Spectacular New Zealand

Auckland, Rotorua, Queenstown
September - May
Adventure, City Life, Family, Honeymoon, Mountains, Nature
7 Days


Auckland, Rotorua & Queenstown

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Suggested Itinerary


Day 1 : Auckland Arrival

Arrive at Auckland airport and a private vehicle will transfer you to your accommodation. Check in and rest of the evening is at leisure

New Zealand’s largest city and the first port of call for many visitors to the North Island, Auckland has plenty to tempt travellers—beautiful beaches, atmospheric neighbourhoods, and an abundance of cultural sites.

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Accommodation in Auckland

Day 2 : Auckland

 After breakfast, enjoy city sightseeing tour of Auckland.

Admire views of Auckland Harbour and drive over the Harbour Bridge; gaze out over the city from the top of Mt Eden; visit K Road, the Auckland Domain, and the Mission Bay beaches; and explore atmospheric neighborhoods such as Parnell, Ponsonby, and Northcote Point.
Later, visit the Kelly Tarlton's aquarium.

Visit Kelly Tarlton’s Antarctic Encounter and Underwater World where you will discover secrets of the Southern Ocean and see the magic of an Antarctic fantasyland, complete with Penguins strutting in fresh snow and ice!

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Accommodation in Auckland

Day 3 : Auckland - Rotorua

Today, travel south through the fertile Waikato region to arrive at Waitomo and take a boat ride through the famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves. Glide through this underground complex, enjoying a light show put on by the millions of tiny bioluminescent insects hanging above.

Continue to Rotorua via Hobbiton Movie Set for a guided tour of this world-class attraction.

Along with an exceptionally knowledgeable guide, wander the foot trails that weave through the village past rows of real-life hobbit holes, and soak up the pastoral beauty of The Shire—a hobbit village come to life.

Arrive in Rororua, check in, and visit Te Puia Geothermal Reserve and see the boiling mud pools and cascading Pohutu geyser that makes Rotorua famous as New Zealand's "thermal city". Enjoy a visit to the Maori Arts and Crafts Institute with local Maori carvers in action.

Visit the Agrodome for a one-hour performance seeing nineteen sheep breeds introduced onto the stage and they demonstrate the art of sheep shearing.

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Accommodation in Rotorua

Day 4 : Rotorua - Queenstown

After breakfast, transfer to the airport and board a flight to Queenstown. Arrive in Queenstown, transfer to the accommodation and check in. Rest of the day is at leisure.

Set on the shores of Lake Wakatipu overlooking jagged mountain peaks, Queenstown, New Zealand, is one of those rare places where the real-life scenery is even more magical than the postcards. From high-flying adventures to mountaintop lookouts and lake cruises, the small town of Queenstown has a lot going for it.

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Accommodation in Queenstown

Day 5 : Queenstown

Today, follow the southern arm of Lake Wakatipu to Lumsden, and onward to Lake Te Anau. Enter the Eglinton Valley and travel through the breathtaking man-made Homer Tunnel to reach Milford Sound.

With its soaring cliffs, dramatic glacial valleys, and thundering waterfalls, it’s easy to see why Milford Sound is one of New Zealand’s most visited sights. This natural wonder is the star attraction of Fiordland National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and wildlife haven for dolphins, seals, and penguins. Naturally, the best way to explore the fjord is by boat. Enjoy a cruise on this world-famous fiord, dominated by Mitre Peak and the cascading Bowen Falls.

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Accommodation in Queenstown

Day 6 : Queenstown

After breakfast, spend the day exploring Queenstown on your own.

Queenstown is paradise for thrill-seekers, with a seemingly endless array of pulse-raising pursuits on offer here. Get into the spirit of things by kicking off your day with an out-of-the-ordinary activity. Brace yourself for a bungee jump over the Nevis River, free-fall from a height of up to 15,000 feet (4,572 meters) during a tandem skydive, go rafting on the rapids of the Shotover River, ride the Skyline gondola up Bob’s Peak, enjoying fabulous views of Queenstown, the Remarkables mountain range, and Lake Wakatipu. Dine at the restaurant at the top and—if you’re still hungry for adventure—fly down the luge track to the bottom of the mountain. 

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Accommodation in Queenstown

Day 7 : Queenstown Departure

After breakfast, a private vehicle will transfer to Queenstown airport to catch your flight back home

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Hotels & Apartment
Daily Breakfast
Private Airport Transfers
Intercity Car


International Flights
New Zealand Visa
travel insurance
07 Days

Starting from
79000 per person