5D4N New Zealand Tour - Northern Escape Package
DAY 1 - ARRIVE AUCKLAND
Upon arrival at Auckland, New Zealand airport, seat in coach guests will meet and transferred to the hotel.
DAY 2 - AUCKLAND - BAY OF ISLANDS (B)
The hotel served the morning breakfast. After that, you will travel to the north over Auckland’s Harbour Bridge and along the Hibiscus Coast. There is an opportunity to view Mighty Kauri Trees en route. Continue north to arrive in the beautiful Bay of Islands. In the afternoon, You will enjoy a guided tour of the Waitangi Treaty Grounds followed by a ‘Hole in the Rock’ cruise. Disembark from the cruise in ‘Romantic Russell’ and spend some time exploring before taking a ferry back to Paihia at your leisure (ferry ticket included).
DAY 3 - BAY OF ISLANDS (B)
In the morning, breakfast will be served at the hotel. Later, you are free at your own leisure to enjoy the Bay of Islands and Northland. You may book an optional Cape Reinga & Ninety Mile Beach Day Tour or take time to explore historic Russell or Kerikeri (optional activities not included).
DAY 4 - BAY OF ISLANDS - AUCKLAND (B)
After breakfast, it's free and easy. You can go to further explore this beautiful region. Later in the afternoon return back to Auckland.
DAY 5 - DEPARTURE (B)
Eat your early meals. Then, you will be transferred to the airport for your departure. Tour end with sweet memory in New Zealand.
HOTEL USED: STANDARD HOTEL
Auckland - Auckland City Hotel or Copthorne Hotel Auckland City
Bay of Islands - Kingsgate Hotel Autolodge Paihia
- Daily departures and breakfast
- Minimum 2 pax
- All sightseeing entry fees included (as mentioned in each itinerary)
- 4 nights accommodations and transportation
- Tour Packages can be taken in the reverse direction
- Packages can be extended with extra nights and additional location
- Packages can be personalized with specific optional tours and activities
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New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean consisting of 2 main islands, both marked by volcanoes and glaciation. Capital Wellington, on the North Island, is home to Te Papa Tongarewa, the expansive national museum.