New Zealand - North & South Group Tour- 7 Oct 2022

(15 Days 14 Nights)

INR 249999 INR 279999

  • Auckland(3N)
  • Paihia(2N)
  • Rotorua(2N)
  • Te Anau(2N)
  • Mt Cook Village(1N)
  • Queenstown(2N)
  • Christchurch(2N)

New Zealand - North & South Group Tour- 7 Oct 2022

(14 Nights 15 Days)
  • Auckland(3N)
  • Paihia(2N)
  • Rotorua(2N)
  • Te Anau(2N)
  • Mt Cook Village(1N)
  • Queenstown(2N)
  • Christchurch(2N)

INR 249999 INR 279999


Mammoth National Parks, Dynamic Maori Culture,
Forests, Mountains, Lakes, Beaches, Fiords and
World-Class Surfing and Skiing;
Welcome to the Adventure Capital of the World
This is New Zealand, this is Epic .... Read More

INR 249999 INR 279999


Mammoth National Parks, Dynamic Maori Culture,Forests, Mountains, Lakes, Beaches, Fiords and World-Class Surfing and Skiing; Welcome to the Adventure Capital of the World. This is New Zealand, this is Epic.
Tour Itinerary
(14 Nights 15 Days)

Day 1

Arrival at Auckland

Upon arrival at Auckland International Airport, you shall be picked up in your rental vehicle and proceed to your hotel. Get an earlier flight so as to reach Auckland by morning. That leaves you with enough time to explore and drive through the city. New Zealand’s self-proclaimed ‘City of Sails’ is the country’s largest metro area. Resting between the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea, this urban paradise has something for everyone. Surrounded by native bush, rainforests and an abundance of beaches, Auckland is a playground for both the city savvy and those with an eye for adventure. Explore the central museums and galleries on foot, or take a drive through to see deserted beaches, waterfalls and native forest. Overnight in Auckland.

Day 2

Auckland City Tour

Today after breakfast; it’s time to explore the City of Auckland. New Zealand’s biggest city offers a huge variety of sightseeing tours and activities thanks to its spectacular location - Auckland straddles an isthmus between two harbours, with 48 volcanic cones scattered across its skyline. A beautiful scenic drive through Tamaki Drive Coastal Road takes you to Bastion Point for a scenic view of Auckland Harbour. We then proceed to the extinct volcanic crater Mt. Eden for a different view of Auckland. Spend a relaxing time at Auckland Domain by the foothills of One Tree Hill. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to views of the city too - the Auckland Sky Tower offers a 360 degree panorama from its Sky Deck, 220 metres above the CBD. Overnight in Auckland.

Day 3

Auckland to Paihia

After breakfast, you will head towards Paihia. Paihia is a bustling seaside town right in the heart of the Bay of Islands. It has superb golden sand beaches that are safe for swimming and sunbathing, scenic walks to explore, and a wide range of recreational activities. In the evening enjoy free time to peruse the small shops and boutiques of this quaint seaside village. Overnight in Paihia.

Day 4

Paihia (Hole in the Rock Dolphin Cruise)

After breakfast, board a deluxe catamaran and glide out towards the open ocean, past some 144 islands that make up the Bay of Islands. Glimpse at secluded islands and pristine beaches and keep watch for dolphins and whales, as you head towards the remote Cape Brett Peninsula. See the famous lighthouse perched on the headland and the famed Hole in the Rock at Motukokako Island. Marvel as your skipper expertly guides your boat through the tight space (weather and ocean conditions permitting) before heading back into the sheltered waters of the bay. You can also take a ferry to the charming township of Russell (own cost). Russell holds an important place in New Zealands history, being the countrys first sea port. New Zealands first licensed hotel, bar and restaurant, The Duke of Marlborough is located on the waterfront in the historic village of Russell. A stroll around the streets will lead you to the Catholic Mission ‘Pompallier’, which is New Zealand’s oldest surviving Roman Catholic building. Another building to admire is Christ Church, the oldest existing church in New Zealand, which still carries musket ball holes from the New Zealand Land Wars. Take the ferry back to Paihia for overnight stay.

Day 5

Paihia to Rotorua

After breakfast, head for a long journey to Rotorua. Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealands North Island, is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. Relax for the evening after a tiring journey. Overnight in Rotorua.

Day 6


Today after breakfast, visit the Agrodome for a New Zealand farm show featuring sheep dog demonstrations, cow milking and an introduction to the stars of our sheep industry. Only a short hop from the Rotorua Township youll find Te Puia, known as New Zealands living Māori cultural experience. Sprawling across 60 hectares of volcanic land, it is home to the world-renowned Pohutu Geyser, a live kiwi enclosure and more than 500 geothermal wonders. Shrouded in a continuous haze of steam, Te Puia has a dramatic and ethereal air. As youre guided along the wooden walkways, thermal springs and boiling mud pools surround you on either side, while native ferns and flax can be seen in the forest ahead. Te Puia takes pride in keeping Māori traditions and craft alive and it is home to the New Zealand National Carving and Weaving Schools. Youll have the chance to watch these unique craftspeople working as they share their skills with the next generation. Later, embark on an adventure through native New Zealand Forest. Journey through the beautiful forest canopy via an incredible network of trails, tree platforms, ziplines and swing bridges. See breathtaking views of the woodland valleys and hills as you fly through tight openings in the trees. In between the thrill of the ziplines and suspended tree bridges, your guides will share their passion and knowledge of the forest and the conservation challenges to preserve it. Overnight in Rotorua.

Day 7

Rotorua - Waitomo - Auckland

After breakfast, head to Waitomo Glowworm Caves. The Waitomo Glowworm Caves occupy a high placing in the New Zealand vacation wish-list. The glow worm, Arachnocampa Luminosa, is unique to New Zealand. Thousands of these tiny creatures radiate their unmistakable luminescent light from the roof of the Waitomo Caves. You will travel through rural NZ landscape to Waitomo Caves. On arrival you will join a guided tour of the caves, conducted by a local guide - the highlight of which is the boat ride along the Waitomo River where you have the opportunity to see the myriad of glow worm lights that make up the Glowworm Grotto. Later, proceed to Auckland for overnight stay.

Day 8

Fly to Queenstown. Transfers to Te Anau

After breakfast, we drop our rental car at ‘Auckland Airport’ and take a flight (own cost) to the ‘Adventure Capital of the World’ - Queenstown. We pick up our rental car for South Island & head towards Te Anau for overnight stay.

Day 9

Te Anau - Milford Sound - Te Anau

After breakfast, enter the Eglinton Valley and travel through the breathtaking man made Homer Tunnel to reach the most visited destination in New Zealand ‘Milford Sound’. Situated on the west coast of the South Island, Milford Sound is a fusion of spectacular natural features with amazing visual cues around every corner. Described by Rudyard Kipling as the Eighth wonder of the world, Milford Sound was carved by glaciers during the ice ages. Breathtaking in any weather, the fiords cliffs rise vertically from the dark waters, mountain peaks scrape the sky and waterfalls cascade downwards from as high as 1000 metres. When it rains in Milford Sound, and it often does, those waterfalls multiply with magnificent effect. So just sit back and relax as your cruise departs from Milford Sound Wharf, and makes its way out past the iconic Mitre Peak. Cruise the length of the 16km fiord, out past St Annes Point Lighthouse, while listening to informative commentary from Cruise Skipper who will highlight points of interest along the way including the mighty Lady Bowen Falls, Lion Mountain, Copper Point, Seal Rock and Stirling Falls. Be sure to keep an eye out for seals basking in the sun, pods of dolphins or rare Fiordland Crested Penguins that can be found seasonally within the region. Later, make your way to Te Anau for overnight stay.

Day 10

Te Anau to Queenstown

After breakfast, proceed towards Queenstown. On arrival, Take a scenic ride in the iconic Skyline Gondola and take in the stunning views as you ride the steepest cable car lift in the Southern Hemisphere! You’ll be carried 480 metres above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bobs Peak, where you’ll enjoy a spectacular 220-degree panorama with breath-taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Walter and Cecil Peak and, of course, Queenstown. Overnight in Queenstown.

Day 11

The Adrenaline Rush @ Queenstown (Your Day at Own Cost)

After breakfast, it is a day at leisure; Well Really? Is it? Why not test ourselves of what we are actually made of - A test of Nerve-Racking Guts. Queenstown, New Zealand is the undisputed adventure capital of the world! Whether its Bungy jumping from a 134m cable car, Zip lining through the forest, throwing yourself out of a plane from 15,000ft, Jetboating at 80km/h through the famous Canyons or Heli-Skiing through the driest powder in the southern hemisphere, youre sure to find an activity that will not only scare your pants off but will also leave you grinning for a year. Queenstown is the kind of place where skydiving is as much a tourist attraction as nature walks. In Queenstown, the sky is the limit, literally. A traveler with a taste for adventure has a choice between whitewater rafting, jet boating, skydiving, horse riding, bungy jumping, paragliding, mountain biking, off-roading and four wheel driving. Queenstown offers dozens of options for fun, adventure and excitement. With so much on offer, your hardest decision will be what not to do! Queenstown has long been on the map for adrenaline junkies all over the world. With the number of activities available in Queenstown, you will never be bored. We promise, these memories will last a lifetime!! Once you leave Queenstown, you will be coming back year after year, and leave a little bit wilder each time. Overnight in Queenstown.

Day 12

Queenstown to Aoraki/Mount Cook

After breakfast, proceed to Mount Cook Village visiting Lake Wanaka & Lake Pukaki enroute. Aoraki Mount Cook National Park is home of the highest mountains and the longest glaciers. It is Alpine in the purest sense - with skyscraping peaks, glaciers and permanent snow fields, all set under a star-studded sky. Mt Cook, the tallest mountain in New Zealand, helped Sir Edmund Hillary to develop his climbing skills in preparation for the conquest of Mt Everest.

Day 13

Hooker Valley - Lake Tekapo - Christchurch

After breakfast, enjoy the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana on one of the best day hikes - wind up the Hooker Valley (4 Hours) past alpine streams and glaciers in the shadow of Aoraki/Mount Cook. From the first of three swing bridges along the way, enjoy the views over the Mueller Lake and listen for the rumbling of avalanches from the distant Mount Sefton. Try to spot them before they crash into the Mueller Glacier below. After crossing the Hooker River, the track goes between old moraine ridges and humps. From the second swing bridge, the vegetation changes to more open tussock and a wider valley floor. A third swing bridge leads to the East Hooker and the source of the Hooker River. The track ends with an amazing view over the iceberg-speckled Hooker Lake and up to majestic Aoraki/Mount Cook and the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana. Return on the same track, enjoying more views down valley and across to the Sealy Range. The best time to walk this stunning track is at dawn when you can view the first rays of the sun creeping over the Southern Alps, including over New Zealand’s highest peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook. Early risers will be rewarded (so get up early and get going) with the serenity of sharing the track with only a handful of other walkers along its 10km length. Later, after lunch, proceed to Lake Tekapo - A remarkable turquoise coloured lake adds to the mountainous drama of the Southern Alps. Lake Tekapo gets its intense milky-turquoise colour from the fine rock-flour (ground by glaciers) which is suspended in the water. Lake Tekapo is in the Dark Sky Reserve & is one of the darkest areas on Planet Earth. Later, proceed towards Christchurch for overnight stay

Day 14

Christchurch City Drive

After breakfast, visit the International Antarctic Centre with a huge range of experience guaranteed to entertain you. Be chilled in the incredible Antarctic storm room. Be thrilled on an all-terrain vehicle tour. Make friends with penguins and huskies. Learn about the first expeditions, modern-day life on Scott Base and the future of humanity on the ice. Be amazed by the big screen ice tour and astonished within the immersive 4D theatre. Later, you could explore the sights of Christchurch. Drive to Cathedral Square & pass by the River Avon. Discover the city’s largest urban space at Hagley Park and explore the boutique stores of New Regent Street, New Zealand’s ‘Most Beautiful Street’. By evening, you have the option of taking a stroll & exploring the streets of Christchurch or just explore the Casino all on your own. Overnight in Christchurch.

Day 15

Onward Home

Today, after a delicious breakfast, you will be transferred to ‘Christchurch International Airport’ for your Onward Journey Home with great memories of ‘ALifetimeTrip’.




Important Information

  • The tour itinerary and inclusions are highly subjected to change based on weather conditions and less "daylight "hours. Your tour manager will go over the schedule and advise you of any alterations on a daily basis. We appreciate your flexibility and understanding that this is completely outside of our control.             
  • Travelers are requested to understand that they are traveling with a group of people from different regions, hence a cooperative travel would enable lifetime memories for every individual. It’s not expected that any traveler enter into unnecessary arguments.
  • Passengers indulging in unwanted hindrance, in the smooth operation of the tour, or quarrelling with the manager or other passengers, or a behavior that is obscene, hateful or offensive on racial, ethnic, sexual or any other grounds, shall be asked to leave the tour on the spot, and shall not be given any refund for the same.
  • If any traveler has to leave the tour mid-way, due to any reasons like death of relative, or illness or any other reasons, there shall be no refund for the remaining portion of the tour.
  • Drinking is not allowed during the travel hours of the day. Smoking as per country regulations outside the vehicle.
  • Most hostels have WiFi, but if you need more connectivity you can get a local SIM card at the airport.
  • Its advisable to carry a Forex card while you travel overseas for ease.
  • In case of any dispute, the decision of tour manager shall be final.
  • We would love to see you all as mutual Facebook friends by the time you guys end the tour! ;)

cancellation policy

In the event that you need to cancel your booking due to any avoidable or unavoidable circumstances: We must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive the request in writing.

Retention charges will be as follows
• Booking amount anytime after the tour confirmation.
• 50% of the Tour Amount between 2-3 months prior to Tour Start Date.
• 75% of the Tour Amount between 1-2 months prior to Tour Start Date.
• 100% of the Tour Amount a month prior to Tour Start Date.


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