Arrive at Auckland Airport and after clearing the Customs and immigrations, proceed to Bay of Island.
The Bay of Islands is a New Zealand enclave encompassing more than 140 subtropical islands next to the country's North Island.
It’s known for its undeveloped beaches, big-game fishing and Maori cultural artifacts. It's also home to the 19th- century whaling port of Russell, whose waterfront promenade is lined with remnants from its days as the country’sfirst colonial capital.
Arrive and check in Hotel. Overnight at Bay of Island.
After breakfast Take a half-day Bay of Islands cruise in search of dolphins and other marine life by entering the famous Hole in the Rock Cruise.
Slip through the famous 'Hole in the Rock' in New Zealand’s Northland during a 3- to 4-hour Bay of Islands cruise by high-speed catamaran. Pass rocky outcrops, sandy beaches and an array of islands as you make your way out to the Cape Brett Lighthouse, and Moto Kokako Island. During warmer months, you’ll make an island stopover on Urupukapuka.
Later in the afternoon you have time to do some adventurous activities like(Optional)sky diving, Jet Ski, Kayaking etc.
After Breakfast leave for Auckland and Check in Hotel / Similar.
Auckland, based around 2 large harbours, is a major city in the north of New Zealand’s North Island. In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes.
After breakfast proceed to Rotorua – the Sulphur City.
The name Rotorua comes from Maori. Roto means lake and Rua means two. It has second largest lake in North Island. Rotorua is one place where the turbulent forces that formed New Zealand are most evident.
This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively fields of geothermal activity.
Arrive and check in Hotel.
Later we enjoy the Polynesian Spa, Polynesian Spa is a developed geothermal spa facility in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand.
The Huka Falls are a set of waterfalls on the Waikato River that drains Lake Taupo in New Zealand. A few hundred meters upstream from the Huka Falls, the Waikato River narrows from approximately 100 meters across into a canyon only 15 meters across.
Later Proceed to Devil’s Pool, this neon green pool of stagnant stink water is a natural wonder.
Visit Champagne Pool, is a prominent geothermal feature within the Waiotapu geothermal area in the North Island of New Zealand.
Visit lady Knox Geyser, It is named after Lady Constance Knox, the second daughter of Uchter Knox, 15th Governor of New Zealand.
After Breakfast, proceed once again to visit the City of Sails and the trade capital of New Zealand, Auckland.
Arrive and take Orientation tour of Auckland where you shall visit Michael Josef Savage Memorial and the memories of wonderful Auckland in your cameras.
Further drive down through Tamaki drive to see the spectacular beaches of Auckland passing through the Mission Bay and upwards to the Ladies bay to have a glimpse of the magnificent properties of the riches of New Zealand.
Later drive through the city to visit the Center most point of Auckland, Mt. Eden, where you shall capture the most scenic views of all round area of Auckland and both the harbors- Waitemata & Manukau.
Later visit Sky tower, The Sky Tower is a telecommunications and observation tower in Auckland, New Zealand.
Late afternoon check in at Hotel. Evening is free for shopping and leisure activities, overnight at Auckland.
After breakfast proceed to Auckland Airport to Board flight for Queenstown.
Arrive Queenstown and proceed to Te Anau. Te Anau is a town in the Southland region of the South Island of New Zealand. It is on the eastern shore of Lake Te Anau in Fiordland. Lake Te Anau is the largest lake in the South Island and second only within New Zealand to Lake Taupo.
Arrive and check in at Hotel.
Later we visit the Te Anua Glowworm Caves, culturally and ecologically important system of limestone caves on the western shore of Lake Te Anau, in the southwest of New Zealand. Later return back to Hotel.
Travel through the spectacular Eglington valley and homer tunnel to world famous Milford sound. Upon arrival, board your red boat vessel for a spectacular cruise in Nz’s most famous waterway to explore the wonder of this majestic fjord. Enjoy a cruise on the famous sound.
Later proceed to Queenstown. Queenstown is the adventure Sports Capital of the world.It the largest center in Central Otago, and the third largest in Otago. It is built around Lake Wakatipu, and has spectacular views of nearby mountains. It has an estimated resident population of 10,416.
Proceed to Mother of Bungee, the world famous Kawarau Bungee Bridge. Gather some of the inner strength to take a plunge above the Clear waters of Kawarau River and feel the adrenaline (Optional).
After bungee drive to the Historical Arrow town, this came into existence on the world map during the gold rush period. Check your luck if you can find some GOLD NUGGETS at the Arrow river.
Later arrive Queenstown and check in Hotel. Overnight at Queenstown.
After Breakfast enjoys the truly unique experience of riding the famous Skyline Gondola 450m above Queenstown to bob’s peak and the skyline complex. Enjoy breathtaking views of lake and mountains from every point. Here you can also induce your young instinct to drive Luge car, which they say once is never enough and it stands true to the experience.
Later Enjoy for Jet Boat, Filled with speed, thrills and even more of those famous 360 degree spins. Hold on as we race faster than ever before down Lake Wakatipu. We will get you up close a nd personal with the lakes edge, skimming past trees and any obstacles in our way and be sure to hold on to your hats as we navigate under not one, but two bridges at speed. Later afternoon, free for optional adventure activities in town, overnight at Queenstown.
After Breakfast day proceed to Wanaka, a resort town on New Zealand's South Island, is set on the southern end of its namesake lake with views of snowcapped mountains.
Visit Puzzling World, Attraction featuring a multi-level outdoor maze, optical illusion rooms & a cafe with table puzzles.
Visit U-Fly, flight over the beautiful mountains and crystal clear Lake Wanaka offers the finest alpine scenery in the South Island of New Zealand. This may be your first flight lesson - YOUR chance to fly the plane will be an incredible highlight of your holiday. Rated as the #1 must do activity, you will be assisted with an experienced and friendly flight instructor.
After breakfast proceed to the Sea World, a world beyond your wildest dreams, adventure and action, it’s as much fun as you can fit into one day at sea world. Experience the rides of a life time on a mono rail, the free fall waterslide of the rapids ride, just to name a few.
See miraculous acts performed in the whale, dolphin and sea lion celebration, shiver as diver’s hand-feed sharks, stingrays and giant gropers at the shark encounter, and visit the world of the sea aquarium.
After breakfast proceed by deluxe coach to WARNER BROS. Movie World - the Hollywood on the gold coast.
Catch the “Kodak express” through huge sound and special effects stages. New and only at Warner bros. Movie world, the all - time blockbuster movie batman, comes alive.
Then fasten your seat belts inside the Warner bros. screening room where there are gremlins in the works or take a journey into fantasy with some of Hollywood’s most colorful legends on the Looney tunes studio tour.
After breakfast proceed to airport to board flight for Return Journey. Tour ends on arrival with sweet and happy memories.
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ABOUT THE COUNTRY (New Zealand) 1. When is the best time to visit New Zealand? You can visit New Zealand at any time of the year. Summer and winter temperatures vary by only about 10ºC over most of the country, making New Zealand an ideal holiday destination all year round. In summer there's plenty of sunshine, and activities in and around the water include rafting, snorkelling, diving and kayaking. You'll find snow on the mountains in winter and excellent skiing. Away from the mountains, New Zealand winters are mild and temperatures generally do not fall below freezing. 2. What is the climate like? New Zealand's seasons are the reverse of the Northern Hemisphere. This means that the warmest months are December, January and February, while the coldest are in June, July and August. Don't let cold months put you off - winters tend to be short and generally fairly mild. 3. What is the major currency used? The New Zealand dollar is the currency used across the country. 4. What clothes should I take? Dress is informal and relaxed on most occasions. Smart casual clothes are acceptable at most restaurants and night-spots. Men are generally not expected to wear suits and ties, except in a few of the top formal bars and restaurants in major cities. 5. What is New Zealand’s smoking policy? To protect people from the health effects of second-hand smoke, smoking in all hospitality venues, including bars, restaurants, cafes, and casinos, is prohibited in New Zealand. If you smoke, please remember to smoke outside. FAQS: POPULAR FOODS 6. Which are the popular dishes in New Zealand? Some of the popular dishes in New Zealand are Pavlova. Pavlova is a much-loved desert in New Zealand made with meringue, whipped cream and fruit. Jaffas are a confectionery favourite. Jaffas are small sugar-coated chocolate balls with an orange flavour to them. Hokey Pokey is the most popular ice cream in New Zealand. Spaghetti on toast is one more popular dish. Lamingtons are a sponge cake, coated in raspberry or chocolate and then sprinkled with shaved coconut. It’s common to cut them in half and fill them with cream or jam, but in most cases it’s simply eaten as is. A very popular snack enjoyed during morning or afternoon tea. 7. Is tipping necessary? Restaurant workers do not work only for tips in New Zealand, so do not feel obliged to leave a tip when paying your check. If the service was excellent, leaving a 10% gratuity is more than generous and your waiter or waitress will certainly appreciate it.Tipping taxi drivers in New Zealand is not a common practice. FAQS: ADVENTURE SPORTS & ACTIVITIES 8. What adventure experiences are available in New Zealand? Some adventure sports available in New Zealand are Sky Diving, Bungee Jumping, Jet Boating, Rafting, Zip Lining, Cannoning and skiing. Dos & Don’tsDos 1. Do wear sunscreen. 2. Do pay attention to the weather. 3. Do ask locals for help. Don’ts 1. Don’t smoke in public. 2. Don’t stand in the middle of the road to take pictures. 3. Don’t be disrespectful to Maoris or All Blacks. 4. Don’t feed seagulls.
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New Zealand uses 230V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type I.