INCLUSIONS

  • 15 night accommodation at 3* hotels in double occupancy
  • 2 dinners
  • Car rental for a duration of 16 days with Budget Rent A Car or similar
  • One way Interisland ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton
  • A Te Pō Hangi and concert in Te Puia
  • View of the spectacular lighting of the Whakarewarewa Geothermal Valley
  • Cruise to Onetahuti
  • Admission to West Coast Wildlife Centre
  • Skyline Queenstown, Gondola ride
  • Scenic cruise from Queenstown Bay to Walter Peak High Country Farm including a sheep shearing demonstration
  • Te Anau Glowworm Caves
  • Elm Wildlife Tours, Peninsula Encounter Tour

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DAY 1 AUCKLAND


Kia Ora and welcome to New Zealand. After clearing customs and collecting your luggage, proceed to the Budget rental car desk to complete your car rental paperwork before travelling to downtown Auckland.
Accommodation: Auckland for 1 night
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DAY 2 AUCKLAND - COROMANDEL


(Approximately 180kms)
Depart Auckland and travel along the Pacific Coast Highway to the Coromandel region. The Coromandel Peninsula is one of New Zealand’s favourite summertime spots with endless beaches, coves and bush
walkways.
COROMANDEL PENINSULA – the Peninsula juts out from the South Auckland coastline to separate the Hauraki Gulf from the Bay of Plenty. Deep in the bush lie abandoned mining machinery, old kauri water dams, and timber milling equipment. The Peninsula is full of contrasts – the sea lapping on quiet golden beaches, or crashing onto jagged rocks at the bottom of a steep cliff. Farmland is fertile in some places, and in other areas has reverted to manuka and gorse.
Accommodation: Tairua for 1 night
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DAY 3 COROMANDEL - ROTORUA


(Approximately 250kms)
Before departing this morning for Rotorua, you may wish to enjoy a refreshing dip in the surf or visit one of the many picturesque spots the Coromandel has to offer.
ROTORUA – located on a volcanic plateau, and formerly a spa town, Rotorua is most famous for its geothermal activity. Rotorua is the main place in New Zealand where aspects of Maori traditions can be seen, from wood carvings, and meeting houses, to a Hangi dinner and Maori dances. Native introduced tree species abound locally and combined with several picturesque lakes, Rotorua is a fascinating mix of culture and nature.
Accommodation: Rotorua for 2 nights

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