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Auckland / Christchurch / Queenstown / Rotorua New Zealand (With English Tour Driver or Self-Drive)
RM4,199.00 per person
Christchurch / Queenstown / Te Anau New Zealand Experience (With English Tour Driver or Self-Drive)
RM3,549.00 per person
Auckland / Wellington / Rotorua / Napier New Zealand Exploration (Self-Drive)
RM4,969.00 per person
Auckland / Rotorua New Zealand Retreat (4 Star Hotel Self-Drive)
RM3,529.00 per person
About New ZealandConsisting of two main islands, the North and the South Island is best known for its dynamic Maori culture, amazing national parks and filled with action-packed activities. From bungee jumping, world-class skiing and surfing with amazing panoramic views of the sublime mountain, forests, lakes, and beaches, New Zealand is the perfect vacations for anyone! Top Places to Visit In New ZealandAuckland
Based around two large harbors and a major city in the north of New Zealand, Auckland is a hot spot for tourists to visit. From restaurants and bars to shopping and international events, you will be spoilt for choices with things to do in Auckland’s central city. Top things to do recommended by Packist would have to be walking around Aukland's 'Viaduct Basin ' and Wynyard Quarter for its stunning harbor views, cafes, bars, 5-Star restaurants and exciting sailing activities. For history enthusiasts, Auckland War Memorial Musuem has a collection of natural history, war memorabilia, and anthropology exhibits, plus feature exhibits which change frequently. You would not want to miss eating fish & chips in the early morning at the Auckland Fish Market. If you love art, with more than 15,000 works of art, visiting the Auckland Art Gallery is a no-brainer. A few other great main spots is the Sky Tower, Auckland Town Hall as well as One Tree Hill (Maungakiekie). If you love The Lord of The Rings / Hobbit movie series, you would not want to miss a day trip to the Hobbiton movie set!
Often known as the 'Garden City' and named after University of Oxford's own 'Christ Church' college, Christchurch is the largest city in New Zealand's South Island. Boasting its urban rejuvenation of new restaurants and bars, street art and new retail areas, Christchurch uniquely stays true to its traditional English cultural feel. Top things to do in Christchurch include visiting the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, home to a collection of over 21 hectares of exotic and local plants, you can learn about the history of gardening and plants. Take a ride in the Christchurch Tram with a day-long ticket and get off and on as you please while you view the heritage and visit the city’s landmarks such as the Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Cathedral Junction, Avon River, the Gothic-style Arts-Centre, the Canterbury Museum and New Regent Streets. You would not want to miss taking to the skies with the Christchurch Gondola where you can enjoy jaw-dropping views of the Christchurch cityscape, over the Canterbury Plains through to the captivating Southern Alps and the winding hills of the Banks Peninsula.
RotoruaA geothermal paradise that has attracted visitors from around the world, Rotorua is renowned for its fascinating Maori culture, hot springs, boiling mud pools, spouting geysers, warm geothermal springs and silica terraces. Top things to do in Rotorua includes visiting Tamaki Maori Village which is in the heart of a forest south of Rotorua where you are able to experience Maori culture at its finest. Next, have a visit to Agrodome where you are able to see a range of New Zealand's sheep varieties and watch the sheepdogs at work - definitely a great video opportunity. One of the most famous tourist spots would have to be Rotorua's Skyline Gondola which takes guests up the side of the city's Mount Ngongotaha to the activity-filled Skyline complex which sits atop the mount. You would not want to miss out on visiting the largest of the volcanically-formed lakes in the region, Lake Rotorua.
QueenstownAn amazing jewel in the middle of the South Island of New Zealand and amidst the dramatic Southern Alps, Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most scenic regions. Widely known as the adventure capital, Queenstown offers extreme experiences in jet boating, rafting, zip-lining, parachuting and paragliding (as well as hot air ballooning, trekking, fishing, climbing, and many more). Top things to do in Queenstown include visiting one of the most beautiful lakes on the planet, Lake Hayes. Under 2 hours, you will be able to walk on the loop track and be amazed at incredible views even on a cloudy day. Next, one of the most scenic journeys you can take in the Queenstown area is the drive through Skipper's Canyon where you are able to view a high suspension bridge known as Skipper's Bridge suspended in-between the vast canyon. If you are an adrenaline junkie, bungee jumping in Queenstown is a must!
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