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Pre-tour - February 11th -
Arrive into Auckland International Airport and take the day to rest up and get adjusted
to the time change at our airport accommodation. We will meet at here the following morning to start the tour.

Day 1 - February 12th - Our tour starts out this morning at our Auckland Airport Hotel and then we immediately
head north and onto the
Northland or Aupori Peninsula. Our first stop will be at Sheepworld at Warkworth where
we join a live demonstration that begins with the sheepdogs rounding up the sheep, which are then sorted and shorn. Their
experienced presenters are full of facts and explain what's happening throughout. You'll also learn how they train the dogs,
farm their sheep, and use the wool to make amazing products! We will take some time to look around and then have
Afternoon Tea in the Café. This afternoon we visit Whangeirai Falls at Whangeirai Scenic Reserve. The Classic
Curtain Waterfall
is part of the Hatea River and one of New Zealand Must See Waterfalls! The picturesque
waterfall is almost 90 feet high and falls over basalt cliffs. The two viewing platforms above the waterfall give spectacular
views of the falls and a birds eye view of the forest below. We then continue further north to
Kerikeri and our
Welcoming Dinner and Overnight Kerikeri. (B,L,D)

Day 2 -
This morning we head even further north onto the Aupouri Peninsula to take in all of its delights. We will travel
to the
Furthest Northerly Point of New Zealand at Cape Reinga. The Māori People believe that at Cape Reinga,
“the place of the leaping”, the spirits of the departed leap from an
800-Year-Old Pohutukawa Tree on the windswept
cape to begin the voyage back to their final resting place in the ancestral homeland of
Hawaiki. While here we will visit the
Cape Reinga Lighthouse where the currents of the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean meet in a foaming swell of
broken water over the
Columbia Bank. On a clear day you can see Three Kings Islands on the distant horizon. To the
west is
Cape Maria Van Dieman and Motuopao Island. We will also stop at the beautiful beach at stunning
Tapotupotu Bay where we will enjoy a Picnic Lunch before starting our journey back to Kerikeri. We will make a few
stops along the way including
Waianiwaniwa or Rainbow Falls. You will have the evening free in Kerikeri. Overnight
Kerikeri. (B,L)

Day 3 -
We will head back toward Auckland going down the middle of the Aupouri Peninsula with our first stop being The
Bay of Islands Vintage Railway
, unique in that it is the only working railway in New Zealand where the trains travel
down a
State Highway and right through the middle of a busy town! The vintage train uses diesel locomotives as far as the
Long Bridge – the Longest Curved Wooden Bridge in the Southern Hemisphere. It is also the home of the world
Hundertwasser Toilets! We will stop in Whangarei to find some lunch before we continue on our way. This
afternoon we stop at
Te Hana Te Ao Marama Māori Cultural Centre where we will have a Personally Guided
. On the tour we will be taken back to the time of their beautiful Princess Te Hana 300 years ago. We will hear their
stories and customs that have been handed down by the elder.  We will walk through the palisades and hear how the Maori
defended their fort vigorously from their attackers. We then make our way to the outskirts of Auckland where we find
dinner waiting.
Dinner and Overnight Auckland. (B,L,D)

Day 4 -
Today will be spent in Auckland, the biggest Polynesian City in the world, and this cultural influence is reflected
in many different aspects of city life. The city stretches over volcanic hills, sitting between the twin
Waitemata and
Manukau Harbours
. Often known as The City of Sails, Auckland has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the
world. With so many bays, beaches and islands, glistening waters seem to beckon from every point. The iconic
Sky Tower
has views of
Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafés. Auckland Domain, the city’s
oldest park, is based around an extinct volcano and home to the formal
Wintergardens. Near Downtown, Mission Bay
has a seaside promenade. We will join an Auckland City Tour and then you can find some lunch on your own and
enjoy the city at leisure until we meet up for a
Private Auckland Harbour Dinner Cruise. Marvel at the City Night
Lights and Auckland Harbour Bridge Light Display
from the luxurious comfort of our fully licensed Luxury Yacht
Charter. Dinner and Overnight Auckland. (B,D)

Day 5 -
Leaving the big city behind we head to the Coromandel Peninsula stopping first at the Pukorokoro Miranda
Shorebird Centre
. The amazing annual migrations of Bar-tailed Godwits, nearly half the world population of Wrybill,
whirling flocks of thousands of shorebirds, the rare geology of shell bank cheniers, the nature  and rhythms of the estuary –
these are just some of the features of the
Miranda Coast. These and other stories are told at the Miranda Shorebird
on the Firth of Thames. We will stop for lunch before we travel through the Coromandel Forest Park to the
Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve. Also known as Cathedral Cove Marine Reserve, it runs from the northern
end of
Hahei Beach to Cook Bluff Scenic Reserve. While here we will take an Ocean Leopard Explorer
Cathedral Cove Boat Tour
. We will explore 12 kilometers of rugged volcanic coastline visiting nearby islands, stunning
beaches, including
Lonely Bay, Cooks Beach, Hahei and the spectacular Cathedral Cove where Prince Caspian
(Chronicles of Narnia)
was filmed. We will venture across the Te Whanganui-A-Hei Marine Reserve where you’ll
observe an abundance of marine and bird life. Get up close and personal with towering pinnacles, giant blowholes and huge
sea caves including
Orua Sea Cave, one of the largest in NZ and only accessible by boat. We then make our way to our
accommodation before dinner.
Dinner and Overnight Whitianga. (B,L,D)

Day 6 -
This morning we head south down the Coromandel Peninsula to the Gateway at Paeroa and the Bullswool
Farm Heritage Park
. Home to three generations of the family, the farm has a diverse and interesting array of
Rarebreed Farm Animals, Working Farm Museums and an award-winning Native Bird Reserve. There is so
much to see, do, explore and learn on a farm that offers an authentic taste of
Kiwi Farm Life, and is one of New Zealand's
most beloved and iconic rural experiences. The friendly animals of Bullswool Farm include; miniature horses, emus, goats,
alpacas, llamas, deer, paint horses, kune-kune pigs, miniature cattle, rabbits, rare breed chickens, ducks, pheasants,
coloured sheep and donkeys. We will stop in
Paeroa for lunch before we continue our journey to Hobbiton Village. We
will have a private event with a
Fully Guided Tour of the Movie Set. We will be immersed in the natural beauty of
Middle-Earth's famous movie sets as seen in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies movies. Our guide will
escort us around the set, showing us the intricate detailing, pointing out the most famous locations and explaining how the
movie magic was made. We will be taken around the set, past
Hobbit Holes, the Mill and finally into the famous Green
Dragon Inn
, where you can indulge in exclusive, specially brewed beverages offering a taste of Middle-Earth. Dinner and
Overnight Tauranga on the Bay of Plenty. (B,L,D)

Day 7 -
This morning we make our way to Whakarewarewathe Living Māori Village. We will experience the warmth
Māori Culture on a Guided Village Tour. Following our tour The Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao People who have
a proud history of song and dance spanning over a century will give a performance of traditional song and dance, and we will
experience the fearsome
Haka up-close. After lunch in Rotorua you may want to do some shopping as much of the work in
Rotorua’s Art Galleries and Boutiques is inspired by the area’s rich local Maori culture and history. Rotorua is also known for
its locally sourced beauty products – the geothermal elements of the region work wonders in face masks and skincare. You
may also want to stop at the famous
Lady Jane’s Ice Cream Parlour on Eat Street at the lake end of Tutanekai
t. Then prepare for the perfect fantasy experience with the thrills of a Jet Boat Ride along with the serenity of New
Zealand’s untouched nature while having an adventure of squeezing through
Tight Rock Passages and the refreshment of
dipping in a
Mystical Hot Spring Waterfall! We will see for ourselves why the native New Zealand Maori once fought
over these mystical lands and fantasy-like caves surrounded by overhanging ferns. Then we are back to Tauranga where
you have the evening free to find some dinner on your own.
Overnight Tauranga. (B,L)

Day 8
- This morning we leave Tauranga behind and take in more of the coast along the Bay of Plenty. Our first stop will
Whakatane which is the Kiwi Capitol of the World! Whakatane is also the Sunshine Capitol of New Zealand
Ōhope Beach a wonderful place for a stroll! From here we turn inland and head toward Lake Taupō, in the
Caldera of the Taupo Volcano. It is the largest lake by surface area in New Zealand. On the way we will stop at
Waimangu for a Lake Rotomahana Boat Cruise exploring this amazing, natural environment that has been unaltered
by man since its creation in 1886 and is the youngest of New Zealand's large, naturally formed lakes and also one of its
deepest. We will stop for lunch before making or way to
Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, one of 20 most surreal
places in the world! Sculptured out of volcanic activity and thousands of years in the making, Wai-o-Tapu Thermal
Wonderland is considered to be New Zealand’s most colourful and diverse geothermal sightseeing attraction and one of the
most extensive
Geothermal Systems in New Zealand! From here it is just a short distance to our accommodation
where we get checked in before dinner.
Dinner and Overnight Taupō. (B,L,D)

Day 9 -
We will spend the day making a circuitous route around Lake Taupō today from our accommodation in Taupō. We
will explore the lake thoroughly from on land and from the water with a boat tour around the scenic
Western Bays of
Lake Taupō
to see the huge Māori Rock Carving at Mine Bay. In the late 1970s master carver Matahi Whakataka-
carved a likeness of Ngatoroirangi, a Visionary Māori Navigator who guided the Tūwharetoa and Te
Arawa Tribes
to the Taupō area over a thousand years ago. He also carved two smaller figures of Celtic Design, which
depict the
South Wind and Ngatoroirangi stopping the south wind from freezing him. Several individual carvings each
have their own story and meaning. We will
Lunch in Taupō before visiting Huka Falls, a thunderous waterfall where
nearly a quarter of a million litres of water bursts through a natural gorge. The giant torrent of blue water is a testament to
the power of nature. We will visit the falls via a short walking track to a viewing platform. We then continue our journey
down the west side of the lake to
Turangi where we will stop before continuing up the east side and back to Taupō where
you can find some dinner on your own.
Overnight Taupō. (B,L)

Day 10
- This morning we start our journey to Napier driving through the Kaweka Forest Park. Along the way we will
stop at
Waipunga Falls alongside Waiarua Falls, two of the more dramatic waterfalls located on the Waipunga
. We then continue to Hawke's Bay, the Oldest Wine Region in New Zealand and the second largest. The
climate is maritime and similar to
Bordeaux making it New Zealand's leading producer of full-bodied red wines. The area
also specializes in rich, complex
Chardonnays. We will make some great stops along the way to the Eskdale where we
stop at
Linden Estate Winery. We will have Lunch in the Restaurant before taking a Tour of the Winery. The
winery was established in 1971 by the
Van der Linden Family and is the first winery as you arrive into Hawke's Bay
making it  the ideal place to begin any wine tasting experience.  Their cellar door is elevated above the surrounding vines,
providing a wonderful vista across the valley floor to the wooded hills in the background. The afternoon will end with taking
a moment to relax on the sunny balcony deck overlooking the valley and enjoy a glass of one of their truly exquisite

Hawke's Bay Wines
! After taking in all the delights of the winery, we continue the short drive into Napier where we get
settled in before dinner.
Dinner and Overnight Napier. (B,L,D)

Day 11 -
Today will be a down day and completely on your own to discover Napier on Hawke’s Bay which  is loved for its
Fabulous Art Deco Architecture, Lush Wineries, Award-Winning Food, Beautiful Beaches, Sheltered
Coastal Plains
and a mild, sunny climate make this a must-visit corner of New Zealand. This English Seaside Resort
has street after street of stunning and beautifully-restored
Art Deco Buildings that have made Napier famous as one of
the most complete collections of
Art Deco Buildings in the World! We have arranged for you to take a Napier Art
Deco Vintage & Classic Car Tours
while in the city. You’ll be met your driver, in Art Deco costume, who will provide a
fascinating commentary as you are driven in style, through Napier and surrounding areas.  You’ll learn about the earthquake
that destroyed the city, hear stories of the people that led the rebuild, and discover the Art Deco style.  En route you will
stop at the majestic
Napier Municipal Theatre - a unique experience available through Art Deco Trust only, where you
will get to have a look inside the beautiful interior. Then on to
Ahuriri where you will visit one of the most photographed
buildings in New Zealand, the
National Tobacco Company building. Then get rested up for the second half of the tour.
Overnight Napier. (B)

Day 12 -
Today is all about Great Scenic Viewpoints combined with great tastes of Chocolate, Cider and Wine in
and around Napier. Our first adventure will be a drive up
Bluff Hill Lookout, formerly the site of an artillery battery with
a sweeping vantage point surveying the area's coastal scenery. Upon reaching the top we'll be rewarded with a panorama
over Hawke's Bay, the surrounding hills, and the city's working port-one of the country's busiest. We then journey south past
Hastings and Haveloch North to Te Mata Peak, a must see when visiting Hawke's Bay and Napier. Once at the peak,
you will be able to get out and enjoy one of the best views you will see in the North Island! We are then off to
Winery for a Gourmet Picnic with Wine Pairings
. As cider has become very popular in New Zealand we would be
very remiss not to visit
Zeffer Cider where we can try everything from their  original Crisp Apple Cider and classic
Apple Crumble Cider to limited seasonal releases like Guava & Lime Infused Cider. As we head back into Napier our
final stop is
Silky Oak Chocolates where we have a Double Chocolate Delight Tour with a selection of their delicious
chocolates while learning all about the chocolate making process and viewing the chocolate factory in action through the
viewing window.
Dinner and Overnight Napier. (B,L,D)

Day 13 -
This morning we head south along the coast from Napier to Te Awanga to take an Overland Gannet Safari
Tour to Cape Kidnappers
. On our tour we will journey from coast to cape, to the world’s largest most accessible
Gannet Colony in beautiful Hawke’s Bay New Zealand where we will watch champion seabirds soar, swoop, dance and
dive right before our eyes! An adventure in itself, we will safari in style and comfort over picturesque
Cape Kidnappers
traversing riverbeds, broad rolling pastures, steep gullies and the most breathtaking views of Hawke’s Bay and
beyond taking in an untouched paradise for wildlife including gannets and a predator free space for kiwi birds and other
rare birds to roam. We then stop for
Afternoon Tea at Oruawharo Homestead and Gardens. Taking tea at
Oruawharo is the opportunity to participate in the gentry lifestyle of founders Sydney and Sophia Johnston and the busy
social life that characterised the homestead in their day. After tea we will explore the
40 acres of Gardens, Parkland,
Trees and Fields
, much of it bearing the legacy of original owner Sydney Johnston. An avid arborist, he replicated the
parklike landscape he’d seen around
Stately English Homes, planting thousands of trees in a woodland behind the house.
We then make our way to
Palmerston North to get checked into our accommodation before dinner. Dinner and
Overnight Palmerston North. (B,L,D)

Day 14 -
This morning we are off to the Capitol of New Zealand, Wellington. Our first stop will be the Pūkaha
National Wildlife Centre
, an unfenced 2300 acre forest sanctuary for native wildlife home to the Wild Kōkako and
, Here their aviaries breed endangered birds that are then released all across New Zealand. We will have a Tour
of the Sanctuary with a Ranger
on gentle tracks through the towering bush, viewing a variety of New Zealand wildlife.
After some time to wander on your own, you will have some time to find some lunch at the
Kākā Café. We are then off to
Wellington to get checked into our accommodation before we are out to
Weta Cave Workshop Tour with Dinner at
, the Roxy Cinema’s iconic restaurant. At our workshop we will discover how Weta Workshop brings imaginary
worlds to life through physical effects and movie-making magic from
The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit to Avatar
and District 9
. We will learn about props, costumes and creatures created for your favourite films and interact with cool
stuff from their creative departments and catch an artist at work on the tour stage. We then dine among incredible artworks,
movie memorabilia, and sculptures showcasing Weta Workshop talent, The evening will conclude with a night drive back to
Dinner and Overnight Wellington. (B,D)

Day 15 -
Surrounded by nature and fuelled by creative energy, Wellington is a compact city with a powerful mix of culture,
history, nature and cuisine that includes strong coffee and world-class craft beer.
Wellingtonians are masters of casual
dining, with plenty of great restaurants, night markets and food trucks. So the best way to experience some of what
Wellington has to offer is on a
Taste of Wellington Food and Spice Odyssey Tour. We will discover the wonders of
Finest Foods, Spices and Cocktails on offer around this beautiful and cultural city. Our expert guide will take us off
the beaten track to experience a variety of taste sensations, where we will discover the hidden gems usually only
experienced by the locals in Wellington. A special treat of being taken around the nooks and crannies of specialty food and
spice stores and quirky cocktail bars. After our tour you will have the rest of the afternoon free to explore the city and the
evening free to take in one of the many eateries we learned about today. This afternoon you may want to join locals and
visitors alike in a historic trip on the
Wellington Cable Car. For over a hundred years passengers have enjoyed the
dramatic views of this growing cityscape and the surrounding hills that define
Wellington's Harbour. It offers a
charming escape from the busy city streets to the tree lined walkways of the
Botanic Gardens. Overnight
Wellington. (B,L)

Day 16 -
We leave Wellington behind this morning as we travel up the west coast to Whanganui for a beach day! Today
will be mostly about scenery as we travel the
Coastal Route with Cook Strait on one side of us with its many beautiful
beaches and viewpoints, and the lush forests of
Akatarawa and Tararua on the other side of us. We will stop at
Paraparaumu Beach, a sunny coastal town with lots to see and do. From here you can see across to Kapiti Island,
home to a nature reserve. Other beaches along this coastline are
Peka Peka, Te Horo, Otaki, Hokio, Waitarere and
and we will explore them at our leisure. We will through some retail therapy in as well as there are wonderful
shopping experiences along the way including
Levana Merino Knit Fabrics, Orenjehof Dutch Village in Foxton,
Yard Art and the Wee Village of Bulls
with its choice of upmarket shops and cafés, arts, giftware, antiques & unique
shops. We will be able to get lunch along the way at the
Dutch Oven or Millside Café when we stop in Foxton. We then
continue our northward journey to our accommodation to get checked in before dinner.
Dinner and Overnight
Whanganui. (B,L,D)

Day 17 -
Today will be spent in the Taranaki, a coastal and mountainous region on the western side of the island. With its
Picture Perfect Mount Taranaki and the enchanting sea, there are ample opportunities to explore, discover and
experience. Our first experience will be
Puketarata Garden, a Garden of International Significance. The Large
Country Garden is sensitively contoured across a hillside with a backdrop if
Mount Taranaki and inland views including
the adjacent 400 year old
Puketarata Pa, a fortified settlements with palisades and defensive terraces. Skilled blending of
a diverse range of native and exotic plants is a particular focus through the various garden rooms creating a garden which
sits well in the landscape. We will stop in
New Plymouth for Lunch before driving through the Goblin Forest on
Mount Taranaki's
middle slopes. It takes its name from the gnarled shape of the trees and the thick swathes of trailing
moss you encounter before reaching the
Viewing Platform where you can really take in the glorious sight of New
Zealand's most perfectly formed volcano! The symmetrical volcanic cone rises from sea level to 8,260 feet. After thoroughly
exploring the mountain we return to New Plymouth to check into our accommodation before dinner.
Dinner and
Overnight New Plymouth. (B,L,D)

Day 18 -
We are up early this morning for a full day as our adventure continues in Waitomo and the Waitomo District
of the Waikato.
We will stop to take the Omaru Falls Walk, a gentle half hour walk taking in bush surrounds home to
native ferns and rimu, and crosses farmland before reaching the stunning 140 feet cascading
Omaru Waterfall. We then
make our way to
Waitomo Village to visit the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, known as one of New Zealand’s best
natural attraction. We will take a boat ride through the
Glow Worm Grotto, marvel at thousands of magical glowworms
and become part of over 130 years of cultural and natural history while marveling at
Mother Nature’s Light Display as
we glide silently through the starry wonderland of the Glowworm Grotto. After you find some lunch in Waitomo
Hot Water Beach
. Make sure you have your swim trunks for one of New Zealand’s best kept secrets! We will head to
Ocean Beach in Kawhia and clamber over the sand dunes and stroll down onto the beach and start digging for an instant
natural hot water spa, with stunning views to match! Our next stop is
Bridal Veil Falls, a 175 feet plunge waterfall located
along the
Pakoka River just south of Raglan. The Wairēinga/Bridal Veil Falls walk is an easy 10 minute walk through
native bush, following the Pakoka River for most of the way, to two viewing platforms at the top, both providing stunning
vistas of the plunging white falls flanked by grey rock and green bush.
Dinner and Overnight Raglan. (B,L,D)

Day 19 -
This morning we make our way to Hamilton. The city of Hamilton is located on the banks of the mighty
Waikato River, which is best appreciated from one of the scenic riverside walks or boat cruise. So we will do just that as
we experience the beauty and tranquil water of the Waikato River on the
Waikato River Explorer. We will have our own
Private River Cruise with Lunch through the city of Hamilton with it’s Riverside Art, Riverside Homes, Century-
Old Bridges
and alongside landing sites for both Māori and Early European Settlement of the region in the 1860s.
After our lunch cruise we visit
Hamilton Gardens. Visitors are guided on a journey of discovery along paths delivering
mysterious surprises: step from a peaceful
Sung Dynasty Chinese Scholar’s Garden into an Italian Renaissance
, before being enthralled by the grandeur of the Indian Char Bagh (four quartered) Garden. There is also
English Flower Garden, Modernist Garden, Japanese Garden of Contemplation and a Herb and
Kitchen Garden
. After exploring Hamilton at your leisure you will have the rest of the afternoon to explore Raglan before
dinner. Raglan has an entertaining mix of cafés, bars, surf shops and galleries and its residents are full of character! It is both
a surfing mecca and a dramatically scenic area of
Black Sand Coastline. Overnight Raglan. (B,L,D)

Day 20 -
Today we will explore the Sunshine Coast on our way back to Auckland. Our first stop will be the Glenbrook
Vintage Railway
where we take a 10 mile nostalgic trip back in time through beautiful rural countryside to the historic
town of
Waiuku on the Manukau Harbour aboard a steam train and experience the authentic recreation of a bygone
era in a luxury
First Class Parlour Car. After our train excursion we will explore more of Waiuku, a country town nestled
on the tidal Waiuku River that flows into the large Manukau Harbour. We will
Stop for Lunch at the Kentish Hotel,  
New Zealand's longest continuously licensed pub before we will drive to the far end where we visit to the
140 Year Old
Historical Manukau Heads Lighthouse
, jutting out from the tip of the Awhitu Peninsula. The lighthouse is one of
only a few in New Zealand that are open to the public and has amazing views over Manukau Harbor. We then make our way
to our accommodation to get checked in before we gather for the last time together at a
Farewell Dinner. Dinner and
Overnight Near Auckland Airport. (B,L,D)

Day 21 - March 4th -
This morning we return you to the Auckland International Airport for the journey home.
North Island New Zealand
With Auckland, the Aupari Peninsula, the Coromandel Peninsula,
Bay of Plenty, Rotorua, Gisborne, Napier and Hawke's Bay,
Manawatu, Wanganui, Wellington,
Taranaki and Waikato.
February 12th - March 4th, 2023
Highlights include: Sheepworld at Warkworth, Whangeirai Falls, Furthest Northerly
Point of New Zealand at Cape Reinga, Cape Reinga Lighthouse, Waianiwaniwa Falls,
Bay of Islands Vintage Railway, Longest Curved Wooden Bridge in the Southern
Hemisphere, Te Hana Te Ao Marama Māori Cultural Centre, Auckland Dinner Cruise,
Pukorokoro Miranda Shorebird Centre, Cathedral Cove Boat Tour, Bullswool Farm
Heritage Park, Rotorua and Whakarewarewathe Living Māori Village, Hobbiton Village
Tour, Lake Taupō and the Māori Rock Carving at Mine Bay, Huka Falls, Hawke's Bay,
Linden Estate Winery, Napier Art Deco Vintage & Classic Car Tour, Te Mata Peak,
Zeffer Cider, Silky Oak Chocolates, Overland Gannet Safari at Cape Kidnappers,
Afternoon Tea at Oruawharo Homestead and Gardens, Pūkaha National Wildlife
Centre, Wellington and Weta Cave Workshop Tour, Taste of Wellington Food and Spice
Odyssey Tour, Taranaki Region and Mount Taranaki, Puketarata Garden, Waitomo
District of the Waikato, the Omaru Falls Walk, Waitomo Glowworm Caves, Kawhia Hot
Water Beach, Bridal Veil Falls, Waikato River Explorer Private River Cruise with
Lunch, Hamilton Gardens, Glenbrook Vintage Railway, Historical Manukau Heads
Lighthouse and more! This is a beautiful tour covering some of our very favourite stops
on South Island New Zealand. Relax in comfortable accommodations and take in all the
breathtaking beauty of this Island paradise.
Price includes 21 nights of accommodation, 15 dinners, 17 lunches and breakfast each
morning, all activities, sightseeing and entrance fees as listed in itinerary, all taxes, fees
and service charges. Guided minibus travel with airport pick up and drop off and
luggage handling. This tour is limited to just 12-14 people to provide an intimate and
more comfortable tour for you.
Our first ever 21 Day North Island New Zealand Discovery Tour. The insight we gather from guests on this tour will help us
to decide if we want to add this tour permanently to our schedule. We love Norway and although we are not yet as
knowledgeable as we are with the other countries we do tours of, we believe we have crafted an amazing itinerary. An
itinerary we are sure will have you falling in love with Norway just as much as we have. The present itinerary is subject to
change up to the time of departure to make sure that the itinerary flows smoothly and gives us the opportunity to share
New Zealand in the same way that we do with Scotland, Ireland, Wales, England, Norway and Tuscany.