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Exploring New Zealand New Zealand's North & South Islands tour
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Exploring New Zealand New Zealand's North & South Islands

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Some walking over short or flat distances. Some trips may include cycling options. Some are wheelchair friendly (check for individual trips). Some cruises. Easy
Lodging Level: 3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards. Premium - 4 star
24 days
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Highlights

  • Experience an authentic Hangi dinner and learn about Maori culture.
  • Enjoy a tasting and lunch at one of New Zealand's wineries.
  • Cruise through the Bay of Islands’ famous Hole in the Rock.
  • Get to know a local New Zealand family during a memorable authentic experience of dinner and the choice of an overnight home stay.*
  • Visit spectacular Mt. Cook National Park, where permanent ice fields and glaciers blanket the ragged peaks.
  • Explore Te Puia, a Maori cultural and geothermal experience.
  • Enjoy intimate wine tastings in the famous Marlborough wine region.
  • Relish a breathtaking cruise through Milford Sound fjord.

Short Description

Explore New Zealand's many sides, including the geothermal landscape of Rotorua and the temperate glacial landscape of the Franz Josef Glacier.

Groups are between 25-60 people, typically ~30-40. Usually there will be many opportunities to split off and enjoy meals and excursions in smaller groups. This is the most economical way to travel, saving up to 40% versus booking the same itinerary yourself.
Trip Type Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
3 to 4 star western hotel equivalents. While not all lodging will be 'luxury' they will be quite comfortable by western standards.
Lodging Level Premium - 4 star
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Itinerary

Day 1 Auckland, New Zealand - Tour Begins

Your tour opens in Auckland, the “City of Sails,” consistently rated one of the best places in the world to live. Auckland’s Polynesian population instills into its chic atmosphere the vibrant feel of the Pacific Islands. This evening, join your fellow travelers for a welcome dinner.

Day 2 Auckland - Bay of Islands

Come to know the best of Auckland during a panoramic city tour featuring the America’s Cup Village, the War Memorial, bustling Queen Street, and the Auckland Harbour Bridge. Next, depart Auckland and travel north to the Bay of Islands, your home for the next two nights. This sun-soaked region boasts more than 144 islands and warm waters with abundant marine life. Visit the Waitangi Treaty House where Maori and British leaders signed the 1840 treaty establishing New Zealand as a nation.

Day 22 Christchurch - Tour Ends

Your adventure comes to a close, leaving you with many pleasant memories of a wonderful trip.

Day 3 Bay of Islands

We begin the day with a cruise that features the bay’s famous Hole in the Rock and a stop off at picturesque Urupukapuka Island. Relax on the beach or walk to a higher elevation to enjoy 360° views. Look out at the Cape Brett Lighthouse which stands nearly 500 feet above sea level at the edge of the Cape Brett Peninsula. The rest of the day is yours to independently explore Paihia – the quaint town known as “the jewel of the Bay of Islands.”

Day 4 Bay of Islands - Matakohe - Home Stay*

Leave the sparkling waters of the Bay of Islands behind and head to Matakohe in the heartland of the North Island. Make a stop at the Kauri Museum where you will come to know the stories surrounding the giant kauri tree that can live for 2,000 years. Discover how the early settlers used this abundant tree to build a life for themselves. Later, make yourself right at home when a New Zealand family welcomes you for the night!* This is sure to be an unforgettable experience as you make new friends, learn about the customs of the “Kiwis” and enjoy a home-cooked meal.

Day 5 Rotorua

Today, find yourself amid the dramatic geothermal landscape of Rotorua. With over one-third of its population boasting Maori roots, this city is known as the Maori capital of New Zealand. Visit Te Puia, New Zealand's premier Maori cultural and geothermal experience. The National Carving School and National Weaving School are located here, passing on age-old customs by teaching the tribal youth these traditional skills. Enjoy the chance to view the Kiwi bird and learn what is being done in an effort to remove this marvelous creature from the endangered species list. Tonight, experience an authentic Hangi dinner celebration where you learn about the warm-hearted Maoris and their lives before European colonists arrived in Aotearoa (New Zealand) and since. Enjoy an immersive experience featuring authentic entertainment such as the poi dance and the famous “Haka” war challenge.

Day 6 Rotorua - Napier

Journey into the Hawke's Bay region. After arriving in the city of Napier, which boasts some of the greatest Art Deco architecture in the world, enjoy a guided tour and learn why Napier took on such an eclectic design style. This afternoon, take advantage of time at leisure to stroll the oceanfront promenade and simply soak up the atmosphere.

Day 7 Napier - Wellington

Travel through the rolling countryside of the North Island. The rural vistas and the rugged Rimutaka Range slowly give way to Wellington, New Zealand's capital city.

Day 9 Wellington - Picton - Blenheim, Marlborough

Board a ferry and sail across Cook Strait. This has been called “the most beautiful ferry ride in the world.” Arrive in Picton on the South Island where you will have free time for lunch. Next, drive along the coast to the picturesque village of Havelock where you will have free time to enjoy the quaint colonial buildings in a town that bills itself as the “green-lipped mussel capital of the world.” Upon arrival in Blenheim, relax at your hotel before heading to a local winery where you will see the vineyard, enjoy a tasting, and dine at the cellar door bistro.

Day 10 Blenheim

The morning is yours to enjoy the town of Blenheim. Next, we continue our introduction to the world-famous wine region of Marlborough with a visit to another of the family-owned wineries in the region for a tasting and tour. The area is famous for its Chardonnays, Pinot Noirs, and late harvest Riesling wines, all of which you will taste today.

Day 11 Blenheim - Punakaiki

Today we drive through the heart of the South Island and further along the rugged coast to Punakaiki. Stop and gaze in wonder at the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and blowholes. Here columns of water shoot skyward from rocks that resemble giant stacks of hotcakes. Upon arrival at your hotel you will have free time to explore the area before dinner.

Day 12 Punakaiki - Franz Josef Region

We continue our journey along the stunning coastline. Our destination is the glacially carved landscape of the Franz Josef Region. Along the way, make a stop in Hokitiki to meet the skilled carvers who work with the West Coast pounamu – New Zealand greenstone – at a local jade shop.

Day 13 Franz Josef - Queenstown

Before departing Franz Josef – if the dynamic New Zealand weather cooperates – you may opt to see this beautiful glacier region from a bird’s-eye view during a flightseeing tour. En route to Queenstown, watch as the amazing landscape unfolds before your eyes as you pass through the rainforest, bordered by the Southern Alps and the twisting coastline. After crossing the Haast Pass, arrive in Queenstown, one of the country’s prettiest towns. Tonight is sure to be a highlight as you board the cable car for a ride up to the Skyline restaurant where you will enjoy dinner and fantastic views of Queenstown. After dinner this evening, the choice is yours! Take a seat at a cultural show; enjoy star gazing with a naturalist; or, if you are feeling more adventurous, give the luge a try!

Day 14 Queenstown

Set off for the beautiful 19th century gold rush settlement of Arrowtown. Take time to explore its quaint, historic streets. The Central Otago region is where some of New Zealand’s best wines are grown and produced. During a stop at a local winery, visit the underground storage cave – the largest in New Zealand – for a tasting of their award-winning wine. Follow this unforgettable experience with lunch at the winery’s fabulous restaurant. Later, return to Queenstown and enjoy some leisure time.

Day 15 Queenstown

A full day of leisure in Queenstown offers several options to enhance your dream trip. You may shop or people-watch in the village. Or, join the optional "Journey through Middle Earth" tour which takes you through the majestic Remarkable Mountains and the breathtaking Queenstown countryside showcasing many of the spots where The Lord of the Rings movies were filmed.

Day 16 Queenstown - Milford Sound - Te Anau

En route to Milford Sound, enjoy the rugged grandeur of the Hollyford Valley. You’ll travel through ancient beech forest via the Homer Tunnel. During a cruise of the breathtakingly beautiful Milford Sound you will see why this fjord is one of the most visited sights on the South Island. With rock faces that rise nearly 4,000 feet on either side, the scenery will take your breath away. Following your cruise, enjoy an overnight stay on the southern shores of Lake Te Anau, the largest lake on the South Island. Indulge in a special “Taste of Fiordland” dinner showcasing the bountiful local produce.

Day 17 Te Anau - Dunedin

Travel to Dunedin, on the southeast coast of New Zealand. One of the earliest European settlements on the islands, Dunedin holds proudly to its Scottish heritage and traditions. Visit the Royal Albatross Centre, the only mainland breeding location in the world for these magnificent birds. Their epic wingspan can reach nearly 10 feet!

Day 18 Dunedin

This morning's panoramic drive reveals Larnach Castle as well as Baldwin Street, the world’s steepest public road. Later you may choose to embark on an optional trip on the spectacular Taieri Gorge Railway; this line was begun in 1879 to serve the inland region of Otago and includes 10 tunnels and 35 bridges.

Day 19 Dunedin - Mt. Cook Region

The Maori word for Mt. Cook is Aoraki, which means “cloud piercer.” Journey through New Zealand’s unspoiled wilderness and arrive at Mt. Cook National Park, where permanent ice fields and glaciers blanket the ragged peaks. This is where famed New Zealand mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary honed his skills before conquering Everest. You may choose to take a nature walk, enjoy an optional glacier flightseeing tour (weather permitting) or simply meditate on the beauty of the Southern Alps.

Day 20 Mt. Cook - Christchurch

As you travel to Christchurch this morning, pause to pay a visit to a working farm. Watch a skilled New Zealand “strong eye” sheep herding dog at work, followed by a sheep shearing demonstration. Get to know these New Zealand farmers over a home-made morning tea. Later, enjoy some free time to explore Christchurch on your own. Stroll the city’s magnificent gardens or learn its more recent history at the Quake City exhibition at the Re:Start Mall.

Day 21 Christchurch

This morning enjoy a short tour of Christchurch. Afterwards, you have free time to enjoy the sights on your own or perhaps join in an optional excursion. Tonight, visit the region's earliest home, Riccarton House, and enjoy a farewell dinner.

Day 8 Wellington

This morning we embark on a panoramic coach tour of Wellington. See the Beehive, New Zealand’s Parliament; historic St. Paul’s Church; and the Old Government Building – the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere. Following the tour, visit the Te Papa Tongawera Museum, a fascinating center dedicated to art, history, and the Maori culture. The remainder of your day is at leisure.

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Optional Activities


Antarctica - the Seventh Continent! - $45

Christchurch
Did you know that New Zealand is one of the primary departure points for Antarctica? Well, this makes it the perfect place to learn about the 7th continent! Step inside and be transported to the “white continent!” The awesome and magical beauty of Antarctica is recreated with an interactive, fun and exciting experience of the “Great White South.” See the seasons change before your eyes. Feel the chill of winter and watch daylight return as the Antarctic summer approaches. They’ll outfit you to experience the Polar Room, where you’ll find real snow and ice. Explore the snow cave or brave the wind chill machine. Every half hour an Antarctic storm blows through the Polar Room, with lightning, authentic Antarctic storm audio and 25 mile per hour winds. The Aquarium features amazing creatures found in McMurdo Sound. Experience the internationally acclaimed 4-D experience that takes you on a simulated journey through the notoriously rough Drake Passage to the shores of Antarctica. Get up close and personal with the amazing little blue penguin. This is as close to the seventh continent as you can get without going! Duration approximately 2.5 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 15 passenger(s) is required to operate this option.



A Blaze of Glory on the Shotover River! - $115

Queenstown
Zoom through the sheer canyons of the Shotover River on this thrilling ride. Shotover Jet boats race along in mere centimeters of the glacial water which flows down from the Southern Alps, providing an exhilarating, but safe and enjoyable ride for all ages. You may get a little wet, but it is a unique and fun way to enjoy the spectacular scenery of the South Island of New Zealand and absorb a little of the spirit that has made Queenstown a world center for adventure tourism. Many people think adventure is only for the young. Guests on these jet boats consistently illustrate otherwise – this adventure is perfect for the young at heart! Duration approximately 1.5 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. Weather may be cold (boat has heated handlebars) and you may get wet during this option. Actual high speed boating time is 25 minutes.

Journey Through Middle Earth - $140

Queenstown
Embark on a 4WD adventure into the primeval, mystical landscapes where the powerful "Lord of the Rings" trilogy inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien was filmed. The vast panoramas of unspoiled wilderness and awesome grandeur of New Zealand’s South Island provided the ideal setting to bring these beloved adventures to life. Trek into the Remarkable Mountains and travel to the entrance of Skipper Canyon. As well as locations where scenes from the movies were filmed, this safari will introduce you to the gold mining heritage of the area – you can even try your hand at gold panning as you enjoy morning refreshments by the Arrow River. Duration approximately 4 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. Option to cancel is available up until 24 hours before start date of tour. If you choose to cancel within 24 hours of the tour, you will still be liable for payment.

Take a Steamship to Dinner - $120

Queenstown
Step back in time when you board the TSS Earnslaw, the beloved steamship that has been transporting goods and people on Lake Wakatipu since 1912. Nicknamed "The Lady of the Lake," she is the only coal-fired steamship still in operation in the southern hemisphere. Embark on a leisurely cruise across the pristine waters to Walter Peak High Country Farm. Enjoy the hospitality of the Colonel’s Homestead at an impressive buffet where you can indulge in the best of New Zealand meats and seafood, fresh vegetables and garden salads. You are sure to find the house dessert specialties hard to resist! An after-dinner visit to the farm provides an entertaining glimpse into farming life in the high country. Cruise back to Queenstown, relaxing or joining in the revelry of the lively sing-along. Duration approximately 4 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. This option is only available from July through April as it is drydocked during the other months of the year. When the TSS Earnslaw is undergoing maintenance, the Cruise Lake Wakatipu to Dinner option will be made available to purchase.

Cruise Lake Wakatipu to Dinner - $100

Queenstown
All aboard! Board a Fiordlander and cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak Country Farm. Enjoy the hospitality of the Colonel’s Homestead at an impressive buffet where you can indulge in the best of New Zealand meats and seafood, fresh vegetables and garden salads. You are sure to find the house dessert specialties hard to resist! An after-dinner visit to the farm provides an entertaining glimpse into farming life in the high country. Cruise back to Queenstown, relaxing or joining in the revelry of the lively sing-along. Duration approximately 4 hour(s). Transportation is not included A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. This option is only available from May 11 through July 2 while the TSS Earnslaw is undergoing yearly scheduled maintenance.

Mt. Cook Glacier Flight - $350

Mount Cook
Fly over the pristine wilderness of Mt. Cook National Park for once in a lifetime views of the mountain range surrounding Mt. Cook – named Aoraki by the Maoris. New Zealand’s highest peak, Mt. Cook soars to 12,316 feet. Nineteen peaks in the park climb to over 9,800 feet and 40% of its surface is covered by glacial ice. The ski plane carries you over the Tasman Glacier and gently lands on the ice field. Experience the magical silence of the remote ice field and capture remarkable photos of this extreme environment. Spectacular! Duration approximately 1 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. Flight Time: 40 minutes (including 10 minute glacier landing). This option is only available to purchase while on tour through your Tour Manager. Flights are weather dependent. This option does have a weight restriction which your Tour Manager will advise as it varies by aircraft type.

Southern Alps Grand Traverse - $330

Lake Tekapo
Set out on the flight of a lifetime! The “Grand Traverse” of the majestic Southern Alps offers you an incomparable perspective on this incredible area. This route takes you over both the Mt. Cook and Westland National Parks. Take off at the foot of Mt. Cook itself, then cross the Alps to fly above the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers. See New Zealand’s highest mountains and largest glaciers, all spilling down to the lush rainforest of the West Coast. This family-run company has been flying in the region for over 40 years, and their veteran pilots provide a running commentary as you take in the breathtaking vistas. Duration approximately 1 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 4 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. Flights are weather-dependent and flight time is approx. 50 minutes. This option is only available to purchase while on tour through your Tour Manager.

Rotorua’s Lakes and Landmarks - $65

Rotorua
Join us on a discovery of Rotorua’s most fascinating treasures via a unique form of transport—a Duck! With its ability to travel over both land and water, find yourself amid a variety of city landmarks and aquatic settings all without getting your feet wet. Journey through the town of Rotorua to discover its highlights that include the manicured Government Gardens, the art deco architecture of the Blue Baths, and the intriguing thermal properties of Sulphur Point. Continue onto the water as you splash into Lakes Tikitapu and Okareka and pay a visit to a lakeside community that will immerse you in magnificent views of Mount Tarawera. Duration approximately 1.5 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option.



Franz Josef Glacier by Helicopter - $265

Queenstown
A mantle of pure white snow awaits you as you fly over thick forest toward two of New Zealand’s most famous glaciers. Lift off from Franz Josef and travel south over glacial rivers and meandering streams. Soar over the Fox Glacier and continue on for a snow landing at the head of the Franz Josef Glacier. With its ability to fly and hover, a helicopter provides a fantastic way to explore these inaccessible areas of dramatic and unspoiled beauty. Transportation is included. A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. This option is only available to purchase while on tour through your Tour Manager. This option operates on a weather permitting basis only. Front seat weight limit totals 330 lbs. Back seat weight limit totals 792 lbs. Duration: 45 minutes. Flight time is approximately 30 minutes.

Te Anau Glowworm Cave - $70

Te Anau
Deep in the heart of Fiordland National Park is a hidden cave that remained lost in legend until 1948. Explore this mysterious underground world of rushing water. Cruise across beautiful Lake Te Anau to its isolated western shore. Upon arrival, learn about the caves, rock formations and the tiny creatures themselves at Cavern House before heading underground. Discover the caves by path and small boat. See how the rushing water sculpts the rock formations, before gliding through silent darkness to the glowworm grotto. The delicate incandescence of thousands of tiny glowworms is a magical sight. Duration approximately 2.5 hour(s). Transportation is not included A minimum of 1 passenger(s) is required to operate this option. Guests who purchase the Te Anau Glowworm Cave option will still have dinner included but will have dinner at 5:00 p.m. and will not dine with the rest of their group.

Taieri Gorge Railway - $70

Dunedin
Begin your journey at the historic Dunedin Railway Station, the country’s busiest station during its early years. Board your train and become immersed in breathtaking and spectacular scenery. Travel along the Taieri Gorge, carved by the Taieri River which flows far below you. Photo stops will allow these memories to last forever! Onboard commentary will provide further insight into the railway’s origin and the surrounding areas. Experience the history of the railway firsthand as you pass through hand-carved tunnels dating back over 100 years. End your journey at the Pukerangi Railway Station. Duration approximately 4 hour(s). Transportation is included. A minimum of 15 passenger(s) is required to operate this option.


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