Customised Holiday in North Island

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Romancing New Zealand - Sample Itinerary

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Auckland

The City of Sails
Welcome to New Zealand's largest and the most diverse city. Auckland is also the most vibrant, bustling and multicultural city in New Zealand which stretches over volcanic hills, sitting between the twin Waitemata and Manukau harbours.

With a sunny climate, a background rhythm of Polynesian culture and a passion for outstanding food, wine and shopping, Auckland offers you an urban environment where everything is within half an hour of beautiful beaches, hiking trails and a dozen enchanted holiday islands. Auckland is the biggest Polynesian city in the world.

Splurge in the Swanky
Biggest Polynesian city in the world, Auckland, has recently welcomed a raft of bars, boutiques and restaurants, highlighting the locally made products, from excellent craft beer and wine to fashion and art.

With everything from top-end designers to open air street markets, Auckland is a shopaholic's paradise. Enjoy the city's diverse cafes, restaurants and nightlife including the favourites’ Wynyard Quarter, the Viaduct Harbour and the Britomart precinct.

The Water Nation
Auckland has more boats per capita than anywhere else in the world. From Wild West Coast surf beaches to the tranquil Hauraki Gulf, the sea and all its attractions engulfing Auckland, are why it got tagged as the "City of Sails".

Whether its relishing Auckland’s a relaxing harbour cruise, a fishing charter, whale and dolphin safari, kayaking or surfing, you cannot seem to escape the water while in Auckland.

Explore the Exquisiteness
Delve into the cinematic beauty of the North Island countryside and explore the charming and magnificent landscapes of the silver screen fame in Auckland. Also discover the San Francisco-steep streets and regenerated neighborhoods of newly vibrant Auckland.


Discover the recently extended and beautifully refurbished Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, holding an exceptional collection of traditional and contemporary art, with more than 15,000 works, as well as visiting exhibitions. Don't forget to unwind your stay at Auckland at the Noel Lane-designed Glass House with a delicious lunch and taste the range of elegant Brick Bay wines against the backdrop of rolling hills and sparkling ocean.

Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands, a stunningly beautiful length of sand and rock coastline that circles a sea pierced by 150 islands is the most picturesque and popular holiday sites in New Zealand which combines great outdoor experiences with some of New Zealand's most significant historic sites.

Cruise from Auckland, or start your holiday in Paihia, and treat yourself to the finest collection of Islands, Bays and beaches in the country with a bounty of ocean life including big marlin, penguins, whales, gannets, dolphins, and many other species.

The Bay of Islands offers many activities and attractions for all travelers. Whether it is a relaxing day at the beach or adrenaline pumping adventures like horse trekking in the waters, this place will give you a holiday of a lifetime. Get tempted by crystal clear sea that sparkles like diamonds and owe yourself a trip to the green-blue world of island and beaches. Travel around through charter boats and ferries or paddle a sea kayak and enjoy the local views, as you explore the islands’ nooks and crannies.

Aquatic voyages
The Bay of islands has become a meeting point in the South Pacific for overseas sailing yachts on world cruises, marine enthusiasts, international sport fishermen and golfers and, due to this regions impeccable natural environment.

Swim with the local common and bottlenose dolphins, or take a diving trip to see the final resting place of the Rainbow Warrior wreck at 'Hole in the Rock' off Cape Brett. Do whale watching, big game fishing for marlin, tuna and kingfish or a dive trip to the Rainbow Warrior which operates out of Paihia.

Accessible from Bay of Islands, visit Cape Reinga, the northern most point of the country offering great vistas of the Pacific Ocean & Tasman Sea.

Travel through the time machine!
The townships of this historical bay are alive with memories of the area's fascinating colourful memories of the past. Explore the well-preserved relics of the past, both Maori and European, in romantic Russell, Paihia, Waitangi or Kerikeri.

Enclose yourself in the orchard plantings at the horticultural hub, Kerikeri, also one of country’s fastest growing townships. The earliest permanent settlement in New Zealand, Kerikeri houses some of the country’s oldest buildings, bush walks, arts and crafts and local cuisine.

Leisure at Russell, which once, a rowdy and bustling capital of New Zealand, now maintains a lively and casual island feel to itself.


Rotorua

Best of New Zealand is packed in Rotorua!

Whatever your desire, be it tame or tempestuous, Rotorua will sweep you off your feet, on a journey of discovery and wonder. Nestled beside the magnificent blue Lake Rotorua, the township of Rotorua is home to one of the most unique tourism sites in the world. Aside from the breathtaking scenery of this volcanic-shaped wonderland, the 16 beautiful lakes in the region and the lush green of the abundant native flora, Rotorua is a geothermal paradise and the cultural heartland.
A place of fascinating Maori culture, No visit to New Zealand would be complete without stopping here. Renowned for its welcoming hospitality - often referred to as the traditional spirit of 'manaakitanga'.

Calling the peace seekers:
Stroll through the streets of Rotorua, voted New Zealand's most beautiful city six times, and instantly feel like you have entered another world. Rotorua still maintains its small town charms with an abundance of activities ranging from spiritually fulfilling to adrenaline charged action. Cooked in the steaming ground, take a tour of an authentic pre-European Maori village or treat yourself to an indulgent spa therapy. Or spend quality time on a big trout fishing area with fishing on the lakes and tributary.

And the Adrenalin chasers:
Considered by adventurous visitors to be one of New Zealand’s top adrenalin destinations, Rotorua is home to a host of thrilling activities, many of them world firsts. Some of them being, white water rafting and sledging, four wheel driving, bungy jumping, jet boating and Zorbing. Daredevils can enjoy a scream slide into a volcanic crater or race their friends down a mountainside on a loge cart. Rotorua is guaranteed to satisfy even the most hard-core adrenalin junkie.

Get your breath taken away!
Witness the awe-inspiring power of nature at its most temperamental at one of the geothermal parks within the Rotorua region. Geysers, hot mud pools and steaming craters are testament to the incredible earthen forces on display in this diversely beautiful location. Visit the geothermal areas in Rotorua for a truly magnificent display of the wonders of this region.
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