6-Nights North & South
NEW ZEALAND - Adrian
New Zealand is a country of great contrast and diversity. Active volcanoes, magnificent caves, deep glacial lakes, green valleys, dazzling fjords, long sandy beaches. On this itinerary you will experience the culture and some history about New Zealand. Exploring this beautiful country and discovering amazing popular wines.
New Zealand is a land of great contrasts and diversity
It has some of the world's most spectacular landscapes, from vast mountain ranges, steaming volcanoes to sweeping coastlines.
The general climate is mild and temperate however areas in the far north experience warm subtropical temperatures while the far south is much cooler.
North Island offers more about city culture and even maori history.
While the south island has more scenery, it is known for its lakes, glaciers and lush green mountains.
Day 1 is the arrival in which they can go to their hotel or places to stay. Since it is their first day it’s not necessary to rent a car right away so they can save up. Public transportation is a better choice to just see around the area. Also, there’s a couple options for getting around in the area which are taxi, uber, skybus.
Day 2, this is where exploring the city of Auckland starts. So many things you would discover while exploring this city because it offers different kinds of activities and sightseeing along the way. Learn some history while in the War Memorial Museum and find something interesting in some areas such as Wynyard Quarter, Sky Tower, Albert Park, and many more.
Day 3, today is the beginning of an adventure on a nearby island which is the Waiheke Island. A 40-minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland that is known as New Zealand's 'Island of Wine', home to a dedicated group of award winning winegrowers. It is the most visited of islands near Auckland because Waiheke is known for its beautiful vineyards, wineries and beaches. On this itinerary you will get to experience different types of activities such as the Ecozip Adventures, Cable bay vineyards, Oneroa Beach, and The Oyster Inn.
Day 4, it is the continuation of the adventure from yesterday’s itinerary but in another city. Rotorua is known for bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs, as well as showcasing our fascinating Māori culture. This city offers a raft of attractions and experiences for everyone from adventure seekers to those just looking to unwind. From crystal clear streams and magical forests, to epic biking trails and thermal mud pools, Rotorua has it all. On this itinerary you will get a chance to see and experience the Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, Whakarewarewa Redwoods Forest, and Tamaki Maori Village.
Day 5, today we will move forward to the capital city of New Zealand which is Wellington. This city is known as the cultural capital and is home to some of New Zealand's leading museums, galleries and arts institutions. Wellington's colorful arts scene will inspire your delegates to be their most creative self. Also, Wellington's cultural vibrance and diversity is well-known across the world and famous for its tucked-away bars, quirky cafes, award-winning restaurants and great coffee. On this itinerary includes the Te Papa Tongarewa Museum, Cuba Street, Cable Car, and Space Place.
Day 6, this day will be the longest day since it will be there last night staying in New Zealand. That's why today’s destination is on the south island. From Wellington in the north island going to Marlborough which is the top of the South Island and it is New Zealand’s largest wine producing region. Marlborough is not only about world famous Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand’s largest wine growing region, it’s also about fresh seafood sought by the world’s finest chefs, and diverse landscapes, from valleys of vines to sheltered waterways. Visitors join a wine tour, hire a bike, or even set out on foot in some areas, choosing from more than 30 cellar doors, tasting award winning wines along the way, almost all within a ten-minute drive from each other. Before the end of this day will be in Christchurch. This lively central neighborhood is home to the city’s main cultural attractions and museums, the best nightlife, restaurants and top accommodation options.
Day 7, officially the last day of staying on the island. It’s their flexible time to do whatever they want to do as long as they have enough time for their flight back home. They can either go shopping at a nearby store for souvenirs or leisure time to pack their stuff.
This itinerary is made for leisure travel and good for people who want to take a break from their life and have a little vacation. Enjoy being outdoors such as hiking, walking around, beaches, and many more.