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. While there is the option of bungee jumping from the Auckland Harbour Bridge, there is also the choice of exploring deep dark caves in Waikato.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01 : Arrival At Auckland
Upon arrival you will be met by our local representative in the arrival hall and transferred to hotel in a private vehicle. Visit Sky tower in the evening (included) later take a short walk to Viaduct harbor.
In a formerly run-down area of the Auckland waterfront, a village was created to capture the spirit of Auckland's first America's Cup defense. Where once there were old car ...
Viaduct Harbour Ave, Auckland Central 1010, New Zealand
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Day 02 : Sightseeing Tour Of Auckland
After breakfast, today morning See firsthand, why Auckland is regarded as one of the best cities in the world to live in, as you join this half day tour around the central city and picturesque suburbs. Self drive customers will pick up their rental car and go for sightseeing on self drive. Our journey begins with a short trip over the Harbour Bridge to the North Shore before returning to the central city to visit Queen St and the Auckland Viaduct. We continue on through the Auckland Domain, the historic buildings of Parnell have been transformed in to a trendy shopping area featuring many boutiques, antique, craft and specialty shops. Following this brief stop our tour will then take you along the scenic waterfront route of Tamaki Drive to the Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park, in Mission Bay. This park is a popular wedding and tourist venue, with formal gardens and perfect venue for flying a fabulous array of colourful and creative kites. The tour then returns to downtown. Overnight stay at hotel.
Originally named for Queen Victoria (circa 1840), Queen Street is the major commercial street in Auckland's CBD. it starts at Queen's Wharf on the water and extends for more ...
Day 03 : Auckland To Rotorua Via Waitomo
After breakfast, today morning you will travel across the rich Waikato farmland for Waitomo. Enjoy a guided tour of the Waitomo Caves (included) and a boat ride through the famous Glow-Worm grotto. Enjoy twinkling lights emitting from the ceiling like stars in a dark night. Later travel across to forested Mamaku Range to arrive at the thermal resort of Rotorua. SIC Customers will travel in a coach and self-drive customers will travel in their rental car. Overnight stay at hotel.
Travel from Auckland to Rotorua
Fly to Rotorua
Fly to Tauranga, bus
Day 04 : Sightseeing Tour Of Rotorua
After breakfast, today we proceed to AGRODOME (included) to witness the Agrodome Agricultural Show, where you will be entertained by New Zealand's performing sheep and other attractions. Later proceed to visit TE-PUIA thermal village (included) known for its hot springs, geysers and boiling mud pools. Watch the Maori craftsmen and learn about the traditional arts of carving and weaving and Rainbow Springs (included) to see the flower and fauna of New Zealand. SIC Customers will travel in a coach and self-drive customers will travel in their rental car. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Te Puia  home to the Whakarewarewa Valley of geothermal activity, including bubbling mud pools and geisers. General admission is $40, but once inside there are regular, ...
Day 05 : Rotorua To Queenstown
After breakfast, travel to Rotorua airport and board your flight to Queenstown (flight not included), upon arrival in Alpine city travel to your hotel. SIC Customers will travel in a shared van and self-drive customers will travel in their rental car. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay at hotel.
Travel from Rotorua to Queenstown
Fly from Rotorua
Bus to Auckland, fly
Drive, car ferry
Day 06 : Milford Sound Day Tour
After breakfast, this morning we head to Milford sound cruise (included). This famous cruise gives you an opportunity to see Mitre peak which is just out of the water and mile high. Go exploring with a nature guide in the tender vessels and kayaks. You may see fur seals lazing on the rocks and lots of sea birds and numerous waterfalls. Return back to the hotel in the evening. SIC customers will travel in a coach and self-drive customers will travel in their rental car. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 07 : Queenstown Day Free For Optional Activities
After breakfast, today you have an option to enjoy the exciting shotover jet boat ride, Ledge bungy jump, river rafting, sky diving or sky swing (activities not included). Overnight in hotel.
Queenstown is regarded as the original adventure capital of the world. Here you can experience your white water rafting adventure with a bungy jump, skydive, helicopter trip, ...
Shotover River Rafting (Grade 3-5), Queenstown, New Zealand
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Day 08 : Queenstown- Mt Cook - Christchurch
After breakfast, travel to Christchurch via Mt Cook National Park travel through the Central Otago region to Lake Pukaki and Mount Cook National Park Village. Set at the foothill of the alps, you have a close up view of Mt Cook - the highest mountain in the country. Descend the mountains and re-cross the Canterbury Plains to arrive in Christchurch in the evening. SIC Customers will travel in a coach and self-drive customers will travel in their rental car. Overnight stay in hotel.
Travel from Queenstown to Christchurch
Bus Newmans Coach Lines
Day 09 : Departure Day
After breakfast SIC customers will be transferred to airport in a shared vehicle. Self-drive customers will travel their rental car, drop the car at airport branch and board your flight for onward journey (flight not included).