothermal activity.
Arrive and check in Hotel.
Later we enjoy the Polynesian
Spa, Polynesian Spa is a developed geothermal spa facility in Rotorua,
North Island, New Zealand. Local Māori acclaimed the therapeutic benefits
of the water and bathed for centuries in the acidic pool 'Te Pupunitanga',
now called Priest’s Bath.
The Huka Falls are a set of
waterfalls on the Waikato River that drains Lake Taupo in New Zealand. A
few hundred metres upstream from the Huka Falls, the Waikato River narrows
from approximately 100 metres across into a canyon only 15 metres across.
Later Proceed to Devil’s
Pool, this neon green pool of
stagnant stink water is a natural wonder.
Visit Champagne Pool, Champagne
Pool is a prominent geothermal feature within the Waiotapu geothermal
area in the North Island of New Zealand.
Visit lady Knox Geyser,
It is named after Lady Constance Knox, the second daughter of Uchter Knox,
15th Governor of New Zealand.
After Breakfast, proceed once
again to visit the City of Sails and the trade capital of New Zealand,
Arrive and take Orientation
tour of Auckland where you shall visit Michael Josef Savage Memorial and click
the memories of wonderful Auckland in your cameras from here.
Further drive down through
Tamaki drive to see the spectacular beaches of Auckland passing through
the Mission Bay and upwards to the Ladies bay to have a glimpse of the
magnificent properties of the riches of New Zealand.
Later drive through the city
to visit the Center most point of Auckland, Mt. Eden, where you shall capture
the most scenic views of all round area of Auckland and both the harbors-
Waitemata & Manukau.
Late afternoon check in at Hotel.
Evening is free for shopping and leisure activities, overnight at Auckland.
Later Visit Skytower,
The Sky Tower is a telecommunications and observation tower in Auckland,
New Zealand. Located at the corner of Victoria and Federal Streets
within the city's CBD, it is 328 metres
(1,076 ft) tall, as measured from ground level to the top of the mast,
making it the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere
and the 25th tallest tower in the world. It has become an iconic
landmark in Auckland's skyline due to its height and unique design.
After breakfast proceed to
Auckland Airport to Board flight for Queenstown.
Arrive Queenstown and proceed
to Te Anau. Te Anau is a town in the Southland region of the South Island
of New Zealand. It is on the eastern shore of Lake Te Anau in Fiordland. Lake
Te Anau is the largest lake in the South Island and second only within New
Zealand to Lake Taupo.
Arrive and check in at Hotel.
Later we visit the Te Anua
Glowworm Caves, culturally and ecologically important system of limestone
caves on the western shore of Lake Te Anau, in the southwest of New
return backto Hotel.
Travel through the
spectacular Eglington valley and homer tunnel to world famous Milford
sound. Upon arrival, board your red boat vessel for a spectacular cruise
in Nz’s most famous waterway to explore the wonder of this majestic fjord.
See MITRE peak, one of the
highest mountain in the area to rise directly from the ocean floor. view
the Stirling and the Bowen falls as your cruise takes you out to the mouth
of Tasman Sea. Also spot the seals and watch out for dolphins surfing the
bow wave of the boat. Enjoy a cruise on the famous sound.
Later proceed to Queenstown. Queenstown
is the adventure Sports Capital of the world.It the largest center
in Central Otago, and the third largest
in Otago. It
is built around Lake Wakatipu, and has spectacular views of nearby
mountains. It has an estimated resident population of 10,416.
Proceed to Mother of Bungee,
the world famous Kawarau Bungee Bridge. Gather some of the inner strength
to take a plunge above the Clear waters of Kawarau River and feel the
After bungee drive to theHistorical Arrow town, this came into existence on
the world map during the gold rush period. Check your luck if you can find
some GOLD NUGGETS at the
Later arrive Queenstown and
check in Hotel. Overnight at Queenstown.
After Breakfast enjoys the
truly unique experience of riding the famous Skyline Gondola 450m above
Queenstown to bob’s peak and the skyline complex. Enjoy breathtaking
views of lake and mountains from every point. Here you can also induce
your young instinct to drive Luge car, which they say once is never
enough and it stands true to the experience.
After the ride, you may relax
in coffee shop, or browse in the souvenir shop (any expenses here will be
on own cost), or watch parameters and bungee jumpers.
Later Enjoy for Jet Boat,
Filled with speed, thrills and even more of those famous 360 degree spins.
Hold on as we race faster than ever before down Lake Wakatipu. We will get
you up close and personal with the lakes edge, skimming past trees and any
obstacles in our way and be sure to hold on to your hats as we navigate
under not one, but two bridges at speed. Later afternoon, free for
optional adventure activities in town, overnight at Queenstown.
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FAQ's and other information
ABOUT THE COUNTRY 1.
When is the best time to visit New Zealand?
can visit New Zealand at any time of the year. Summer and winter temperatures
vary by only about 10ºC over most of the country, making New Zealand an ideal holiday
destination all year round. In summer there's plenty of sunshine, and
activities in and around the water include rafting, snorkelling, diving and
kayaking. You'll find snow on the mountains in winter and excellent skiing.
Away from the mountains, New Zealand winters are mild and temperatures
generally do not fall below freezing.
2. What is the climate
Zealand's seasons are the reverse of the Northern Hemisphere. This means that
the warmest months are December, January and February, while the coldest are in
June, July and August. Don't let cold months put you off - winters tend to be
short and generally fairly mild.
3. What is the major
The New Zealand dollar is the currency used across the country. 4. What clothes should I
is informal and relaxed on most occasions. Smart casual clothes are acceptable
at most restaurants and night-spots. Men are generally not expected to wear
suits and ties, except in a few of the top formal bars and restaurants in major
5. What is New Zealand’s
protect people from the health effects of second-hand smoke, smoking in all
hospitality venues, including bars, restaurants, cafes, and casinos, is
prohibited in New Zealand. If you smoke, please remember to smoke outside. FAQS: POPULAR FOODS 6. Which are the popular
dishes in New Zealand?
Some of the popular dishes in New Zealand are Pavlova.
Pavlova is a much-loved desert in New
Zealand made with meringue, whipped cream and fruit. Jaffas are a
confectionery favourite. Jaffas are small sugar-coated chocolate balls with an
orange flavour to them. Hokey Pokey is the most popular
ice cream in New Zealand. Spaghetti on toast is one
more popular dish. Lamingtons are a sponge cake, coated in raspberry or
chocolate and then sprinkled with shaved coconut. It’s common to cut them in
half and fill them with cream or jam, but in most cases it’s simply eaten as
is. A very popular snack enjoyed during morning or afternoon tea.
7. Is tipping necessary?
workers do not work only for tips in New Zealand, so do not feel
obliged to leave a tip when paying your check. If the service
was excellent, leaving a 10% gratuity is more than generous and your waiter or
waitress will certainly appreciate it.Tipping taxi drivers in New
Zealand is not a common practice. FAQS: ADVENTURE SPORTS &
adventure experiences are available in New Zealand?
Some adventure sports available in New Zealand are Sky Diving, Bungee
Jumping, Jet Boating, Rafting, Zip Lining, Cannoning and skiing.
Dos & Don’ts Dos 1. Do wear sunscreen. 2. Do pay attention to
the weather. 3. Do ask locals for
1. Don’t smoke in
2. Don’t stand in the
middle of the road to take pictures.
3. Don’t be
disrespectful to Maoris or All Blacks.
4. Don’t feed seagulls.
Sockets & plugs
New Zealand uses 230V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type I.