Experience the exquisite natural beauty of New Zealand
As one of the most desired countries to visit in the world, the only question to ask is when are you going?
New Zealand in all its splendor awaits you. This magnificent country is one of the most photogenic countries in the world and has scenery so beautiful it hurts. Split into 2 islands, The North Island offers a stunning coastline, the majesty of towering Kauri trees in the Bay of Islands, gorgeous lakes and traditional Mauri experiences in Rotorua with some great hiking including the Tongariro Crossing. Try and include the Coramandel Peninsula in your holiday and the drive to Napier hugging the shores.
The South Island is the grander relation for sure and the scenery here defies belief at times. Thank goodness for digital cameras, as you will take far, far too many photographs. Each corner you turn is a better photo shot than the last.
Rugged Mountain peaks are carpeted by aqua blue lakes with often empty roads leading to, from and around them. Mount Cook, Queenstown, Wanaka, Milford and Doubtful Sounds, Franz Josef, Picton, Marlborough Sounds, Blenheim are all part of the long list of places you may be lucky enough to visit, time permitting. If you are driving yourselves then don’t bypass the wonderful Northern Tip of the South Island. Often overlooked and without doubt a world beater when it comes to scenery and so many things to do.
If you enjoy hiking then New Zealand cannot be beaten. There are some absolute gems here ranging from 1 day to 8 day hikes. We can even transport your luggage each day.
New Zealand is touring heaven. There are 3 usual ways of getting around New Zealand each with their own advantages. For those who enjoy the company of others, then an escorted tour is for you. Likeminded adventurers aboard a very comfortable coach, ably assisted by a knowledgeable informative guide throughout. You will not only see a lot but also learn a lot along the way.
For the more independent there is a self-drive option. Helped by the fact that NZ drives on the left like the UK, driving in New Zealand couldn’t be easier, with many roads seemingly bereft of other vehicles. It is also a pleasure. You can stay in exquisite lodges, small boutique homes or well-located and convenient hotel rooms. We plan your stays and you can choose how long to stop in each place. Do you turn left instead of right? Take the inland road or the coastal route? The choice is yours and you’ll find it quite liberating.
There is also the Motorhome, your house on wheels. New Zealand is blessed with excellent campgrounds and in many parts of the country you can wild camp – just park up and enjoy your chosen view.
Whatever type of touring you choose, New Zealand Sky are here to help plan your once-in-a-lifetime adventure. We know New Zealand like no other with unrivalled knowledge and personal experience of every corner of this amazing country. Our team of destination experts can tailor-make your dream holiday, making sure that you see and do everything on your wish list. Book now and start looking forward a truly unforgettable visit.
Kia Ora New Zealand
16 nights from £2,649 per person – available 2018 & 2019
A 17-day adventure that extends from the far North and Ninety Mile Beach to Milford Sound and the beauty of the South Island. If you’re a first-time visitor to the breath-taking landscape of New Zealand, this is a brilliant tour that ticks off many of the main highlights. Beginning in Auckland and ending in Christchurch, this is a comprehensive view of one of the most exciting and beautiful countries in the world.
Exclusive offer: Save £350 per person Book your holiday by 31 Mar 18 and save up to £350 per person when you travel between 1 Apr 18 – 23 Mar 19.
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