Discover New Zealand


2N Auckland – 2N Rotorua – 5N Queestown – 2N Franz Josef Glacier – 2N Christchurch

New Zealand is a land of spectacular beauty, a country of diverse landscape, and a place where your clients will discover things that they won’t see anywhere else in the world. Auckland, based around 2 large harbours, is a major city in the north of New Zealand’s North Island. In the centre, the iconic Sky Tower has views of Viaduct Harbour, which is full of superyachts and lined with bars and cafes. Auckland Domain, the city’s oldest park, is based around an extinct volcano and home to the formal Wintergardens. Rotorua, a town set on its namesake lake on New Zealand’s North Island, is renowned for its geothermal activity and Maori culture. In Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa Valley, there are bubbling mud pools and the 30m-tall Pohutu Geyser, which erupts many times daily. Queenstown, New Zealand, sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps. Renowned for adventure sports, it’s also a base for exploring the region’s vineyards and historic mining towns.Franz Josef / Waiau is a small town in the West Coast region of the South Island of New Zealand. Whataroa is 32 kilometres to the north-east, and the township of Fox Glacier is 23 kilometres to the south-west. State Highway 6 runs through the town. Christchurch, known for its English heritage, is located on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Flat-bottomed punts glide on the Avon River, which meanders through the city centre.



On arrival in Auckland ‘The City of Sails’, Pick up and transfer to hotel

day 1


Breakfast at the hotel

Morning tour including Victoria Park Market, Westhaven Marina, Kelly Tarlton’s and the volcanic crater of Mt Eden for spectacular views of the city and harbour. 

Victoria Park: It is a park and sports ground in Auckland CityNew Zealand. It was opened in 1905 and named after the queen who had died four years earlier. It lies on reclaimed bay land in Freemans Bay, a suburb directly west of the Auckland CBD. However, it does not have direct connection to the foreshore anymore, as the Western Reclamation and the Viaduct Basin quarter lie between it and theWaitemata Harbour. The bay started to be filled in as early as the 1870s although the bulk of the reclamation appears to have happened after 1901. The Park was ‘finished’ around 1912, the area to the north (called the Western Reclamation) dates from after that.


Westhaven Marina It is In  Auckland, New Zealand, is the largest yacht marina in the Southern Hemisphere. The marina has nearly two thousand berths and swing moorings, and tends to be continually booked. Auckland, known as ‘City of Sails’, is generally known for its maritime passions. It is owned by Auckland Council, as successor to the Auckland City Council, which bought it from Ports of Auckland in 2004 for NZ$46 million. In 2008, it received its second-time-running international ‘Blue Flag award’ for its water quality, environmental management and safety standards. It is one of 640 marinas worldwide (and the only marina in New Zealand) to have received the award. 


Mount Eden: It  is a suburb in AucklandNew Zealand whose name honours George Eden, 1st Earl of Auckland. It is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of the Central Business District (CBD). Mt Eden Road winds its way around the side of Mount Eden Domain and continues to weave back and forth as it descends into the valley; it runs south from Eden Terrace to Three Kings. Mt Eden village centre is located roughly between Valley Road and Grange Road. The domain is accessible on foot from many of the surrounding streets, and by vehicle from Mt Eden Road. The central focus of the suburb is Maungawhau / Mount Eden, a dormant volcano whose summit is the highest natural point on the Auckland isthmus.


Kelly Tarlton`s: It is a public aquarium in Auckland, New Zealand that was opened in 1985. Located at 23 Tamaki Drive, it was the brainchild of New Zealand marine archeologist and diver Kelly Tarlton (1937–1985). Built in disused sewage storage tanks, the aquarium used a new form of acrylic shaping, which allowed curved tunnels rather than viewing areas with flat panels only, as in previous aquariums. The project is also one of the first to use conveyor belts to slowly move people through the viewing areas

day 2


Breakfast at the hotel

After breakfast, check-out from the hotel in Auckland and begin your journey through the fertile Waikato region towards Rotorua.

Travel south through the fertile Waikato region to arrive at Waitomo. Enjoy a guided tour of the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves including an underground boat ride viewing the millions of glow worms on the cavern roof. Then enjoy at  Hobbiton Movie Set 

Waitomo Glowworm Caves: The Waitomo Glowworm Caves attraction is a cave at Waitomo on the North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glow wormsArachnocampa luminosa. This species is found exclusively in New Zealand. They are around the size of an average mosquito. This cave is part of the Waitomo

Caves system that includes the Ruakuri Cave and the Aranui Cave. The attraction has a modern visitor centre at the entrance, largely designed in wood. There are organized tours that include a boat ride under the glowworms.


Hobbiton Movie Set: It is a significant location used for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and The Hobbit film series. It is situated on a family run farm about 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) west of Hinuera and 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) southwest of Matamata, in WaikatoNew Zealand, and is now a Tolkien tourism destination, offering guided tours of the set.


day 3


Breakfast at the hotel
Today half day visit to Te Puia, Paradise Valley springs and  Agrodome. After at leisure

Te puia: It is Situated in Rotorua, Te Puia is an iconic destination for visitors. Our tradition of guiding in the Whakarewarewa geothermal valley extends for generations and many of our guides have direct links to Rotorua’s earliest hosts. .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.


Paradise valley Springs: Paradise Valley Springs is an award winning Trout and Wildlife Park, set in a natural valley amongst native New Zealand bush. Paradise Valley Springs is home to several varieties of Trout, Deer, Thar (goats), Wallabies, Kune Kune pigs, Giant Eels, Native Birds, and Lions!.Discover The Pride of Paradise – our Lion Pride. Housed in a spacious and natural enclosure, allowing visitors to get very close to these Wild animals.

Agrodome: If there’s one thing people associate with New Zealand, it’s sheep, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to interact with the gentle creatures at the Agrodome Sheep Show, Farm Tour or both. This educational and family-friendly experience lets you join in on farming activities as you meet the farmers and their sheep. 

day 4


Breakfast at the hotel.

Today, your morning is free for independent exploration. Later, you will be transferred to the airport for the next destination of your holiday – Queenstown, widely known as the adventure capital of the world.

Upon your arrival at Queenstown Airport, get transferred to the hotel. After check-in at the hotel, you are free to explore the scenic alpine town of Queenstown independently.

Check in the hotel and Rest.

day 5


Breakfast at the hotel.

Today enjoy full day trip to Milford Sound Cruise.

Milford Sound Cruise: When you take a boat trip with Cruise Milford, you’ll be getting close to New Zealand fur seals basking on the rocks, massive rock faces rising for hundreds of metres out of the sea and see waterfalls cascade from ancient rainforest high in the mountains. It is a fiord in the south west of New Zealand‘s South Island, within Fiordland National Park,Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) Marine Reserve, and the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site. It has been judged the world’s top travel destination in an international survey and is acclaimed as New Zealand’s most famous tourist destination. Rudyard Kipling had previously called it the eighth Wonder of the World. 


day 6


Breakfast at the hotel

Today free day at leisure you can go for shopping and other activities such as jetboating, bungy jumping, whitewater rafting, gondola ride up Bob’s Peak, TSS Earnslaw Cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak Sheep Station, 4WD safaris and many more options. Enjoy your time in Queenstown.

TSS Earnslaw Cruise: Walter Peak is a mountain located near Queenstown, New Zealand. It has a height of 1,800 metres (5,906 ft). It is regularly visited by the TSS Earnslaw steamship, which takes passengers to the base of the mountain to visit the Walter Peak High Country Farm. The Colonel’s homestead, close to the steamships destination, is also popular and serves lunch and dinner.


4WD safaris :Travel off-road in a high performance 4WD vehicle with a maximum of 6 people on each trip.  We take you beyond the crowds.  We take you to off-road Lord of The Rings film locations.  We take you into the heart of Queenstown’s gold mining heritage.  With endless stories and knowledge to share, this tour is tailored for you.

day 7


Breakfast at the hotel.

Today Free day at leisure with an opportunity to explore To Wilderness Experience Experience,Boutique Shopping, Dinner with a View etc


Wilderness experience: Experience a day of inspiring adventure on one of the South Island’s most picturesque rivers. Join Dart River Jet Safaris for an exhilarating journey from the head of Lake Wakatipu into the pristine Dart River and spectacular Mount Aspiring National Park. The Funyak Safari offers both jet boating and drifting down the river in inflatable Funyak canoes. Along the way you will enjoy a delicious wilderness buffet lunch, stunning scenery and captivating Māori history.


Boutique Shopping Return to Queenstown in the late afternoon to explore its boutique shopping scene. Queenstown’s Mall is an ideal place to track down a gift for friends and offers a wide variety of restaurants and bars where you can spend the evening relaxing with your choice of delicious food and wine.


Dinner with a View Finish the day with a mouth watering dinner at a vineyard near Queenstown. Stoneridge Estate is ideal for incentive groups and offers unsurpassed panoramic lake and alpine mountain views


Scenic Helicopter tour Begin the day with a scenic helicopter flight over Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown township, before landing on top of mile-high Cecil Peak. The relaxed and leisurely flight will leave you with a lasting appreciation of how Queenstown earned its name – a town literally “fit for a Queen”. Continue the flight to Walter Peak Station situated on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. The beautiful garden setting at the Colonel’s Homestead, at the heart of the high country farm, is the perfect setting for a barbeque lunch. Join a walking tour to explore the property’s extensive lakeside gardens and meet some of the station’s many farm animals. Board the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw for a cruise back across the lake to Queenstown. Finish Your trip in Style No trip to Queenstown would be complete without dinner at Skyline Restaurant. Situated on top of Bob’s Peak and accessed by gondola, the restaurant serves a mouth-watering buffet including South Island salmon, seafood, salads, roast meats and delicious desserts

day 8


Breakfast at the hotel.

Today Free day at leisure

day 9


After breakfast at the hotel, check out and head north from Queenstown towards the famous Glacier Region. Drive past Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea, and through Mt. Aspiring National Park. Turn onto the western coast at Haast and drive past beautiful landscapes to reach the Fox Glacier. The Franz Josef Glacier is another 25km away from here.

The ancient Fox and Franz Josef glaciers allow tourists to experience the surreal beauty of the icefields in a convenient location. Franz Josef Glacier offers some of the most picturesque scenery in New Zealand, descending from the Southern Alps, through rainforest and down to sea level. The Fox Glacier, longer and faster moving than Franz Josef, is fed by four alpine glaciers in turn. Close to this glacier one can also see the beautiful Lake Matheson with its crystal-clear water. Visitors can opt to explore these enormous glaciers in a variety of ways – you could opt for a heli-tour, ice climbing, guided walking tours on the ice, etc. (at your own expense).

After an exhilarating day, check in at your hotel and relax. 

day 10



Today you can enjoy helicopter ride or Day for Leisure

day 11


Breakfast at the hotel

Have a delicious breakfast at your hotel and check out, driving further north towards Greymouth. Here, board the famous TranzAlpine Express for an unforgettable scenic train journey of about 4.5 hours to Christchurch.


The TranzAlpine Express has panoramic side and roof windows for the best landscape views, commentary about the trip in five languages and overhead HD video. The café carriage on the train provides beverages and snacks for purchase. Travel from Greymouth through lush alpine forests and spectacular river valleys to reach the Canterbury Plains and, finally, Christchurch. 


Upon arrival in Christchurch, you will be transferred from the railway station to your hotel. After you have checked-in and freshened up, you can relax at your hotel or choose to explore the nightlife of the city.


The largest city on the South Island, Christchurch is also called “The Garden City”. The beautiful riverside city is known for scenic sights and beautiful architecture, apart from being the gateway to the Southern Alps and the Canterbury Plains.


Rest of the day free. 

Lake Tepkapo:  It is a small town located at the southern end of the lake of the same name in the inland South Island of New Zealand. It had 369 residents according to the 2013 Census, being one of five settlements in the sparsely populated Mackenzie Basin. SH 8 runs directly through the township of Lake Tekapo – 227 km from Christchurch and 256 km from Queenstown. Daily shuttle services link Lake Tekapo to Christchurch and Queenstown. The lake is a popular tourist destination, and several resort hotels are located at the township. Lake Tekapo Airport is located 5 km west of the town. Chartered flights are available at locally based Air Safaris

day 12


After breakfast day is free for optional activities.
Christchurch : It is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand and the seat of the Canterbury Region. The Christchurch urban area lies on the South Island’s east coast, just north of Banks Peninsula. It is home to 381,800 residents,[1] making it New Zealand’s third most-populous urban area behind Auckland and Wellington .The city was named by the Canterbury Association, which settled the surrounding province of Canterbury. The name of Christchurch was agreed on at the first meeting of the association on 27 March 1848. It was suggested by John Robert Godley, who had attended Christ Church, Oxford


KaiKoura: It is a town on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 1, 180 km north of Christchurch .Kaikoura became the first local authority in the Southern Hemisphere to achieve recognition by the Earth Check Community Standard At the time of the 2013 census, the permanent resident population was 1,971, a 9.3% decrease since the 2006 census.[3] The town is the governmental seat of the territorial authority of the Kaikoura District, which is politically a part of the Canterbury Region. The District has a land area of 2,046.41 km² (790.12 sq mi) and a 2013 census population of 3,552 inhabitants. Your Whale Watch Tour by boat is a unique experience.   

day 13


Breakfast at the hotel

Today Free for Day free at leisure

In evening/night transfer to Airport to catch flight back to India

day 14