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coach, bus icon Departure Points - Auckland

7:30am Departure
54 Hobson St, Bus Stop Opposite Heritage Hotel


9.00am/2.00pm Departure
172 Quay St, Opposite Ferry Building

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coach, bus icon Departure Point - Christchurch

Outside “Christchurch Bus Interchange” Litchfield Street, Christchurch

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coach, bus icon Departure Point - Queenstown

8 Duke Street, Queenstown (outside Sofitel)

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New Zealand tour Destinations


Auckland City

Located on the North Island and also known as the “City of Sails” for its vibrant waterfront setting, Auckland has the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world. There’s a multitude of diverse activities and attractions to make your visit an unforgettable one … from city to bush, beach to wineries and everything in between!

Christchurch

Christchurch is the gateway city to the South Island and New Zealand’s second largest city. Known as “The Garden City” it is interwoven by two rivers linking parks, gardens and avenues. Devastated by a massive earthquake in February 2011, much of the central city with its classic neo-gothic architecture was destroyed but it remains beautiful as the city rebuilds.

Rotorua

Rotorua in the North Island is situated on the southern shores of Lake Rotorua. It is notable for its geothermal activity of boiling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hotsprings. From Rotorua discover the natural attractions of Waitomo Caves, magnificent Lake Taupo and for the Lord of the Rings fans, explore Middle Earth at Hobbiton movie set.

Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands is a three hour drive north of Auckland and is an absolute paradise for those who love beaches and marine activities as it enjoys a sub-tropical climate. It was also here that the first Europeans landed and forged the first relationships with local Maori. As a result, the famous Treaty of Waitangi became the founding document and is celebrated each year.

Milford Sound

Milford Sound, in the south west of the South Island within World Heritage Fiordland National Park, was carved by glaciers during the ice ages. English writer Rudyard Kipling has described it as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’. Bounded by sheer cliffs and thick rainforest, Milford Sound continues to enthral even the most seasoned traveller.


New Zealand

Kia Ora! Welcome to the “land of the long white cloud”. A thrill-seeker’s adventure playground and a photographic paradise, New Zealand is an epic destination for memorable experiences. Made up of two main islands, explore active volcanoes, island sanctuaries and political history of North Island while on South Island, be treated to some of the most striking scenery in this world.