A bustling city nestled beneath lush green hills and on the shores of one of the world’s most beautiful harbors.
This is Wellington, New Zealand’s capital city and a superb location for a breathtaking urban adventure. As the hub of New Zealand arts and culture, Wellington’s thriving central city district provides endless entertainment.
The national museum, Te Papa, is majestically positioned on the waterfront and offers an extensive insight into New Zealand history and culture. For movie buffs, a tour of the Lord of the Rings filming sites is a must and a ride on the historic cable car to the botanic gardens will be loved by young and old. The vibrant inner city is a shopper’s dream, and at night it comes alive with world-class restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Wellington’s strong theatre culture means you’ll find live shows and concerts on every night of the week.
Wellington’s waterfront between downtown and the golden sands of Oriental Bay is a popular recreational destination. Walking or rollerblading the coastal tracks or kayaking along the beautiful coastline is the perfect way to take in the sensational views. Alternatively, you can lap up the great scenery and atmosphere from one of the many waterfront cafes.

INCLUSIONS

  • Accommodation for 3 nights in double occupancy
  • Return airport transfers
  • 1 dinner
  • Visits as per itinerary

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DAY 1WELLINGTON


Arrive into Wellington and transfer to your hotel with the rest of the day at leisure
Accommodation for 3 nights: Travelodge Wellington (or similar)
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DAY 2 WELLINGTON


Today you are booked on an unforgettable journey around the city’s dramatic highlights where you will travel around the earthquake-scarred South Coast, enjoy views of the harbor from the top of Mount Victoria and ride the steep cable car up to an incredible far-reaching panorama. Visit the magnificent Parliament buildings and the famous Beehive and see the gorgeous timber-built Old St. Paul’s Cathedral. Visit the National Museum of Te Papa and experience the extraordinary mix of Maori and European history amid the nation’s natural and cultural treasures. As part of the day tour guests will savour a delicious lunch at one of the excellent local cafes; a one hour hosted tour of Te Papa and a one hour hosted tour inside the Parliament buildings.
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Day 3 WELLINGTON


Today is at leisure to explore the many shops and cafes in the area until it’s time for your night tour of Zealandia The Karori Sanctuary where you will discover the story of New Zealand’s natural history and conservation movement with a brand new world-class interactive exhibition. Afterwards, your guide will lead you on a torch lit expedition into the world’s first fenced urban wildlife sanctuary in search of the rate sights and sounds of New Zealand’s native bush.

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