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  • Exotic destinations_pl

    Egzotyczne wyspy pacyfiku
    Na Fidżi i Samoa oferujemy wypoczynek w sprawdzonych resortach.  Wyspy Salomona, Vanuatu, Tonga, Papua Nowa Gwinea czy Samoa to archipelagi , które wymagają kilku dodatkowych dni na przemieszczanie się pomiędzy wyspami.

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  • Family holidays_pl

    Wycieczki indywidualne

    Zwiedzajcie Państwo Australię i Nowa Zelandię komfortowo i bez przykrych niespodzianek. Wycieczki rozpoczynają się z lokalnym przewodnikiem, a następnie są realizowane samodzielnie lub pod dalszą opieką doświadczonego przewodnika

  • Incentive_pl

    Incentive travel
    Jak dowodzą liczne badania wyjazdy motywacyjne, all inclusive, dla pracowników firm i instytucji, warsztaty szkoleniowe, wykłady specjalistów, czy  zajęcia typu  team building  pomagają  firmom poprawić wyniki produkcji i jakość usług.  Zapraszamy do współpracy w zorganizowaniu kolejnego udanego wyjazdu.

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  • Group tours_pl

    Wycieczki grupowe
    Nowa Zelandia zawsze kusi do powrotu. Jest tutaj bowiem tak wiele miejsc do zobaczenia. Zdajemy sobie jednak sprawę, ze nie wszyscy mogą sobie pozwolić na rewizytę.  Dlatego nasza oferta jest najpełniejsza na rynku i daje możliwość wszechstronnego poznania Nowej Zelandii w ciągu jednego wyjazdu.

  • Adventure and adrenaline_pl

    Przygoda i adrenalina
    Dla miłośników przygód oferujemy wielki wybór atrakcji z najwyższym poziomem adrenaliny, jak skoki spadochronowe, paragliding, zorb czy bungy. Wiele z tych atrakcji i zajęć możemy dołączyć do programu wybranej wycieczki.

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  • Luxury travel_pl

    Luksusowe podróże

    Od pobytu w ekskluzywnych resortach na wyspach Pacyfiku do prywatnych przelotów helikopterem na stoki narciarskie w Nowej Zelandii. Jesteśmy specjalistami w organizowaniu unikalnych ekskluzywnych pobytów na Antypodach.

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20 day nature tour

20 day nature tour

Dates and Booking

With days dedicated to exploring New Zealand’s pristine National Parks, this tour is designed for walking enthusiasts who love to get amongst nature.
NZ7Open dated - available any time              book now

Itinerary & map

GLT004 12MAPDay 1: Arrival in Auckland, New Zealand
Meeting at Auckland International Airport with your English speaking guide, transfer to the hotel and time for rest after the long flight.

Day 2: Auckland City tour with travel to Muriwai Beach
Auckland city tour with your English speaking guide. See the largest marina in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk along Mission Bay and drive to the summit of a volcano near the centre of the city. Next we depart Auckland and visit Muriwai Beach, on the Tasman Sea. This beach is a popular surfing destination because of the wild waves, and also has a large colony of gannets nesting on the cliffs above the surf. On the way back to Auckland we will stop for wine tasting at one of New Zealand’s well known wineries.

Day 3: Departure from Auckland to Paihia
Journey through Northland, a place rich in history, to both the Maori and the European settlers of New Zealand. Arrival in Paihia followed by a cruise on the Bay of Islands. If you are lucky you may see dolphins.

Day 4: Free time in Northland
Relax on a local beach or browse the many shops and cafes of Paihia and surrounding areas. There is the option to take a ferry to Russell, the area of New Zealand’s first capital. Alternatively we recommend an all day journey to Cape Reinga, New Zealand’s most northern point. Evening return to hotel.

Day 5: Return to Auckland
Return from Paihia to Auckland, with endless photo stops and places to see and visit on the way. Free leisure time in Auckland upon arrival.

NZ13

Te Puia

Day 6: Continued travel via Waitomo to Rotorua
Travel to Waitomo. Entry into the 30 million year old Waitomo Caves where you will see unique glow worms as you ride a boat on an underground river. Continued travel to Rotorua. In the evening you will be taken from your hotel to a Maori Village to see a traditional show and enjoy a traditionally cooked dinner.

Day 7: Departure from Rotorua visiting Taupo and Tongariro National Park
Sightseeing of Rotorua and surrounding areas including boiling mud pools and geysers at Te Puia Thermal reserve. Also you will get to see New Zealand’s national bird, the Kiwi. Explore the Redwood Forest, Rotorua Lake front and Government gardens. Departure from Rotorua, travelling via the Huka Falls and Taupo. Next continue your journey via Tongariro National Park, with three active Volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu.

Day 8: Tongariro Crossing
A day dedicated to the world famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing.

Day 9: Drive to Wellington
Arrival in Wellington, followed by an opportunity to explore the city’s main places of interest.

Day 10: Ferry crossing to the South Island, journey continues to the Nelson area
Morning transfer to the ferry terminal. The ferry takes approximately 3 hours to Cross the Cook Strait. Arrival in Picton and continued journey to the Nelson area

Day 11: Abel Tasman National Park
A day dedicated to exploring the most beautiful National Park in the world.

NZ12

Southern Alps

Day 12: Continued travel to Franz Josef
Travel via the Punakaiki Pancake rocks to Hokitika, and onto Franz Josef. There is the opportunity to walk very close to Franz Josef Glacier, and for the more adventurous there are helicopter flights with a glacier landing. Transfer to hotel.

Day 13: Travel from Franz Josef to Queenstown
Travel south through the Haast Pass and Wanaka to Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Day 14: Free time to explore Queenstown and the surrounding areas
All day relaxing in Queenstown. We recommend a visit to the historic mining town of Arrowntown, Bungy Jumping or a steam boat cruise on Lake Wakatipu. In the evening you have a dinner reservation on Bob’s Peak, which you can only reach by Gondola. Enjoy stunning views of Queenstown from your table.

Day 15: Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound Cruise
Travel via Lake Wakatipu, Kingston and Te Anau to Fiordland National Park. The journey continues via Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, the Homer Tunnel and Cleddau Canyon to Milford Sound. Cruise on the Milford Sound, followed by a return to Te Anau.

Day 16: Free time in Fiordland National Park
This day is dedicated to exploring Fiordland National Park, with endless walking tracks. Alternatively you can utilize the many attractions that the Te Anau area has to offer.

Day 17: Travel from Te Anau via Invercargill and the Catlins Coast to the Dunedin Area
Drive to one of the southernmost cities in New Zealand - Invercargill. Take a short stop in Bluff, one of New Zealand's oldest cities. Continued journey from Invercargill. On the way see a 160 million year old fossilized forest, rare penguins as well as one of the most photographed waterfalls in New Zealand, Purakaunui.

NZ20

Purakaunui

Day 18: Travel via Dunedin
The journey continues through Dunedin, the city established by the first Christian settlers from Scotland and Ireland.

Day 19: Continuing to the Christchurch Area
Drive to Mt Cook Village and Lake Pukaki, followed by Lake Tekapo. See the famous stone church and dog statue. 

Day 20: Departure from New Zealand
Transfer to the airport. Departure from New Zealand.

What's included

The price includes
   
HOTELSYMBOLD 19 nights in our selection of quality inspected hotels, motels and apartments
WINE

Wine tasting in Auckland

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Bay of Islands dolphin cruise

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Waitomo Caves entry

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Te Puia Park entry

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Tamaki Maori Village concert and dinner

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Tongariro Alpine Crossing

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Ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton

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Sky Gondola with dinner in Queenstown

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Milford Sound cruise

DOCUMENTS

Souvenir info pack including maps and documents

VAT New Zealand GST (VAT)
ASSISTANCEEN 24/7 assistance from our head office in Auckland
ADAPTOR  Plug adaptors for duration of travel

Rental Car Option

Driver Guide Option

What's not included

The price does not include

INSURANCE Travel Insurance
flight symbol Domestic flights
flight symbol International flights
LETTERFOODSYMBOLLLETTERFOODSYMBOLD Meals beyond those mentioned
VISA ETA – tourist visa
NPFEE Tourist tax 35 NZD per person
LETTERFOODSYMBOLB Add breakfasts  
  NZD 532 per person  
     

15 day exploration of Aotearoa

15 day exploration of Aorearoa

Dates and Booking

Aotearoa in the Maori language means ‘the land of the long white cloud’. It is the name given to describe this land in the far corner of the world, which is sure to impress and surprise you.
NZ17Open dated - available any time              book now

Itinerary & map

GLT002 12MAPDay 1: Arrival in Auckland, New Zealand
Meeting at Auckland International Airport with your English speaking guide, transfer to the hotel and time for rest after the long flight.

Day 2: Auckland City tour with travel to Muriwai Beach
Auckland city tour with your English speaking guide. See the largest marina in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk along Mission Bay and drive to the summit of a volcano near the centre of the city. Next we depart Auckland and visit Muriwai Beach, on the Tasman Sea. This beach is a popular surfing destination because of the wild waves, and also has a large colony of gannets nesting on the cliffs above the surf. On the way back to Auckland we will stop for wine tasting at one of New Zealand’s well known wineries.

Day 3: Departure from Auckland to Paihia
Journey through Northland, a place rich in history, to both the Maori and the European settlers of New Zealand. Arrival in Paihia followed by a cruise on the Bay of Islands. If you are lucky you may see dolphins.

Day 4: Free time in Northland
Relax on a local beach or browse the many shops and cafes of Paihia and surrounding areas. There is the option to take a ferry to Russell, the area of New Zealand’s first capital. Alternatively we recommend an all day journey to Cape Reinga, New Zealand’s most northern point. Evening return to hotel.

Day 5: Return to Auckland
Return from Paihia to Auckland, with endless photo stops and places to see and visit on the way. Free leisure time in Auckland upon arrival.

NZ18

Auckland

Day 6: Continued travel via Waitomo to Rotorua
Travel to Waitomo. Entry into the 30 million year old Waitomo Caves where you will see unique glow worms as you ride a boat on an underground river. Continued travel to Rotorua. In the evening you will be taken from your hotel to a Maori Village to see a traditional show and enjoy a traditionally cooked dinner.

Day 7: Departure from Rotorua visiting Taupo and Tongariro National Park
Sightseeing of Rotorua and surrounding areas including boiling mud pools and geysers at Te Puia Thermal reserve. Also you will get to see New Zealand’s national bird, the Kiwi. Explore the Redwood Forest, Rotorua Lake front and Government gardens. Departure from Rotorua, travelling via the Huka Falls and Taupo. Next continue your journey via Tongariro National Park, with three active Volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu.

Day 8: Drive to Wellington
Arrival in Wellington, followed by an opportunity to explore the city’s main places of interest.

Day 9: Ferry crossing to the South Island, journey continues to Kaikoura
Morning transfer to the ferry terminal. The ferry takes approximately 3 hours to Cross the Cook Strait. Arrival in Picton and continued journey down the beautiful Kaikoura Coast where you can see wild seals sunbathing on the rocks.

NZ10

West Coast

Day 10: Crossing the Arthur’s Pass continuing to Franz Josef
Travel via the Arthur’s Pass to Hokitika. Next down the West Coast to Franz Josef. There is the opportunity to walk very close to a glacier, and for the more adventurous there are helicopter flights with a glacier landing. Transfer to hotel.

Day 11: Travel from Franz Josef to Queenstown
Travel south through the Haast Pass and Wanaka to Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Day 12: Free time to explore Queenstown and the surrounding areas
All day relaxing in Queenstown. We recommend a visit to the historic mining town of Arrowntown, Bungy Jumping or a steam boat cruise on Lake Wakatipu. In the evening you have a dinner reservation on Bob’s Peak, which you can only reach by Gondola. Enjoy stunning views of Queenstown from your table.

Day 13: Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound Cruise
Travel via Lake Wakatipu, Kingston and Te Anau to Fiordland National Park. The journey continues via Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, the Homer Tunnel and Cleddau Canyon to Milford Sound. Cruise on the Milford Sound, followed by a return to Queenstown.

NZ5

Fiordland National Park

Day 14: Drive from Queenstown to the Christchurch Area
Departure from Queenstown. Drive to Mt Cook Village and Lake Pukaki, followed by Lake Tekapo. See the famous stone church and dog statue.

Day 15: Departure from New Zealand
Transfer to the airport. Departure from New Zealand.

What's included

The price includes
   
HOTELSYMBOLD 14 nights in our selection of quality inspected hotels, motels and apartments
WINE

Wine tasting in Auckland

ferry symbolATTRACTIONS PIC

Bay of Islands dolphin cruise

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Waitomo Caves entry

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Te Puia Park entry

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Tamaki Maori Village concert and dinner

ferry symbol

Ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Sky Gondola with dinner in Queenstown

ferry symbolATTRACTIONS PIC

Milford Sound cruise

DOCUMENTS

Souvenir info pack including maps and documents

VAT New Zealand GST (VAT)
ASSISTANCEEN 24/7 assistance from our head office in Auckland
ADAPTOR  Plug adaptors for duration of travel

Rental Car Option

Driver Guide Option

What's not included

The price does not include

INSURANCE Travel Insurance
flight symbol Domestic flights
flight symbol International flights
LETTERFOODSYMBOLLLETTERFOODSYMBOLD Meals beyond those mentioned
VISA ETA – tourist visa
NPFEE Tourist tax 35 NZD per person
LETTERFOODSYMBOLB Add breakfasts  
  NZD 392 per person  
     

15 day path of the brave warrior tour

Dates and Booking

Journey in the footsteps on the Maori Warriors who roamed these islands for hundreds of years. On the way experience the unique culture of the Maori People, as well as their cuisine.
NZ1
Open dated - available any time              book now

Itinerary & map

DGLT003 12MAPay 1: Arrival in Auckland, New Zealand
Meeting at Auckland International Airport with your English speaking guide, transfer to the hotel and time for rest after the long flight.

Day 2: Auckland City tour with travel to Muriwai Beach
Auckland city tour with your English speaking guide. See the largest marina in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk along Mission Bay and drive to the summit of a volcano near the centre of the city. Next we depart Auckland and visit Muriwai Beach, on the Tasman Sea. This beach is a popular surfing destination because of the wild waves, and also has a large colony of gannets nesting on the cliffs above the surf. On the way back to Auckland we will stop for wine tasting at one of New Zealand’s well known wineries.

Day 3: Departure from Auckland via Waitomo to Rotorua
Travel from Auckland via the Bombay Hills and Huntly to Waitomo. Entry into the 30 million year old Waitomo Caves where you will see unique glow worms as you ride a boat on an underground river. Continued travel to Rotorua. In the evening you will be taken from your hotel to a Maori Village to see a traditional show and enjoy a traditionally cooked dinner.

Day 4: Departure from Rotorua visiting Taupo and Tongariro National Park
Sightseeing of Rotorua and surrounding areas including boiling mud pools and geysers at Te Puia Thermal reserve. Also you will get to see New Zealand’s national bird, the Kiwi. Explore the Redwood Forest, Rotorua Lake front and Government gardens. Departure from Rotorua, travelling via the Huka Falls and Taupo. Next continue your journey via Tongariro National Park, with three active Volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu.

 

Day 5: Drive to Wellington
Arrival in Wellington, followed by an opportunity to explore the city’s main places of interest.

Day 6: Ferry crossing to the South Island, journey continues to the Nelson area
Morning transfer to the ferry terminal. The ferry takes approximately 3 hours to Cross the Cook Strait. Arrival in Picton and continued journey to the Nelson area

Day 7: Abel Tasman National Park
A day dedicated to exploring the most beautiful National Park in the world.

NZ9

West Coast

Day 8: Continued travel to Franz Josef
Travel via the Punakaiki Pancake rocks to Hokitika, and onto Franz Josef. There is the opportunity to walk very close to Franz Josef Glacier, and for the more adventurous there are helicopter flights with a glacier landing. Transfer to hotel.

Day 9: Travel from Franz Josef to Queenstown
Travel south through the Haast Pass and Wanaka to Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Day 10: Free time to explore Queenstown and the surrounding areas
All day relaxing in Queenstown. We recommend a visit to the historic mining town of Arrowntown, Bungy Jumping or a steam boat cruise on Lake Wakatipu. In the evening you have a dinner reservation on Bob’s Peak, which you can only reach by Gondola. Enjoy stunning views of Queenstown from your table.

NZ15

Catlins Coast

Day 11: Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound Cruise
Travel via Lake Wakatipu, Kingston and Te Anau to Fiordland National Park. The journey continues via Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, the Homer Tunnel and Cleddau Canyon to Milford Sound. Cruise on the Milford Sound, followed by a return to Te Anau.

Day 12: Travel from Te Anau via Invercargill and the Catlins Coast to the Dunedin Area
Drive to one of the southernmost cities in New Zealand - Invercargill. Take a short stop in Bluff, one of New Zealand's oldest cities. Continued journey from Invercargill. On the way see a 160 million year old fossilized forest, rare penguins as well as one of the most photographed waterfalls in New Zealand, Purakaunui.

Day 13: Travel via Dunedin
The journey continues through Dunedin, the city established by the first Christian settlers from Scotland and Ireland.

NZ19

Moeraki

Day 14: Continuing to the Christchurch Area
Drive to Mt Cook Village and Lake Pukaki, followed by Lake Tekapo. See the famous stone church and dog statue. 

Day 15: Departure from New Zealand
Transfer to the airport. Departure from New Zealand.

What's included

The price includes
   
HOTELSYMBOLD 14 nights in our selection of quality inspected hotels, motels and apartments
WINE Wine tasting in Auckland
ATTRACTIONS PIC

Waitomo Caves entry

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Te Puia Park entry

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Tamaki Maori Village concert and dinner

ferry symbol

Ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Sky Gondola with dinner in Queenstown

ferry symbolATTRACTIONS PIC

Milford Sound cruise

DOCUMENTS

Souvenir info pack including maps and documents

VAT New Zealand GST (VAT)
ASSISTANCEEN 24/7 assistance from our head office in Auckland
ADAPTOR  Plug adaptors for duration of travel

Rental Car Option

Driver Guide Option

What's not included

The price does not include

INSURANCE Travel Insurance
flight symbol Domestic flights
flight symbol International flights
LETTERFOODSYMBOLLLETTERFOODSYMBOLD Meals beyond those mentioned
VISA ETA – tourist visa
NPFEE Tourist tax 35 NZD per person
LETTERFOODSYMBOLB Add breakfasts  
  NZD 392 per person  
     

12 day green experience tour

Dates and Booking

This tour is designed to show you as much of the country as possible in under two weeks. Completing this tour you can safely say that you have seen the real New Zealand.
NZ3
Open dated - available any time              book now

Itinerary & map


GLT001 12MAPDay 1: Arrival in Auckland, New Zealand

Meeting at Auckland International Airport with your English speaking guide, transfer to the hotel and time for rest after the long flight.

Day 2: Auckland City tour with travel to Muriwai Beach
Auckland city tour with your English speaking guide. See the largest marina in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk along Mission Bay and drive to the summit of a volcano near the centre of the city. Next we depart Auckland and visit Muriwai Beach, on the Tasman Sea. This beach is a popular surfing destination because of the wild waves, and also has a large colony of gannets nesting on the cliffs above the surf. On the way back to Auckland we will stop for wine tasting at one of New Zealand’s well known wineries.

Day 3: Departure from Auckland via Waitomo to Rotorua
Travel from Auckland via the Bombay Hills and Huntly to Waitomo. Entry into the 30 million year old Waitomo Caves where you will see unique glow worms as you ride a boat on an underground river. Continued travel to Rotorua. In the evening you will be taken from your hotel to a Maori Village to see a traditional show and enjoy a traditionally cooked dinner.

Day 4: Departure from Rotorua visiting Taupo and Tongariro National Park
Sightseeing of Rotorua and surrounding areas including boiling mud pools and geysers at Te Puia Thermal reserve. Also you will get to see New Zealand’s national bird, the Kiwi. Explore the Redwood Forest, Rotorua Lake front and Government gardens. Departure from Rotorua, travelling via the Huka Falls and Taupo. Next continue your journey via Tongariro National Park, with three active Volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu.

NZ4

Rotorua

Day 5: Drive to Wellington
Arrival in Wellington, followed by an opportunity to explore the city’s main places of interest.

Day 6: Ferry crossing to the South Island, journey continues to Kaikoura
Morning transfer to the ferry terminal. The ferry takes approximately 3 hours to Cross the Cook Strait. Arrival in Picton and continued journey down the beautiful Kaikoura Coast where you can see wild seals sunbathing on the rocks.

Day 7: Crossing the Arthur’s Pass continuing to Franz Josef
Travel via the Arthur’s Pass to Hokitika. Next down the West Coast to Franz Josef. There is the opportunity to walk very close to a glacier, and for the more adventurous there are helicopter flights with a glacier landing. Transfer to hotel.

Day 8: Travel from Franz Josef to Queenstown
Travel south through the Haast Pass and Wanaka to Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Day 9: Free time to explore Queenstown and the surrounding areas
All day relaxing in Queenstown. We recommend a visit to the historic mining town of Arrowntown, Bungy Jumping or a steam boat cruise on Lake Wakatipu. In the evening you have a dinner reservation on Bob’s Peak, which you can only reach by Gondola. Enjoy stunning views of Queenstown from your table.

NZ14

Queenstown

Day 10: Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound Cruise
Travel via Lake Wakatipu, Kingston and Te Anau to Fiordland National Park. The journey continues via Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, the Homer Tunnel and Cleddau Canyon to Milford Sound. Cruise on the Milford Sound, followed by a return to Queenstown.

Day 11: Drive from Queenstown to the Christchurch Area
Departure from Queenstown. Drive to Mt Cook Village and Lake Pukaki, followed by Lake Tekapo. See the famous stone church and dog statue.

Day 12: Departure from New Zealand
Transfer to the airport. Departure from New Zealand.

What's included

The price includes

HOTELSYMBOLD 11 nights in our selection of quality inspected hotels, motels and apartments
WINE

Wine tasting in Auckland

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Waitomo Caves entry

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Te Puia Park entry

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Tamaki Maori Village concert and dinner

ferry symbol

Ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Sky Gondola with dinner in Queenstown

ferry symbolATTRACTIONS PIC

Milford Sound cruise

DOCUMENTS

Souvenir info pack including maps and documents

VAT New Zealand GST (VAT)
ASSISTANCEEN 24/7 assistance from our head office in Auckland
ADAPTOR  Plug adaptors for duration of travel

Rental Car Option

Driver Guide Option

What's not included

The price does not include

INSURANCE Travel Insurance
flight symbol Domestic flights
flight symbol International flights
LETTERFOODSYMBOLLLETTERFOODSYMBOLD Meals beyond those mentioned
VISA ETA – tourist visa
NPFEE Tourist tax 35 NZD per person
LETTERFOODSYMBOLB Add breakfasts  
  NZD 308 per person  
     

9 day express journey

Date of Itinerary

During this intensive itinerary you have the opportunity to see the most characteristic places on both the North and the South Islands of New Zealand

NZ11Open dated - available any time              book now

Itinerary & map

GLT001 12MAPDay 1: Arrival in Auckland, New Zealand
Meeting at Auckland International Airport with your English speaking guide. Auckland city tour. See the largest marina in the southern hemisphere. Take a walk along Mission Bay and drive to the summit of a volcano near the centre of the city., transfer to the hotel and time for rest after the long flight.

Day 2: Departure from Auckland via Waitomo to Rotorua
Travel from Auckland via the Bombay Hills and Huntly to Waitomo. Entry into the 30 million year old Waitomo Caves where you will see unique glow worms as you ride a boat on an underground river. Continued travel to Rotorua. In the evening you will be taken from your hotel to a Maori Village to see a traditional show and enjoy a traditionally cooked dinner.

Day 3: Departure from Rotorua, via Tongariro National Park to Wellington
Sightseeing of Rotorua and surrounding areas including boiling mud pools and geysers at Te Puia Thermal reserve. Also you will get to see New Zealand’s national bird, the Kiwi. Explore the Redwood Forest, Rotorua Lake front and Government gardens. Departure from Rotorua, travelling via the Huka Falls and Taupo. Next continue your journey via Tongariro National Park, with three active Volcanoes, Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapehu. Arrival in Wellington, followed by an opportunity to explore the city’s main places of interest.

Day 4: Ferry crossing to the South Island, journey continues to Kaikoura
Morning transfer to the ferry terminal. The ferry takes approximately 3 hours to Cross the Cook Strait. Arrival in Picton and continued journey down the beautiful Kaikoura Coast where you can see wild seals sunbathing on the rocks.

Day 5: Crossing the Arthur’s Pass continuing to Franz Josef
Travel via the Arthur’s Pass to Hokitika. Next down the West Coast to Franz Josef. There is the opportunity to walk very close to a glacier, and for the more adventurous there are helicopter flights with a glacier landing. Transfer to hotel.

Day 6: Travel from Franz Josef to Queenstown
Travel south through the Haast Pass and Wanaka to Queenstown – New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Day 7: Fiordland National Park with Milford Sound Cruise
Travel via Lake Wakatipu, Kingston and Te Anau to Fiordland National Park. The journey continues via Eglinton and Hollyford Valleys, the Homer Tunnel and Cleddau Canyon to Milford Sound. Cruise on the Milford Sound, followed by a return to Queenstown.

Day 8: Drive from Queenstown to the Christchurch Area
Departure from Queenstown. Drive to Mt Cook Village and Lake Pukaki, followed by Lake Tekapo. See the famous stone church and dog statue.

Day 9: Departure from New Zealand
Transfer to the airport. Departure from New Zealand.

What's included

The price includes

HOTELSYMBOLD 8 nights in our selection of quality inspected hotels, motels and apartments
ATTRACTIONS PIC

Waitomo Caves entry

ATTRACTIONS PIC

Te Puia Park entry

LETTERFOODSYMBOLDATTRACTIONS PIC

Tamaki Maori Village concert and dinner

ferry symbol

Ferry crossing from Wellington to Picton

ferry symbolATTRACTIONS PIC

Milford Sound cruise

DOCUMENTS

Souvenir info pack including maps and documents

VAT New Zealand GST (VAT)
ASSISTANCEEN 24/7 assistance from our head office in Auckland
ADAPTOR  Plug adaptors for duration of travel

Rental Car Option

Driver Guide Option

What's not included

The price does not include

INSURANCE Travel Insurance
flight symbol Domestic flights
flight symbol International flights
LETTERFOODSYMBOLLLETTERFOODSYMBOLD Meals beyond those mentioned
VISA ETA – tourist visa
NPFEE Tourist tax 35 NZD per person

 

LETTERFOODSYMBOLB Add breakfasts  
  NZD 224 per person  
     

 

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Jako touroperator korzystamy z najlepszych nowozelandzkich firm autokarowych, niemniej rozbudowujemy własna flotę pojazdów, mniejszych, dla małych i średnich grup tuystów.

Jesteśmy jedynym biurem podróży na Antypodach prowadzonym przez Polaków z wymaganymi licencjami na prowadzenie usług transportowych dla turystów na terenie Nowej Zelandii. Prowadzenie pojazdów z płacącymi turystami wymaga szeregu licencji i certyfikatów. Dotyczy to firmy jak i również osób wykonujących pracę kierowcy lub, równolegle, pracę kierowcy-przewodnika. Szczegóły

European Produce

Skazka PicSkazka Deli was established in 2003 and quickly became a favourite spot for European and Kiwi foodies alike. Skazka's specialty is genuine traditional Russian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian and other Eastern European products, cherry-picked and directly imported

You can find us at 16 Kingdon Street, Newmarket, Auckland.
Tel: 09 5231453
Order online: www.skazka.co.nz

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Tel: +64 9 377 4657
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