One of the most sought-after tourist locations in New Zealand. The social and ecological characteristics of this picture-perfect location are the reason why people frequently favour it. Beautiful beaches in Auckland and the North Island, the breathtaking Mt. Cook mountain range, and vibrant cities like Queenstown for a luxurious experience are all found in this beautiful country. New Zealand is a mecca for thrill-seekers, with activities like skydiving and bungee jumping in Queenstown dominating the nation. However, nature is what initially draws you there. This country in the Southern Hemisphere also serves up a number of mouthwatering dishes, including hangi and the New Zealand burger. Don’t overlook New Zealand’s world-famous wines and beers, either. Everyone can find something to enjoy in New Zealand.
There is no doubt that you will have an experience that you enjoy here. Your trip to New Zealand will undoubtedly make history, thanks to the country’s commitment to making it so. New Zealand is a lovely nation. Every kilometre sees a change in the landscape’s colours. Beautiful nature abounds in New Zealand. Every few kilometres, the scenery and shades are different. A few hours after passing through picturesque coastal roads, you might arrive at the sight of snow-capped mountains. The nation is blessed with a wide variety of natural retreats, including lakes, mountains, and beaches. And to top it all off, everything is served close to each other. It wouldn’t take much distance for you to have a completely different and exceptional experience. Discover New Zealand’s true beauty on a 5-day tour with Tripfinder.
4N Stay at the Auckland City Hotel or similar
Bed & Breakfast
Auckland: Half-Day Car Tour
The Best of Both Worlds
Hobbiton Express Tour
Tours on a SIC Basis
Water during the tour
Professional English Speaking Guide
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When you arrive in Auckland, a representative will greet you and take you to your hotel. The rest of the day is free.
Auckland serves as the primary entry and exit point into and out of New Zealand. It is home to the country’s biggest and busiest international airport, largest international seaport, and most important goods distribution hub. Auckland is a friendly place to call home for both native New Zealanders and immigrants. It is surrounded by stunning natural beauty and beaches and supported by top-notch health and educational systems.
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Breakfast in the hotel – For those with limited time, we offer our signature half-day tours. What Auckland has to offer, but you don’t want to skip any of the incredible sights! Taking in some of Auckland’s best sights during a day tour will give you wonderful memories. Admire the upscale Devonport and North Head neighbourhoods as you pass the Auckland Harbour Bridge.
When the Auckland Harbour Bridge first opened on May 30, 1959, 11,205 vehicles per day used it. The Auckland Harbour Bridge is actually made up of three bridges. The original four-lane “truss” bridge, along with the two clip-ons, is the section in the middle with the steep arches and flags on top.
Navigate the Viaduct and Auckland Waterfront.
An establishment that is well-liked among Aucklanders and where you can eat, unwind, go out, and observe daily life. A charming harbour, The Viaduct Harbour is encircled by eateries, bars, and cafes. Both locals and tourists find it to be a popular destination.
Continue on past Mount Eden, the magnificent Auckland Domain, the Museum, and Wintergardens as you make your way to Mission Bay, Tamaki Drive, and Achilles Point.
Mount Eden: Maungawhau, or Mount Eden, is Auckland’s tallest volcano, standing 196 meters high. You can get breathtaking views of the city and its harbours from the summit. Within the summit cone is a sizable, well-preserved crater that is about 50 meters deep.
Auckland Domain: The oldest and largest park is Pukekawa or Auckland Domain. A 75-hectare development built around the cone of a long-extinct volcano. The land contours are marked by the “tuff rings” produced by volcanic activity, which create a natural amphitheatre.
Achilles Point: Achilles Point honours the River Plate Battle of 1939, in which the New Zealand-manned ship Achilles battled alongside other allied ships to defeat the storied German cruiser Graf Spee. The extended viewing platform at Achilles Point provides breathtaking views and a fantastic vantage point to see the sun rise or set.
Lastly, discover the past of Parnell Village, the oldest neighbourhood in Auckland.
Parnell Village: Ewelme Cottage, Kinder House, St. Stephens Chapel, St Mary’s Church, and St John the Baptist Church, as well as a number of other residential and commercial buildings, some of which are featured, are among the many buildings in Parnell that still have heritage status and serve as outstanding examples of New Zealand heritage.
Our small tour groups, luxurious Mercedes-Benz cars, and knowledgeable, approachable, and highly recommended half-day tours are jam-packed with the most well-known attractions thanks to our knowledgeable guides and regional expertise.
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Breakfast at the hotel: The morning tour is an exploration journey created to learn about the history and sights and observe how Aucklanders occupy their time.
Travel up Queen Street, past Auckland University, through the city’s financial district, and through the Domain, a park in the centre of the city. Walk through the picturesque suburb and further explore Ponsonby’s historical structures before crossing the Harbour Bridge to reach Auckland’s Coastal North. Take a stroll along one of our lovely white-sand beaches and stop for coffee before ascending Mt. Victoria’s summit for its breathtaking 360-degree views of Auckland city and historic Devonport.
Queen Street: In Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand, Queen Street is the main commercial thoroughfare. The Downtown Ferry Terminal and the Britomart Transport Centre are nearby at the northern end.
Mt. Victoria’s summit: On a clear day, Mount Victoria’s summit provides panoramic views of Wellington’s skyline, harbour, and surrounding hills. The historic Lookout’s distinctive collection of military artefacts and memorabilia offers a special window into the city’s past.
Return across the Harbour Bridge after that to see Westhaven Marina, which is one of the largest marinas in the Southern Hemisphere.
Westhaven Marina: The largest yacht marina in the Southern Hemisphere is Westhaven Marina in Auckland, New Zealand. The marina, which has close to 2,000 berths and swing moorings, is frequently booked. The “City of Sails,” Auckland, is well known for its love of the sea.
The Arataki Centre is accessible from central Auckland by car in 30 minutes. Here, the expansive decks offer breathtaking panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea.
Arataki Visitor Centre: West Auckland, New Zealand’s Arataki Visitor Centre is a tourist and educational destination frequently referred to as the entrance to the. The centre sponsors educational activities and disseminates information about the Waitakere Ranges.
Learn about the history of the area while admiring the magnificent traditional Maori carvings that are keeping watch.
Maori carvings: Form and function were seamlessly incorporated into traditional Mori art. Things were created primarily for functional or symbolic reasons. They expressed spiritual ideas in natural materials like wood, stone, bone, and flax to give cultural belief systems a visual form and shape.
Your eco-tour continues with a simple bush walk led by your knowledgeable and experienced guide through a lush rainforest where you can hear native bird songs while passing kauri trees, giant tree ferns, and other native plants. Head further west and experience the power of the wild and rugged west coast. Feel the soft, black sand beneath your feet as you stroll along some of the most awe-inspiring beaches the world has to offer.
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Breakfast at the hotel. Allow Bush and Beach to lead you on a fantastical journey to the Hobbiton Movie through Middle-earth. A fascinating guided tour uses scenes from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings movie trilogies.
Sir Peter Jackson went back to Hobbiton to shoot “The Hobbit” movies several years later, in 2009. As a result, Hobbiton is now home to The Green Dragon Inn and 44 permanent Hobbit Holes, which frequently appear in books and movies. Unsurprisingly, Hobbiton has grown to be a very well-liked tourist destination. The holes used by actors portraying hobbits were constructed at 90% scale, while Gandalf’s holes were constructed at 60% scale to give the illusion that he is larger. 7. The enormous oak perched atop Bag End is entirely fake and was built just for the movie.
To reach the fertile farmland of the Waikato region, travel south from Auckland over the Bombay Hills. You travel through rolling green hills that serve as a reminder that you are getting close to The Shire. Your Bush and Beach guide will provide commentary on the route to Hobbiton, offering observations on the regions you are passing through and some context for the films.
You start your tour of the Hobbiton movie set when you get to Shire’s Rest. The only remaining portion of the “green set” in New Zealand, this location is the biggest “green set” in the entire world. You can see the party tree, the mill, a double arch bridge, and 44 hobbit holes.
You can take a picture at the gate to Bilbo’s home, “Bag End,” in this breathtaking setting, looking over the entire set to the hills in the distance. A trip to the Green Dragon Inn for a drink marks the conclusion of the tour. Your lavish feast is included at the Party marquee after the tour before you return to Auckland before the traffic gets congested.
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Breakfast at the hotel, check out and fly back home after a memorable trip.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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Peak season surcharges may apply on some dates.
The itinerary is subject to change or swap without any prior notice.
There will not be any refund for any unutilized service or sightseeing. It is nonrefundable if there is any deportation.
In case of unavailability withinside the referred to hotels, change lodging could be organized in a comparable class hotel.
Any meals and services not mentioned in the itinerary are not included.
You are completely liable for verifying and acquiring the files required for your ride and visa.
Check-in to the hotel is always 1400–1500 hours, and checkout is always 1100–1200 hours. Early check-in and late checkout are subject to availability unless otherwise specified in the inclusion column.
Entrance fee optional
Visa fees are optional.
Note: Rates are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. Passports and UAE Residence visas must be valid for up to 6 Months from the date of travel. Visa approvals are subject to the embassy.