Auckland - 5N, Wellington - 3N
Auckland - 3N, Rotorua - 2N, Wellington - 3N
Rotorua - 3N, Wellington - 3N, Auckland - 3N, Christchurch - 3N, Queenstown - 3N
Dunedin - 2N, Christchurch - 2N, Rotorua - 2N
774 - 3N, 775 - 3N, 786 - 1N, 788 - 2N, 792 - 2N, 790 - 1N
Auckland - 1N, Rotorua - 1N, Wellington - 1N, Christchurch - 1N, Queenstown - 1N, Dunedin - 1N
Auckland - 3N, Rotorua - 3N, Wellington - 3N, Christchurch - 3N, Queenstown - 3N
Auckland - 3N, Rotorua - 3N, Wellington - 3N
If you are planning on vacationing in New Zealand, then you must spend 7 to 14 days here to experience the best of everything it has to offer. Auckland, the largest and most famous city of New Zealand, its tourist attractions include scenic harbour, wineries, Orewa beach and Mt Eden among others. A day tour of Auckland will show you the top highlights of the city. One has to spend at least two days exploring the Rotorua region of New Zealand to get a closer look into the popular Maori tribe of New Zealand. Apart from the Maori villages, this region is also home to a lot of geothermal parks, where you can experience bubbling Mud pools, Geysers, and hot springs. A trip to Christchurch in the south island is a must. It’s the second largest city of New Zealand that spreads across the Canterbury Plains towards the Southern Alps. Some of the attractions here include Canterbury museum, Antigua boatshed and Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. A few hours drive from here is the famous Mt. Cook or the Aoraki, the highest mountain in New Zealand. Milford Sound, in another popular tourist destination in New Zealand that is a spectacular display of nature’s grandiose. A couple of days stay in Queenstown and Wellington should be a part of your New Zealand itinerary 14 days.
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