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All Of New Zealand

All Of New Zealand

₹405000 / per person
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Explore the beauty of New Zealand with this exclusive All Of New Zealand Tour Package. Take a scenic drive through stunning landscapes such as Glacier Country and Fiordland National Park while admiring breathtaking views of Milford Sound and Lake Wakatipu. Visit iconic attractions such as Hobbiton Movie Set or take part in outdoor activities like sky diving or white water rafting. Indulge in unique cultural experiences such as a traditional Maori Hangi or visit local wineries and breweries.

Tour Plan


Day 1 - Auckland (1 Night)

MSM Holidays Tour Manager will guide all guests through the airport formalities and proceed to the city. Welcome to Auckland – a diverse, multicultural and cosmopolitan city, home to the largest Polynesian population in the world offering diverse landscapes, lush native rainforest, stunning beaches and natural wonders. We explore Auckland city we see Harbour Bridge – an eight-lane motorway bridge over the Waitemata Harbour, Westhaven Marina – home to over 2,000 boats including privately owned yachts and launches making it one of the biggest marinas in the world, Queen Street – once a dirty canal leading out to sea, today is the heart of central business district (CBD) and a shoppers paradise, Auckland Waterfront – a true gem in the Heart of the city. Later we visit the Auckland Sky Tower Observatory Deck – the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere, standing tall at 328 meters as an icon of Auckland's sky line for 20 years, enjoy the breath-taking views of the city.

Day 2 - Auckland – Waitomo – Rotorua (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Rotorua – known for its bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers, natural hot springs and fascinating Maori culture. En route we visit Waitomo Glowworm Caves – an ancient natural cave. Here we take a boat ride through the glowworm grotto, marvel at thousands of magical glowworms.

Day 3 - Rotorua

Today we enjoy the Maori show – Maori are the indigenous people of New Zealand Aotearoa, they perform traditional arts of Maori culture. Let’s experience Maori culture's close connection with nature and New Zealand, you can also click pictures with the performers. Later we visit a Te Puia / Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve – showcasing bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs. We then enjoy the Sheep Shearing Show at Agrodome – here you are introduced to 19 breeds of sheep and witness a live sheep shearing demonstration, you’ll learn the remarkable story of New Zealand and discover the full process of wool making.

Day 4 - Rotorua – Huka Falls – Wellington (2 Nights)

Today we proceed to Wellington – the capital city of New Zealand. En route we visit Huka Falls – witness the pristine blue gushing waters over a bridge. We then pass by Lake Taupo.

Day 5 - Wellington

Today explore Wellington city, we take a scenic Wellington Cable Car (subject to operation) – the only operating funicular railroad in New Zealand to admire the stunning views. We visit Te Papa Museum – translates literally to 'container of treasures' is the National Museum of New Zealand, we see the Parliament Buildings – consisting of Parliament House, The Beehive, The Parliamentary Library and Bowen House, completed by great views of the city and harbour, Old St. Pauls Cathedral – is New Zealand’s Iconic heritage place and one of the best examples of timber Gothic Revival Architecture in the world.

Day 6 - Wellington – Picton – Kaikoura (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Picton by ferry. Enjoy a journey across Cook Strait before arriving in Picton. Upon arrival we proceed to Kaikoura – a hidden gem to discover, this rugged coastal town might very well be the South Island’s best kept secret. It is one of the world’s best places for whale watching and a base for wildlife experiences of all kinds. En route we drive through Marlborough - largest winegrowing region and also get a chance to visit a winery.

Day 7 - Kaikoura – Christchurch (1 Night)

Today morning we enjoy Whale Watching – experience an up-close encounter with the world’s largest toothed predator, the giant sperm whale. Look out for other wildlife, including seals, dolphins, and birds. We then proceed to Christchurch. Upon arrival we explore Christchurch City we visit Cardboard Cathedral – built using Cardboard tubes, timber and steel and designed by the Japanese architect Shigeru Ban and Air Force Museum – which displays collection various aircrafts used during world war I and World war II.

Day 8 - Christchurch – Arthur’s Pass – Fox Glacier / Franz Josef (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Fox Glacier – a town tucked into the forested foothills of southern Alps. We enjoy a scenic drive on The Great Alpine Highway. Witness the charming historic towns and dramatic landscapes during the drive. En route we pass through one of the highest and most spectacular pass across the Southern Alps – Arthur’s Pass.

Day 9 - Fox Glacier / Franz Josef – Wanaka – Queenstown (3 Nights)

Today we enjoy a helicopter ride (subject to weather condition) which offers exceptional views. Later we proceed to Queenstown – a city that sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps, renowned for adventure sports is the birthplace of bungee jumping. En route we visit Puzzling world – featuring a multi-level outdoor maze, optical illusion rooms and a cafe with table puzzles at Wanaka.

Day 10 - Queenstown – Milford Sound – Queenstown

Today we visit Milford sound – a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a stunning natural attraction in Fiordland National Park with its magical combination of mountain peaks, ink-dark waters and superb dramatic forest-clad cliffs. En route we see Te Anau Lake – largest glacial lake in southern New Zealand, Mirror Lakes – set of lakes with lovely reflections of the Earl Mountains lying just north to the Te Anau Lake, Knobs Flat, Cascade Creek, Lake Furgus, Holyford Valley Lookout, Monkey creek, Hummer Tunnel and Chasm Waterfall. Upon arrival we embark on scenic Milford sound cruise and sail through mesmerizing landscapes of Fjord Land National Park to view vistas of Mitre Peak – one of the most photographed peaks in New Zealand and Browne Waterfalls – tallest water drop in doubtful sound. Later we stroll around Queenstown waterfront area.

Day 11 - Queenstown

We then visit bungee jumping point on Kawarau River and take a stroll around Arrow Town - historic gold mining town in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. Later we board skyline gondola ride to visit Bob Peak which offers amazing view of Queenstown. In the afternoon we experience thrills of Jet Boat Ride in Kawarau River and take photo stop at backdrop of Lake Wakatipu.

Day 12 - Queenstown – Dunedin (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Dunedin – Scottish city on south east coast of New Zealand’s south island known for its Maori heritage, Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Upon arrival we explore Dunedin city, we see Baldwin Street – named after Provincial Councillor William Baldwin and recognised as the steepest residential street in the world, Dunedin Railway station – one of the finest pieces of Edwardian Baroque style architecture in New Zealand and Albatross Colony – premier wildlife attraction on Otago Peninsula, offering a unique opportunity to observe the world's largest seabirds (Albatross) at close range. We then see Signal Hill Lookout Point – beautiful lookout point located 300 meters above the Dunedin offers gorgeous views over the city as well as Otago Harbour.

Day 13 - Dunedin – Christchurch (1 Night)

Today we proceed to Christchurch and visit International Antarctic Centre to experience a taste of this unique continent and learn about the human impact on the wildlife as well as plant system of Antarctica. Here we get a chance to experience real snow, ice as well as an indoor Antarctic storm. Later we visit Willow Bank Wildlife Reserve which has public displays of various animal species including Tuatara, Kiwi, Brown Teal and Duvaucel's gecko.

Day 14 - Christchurch – Departure to hometown

It’s time now to say goodbye, Phir Milenge! Let’s stay in touch with each other through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, etc. and meet again on yet another memorable MSM Holidays tour. See you all! ‘Chennai to Chennai’ tour guests will proceed to the airport as per their scheduled group flight departure time and start their journey back home. 'Joining & Leaving' tour guests will proceed on their own to their scheduled departure destination, like an airport, railway station, bus terminal, or cruise terminal. Tour concludes. Please note: Airline: On group tours, we generally fly well-reputed airlines that are group-friendly. During your air travel, refreshments and meals are provided as per the airline policy. However, we recommend you carry dry snacks of your choice for the flight journey. Transport: For transfers and sightseeing, we use mini coaches, big coaches, or small vans, depending on the respective tour group size. If you wish to have a separate vehicle solely for yourself or your family, it can be arranged at an additional cost, subject to availability. Sightseeing attraction: Given the current dynamic situation, some monuments or sightseeing places may be closed temporarily without any prior notice; in such cases, every attempt will be made to visit an alternate sightseeing place if possible. Hotels: The hotels on tour are comfortable and have been appreciated by MSM Holidays’s guests in the past. The category of hotels on international tours is a mix of three-star, three-star superior, and basic four-star. Meals: On tour, we provide all meals, from day one to the last day, as mentioned in the itinerary. Breakfasts are generally continental on European tours, whereas, lunches and dinners are Indian OR Indian along with a local dish OR local cuisine, OR at times fast food meals from Subway, McDonald’s, etc., depending on the convenience and ease of execution of the itinerary or the availability of food at the respective destination. Post-Covid Precautions: All tours are available for fully vaccinated guests (both doses of Covishield/Covaxin with a 15-day cooling-off period post the 2nd dose) and are subject to government directives and orders, airline connectivity, and visa regulations. All guests must follow the prevailing mandatory requirements for travel, such as RT-PCR tests (departure and arrival), a certificate of full vaccination, web check-in, self-declaration, etc., as per the airline, state, or country. Any cost incurred for such requirements is not part of the tour price and should be borne by the guests.