Imagine cycling in one of the most picturesque areas of the world, while inhaling the scent of wine that lingers in the air. This is just one of the things to do for tourists who are thinking of choosing a New Zealand tour package. The actual list of activities to indulge in and experiences to savour is almost never ending. From some of the best adventure sports to the finest family fun, there is something to entice everyone in this tiny island nation. Without a doubt, New Zealand is the adventure capital of the world, which is many tourists choose to come here. The sheer range of activities on offer is staggering and includes bungee jumping, parasailing, skydiving and even caving. The icing on the cake is the fact that all the activities are enjoyed under strict vigilance of professionals, which means that the tourists are safe at all times. 

Travellers get to experience the same if they opt for a guided tour of the tribal areas. There are several dance and warrior style performances organised by the tribal people that tourists could watch, in addition to purchasing samples of tribal artefacts. New Zealand is also popular for its numerous vineyards, most of which are open to public and provide tourists the chance to see how wine is produced right from the seed stage. Many vineyards also offer wine tasting sessions and sell their products at reduced rates. In addition, this country also has a fantastic food culture, allowing tourists to sample several delicious flavours and fresh seafood. There is much to do for nature lovers too during holidays in New Zealand, because there are not just animals in the wild to observe, but also gardens and parks.


Day 1:Arrive in Auckland

Fly in to Auckland today and choose to rest and relax or explore the inner city and beyond. An energetic and colourful city surrounded by harbours and beaches, Auckland is great to experience on foot. Stroll the Viaduct Harbour, enjoy a café lunch in the hip Britomart precinct or choose to take an organised tour. Plenty of taxis and a great public transport makes getting around the city simple.

Auckland Central

This is the heart of Auckland, with a relaxed coastal living vibe by day and a night-time energy shared by the inner-city suburbs that surrounds it.


Day 2:Auckland - Rotorua

This morning, journey from Auckland to Rotorua via domestic flight, coach or one-way private transfer. Air New Zealand operates domestic flights between Auckland and Rotorua, and Naked Bus or InterCity are both coach companies that offer this route. Rotorua is a geothermal wonderland in the central North Island that’s also home to richMaori culture and heritage.

Start in Auckland Central

This is the heart of Auckland, with a relaxed coastal living vibe by day and a night-time energy shared by the inner-city suburbs that surrounds it.

End in Rotorua Central


Day 3:Rotorua

Rotorua offers a multitude of experiences, all located amongst beautiful lakes, native forests and pristine rivers. Known for its bubbling mud pools and shooting geysers, don’t miss a visit to one of themany geothermal parks to see these impressive natural elements up close.

Rotorua is a fantastic place to experience the best of New Zealand’s embracingMarori culture. Enjoy a nighttime cultural experience with delicious Maori food (hangi), singing, dancing and haka.



Day 4:Rotorua – Wellington

Today it’s time to venture further south to Wellington, our capital city. Options for transport include a domestic flight withAir New Zealand (1hour 10minutes), travelling by coach with InterCity.orNakedBus or one-way private transfer. Depending on the time you arrive, spend the  afternoon visiting Te Papa, New Zealand’s national museum. Wellington is home to aword-class restaworld-class restaurant scene – head to Courtenay Place or Cuba Street for dining options that promise to delight.

Public transport is plentiful in Wellington – use the public transport Journey  Planner to find timetables for where you want to go.


Day 5: Wellington

Recently named ‘Coolest Little Capital in the World’ by Lonely Planet, Wellington is a funky, fascinating place to explore for the day. Begin your morning with a delicious coffee and breakfast at one of Cuba Street’s many cafes – Wellington has more restaurants and cafes per capita than New York! Visit Oriental Bay, an inner city, golden-sand beach, or ride the cable car up to Kelburn for panoramic views over the harbour.


Day 6:Wellington - Blenheim

Hop from the North Island to the South Island this morning on a ferry journey that promises to take your breath away. Two companies, the Interislander and Bluebridge, offer ferry crossings that leave four times daily. Travelling the Cook Strait on this four-hour trip, you’ll experience the breath taking beauty of the Marlborough Sounds – a network of sunken, emerald-green river valleys. Dolphin, whale and fur seal sightings are common. There are also domestic flight options with Air New Zealand. Arriving in Picton, take a short taxi or InterCity bus for the 20 minute journey to Blenheim – a town known for delicious wine, food and high sunshine hours.


Day 7:Blenheim

Love Sauvignon Blanc? Then you’ve come to the perfect place. Blenheim and Marlborough produce superstar Sauvignon Blanc, and the perfect way to experience it for yourself is with a wine tour. Or, get a birds eye view of the region and take a scenic flight over the Marlborough Sounds. The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre is not to be missed for those that love aviation history. Taxis, bike hire and public transport make it easy to get around Blenheim.


Day 8:Christchurch

Journey further south to Christchurch today, the South Island’s largest city. Transport options include coach – bothInterCity. and NakeBus cover this route –  and private transfer, as well as the Coastal Pacific Train. Running between September and May, this very scenic train journey hugs the Pacific Coast of the upper South Island and features stunning views out to the Pacific Ocean. Depending on when you arrive, spend the afternoon exploring Christchurch’s charming heritage building, famous Botanic Gardens or funky pop-up bars and restaurants.


Day 9:Christchurch - Queenstown

Make your way to Queenstown today, a famous alpine town nestled between Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables mountain range. Options for transport include a domestic flight ( Air New Zealand fly this route), coach with InterCity or NakedBus, or private transfer. Spend the afternoon strolling by the lake, take the gondola up to Bob’s Peak for panoramic views or enjoy the boutique shops and cafes.


Day 10:Queenstown

There’s something for everyone in the Queenstown region. Those after an adrenaline rush can enjoy the many adventure activities on offer –bungy jumping, rafting, jet boating and skydiving remain firm favourites. If you’re looking for something more mellow, consider a day walk on one of the many scenic hiking trails, trout fishing, wine tasting or day tour. Fans of the Lord of the Rings should explore the many local filming locations from the movies with aSafari of the Scenes tour. Consider an all-inclusive tour to make transport easier. For dinner, enjoy one of the many restaurants that dot the lake front.


Day 11:Milford Sound

Continue to explore Queenstown itself or choose to visit Milford Sound for the day. A dramatic fiord, Milford Sound was labelled by Rudyard Kipling as the ‘eighth natural wonder of the world’. Sheer granite cliffs rise out of inky blue waters while waterfalls cascade down from high above. Day tour options can include coach, boat cruise and scenic flight – consider the best option for you.


Day 12:Depart Queenstown

Today marks the end of this car-free itinerary. From Queenstown, fly back to the airport where you are departing from to head home – Air New Zealand offers domestic routes to Wellington and Auckland, both major flight centres.

Depending on timings, enjoy brunch and a little bit of last-minute shopping in Queenstown for the morning.

Cost Includes:

  • Return economy class air ticket inclusive of taxes.
  • Accommodation with breakfast as per itinerary.
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary.

Cost Excludes:

  • Any increase in airfare or taxes.
  • Any other item not mentioned in “Cost Includes”.
  • High and or Peak seasons supplement surcharges.
  • Items of personal nature like beverages, laundry, telephone, porterage, excess baggage &
  • expenses of personal nature.
  • Optional tours and other arrangements.
  • Meals as not mentioned on the itinerary.
  • Tipping Guide and Driver.

Highlights of the tour

  • Return airfare with taxes, visa charges, accommodation, sightseeing as per itinerary – Auckland, Bay of Islands, Rotorua, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Kaikoura, Nelson, Mt. Cook, Queenstown, Franz Josef, Te Anau

Important Notes

  • There will be additional Service Tax on gross value @ 4.50% applicable for any sale of Outbound tour services.
  • The above rates are not valid during Christmas and New Year Eve.

Payment Policy:

  • Initial deposit – rs. 50,000/- to confirm your booking with us.
  • 2nd payment 50% of the tour cost at least 45 days prior.
  • Remaining full payment 15 days before departure- 100% of the tour cost.

Cancellation Policy:

  • Date of booking to 30 days the cancellation charges will be 25% of the tour cost.
  • 30 to 15 days – the cancellation charges will be 50% of the tour cost.
  • 15 to 7 days – the cancellation charges will be 75% of the tour cost.
  • Less than 7 days – Total amount will be forfeited and no refund shall be given.
  • No show – Total amount will be forfeited and no refund shall be given.
  • Cancellation Policy is subject to change. It’s purely depends upon the cancellation policy of respective hotels. In Peak seasons, Some hotels may charge 100% cancellation. Refunds normally take 10 working days after the cancellation request has been raised & transferred electronically to your bank account.

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