- Stay at the stunning 5-star Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa
- Fully Private Escorted in Luxury Mercedes
- Daily Full Buffet Breakfast
- Freedom of Choice Days
Hike Up a Volcanic Mountain. Up in the North, you’ll find Rangitoto Island, the youngest volcano in the country. This volcano emerged from the sea merely 600 years ago.
Stay in a Mountain Hut. These quaint innings are perfect for travellers going on a multi-day trek. You won’t have to worry about taking shelter elsewhere when you have a warm, hospitable dwelling waiting for you.
Sample Fine Wines. Waiheke Island is home to over 30 vineyards that produce award-winning wines in the country.
Immerse Yourself in Maori Culture. Enrich your travel experience by learning about the native peoples of Māori in the Rotorua region. Try spending a night at a Marae, a Maori meeting house, at Te Papa. Watch in awe as they perform a welcoming ceremony known as powhiri. After a long day, indulge in a sumptuous hangi meal, which is traditionally cooked beneath the ground.
Enter the World of Hobbits. Experience a tour like no other as you pass by the Hobbit Holes, run through The Mill and cross the Double-Arched Bridge. Roam around the shire and immerse yourself in this magical place. The options are endless with our Essence of North Island tour.
Drop by the Sand Dunes. The steep Te Paki dunes offer an exhilarating experience like no other. Bring a sandboard and slide down the silky white sand! If you don’t have one and you’re feeling bold, you can simply dolphin dive the dunes.
Go Kayaking around Cathedral Cove. Revel in the mystical charm of the Cathedral Cove, also known as the Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve. This cave formation sits in the Coromandel Peninsula, a secluded location perfect for quality alone time.
Create Your Personal Spa. Prepare your shovels for an experience worth digging in—quite literally at that! The Hot Water Beach in Coromandel gives you a chance to make your very own spa. It takes quite an effort to dig through the mud, but the results are worth it.
Delve deeper into the Waitomo Caves. Feast your eyes on the fascinating natural wonders of the Waitomo Caves. Watch as your path gets illuminated by the light of a thousand glow worms that are endemic to the country.
Explore Geothermal Wonders. Go on a relaxing walk along the Hell’s Gate Geothermal Park. You can also witness the powerful burst of the largest geyser in New Zealand, the Pohotu Geyser. End your day with a therapeutic mud bath from Wai- O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland.
Tour the 8th Wonder of the World. The eighth wonder of the world, Milford Sound, is tucked within the Fiordland National Park down south of New Zealand.
Take a Picturesque Walk. Capture the beauty of the southern gem in one frame via Roys Peak. This trail starts near Wanaka and reaches up to 1,500 metres high.
Hop on Golden Beaches. Find your tropical wonderland along the shores of Abel Tasman Park. This unspoilt paradise lies at the tip of the South Island and is accessible by boat or foot. If you’re lucky, you can catch bioluminescent planktons that produce a stunning light show at night.
Swim with Dolphins. A few miles off the coast of Kaikoura Island, you can find a haven for Dusky Dolphins. This type of dolphin is among the smallest ones in the world, as it stands at two metres long.
Watch the Whales at Kaikoura. Kaikoura boasts a vibrant marine life amidst rustic coastlines and snow-capped mountain peaks. During winter, you can spot massive pods of Humpback whales migrating to Antarctica. Meanwhile, summer is the best time for sightseeing orcas. Throughout the year, it’s easy to catch sight of sperm whales waddling along the Kaikoura Canyon.
Visit Penguins and Alba- trosses. Enter the realm of tiny penguins and ma- jestic albatrosses in the Royal Albatross Centre in the Otago Peninsula. This peninsula is also home to the world’s smallest penguin, the Little Blue Penguin.
Capture the Southern Lights. The Southern Lights, also called aurora australis, paints the sky in luminous shades of green and pink. These lights dance around the sky and create stunning reflections that will leave you speechless.
Go Stargazing. Observe the dazzling constella- tions at Lake Tekapo, or if you prefer a relaxing evening, some lodgings offer open-air hot tubs where you can peacefully stare at the jewels of the universe.
Take on a Bungy Jump. Bring your adventurous soul to new heights with the Nevis Bungy Jump in Queenstown. With a staggering 134 metres, it’s the highest Bungy attraction in New Zealand.
Soak in a Hot Spring. For a luxurious bath like no other, head to the Onsen Hot Pools, a must- try activity in Queenstown. It features outdoor hot tubs surrounded by a scenic garden. Cleanse your body and mind while gazing at the spectac- ular cliff view overlooking the Shotover River Canyon.
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