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12N/13D-100% Pure of NEW ZEALAND 2019

highlights

  • TRAVEL WITH BRAND, SAFE, SOUND & SECURED. SERVING TOURISM SINCE1983
  • LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEED & CHALLENGED, IF ANYONE ON THIS PLANET CAN MATCH OUR PRICE WITH SAME QUALITY, WE WILL CREDIT THE DOUBLE AMOUNT OF THEIR PRICE IN YOUR TOUR COST.   
  • ENJOY THE FREE RIDES – U – FLY RIDE (YOU CAN RIDE PLANE BY YOUR SELF) & JET BOAT RIDES FOR 25 MINUTES & RIDE 02 LUGERIDES.    
  • ENJOY 12 NIGHTS IN NEW ZEALAND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS   
  • ENJOY ACCOMMODATION IN 4* HOTEL IN NEWZEALAND.    
  • VISIT PLACES – BAY OF ISLAND, AUCKLAND, ROTORUA, TE ANUA, QUEENSTOWN, WANAKA, CHRISTCHURCH.   
  • ALL SIGHTSEEING PAID AS PER ITINERARY 
  • VISIT BOTH: NORTH AND SOUTH ISLAND AT EASE, NO RUSH TOUR   
  • SERVICES BY OUR INDIAN TOUR MANAGER & CHEF THROUGHOUT THE TOUR

Itinerary

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AUCKLAND – BAY OF ISLAND (227 km / 03 Hours)( DAY 1)
Arrive at Auckland Airport and proceed to Bay Of Island. Having a sum of 140 subtropical island this is located next to the country’s North Island. It is famous for it’s untouched natural beaches, fishing availability and Maori cultural artifacts. Arrive and check in the hotel, spend the night at Bay of Island.  (Meal: Dinner)
BAY OF ISLAND ( DAY 2)
After breakfast we leave to discover dolphins. We take a half day cruise and enter the famous Hole in the Rock to find other marine creatures, pass rocky outcrops, snady beaches and other island as we make our way out of the Cape Brett Lighthouse and Moto Kokako Island. Later in afternoon you can opt to do adventure activities like skydiving, jet ski, kayaking etc( optional), overnight at Bay of Island. (Meal: Breakfast /Lunch / Dinner)
BAY OF ISLAND – AUCKLAND( DAY 3)
After breakfast we leave for Auckland, a major city in the north of  New Zealand based around 2 Large harbours and in centre is the iconic Sky Tower giving an amazing view of Viaduct Harbor which is lined up with café and bars. Rest of the free for leisure and rest. Spend the night at Auckland. (Meal: Breakfast /Lunch / Dinner)
AUCKLAND – ROTORUA ( DAY 4)
After breakfast leave for Rotorua, Roto means lake and Rua meaning two. Also known as The Sulphur City . it is one place where the turbulence that caused the formation of New Zealand are more evident.it also consist of the second largest lake in the North island. Experience live fields of geothermal activity in this city built on the Volcanic Platue. Reach hotel and check in . after which wego for the amazing Polynesian Spa. One of its kind , a geothermal spa available exclusively at Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand. Stay the night at Rotorua.(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
ROTORUA( DAY 5)
Enjoy the delicious breakfast and leave for the Rainbow Spring, a zoo with a café. See the Agrodome Agriculture Show. A farm show with animal interaction and wool demonstration. After which we visit the Taupo volcanic zone of Rotorua, that is, Whakharewarewa Thermal Reserves. Overnight at Rotorua.  (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
ROTORUA( DAY 6)
After breakfast leave for  Huka Falls ata river Waikato that forms that forms lake Taupo. Then proceed for the green stick pool known as the Devil’s Pool a natural wonder. After which we leave for Champagne Pool and end the day by visiting the Lady Knox Geyser, named after Governor Uchter Knox’s daughter Lady Constance Knox. Spend the night at Rotorua.(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
ROTORUA – AUCKLAND( DAY 7)
After breakfast we leave for Auckland, the trade capital of New Zealand. Where we take tour of the Michael Josef Savage Memorial. Further take a drive to the Tamaki Drive to see amazing mbeaches and cross the Mission Bay and the Lady Bay and get a look of the magnificent properties of the riches. Next we drive through the two harbors of Mt. Eden – Waitemata and Manukau. And then leave for Skytower, built for telecommunications and bservations. Check in to the hotel in afternoon. Evening free for shopping and leisure activities, spend the night at Auckland.
AUCKLAND – QUEENSTOWN – TE ANUA( DAY 8)
Breakfast and then we board flight for Queenstown. After which we leave for Te Anau a town in Southland of New Zealand located on the Eastern shore of Lake Te Anauin Fiordland. Later check in the hotel and leave to visit Te Anua Glowworm Caves ( limestone caves) very important culturally and ecologically. Night at Te Anau. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
TE ANUA – MILFORD SOUND – QUEENSTOWN( DAY 9)
After breakfast we proceed to Milford Sound. Arrive at Milford Sound and hop on the red boat and enjoy the spectacular cruise of New Zealand, exploring its majestic waterways and seeing the Eglington Valley and homer tunnel to world Famous Milford sound. Witness the highest mountain MITRE peak rise directly from the ocean floor. Through your journey into the Tasman Sea spot seals and watch dolphins crossing you right over. Later we leave for the Queenstown which happens to be the adventure sports capital of the world. Second largest in central Otago and third largest in Otago this place is built around Lake Wakatipu and has spectacular view. After which we proceed to Mother of bungee at the Kawarau Bungee bridge. With Kawarau river’s clear water down and you jumping above, now that’s truly amazing. It isn’t over yet as we leave for a drive all the way to Historical Arrow town which came to existence during the gold rush. Check out! If you can find youself some gold nuggets at the arrow river. Later arrive at Queenstown and spend the night at the hotel.(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch andDinner)
QUEENSTOWN ( DAY 10)
After breakfast we leave to enjoy truly breath taking experience and view of riding the Skyline Gondola 450m above Queens town to bob’s peak and the skyline complex. From this point one can enjoy the natural beauty of the area, endless mountain ranges and lake view and also enjoy driving the Luge car and later enjoy the Jet boat. Famous specially for it’s 360 spin apart from it’s exclusive speed in the Lake Wakatipu. Speed so fast that it will give you a series thrill and hold on tight to the boat. Later day free for optional adventure activitie. Spend the night at Queenstown. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
QUEENSTOWN – WANAKA( DAY 11)
After Breakfast day proceed to Wanaka, a resort town on New Zealand's South Island, is set on the southern end of lake with views of snow capped mountains. Next up is the Puzzling world as the name suggest filled with illusion rooms and mazes this will definitely get you confused. We proceed next to U-Fly and fly over beautiful landscape and enjoy the beauty of nature , mountains and clear water of Lake Wanaka. This might be your first flight lesson and your chance to learn how to ride a plane. Overnight at Wanaka.(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
QUEENSTOWN – CHRISTCHURCH ( DAY 12)
After Breakfast Proceed to Christchurch & Enjoy Photoshop at Twizle which happens to be the largest town in the Mackenzie District, in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand's SouthIsland. Also enjoy the photoshop and visit the Lake Pukaki. It is one of the largest lakes running north-south along the northern edge of Mackenzie Basin on the South Island of New Zealand. Next is the visit to this beautiful lake on the southern end of the inland South Island of New Zealand – Lake Tekapo. Proceed to visit International Antarctica. A place filled with history of South Pole- Antarctica and the part Christchurch has played. Spend the night at Christchurch.(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at Indian Restaurant)
CHRISTCHURCH – RETURN JOURNEY( DAY 13)
After breakfast proceed to airport to board flight for Return Journey. Tour ends on arrival with sweet and happy memories.(Breakfast)

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The Cost is based on 15 Passengers. If the Particular tour is not containing the minimum no of pax. There is a possibility to ask for the additional cost or cancelling the tour. When the tour has less than 15 adults, there will be possibility of operating on a seat-in-coach basis. There will be certain sightseeing which will not be provided when the tour operates on a seat-in-coach basis, due to operational reasons.

passport & visa information

  • Original Passport with minimum 6 months validity (must attach old passports also) 
  • 3 years I.T. Returns (Personal) 
  • 3 years I.T. Returns (Company) If it is partnership / Pvt. ltd. Company 
  • 6 months latest bank statement/passbook (personal) 
  • 6 months latest bank statement/passbook (company) 
  • 2 Blank letter heads per VISA of the company duly signed, for visa purpose.
  • Shop & establishment license copy / Partnership deed / Memorandum copy 
  • Residence agreement copy 
  • Bonds / F.D. / Demat statement copies 
  • 4 Photographs per visa – size 35 x 45 mm white background, matt finish with 80% face coverage without Spectacles. 
  • IN case honeymooners -- mother and father passport copy, wedding card copy, joint photographs, no objection letter of parents of both parties.
  • FOR AUSTRALIA(If you are Transiting Australia) / NEW ZEALAND, ALL THE DOCUMENTS MUST BE DULY NOT ARISED with LION Mark clearly visible and not TRUE COPY.

FAQ's and other information

ABOUT THE COUNTRY 
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’ts Dos 
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.

Sockets & plugs

New Zealand uses 230V, 50Hz with socket and plug Type I.

TYPE I