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Special New Zealand Northern Wonders Tour

4.9* (75, Reviews)


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8 days-7 Night

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FIT Tour

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Min : 2 Person

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Hotel Type Regular Price
Discount For Adult For Child
3*** BDT 545,000.00 Per Person 2% BDT 534,100.00 Per Person Twin/Triple Basis BDT 463,250.00 Per Person Share With Parents (Child No Bed)

Tour Itinerary

New Zealand’s cool little capital, Wellington is the kind of place you could easily lose yourself in for a day. Good thing you arrived early. Check out one of the city’s oh-so-hip cafés before exploring Te Papa, the Museum of New Zealand, home to an extraordinary collection of artefacts, including an eye-opening exhibit dedicated to Māori history. Time to meet your fellow adventure-seekers before your tour of the North Island of New Zealand.

The Kapiti Coast is the summer playground of Wellingtonians – for good reason. You’ll follow in local footsteps as you make your way along a road that unfolds in a broad panorama of Lake Taupo, the largest (and perhaps bluest) of its kind in the country. It’s a landscape almost as otherworldly as Rotorua, where mud pops and jettisons from bubbling geysers, and steam rushes skywards from cracks in the Earth. Tonight, delve deep into Māori culture and traditions at Te Puia. Your dinner, a hangi cooked underground, is served while you overlook the spectacular geothermal valley. The highlight is a Māori cultural performance in the beautifully carved meeting house, Te Aronui a Rua.

If there’s a New Zealand city where you want free time, Rotorua is it. Go your own way today, perhaps blissing out in the Polynesian Spa’s thermal springs (we recommend a mud wrap). Who knew nature was this relaxing? Or discovering endangered birds on a working kiwi nursery and hatchery. And then there’s the natural drama at Whakarewarewa, a geothermal reserve and the country’s only living Māori village, home to famous Pohutu Geyser and the bubbling beauty of mud pools. Hobbit fans will want to take advantage of the opportunity to tour the sights featured in The Lord of the Rings movies at Hobbiton. These beautiful landscapes are not only a bucket list tour for Hobbit fans, but a gorgeous countryside getaway.

The Waitomo Caves are radiant – quite literally. While cruising cavernous underground waterways, your route is cast in a magical light by thousands of glowworms. It’s a fairytale start to your day. One that only gets better as you descend on Auckland, the ‘City of Sails’. You’ll discover how it got its moniker while gazing over its two yacht-studded harbours from the lookout at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. What a city, as your tour of Auckland reveals.

Your journey north to New Zealand’s Bay of Islands is not short of drama – discover 140 droplets of land ringed by turquoise sea at the top of the country. It’s undeniably beautiful, but it also holds a special historical secret: this is where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840, between Captain William Hobson and Māori chiefs. Your guide, likely an ancestor of one of the original signatories, will explain the significance of the site, while pointing out the world’s largest ceremonial war canoe and a carved meeting house.

Go as fast or as slow as you like today – there’s no rush, and no agenda. Talk to your Travel Director to organise leisurely jaunts up to Cape Reinga, the very top of New Zealand, via idyllic Ninety Mile Beach. Or glide around on an historic tall ship, enjoy local drops on a wine tour of the region. If you’re a history buff, you may want to join a tour of Russell and learn more about the settling of the Bay of Islands. The choice is yours.

You’re about to reach the very tip of New Zealand, as your tour takes you to Whangarei – the county’s northern-most city. This is and a place where waterfalls meet beaches, galleries meet museums. It’s like the country in a tantalising snapshot – a union of nature and forward-thinking culture. Explore at your leisure before sinking back into your coach seat for the mesmerising commute back to Auckland. Ask your Travel Director for tips on where to dine; Auckland is a bit of a culinary hotspot.

The only bad day in your Auckland tour is the one where you have to bid farewell. On your journey home, just remember how much pleasure you have packed into this last week.

included with

  • Return Air Ticket with all Travel Tax

  • Hotel Accommodation (3* Hotel & Twin Basis)

  • Return Airport – Hotel – Airport Pickup and Drop Transfer

  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at Hotel

  • Sightseeing as per our itinerary

  • Meal Included as per our itinerary

  • English Speaking Guide Service

  • Tour Spot Entry Fee

  • ATB service charge

excluded by

  • Visa Fee

  • Lunch & Dinner

  • Personal Tips

  • Personal Cost

  • Any Alcohol & beverage

  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”;

trip details

Tour Details:

Discover the wonders of New Zealand's North Island on this fantastic 8 day escorted coach tour with Our Local Partner. Beginning in Wellington, enjoy a tour of the city sights and time to explore New Zealand's national museum, Te Papa, from here it's on to Rotorua, the country's cultural capital, and an evening of traditional performance and food at the Tamaki Maori Village. On to Waitomo where you will delve deep underground to discover the wonders of the glow worm caves. Finish up with a trip to the sub-tropical Bay of Islands and the beautiful northern coastlines, before heading back to Auckland for a final evening of cosmopolitan exploration in the City of Sails.

New Zealand: New Zealand is home to some weird and wonderful wildlife, including birds that don't know how to fly, monster marine mammals and a reptile that's survived from dinosaur days. Swim with dolphins, take a whale-watching cruise and get up close to yellow-eyed penguins. New Zealand Made up of two main islands and a host of smaller ones, New Zealand has an amazing range of breathtaking scenery, from subtropical forests, beaches, and offshore islands in the north to glaciers, lakes, snow-covered mountains, and large flat plains in the south.

New Zealand a popular destination Because From mountains to sand dunes, turquoise seas to glacial lakes, New Zealand's stunning landscapes and natural geography is amazing whichever corner you decide to explore.

The best time to visit New Zealand is during the summer months of December to March. Expect long, bright, sunny days and temperatures between 61°F and 75°F. It's an ideal time to visit the lovely beaches or enjoy the many outdoor activities available, such as hiking and mountain biking.

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