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New Zealand Tour - Land of the Long White Cloud

Package Holiday

22 Days from only £3999pp (based on twin sharing)

Price shown: 11 Apr 2017

Experience magnificent National Parks, charming towns and pristine landscapes plus wonder at its volcanic geysers and boiling mud pools

Dates Of Travel

  • Travelling between 11-04-2017 and 02-05-2017

    Adult: From £3999.00

    Child: From £pls ask

    20 Nights

Whats Included

What's Included

The price of this holiday is per person, based on two people sharing a twin room, eighteen nights bed and breakfast in three and four star-star hotels in Singapore (including an early-check-in) and New Zealand (including homestead stay); two evening meals and two packed lunches; scheduled flights to Singapore and Auckland, returning from Christchurch; city sightseeing in Singapore, Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, Bay of Islands cruise, guided visit to Waitangi Treaty grounds, guided visit to the Te Puia geothermal area, Tamaki Maori village, Napier guided walk, Interislander ferry, Marlborough wine tasting, Abel Tasman coastal cruise, TranzAlpine train, 20-minute scenic helicopter flight with snow landing, Milford Sound cruise, visit to Arrowtown and Mt. Cook; hotel porterage of one item of luggage per person; all transfers; the services of a Riviera tour manager. Note: homestead stay on day 8 is on shared facilities basis; some activities such as boat cruises are weather-dependent; whilst there will be three opportunities to take the glacier helicopter flight during the tour, should weather conditions make flying unsafe, the sterling equivalent of the fare will be refunded on your return to the UK.


British passport holders do not currently require a visa to either Singapore or New Zealand, as long as your passport is valid for at least six months after the intended return date. There are no current health requirements for Singapore or New Zealand. However, whilst the travelling schedule shall pose no problems for people of any age in normal physical health, we would point out that we often enjoy walking tours (sometimes over unmade paths) so this holiday may not be suitable for clients of greatly impaired mobility. Please bear this in mind when considering this holiday. Whilst care has been taken to ensure that the information provided relating to visa requirements is true and correct at time of publication, changes in requirements after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of this information. Therefore, whilst we strive to provide the most up-to-date information, we strongly suggest that you re-confirm requirements with the relevant embassy prior to travel.

Getting to New Zealand can be a long and tiring journey, so we have chosen to include a stopover in Singapore and fly with Singapore Airlines, renowned for their world class service and with direct onward flights to Auckland and from Christchurch. We have two days here to explore the many attractions this thrilling Asian metropolis has to offer, including its dazzling architecture, superb cuisine and vibrant mix of cultures.

We stay in Auckland for two nights to give you the best opportunity to acclimatise to the time zone. We then travel to the sub-tropical Bay of Islands for two nights – a wonderful region of small historic towns and a deeply indented coastline filled with golden sandy coves, a paradise for sailing and boating.

New Zealand is primarily a farming country, full of dairy herds and of course millions of sheep – so what better way to experience this way of life than to stay a night with a New Zealand family on their farm! In the fertile region of Cambridge, south of Auckland, our group will be split between a number of local farmsteads where you’ll be able to gain a firsthand understanding the very basis of the country’s economy whilst getting to know your friendly hosts.

Rotorua is one of North Island’s greatest areas of geothermal activity, with its spectacular geysers, steaming hot pools and bubbling mud. It’s also a centre of Maori settlement and in the evening you attend a Maori Hangi (feast) featuring a Powhiri (formal welcome) and traditional songs and dances relaying the stories of Maori myths and legends, followed by a meal of lamb, chicken and kumara (sweet potato) cooked in the traditional way, in an underground oven.

We continue to the east coast and the renowned wine-producing region of Hawke’s Bay, facing the Pacific Ocean. Here we stay in charming Napier, famous for its unique architecture, a legacy of a 1931 earthquake when the whole town was rebuilt in just two years in the Art Deco style of the time.

Wellington, New Zealand’s diminutive capital, offers a bustling waterfront and from Mt Victoria, there are outstanding views of the city’s beautiful harbour. Te Papa, the fascinating National Museum, covers every aspect of New Zealand’s history, art, culture and geography.

Crossing the Cook Strait between the North and South Islands by InterIslander ferry we cruise through the Marlborough Sounds with their beautiful turquoise-blue waters on our way to Nelson, known as South Island’s sunniest spot and next to the beautiful coastal scenery of the Abel Tasman National Park.

New Zealand has gained a reputation as an outstanding wine-growing nation, and Marlborough on the northeastern corner of South Island is certainly one of the key regions

Additional Information

Deposit only £500 per person

REV - 12-10-2016

Prices are correct at the time of publication

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