Check-out from the hotel. Travel south through the rolling green hills and lush pastureland of the Waikato region to arrive at Waitomo. Enjoy a guided tour of the world-famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves with its weird and wonderful limestone formations and a magical boat ride under thousands of twinkling glowworms. On completion continue over the forested Mamaku Ranges to reach the ‘Thermal City’ of Rotorua.
Overnight at Rotorua.
The town of Waitomo is one of the North Island’s top attractions for its unique glow worm caves. Admire New Zealand’s incredible Aranocampa Luminosa glowworm as they light up the Waitomo Caves’ limestone walls. It is undoubtedly one of the must-visit places to visit in New Zealand. Explore the enchanting caves and learn about the science and history behind the entire phenomenon on an exciting boat ride.
After breakfast, proceed for the city tour. Explore Rotorua's geothermal wonderland. Enjoy a guided tour of Te Puia Thermal Reserve and see boiling mud pools and roaring geysers. Continue to Rainbow Springs to see New Zealand's trout, birds and wildlife before proceeding to the Agrodome for a farm show featuring sheep dog demonstrations, cow milking and an introduction to the sheep industry. Discover the unique culture of Maori people and spend the evening enjoying an authentic Maori Hangi (feast) and Concert.
Overnight at Rotorua.
Agrodome is a working farm with a popular farm show, plus a tour, animal interaction area & wool demonstrations. You can hear some amazing facts and have a few laughs as a real kiwi farmer introduces you to 19 different breeds of sheep. You can also get to witness a live sheep shearing demonstration. Jump up on stage for the opportunity to feed the baby lambs or even hand-milk a cow! After the show, head outside to the herding area to watch a live dog trial where our skilled farm dogs will herd sheep through a number of obstacles.
Mitai Maori Village offers you an authentic introduction to the Maori culture leaving you amazed and in awe. Witness warriors in traditional attire paddling in an ancient warrior canoe, view glow worms in their natural habitat and marvel at the sacred freshwater spring. View your traditionally cooked hangi meal being lifted from the ground. Be captivated by the displays of weaponry and combat, coupled with the grace and beauty of the poi dance. You’ll learn about our past, carvings and ta moko (tattoo art).
Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park is located seven minutes north of Rotorua along the west shore of the lake. At the Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park, not only do you have the chance to see kiwi birds in the brush, but you can also learn the ways that baby kiwis are being reintroduced into the wild. Due to invasive predators, only 5 percent of wild kiwi birds will live through to adulthood, and proceeds from the Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park help to fund programs to raise the birds from incubation up through release.
Situated in Rotorua, Te Puia is an iconic destination for visitors. Along with access to the world famous Pohutu geyser, visitors have an opportunity to see Māori cultural performances, live kiwi, boiling mud pools, native bush and the National Schools of Wood Carving and Weaving. These are the threads that form the fabric of Te Puia, fitting its role as kaitiaki (guardian) of Māori culture for future generations.
Check-out from the hotel. Travel across the fertile Canterbury Plains to Lake Tekapo before continuing on to New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mt Cook. Depart from Mt. Cook and follow the shores of Lake Pukaki south through the historic Central Otago region to the ‘Alpine Resort’ of Queenstown.
Overnight at Queenstown.
North Canterbury is a region on New Zealand’s South Island marked by grassy plains, clear lakes and snow-capped mountains. Its largest city, Christchurch, is famed for its art scene and green spaces. In this region, one can discover unique wildlife, soak in luxurious hot pools or sample world-class wines.
New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook is situated in Mount Cook National Park. It is one of the must-visit places in New Zealand if you want to be captivated by this snow-capped beauty. A visit to Mount Cook National Park will get you up close to this and many other natural wonders, from its epic glaciers to the phenomenal alpine hiking terrains around it.
New Zealand is home to many dreamy and picture-perfect destination and Lake Tekapo is one of them. Situated southwest of Christchurch, within the Mackenzie Basin, Lake Tekapo is one of the must-visit places in New Zealand. The gorgeous turquoise waters surrounded with brown hillside is a sight to see. Lake Tekapo is also home to iconic landmarks, such as the Church of the Good Shepard and its accompanying sheepdog monument.
Lake Pukaki is the largest of three roughly parallel alpine lakes running north-south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin on New Zealand's South Island. The lake is fed at its northern end by the braided Tasman River, which has its source in the Hooker and Tasman Glaciers. The combination of the magnificent lake, surrounding peaks and wide open skies are a dream for photographers.
Check-out from the hotel. Travel along the shores of lakes Wanaka and Hawea to the Haast Pass. Continue up the West Coast past spectacular mountain ranges and native forests to the glacier region of Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers.
Overnight at Glacier Region.
Amidst the lush rainforests of Westland Tai Poutini National Park lies one of New Zealand’s most treasured glacier, Franz Josef Glacier is the top attraction of New Zealand. Explore the lush rainforests, waterfalls, and lakes and let the picturesque beauty of Franz Josef Glacier mesmerize you.
Travel north to Greymouth today and board the world-famous TranzAlpine train (coach passengers only). Ascend through lush beech forests past the alpine village of Arthur’s Pass before crossing the spectacular Southern Alps onto Christchurch.
Overnight at Christchurch.
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