New Zealand is the homeground for fun-seekers and adventurers to get their adrenaline pumping through their veins. This 7-day itinerary ensures your tour at the locations like Wellington, Rotorua, Napier, and Waiheke Island brims with adventure and fun.
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Land in Auckland, New Zealands most populated city. Your private guide will take you to your luxury hotel. Start touring with your private guide with the initial visit to Sky Tower, the tallest structure in the Southern Hemisphere. Enjoy the spectacular city panoramas at Sky Deck, Sky Cafe, and Main Observation level. The Sky Tower rewards outstanding adventures and dining. Wander through Queens Street en route to the harbor.
Visit the Auckland Museum, housed in one of New Zealand's most historic buildings in a central city pleasure garden. Appreciate the monumental carvings, shaved from local woods. Imbibe the culture that shaped modern New Zealand with unimpeded Canoes and replicated buildings.
The Auckland War Memorial Museum celebrates the countrys past. This museum is ideal for history lovers to dive into New Zealands past.
Escape the bustling city streets and head to the beautiful island of Waiheke. Begin your journey on this island teeming with beaches, vineyards, olive groves, and villages with a ferry ride from Auckland Harbor. Arrive at the opal blue waters of the island with a backdrop of lush hills.
Taste the delicacy of Stonyridge Winery. Stonyridge wines offer a rich and diverse flavor due to the varying topography. Try sampling vines such as Larose wine and Bordeaux-style red wine. Your wine glass adds more flavor to the flatbread pizza served for lunch. Savor the local ingredients, and then set out for Connells Bay, where art and nature blend. Walk along the park, observing the magnificent sculptures. Laze on the lush grass by the seaside to watch the sunset. Later, your private guide sets a ferry back to Auckland.
Get your itchy feet to Rotorua, New Zealands cultural capital. Rotorua is a unique blend of past and present, rewarding you with its historic Maori culture, fascinating geysers, and hot springs. Visit the buried town of Te Wairoa, hidden but unforgotten in the volcanic eruption of 1886. Ash covered many buildings and other aspects of the village, preserving 19th-century life and making the site a Kiwi Pompeii. Follow a hiking trail to the stunning panorama of Wairere Falls.
At night, immerse in Maori cultural experience like never before. Notice the tattooed faces and grass-woven skirts of warriors, a one-of-its-kind attire. A traditional Hangi, a Maori style of cooking, follows the show. Savor the barbeque before you take the nights sleep.
Travel with your guide from Rotorua to the seaside town of Napier. Rebuilt in 1931 after a massive earthquake, Napier celebrates the Art Deco style in Kiwi fashion. Take a guided city tour to observe the fine semi-victorian architecture. Weekend Summer Fests honors the city's reconstruction, amping up the citys spirits by reviving its past. Get a buzz out of the performances and the music as you traverse the historic streets.
Venture beyond the vibrant city to taste Trinity Hills Chardonnay flanked by Hawkes Bay.
Transfer with your guide from Napier to Wellington. Mountains and sea flanks the capital, Mount Victoria on one side, and calm Cook Strait on the other. Enjoy a cable car ride up to the Kelburn Gardens for a panoramic view of the city and the waterway curbing its edges. View several tallest buildings before heading for a steep climb to Kelburn.
Visit the gazebo at the ponds edge and spot some ducks at the shore. Eventually, make your way back to the city center, and disembark the cable car.
You will head out to sightsee the spectacular architecture in Wellington with your guide. Wander around the city and visit the Beehive, the name the locals call the executive wing of the parliament building by. The construction has pillars that circle the base, while the top levels contract as it goes higher.
The iconic buildings, museums of Wellington, and the urban ambiance are better explored on foot. Shoot the breeze at a buzz cafe like a local. Chill at Matterhorn and savor some coffee. Wellington is an ideal destination for adventure seekers and leisure lovers alike.
Your excursion of the otherworldly attractions of North Island comes to an end today. Follow your private guide to the airport for a flight back to your hometown.