New Zealand

Basic Details

  • 6 Nights 7 Days
  • INR 1,73,000/- (airfare extra)
  • New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • New Zealand
  • Strict

6 Nights 7 Days | 1 – 6 November 2019

Starting Price per person in twin / triple sharing

INR 1,73,000/- (airfare extra)


Day-wise Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival Auckland Airport and transfer to the hotel. Day free for own activities and leisure. Overnight in Auckland.



Day 2

Visit the Sky Tower and complete city tour of Auckland City. Overnight in Auckland.

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)


Day 3

Visit waitomo glow worm caves + Te Puia + Wakarewarewa + Agrodome. Overnight in Auckland.

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)


Day 4

Proceed to Auckland Airport to board flight to Queenstown. Arrival Queenstown Airport and transfer to the hotel. Today we will enjoy City Tour of Queenstown including Arrowtown. Overnight in Queenstown.

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)


Day 5

Today we will proceed for Tour of Wanaka and Skyline Gondola. Overnight in Queenstown.

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)


Day 6

Departure to Christchurch. En-route visit Mount Cook and Lake Tekapo. Arrival hotel. Overnight in Christchurch.

(Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner)


Day 7

Visit Antarctic Centre and Chtistchurch City Tour. Proceed to Chistchurch Airport to board flight back to Mumbai.

(Breakfast / Lunch)


Activity Descriptions

Sky Tower – Auckland

Access to 3 viewing platform; Sky Deck viewing platform at 220 meters, Main observation level at 186 meters and sky café at 182 meters.

The Sky Tower has stood tall at 328 meters as an icon of Auckland's sky line for 20 years. It's an exciting hub of adrenaline activities, superb dining and breathtaking views.

  • View the city from 220 metres high above street level.
  • Panoramic 360? views up to 80 kilometres in every direction.
  • Spot key landmarks, volcanoes and other historical locations within the greater Auckland area.
  • Enjoy free Wi-Fi** (subject to network availability) to Facebook, tweet and Snapchat your loved ones back home


City Tour - Auckland

Discover Auckland, City of Sails, with a half-day tour experiencing its scenic and historic highlights including the village of Devonport.

Travel through the city centre and over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, enjoying views of the Hauraki Gulf and city skyline. Visit the Viaduct Harbour and Auckland's famous Queen Street before continuing to the Auckland Domain. Set on the site of an extinct volcano, the Domain is Auckland's oldest park and features tropical gardens, duck ponds and public art, as well as the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

After visiting the Domain, the tour continues to Parnell Village, a charming shopping area with restored historic villas and quirky boutiques. You'll stop here for a short break (own expense). Our tour will then take you along the scenic waterfront route of Tamaki Drive to Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park, overlooking Mission Bay. Named after one of New Zealand's best-loved Prime Ministers, the park offers a panoramic outlook over the picturesque Eastern Bays, Auckland city and the Waitemata Harbour.

Your morning Auckland city tour concludes downtown, after which you can choose to take the ferry to Devonportat your leisure.


Waitomo Glow Worm – Between Auckland and Rotorua

Experience glowworms, world-famous limestone formations, Maori culture and geothermal wonders on this full-day sightseeing tour. Travel into the King Country in the heart of the North Island for a guided tour through the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves. Over 45 minutes you'll explore underground caverns and see amazing limestone stalactites and stalagmites, all formed millions of years ago. Travel by boat beneath a canopy of twinkling lights in the Glowworm Grotto for a magical end to your visit.


Agrodome – Rotorua

Experience rural New Zealand with a visit to the Agrodome, where you can tour a working farm on an all-terrain vehicle, see sheep-shearing and a sheep dog trial in action.

The Agrodome is located in the heart of a real 350-acre working farm. Join us for a guided tour of the farm, animals and our orchard.

Climb aboard the all-weather, all-terrain vehicle as we begin the tour. Along the way, there are fascinating things to learn - and a few laughs too!

You’ll get to hand-feed and take photos with all sorts of friendly animals, including Romney sheep, cattle, deer, llamas, ostrich, pigs and alpaca! During your ride you may even spot some rare breeds of sheep.

You’ll also explore our fruit orchard and olive grove and have the chance to taste natural kiwifruit juice and delicious sweet honey. Hands-on, entertaining and educational – kids and adults alike love the Farm Tour. Remember to bring your camera


Te Puia – Rotorua

At Te Puia, one of New Zealand's foremost cultural venues, see and hear traditional song and dance at a M?ori cultural performance. See how master artists are passing on their traditional skills to future generations at Te Puia's woodcarving and weaving schools, then take a guided tour of the bubbling mudpools and active geysers in the Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley. This geothermal area is home to the famous Pohutu geyser, which unleashes vapour jets up to 30 metres high.



  • Explore Te Whakarewarewa, a 60 hectare Geothermal Valley, showcasing the famous Rotorua mud pools and over 500 geothermal wonders, including the Pohutu Geyser, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest active geyser!
  • A Kiwi House & Viewing Enclosure featuring two iconic native New Zealand kiwi birds.
  • Traditional M?ori Carving and Weaving performed before your eyes, including wood, stone & bone carvings as well flax-weaving- Te Puia is home to the New Zealand M?ori Arts & Crafts Institute.
  • M?ori Art & History at Te Heketanga a Rangi, the entrance to Te Puia with 12 monumental carvings that represent celestial M?ori guardians. Hear ancestral stories of the M?ori settlement in Rotorua and about culture.
  • A model Pre-European Maori Village and sacred Marae giving you a rare glimpse into how M?ori people lived prior to European settlement, and our two Marae’s or sacred meeting houses.
  • Taonga Gallery and Gift Shop where you can commemorate your visit and purchase souvenirs, including M?ori carvings, jewellery and authentic treasures (taonga).


Useful Tip: We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and taking a warm jacket for the Waitomo Glowworm Caves guided tour.


Skyline Gondola – Queenstown

A must-do Queenstown activity!

Hop on board the Skyline Gondola and take in the stunning views as you ride the steepest cable car lift in the Southern Hemisphere!

You’ll be carried 450 metres above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bob's Peak, where you’ll enjoy a spectacular 220 degree panorama with breath-taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Walter and Cecil Peak and, of course, Queenstown.

When you get to the top, choose at your own pace from the host of family-friendly activities on offer. Take a thrilling downhill ride on the Skyline Luge, settle in for a relaxing evening with some of the best of NZ and international cuisine at Stratosfare Restaurant, or journey into the hidden world of the night sky with Skyline’s Stargazing experience - Skyline Queenstown has something on offer for everyone.


Queenstown Arrowtown Day Tour – Queenstown

There’s so many reasons to choose Queenstown Highlights. See Queenstown’s 5 best sights and activities in one very affordable fun packed morning. Group sizes are small, vehicles are luxurious, friendly local driver-guides plus hotel pick ups all ensure that Queenstown Highlights is the best tour on offer. Family friendly option.

  • Queenstown Hill Views: Spectacular birds eye views of Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, the Remarkables and Lord of the Rings locations. Great photo opportunity.
  • AJ Hackett Bungy Bridge: Discover the thrill of Bungy. Watch intrepid jumpers from the viewing deck. Maybe even jump yourself!
  • Gibbston Valley Winery: Enjoy a selection of three wines produced on site. Enjoy the winery’s fine gift shop and the region’s only cheesery.
  • Lord of the Rings Film Sites–Pillars of the Kings: Be transported to Middle Earth at the Kawarau Gorge, film location for the Pillars of the Kings. Great for photos.
  • Captivating Arrowtown: Discover beautiful Arrowtown’s golden history and colonial architecture. Highlights are the Lakes District Museum and Chinese Miners’ Settlement. Plus boutique shopping, great cafes and restaurants.


You will need to bring


  • A camera!
  • In the winter months we recommend a warm jacket and in the summer months sunscreen, sunglasses and a sunhat.

Wanaka Day Tour – Queenstown


Historically used by Maori as a pathway to greenstone sites and later by goldminers for accommodation close to Cardrona claims, today Wanaka has branded itself as a lifestyle reserve; rich in family adventures, eco-tours, recreational trails and nearby skifields, it is surrounded by huge mountains and massive glaciers. We will lead you to the Reflection Tree, which grows within the lake. It is obsessively photographed across every season, and you will see why.

Then will have one hour of free time to wander Wanaka at your whim, maybe you'll look around the shops, sit and have an icecream by the lake, or go for a walk along the lake path? The choice is yours. We recommend choosing an easy lunch option from one of the nearby cafes and taking advantage of the views.

Wanaka is famous for its slightly weird and wacky attractions so be sure to give these a go:

  • Puzzling World - The Illusion Rooms, Puzzle Centre and Maze will leave you baffled!
  • National Transport and Toy Museum - visit the largest collection of toys in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Warbirds & Wheels - classic cars, warbirds and wearable creations.
  • Wanaka Lavender Farm - enjoy a breathtaking walk lavender fields & meet the resident animals
  • #thatwanakatree - NZ's most photographed tree


The Crown Range

As we head back towards Queenstown, we will take the Crown Range home. As New Zealand's highest sealed road, the Crown Range is usually covered in snow in winter and boasts some incredible viewing platforms. You will step out and soak these up and grab a photo or three.



But before you do...we still have one famous stop to make. Built in 1863 to service gold prospectors, offering them accommodation, and a place to stop and seek refreshment, is Cardrona Hotel. It is one of New Zealand's oldest pubs, and possibly the most well-known (it has been much photographed internationally). Pop in and explore, and we'll shout you a beer or soft drink to enjoy in the beer garden or by the fire. You've worked for it.


Mt.Cook and Lake Tekap

Fringed by snow grass plains, opalescent glacial lakes, and snow-capped peaks, Mount Cook rises 12,218 feet (3,724 m) over the South Island. Spend a day journeying across the rugged landscape of Mount Cook National Park and exploring the icy mass of the Tasman Glacier.

Ride across the Canterbury Plains, the foothills of the Southern Alps, and the vast, scrubby expanse of the desert-like Mackenzie Basin.

Make your way to Lake Tekapo, a shimmering, turquoise swath of iridescent water that seems to glow amid the surrounding brush. Walk along the shore and snap a photo of the historic stone Church of the Good Shepherd before continuing up along the banks of Lake Pukaki, an opaque jewel framed by the Southern Alps.

Take in the rocky winterscape as you enter Mount Cook National Park, you have some free time to explore at your leisure, trekking along nature trails or perhaps opting to take a helicopter flight over the glacial terrain. Walk to the viewpoint of the Tasman Glacier to see Lake Tasman. This iceberg-dotted body of water has just formed in recent decades as the glacier has retreated.

As your alpine afternoon comes to a close, begin your return ride to Christchurch, stopping mid-drive for late afternoon where you can opt to enjoy tea in the charming high country township of Fairlie.


Antarctic Centre – Christchurch

Packed all the mystery and excitement of the Antarctic into one incredible award-winning visitor destination.

Located next to Christchurch International Airport, and open every day of the year, the International Antarctic Centre has a huge range of experiences guaranteed to entertain the whole family. Be chilled in our incredible Antarctic storm room. Be thrilled on an all-terrain vehicle tour. Make friends with penguins and huskies. Learn about the first expeditions, modern day life on Scott Base and the future of humanity on the ice. Be amazed through the big screen ice tour and astonished within the immersive

4D theatre. In just a few hours here the icy continent will create memories to last a lifetime. It’s cold. It’s cool. It’s waiting to be discovered by you.

This includes

  1. Hagglund Rides
  2. Strom Room
  3. Husky Zone
  4. Little Blue Penguins
  5. HD Theatre
  6. 4D Theatre
  7. Antarctic Museum




Price includes:

  • Tourist Visa
  • Airfare from Auckland to Chistchurch
  • Round trip transfers airport/hotel
  • Accommodation in decent hotels
  • Travel Insurance
  • Game Drives and activities as mentioned above
  • Meals as described
  • 1-litre bottled mineral water per person per day whilst on safari
  • Transportation


Price excludes:

  • Airfare (at actuals)
  • Extra price for transport if client chooses different flight.
  • Increase in visa fees, taxes etc.
  • Meals not described in the itinerary
  • Airport Taxes
  • Tips and gratuities to driver/guide; hotel/camp and restaurant staff; room service etc. Mineral water during meals
  • Items of a personal nature i.e., telephone/internet usage, laundry, bottled water and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, etc.
  • Any optional tours or excursions not mentioned in the itinerary

Terms and Conditions

  • Company is not responsible for loss of passport, loss of foreign currency, loss / damage of luggage and any other important documents of the client.
  • Company doesn’t book air tickets in advance. Airfare should be paid by client as per the rate on the day of ticket booking.
  • Check-in and check-out timings of the hotels should be followed. Early check-in or a late checkout is not guaranteed and is only on request.
  • Passengers are requested to take care of their belongings.
  • We have a right to change the itinerary as per the situation without any prior notice.
  • 80% of the total tour cost should be paid at the time of booking. Remaining 20% should be paid before
  • 10 days before the departure.
  • We are not liable for damages for any delay or default in performance during the term hereof if such delay or default is caused by conditions beyond its control, including, but not limited to, acts of God, Government restrictions, continuing domestic or international problems such as wars or insurrections, strikes, fires, floods, terrorist attacks, work stoppages and embargoes.
  • Any disputes arising in respect of the tour shall be subject to Mumbai Jurisdiction.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation policy (provided full payment should be received at the time of cancellation)

  • 10 days or less - 100% of the cost
  • Between 11 - 20 days - 30% of the cost
  • 21 days or more – 20% of the cost


Following items will not be considered for refund

  • Airfare
  • Visa fees and processing charges
  • Government taxes