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Dazzling New Zealand – 12 Days

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  • TRIP SUMMARY

    Synopsis of the Program

    The Dazzling program has been designed to bring you to unique locations of the North & South Island. It is a trip that traverses from North to South and showcases some of the best parts of New Zealand. You will witness some of the most amazing landscapes on the planet and experience them up close to give you a glimpse of this wonderful country.

    Destination Flow excluding arrival and departure locations

    • Auckland – Paihia – by road – 230 KM
    • Paihia – Matakana – Goat Island – Auckland – by road – 275 KM
    • Auckland – Waitomo – Rotorua – by road – 345 KM
    • Rotorua – Auckland Airport – by road – 215 KM
    • Auckland – Queenstown – by air – distance not applicable
    • Queenstown – Milford Sound –Queenstown – by road – 590 KM
    • Queenstown – Glacier Country (Fox Glacier/Franz Josef) – by road – 355 KM
    • Glacier Country – (Fox Glacier/Franz Josef)) – Greymouth – by road – 170 KM
    • Greymouth – Christchurch – by rail – 240 KM

    Included Experiences

    • Total Tower Experience (Sky Tower) – Auckland
    • Hole in the Rock Cruise – Paihia (Bay of Islands)
    • City Highlights Tour – Auckland
    • Glow Worm Caves – Waitomo
    • Agrodome Farm Show – Rotorua
    • Te Puia (Te Ra Day Pass) – Rotorua
    • Te Po ( Te Puia) Indigenous Evening Experience with Maori concert and dinner

    OR

    • Tamaki Maori Village Experience with Maori concert and dinner
    • Queenstown Highlights Tour – Queenstown
    • Milford Sound Scenic Cruise with Lunch – Milford Sound
    • Gondola – Queenstown
    • TranzAlpine Scenic Rail -Greymouth to Christchurch
    • City Highlights Tour – Christchurch
    • AUCKLAND

      AUCKLAND:  

      Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand, home to close to a third of the country’s inhabitants. This is a world-class destination that has so much to explore. The city is built on a live basaltic volcanic field and this means that the landscape varies greatly. Here you will find steaming lakes next to craters, lava caves on recently formed volcanic islands and bubbling mud pools creating colourful mineral deposits. Adrenaline junkies love Auckland for all the leisure activities on offer, including sky jumps, canyoning, kayaking and more. Art galleries, top restaurants, shopping centres and markets add to extensive sightseeing in and around the city.

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    • NORTHLAND

      NORTHLAND: 

      Extending from Auckland to the northernmost tip of New Zealand, the Northland region is home to diverse scenery that includes stunning isolated beaches, rolling farmland and rugged landscapes, presenting tourists with an array of activities such as diving, mountain biking, hiking or simply sightseeing. The area is best experienced on the 800km Twin Coast Discovery Highway which takes visitors to the ancient Kauri forests on the west coast, the Bay of Islands and city of Whangerei in the east, and to Cape Reinga, where the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean collide.

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    • ROTORUA

      ROTORUA: 

      The city of Rotorua has been a spa town since the 1800s, thanks to the many geysers, hot springs and mud pools that can be found in what is one of the world’s most active geothermal fields. The Maori, who considered the region sacred, make up 35% of the population and a popular attraction is discovering their rich culture and traditions. Rotorua is surrounded by lakes, mountains, forests and other natural features that afford visitors the opportunity to try out a number of outdoor activities between relaxing sessions in the hot springs and pools.

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    • QUEENSTOWN

      QUEENSTOWN: 

       Queenstown is situated on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and has stunning views of the surrounding alpine peaks. Considered by many as one of the world’s adventure capitals, it offers visitors a wide selection of adrenaline-boosting activities to choose from, such as bungee jumping, white water rafting, zip lining, skiing and skydiving. Queenstown also has a lively bar and restaurant scene, and for those who prefer the quieter things in life there are vineyards, golf courses, spas and wellness centres.

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    • FOR GLACIER

      FOX GLACIER: 

      Fox Glacier village is in “Glacier Country” on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. Tucked discreetly into the rain forest-clad foothills of the Southern Alps, it has a stunning outlook across the surrounding farms and offers breath-taking views of New Zealand’s two highest peaks, Aoraki/Mt Cook and Mt Tasman. The tiny township was founded from a gold strike which soon petered out, and it now mostly serves as a base for visitors to its massive icy namesake. Compared to its larger, busier neighbour Franz Josef, Fox Glacier exudes a quieter, more intimate atmosphere. But don’t let its sleepy appearance deceive you – there is plenty to thrill even the most enthusiastic adrenalin junkie. Visitors can journey deep into the towering rain forests, explore the blue ice caves of the glaciers, jet-boat up a glacial river, or even skydive! Active adventure, relaxation or family fun all against the backdrop of a spectacular natural landscape, New Zealand’s Fox Glacier offers something for everyone.

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    • CHRISTCHURCH

      CHRISTCHURCH: 

       Despite the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011, Christchurch was placed second on The New York Times’ list of 52 ‘Places to Go’ in 2014. This speaks volumes of the spirit of this city and its people, whose collective creativity has seen a number of restorative art projects developed on the empty lots and buildings the disasters left behind. The city also offers a fabulous array of activities, including punting down the Avon River, helicopter tours, hot-air ballooning and whale and dolphin watching. Or stroll around the Botanic Gardens, followed by a visit to Pomeroy’s for a craft beer and adjoining Victoria’s kitchen for a pub-style lunch.

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    • AUCKLAND

      AUCKLAND CITY HOTEL HOBSON ST

      The Auckland City Hotel is ideally located at 157 Hobson Street, in the heart of Auckland’s entertainment and business district, with easy access to the motorways. The hotel offers convenient, environmentally friendly accommodation for both business and leisure travelers. It comprises 138 rooms with contemporary decor and modern conveniences. Guests can enjoy a meal at the hotel’s restaurant or relax with a workout at the offsite gym and swimming pool.

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    • NORHLAND

      COPTHORNE HOTEL AND RESORT BAY OF ISLANDS: NORTHLAND

      Copthorne Hotel and Resort Bay of Islands commands a superb waterfront location in the heart of the Bay of Islands. The hotel offers uninterrupted bay views surrounded by 60 acres of subtropical gardens, part of the historic Waitangi Treaty Grounds. With 180 guest rooms including four suites, the hotel provides individual patios or balconies, from which to enjoy the bay, estuary or garden views. The rooms offer a serene escape with designs inspired by nature. Onsite facilities include a tennis court, spectacular free form lagoon style swimming pool, mountain bike hire and courtesy shuttle to downtown Paihia.

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    • AUCKLAND

      AUCKLAND CITY HOTEL HOBSON ST: AUCKLAND

      The Auckland City Hotel is ideally located at 157 Hobson Street, in the heart of Auckland’s entertainment and business district, with easy access to the motorways. The hotel offers convenient, environmentally friendly accommodation for both business and leisure travelers. It comprises 138 rooms with contemporary decor and modern conveniences. Guests can enjoy a meal at the hotel’s restaurant or relax with a workout at the offsite gym and swimming pool.

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    • ROTORUA

      SUDIMA HOTEL LAKE ROTORUA: ROTORUA

      Set on the shores of beautiful Lake Rotorua, Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua offers accommodation for business and leisure travelers in Rotorua. Adjacent to the Polynesian Spa, Rotorua Museum and Government Gardens, the hotel is a short stroll away from Rotorua’s vibrant city center, Convention Center and the Energy Events Center.

      The hotel offers guests a range of facilities for relaxation and enjoyment. Take a swim in the hotel’s heated swimming pool or relax in one of the three private spas. The hotel also provides high speed broadband internet throughout the complex, including guest rooms and common areas. Hotel facilities also include a restaurant and bar that can cater for guests’ dining needs. Guests can choose to be entertained with a concert and hangi feast designed to give travelers a taste of local Maori culture. Sudima Lake Rotorua features 250 guest rooms in a range of accommodation options, many with superb views across Lake Rotorua.

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    • QUEENSTOWN

      HEARTLAND HOTEL QUEENSTOWN: QUEENSTOWN

      With stunning views this friendly Swiss-style Heartland Hotel Queenstown brings visitors from all over the world. Access a range of leisure activities from bungie jumping to shopping from one of the best locations in Queenstown. Heartland Hotel Queenstown has a distinctive design close to all the action in the bustling resort town. Even with the amazing views of the mountains and Lake Wakatipu you can still feel cosy and tucked away in these A-Line style chalets in the hills. Heartland Hotel Queenstown is linked to Scenic Suites Queenstown, with an adjoining reception area, however each hotel maintains its distinct style and quality of accommodation.

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    • FOX GLACIER

      HEARTLAND HOTEL FOX GLACIER: FOX GLACIER

      Heartland Hotel Fox Glacier is conveniently located in the heart of Fox Glacier village. The hotel offers ready access to the many natural attractions of the area. Enjoy the hotel’s cozy evening atmosphere after a long day of exploring the region.

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    • CHRISTCHURCH

      ASHLEY HOTEL CHRISTCHURCH: CHRISTCHURCH

      The Ashley Hotel Christchurch is a newly refurbished, 45-room hotel that delivers a charming, relaxed and convenient experience. The Ashley Hotel is located in Riccarton, within walking distance of Hagley Park, shopping malls, dozens of restaurants and cafés, Christchurch Hospital, the train station and plenty of other Christchurch attractions. Hotel offer several different Christchurch hotel room types, perfect whether you are visiting for business, holiday or as part of a group. For your convenience, The Ashley Hotel in Christchurch also has disabled facilities. Whatever your reason for visiting Christchurch, enjoy it in comfort and style at The Ashley Hotel Christchurch.

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  • DAY 1: AUCKLAND

    Welcome to New Zealand and the City of Sails

    Arrive Auckland – Private Transfer to your accommodation – relax, take it easy for the rest of the day after a long haul flight.Later take a walk down to the viaduct and see for first hand why this city has been voted among the 10 most liveable cities in the world.If you want to go to Sky Tower for your TOTAL TOWER Experience today, you can. Just make sure you do it any time before 9 pm Enjoy stunning panoramic views over Auckland with Total Tower Experience. On a good day you can see over 40 km/25 Miles in any direction. You will ride up the Sky Tower in a glass capsule elevator to one of the three viewing platforms offering simply stunning views of Auckland. The elevators to the tower closes at 9pm, so make your way to the Sky Tower any time before closing.

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    Consultant Notes

    It will be a good to take a walk after dinner and enjoy the night views and those of you that want to try their luck can chance their hand at the Casino on your way down from the observatory.

    DAY 2: NORTHLAND

    Morning check out and head to the beautiful “Bay of Island”. After noon you will go on the famous “Hole in the Rock” cruise. rest of day is at leisure.

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    DAY 3: AUCKLAND

    After a wonderful day and evening, head back to Auckland.En route we will detour to he delightful town of Matakana, stop by for a vineyard lunch (at your own cost) and then visit Goat Island, New Zealand’s most accessible marine reserve with crystal clear waters. Later afternoon check in to your STAY and rest of day is yours to do what you please.

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    DAY 4: ROTORUA. 

    After breakfast , you will go on a wonderful sightseeing tour of the “City of Sails” AKA Auckland and see for first hand why this city has been voted among the 10 most livable cities in the world. The tour also takes you the famous Kelly Tarlton Sealife Aquarium where you get to see Penguins real close.

    You will experience Auckland’s history, culture and scenic highlights with this half-day morning tour. Travel through the city centre, along notorious Karangahape Road and fashionable Ponsonby, and over the Auckland Harbour Bridge, enjoying views of the Hauraki Gulf and city skyline.

    See the Viaduct Harbour and Auckland’s famous Queen Street before continuing to the Auckland Domain. The city’s oldest park, the Domain is situated on a 62,000 year-old volcano and is home to tropical gardens, duck ponds and the Auckland War Memorial Museum.

    After the city highlights tour you will go on a journey into the heart of the Central North Island, taking in the Waitomo Caves a half day sightseeing tour. Setting off from Auckland, travel through the lush farmland of the Waikato and King Country regions.

    At the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, take a 45-minute guided tour through impressive underground caverns and learn how stalactites, stalagmites and other limestone structures were formed over millions of years. Your tour includes a boat ride through the Glowworm Grotto – glide silently along an underground river as you gaze at the twinkling glowworms overhead. After visiting Waitomo, continue to Rotorua, arriving late afternoon.

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    DAY 5: ROTORUA

    Discover three of Rotorua’s best visitor attractions today. Gain an insight into New Zealand’s Māori culture at Te Puia, then experience Rotorua’s famous geothermal activity with a tour of the neighbouring Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley – a place where mud pools bubble and boil and geysers shoot steam high into the air. You’ll also see Te Puia’s woodcarving and weaving schools and see how these ancient Māori art forms are being passed on to a new generation of master artists.

    Then see our agricultural industry in action at the Agrodome, a working organic farm where you can find out all about farming life in New Zealand, watch a sheep shearing display and see sheep dog trials where the hard-working farm dogs show off their amazing skills.

    New Zealand wildlife and natural scenery is on display at Rainbow Springs Nature Park, where you can get up close to all kinds of native flora and fauna including the famous kiwi, a flightless native bird. Wander through native forest and discover New Zealand birds, fish and lizards (including the ancient tuatara), as well as exotic animals from around the world.

    Later in the evening you will go to either Te Po Indigenous Evening Experience or to Tamaki Maori Village Experience both of which, showcase the traditional way of life and their culture followed with a traditional Hangi (dinner).

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    DAY 6: QUEENSTOWN.

    Early morning you will check out and head to Auckland airport for your flight to Queenstown. After you land in Queenstown, you will be whisked away on a delightful tour of this amazing region before you check to your STAY. Your 3 hour Queenstown region tour. Explore Queenstown, visit and view some of this region’s finest sights and activities.

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    Highlights of the tour:

    • Queenstown Hill for stunning views of Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables
    • • Kawarau Bridge site of AJ Hackett’s world famous Bungy Bridge
    • • Visit the award-winning Gibbston Valley Winery
    • • Browse the winery’s well-stocked gift shop and the region’s only cheesery
    • • Kawarau Gorge, film location for the ‘Pillars of the Kings’ in The Lord of the Rings.
    • • Visit beautiful Arrowtown

    DAY 7: QUEENSTOWN

    Prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey today. Deep within Fiordland National Park lies New Zealand’s most stunning natural attraction, Milford Sound.This places begs to be discovered by every true traveler who visits New Zealand. The road to Milford Sound passes through stunning landscapes including mountain ranges, glacier-carved valleys, clear blue lakes and native rainforest.

    Go along the eastern side of Lake Wakatipu to Lumsden, Te Anau and along the way stop at Mirror Lake and marvel at the “clear as glass” water and reflection of the sky and surrounding landscape. Then pass through the Eglinton Valley and Homer Tunnel to reach Milford Sound for the Scenic Cruise on the 8th wonder of the world (as declared by Rudyard Kipling). After the cruise you will head back the way you came to Queenstown.

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    DAY 8: QUEENSTOWN

    Today you have the Gondola ( a real gentle cableway) ride to top of Bob’s Peak from where you can see magnificent views of Queenstown and the entire Central Otago region. You have pretty much all day free to enjoy this stunning town and region with plenty of options to choose from. We have recommended a couple, one of which, the Shotover Jet a quintessential New Zealand experience a must do and a visit to Mt. Nicholas farm will give you an insight to the sheep farming of New Zealand.

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    DAY 9: FOX GLACIER

    The glacier region is a stunning landscape region where rain forest meets glaciers. So this morning you will drive north and westward part Lake Wanaka and over Haast Pass to Fox Glacier & Franz Josef (Glacier Country). Later in the evening after you reach Franz Josef, maybe you might want to soak bones in the Hot Glacier Pools and enjoy the blissful feeling.

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    DAY 10: CHRISTCHURCH

    orning you will head to Greymouth, your coach will bring you to the Greymouth Station. Check in to the the TranzAlpine to Christchurch. Climb aboard one of the world’s most famous train journeys, between Christchurch and Greymouth. Cross the fertile farmlands of the Canterbury Plains, and enjoy thrilling vistas over deep gorges as you travel alongside the ice-fed Waimakariri River. Traverse the mighty Southern Alps, where spectacular views of the chiseled alpine landscape will take your breath away at every turn. Descend through thick stands of native beech forest to your destination, Greymouth – a great base for exploring this unspoiled region with its mighty glaciers, wild rivers and famous Punakaiki pancake rocks. On reaching Christchurch you will be met at the station and transferred to your stay.

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    DAY 11: CHRISTCHURCH

    This morning you will go on a tour of this charming English inspired city and the some of the townships around it. The Highlights tour of Christchurch showcases all the key parts of the city and its outer lying suburbs including the seaside village/town of Sumner. The tour will showcase central city locations, where you will see areas affected by the Canterbury earthquakes and learn about the exciting rebuild that is now taking place in Christchurch. On the tour you will get to a few all of Christchurch city centre most iconic buildings and landmarks as well as all the major new building projects. In addition you will visit the wonderful town of Sumner and other outer lying region of Christchurch.

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    Some key highlights

    • Canterbury Museum and Arts Centre
    • Christchurch Art Gallery
    • Hagley Park and Antigua Boatsheds
    • Botanic Gardens and The River Avon
    • Bridge of Remembrance and Friendship Corner
    • ReStart Shipping Container Mall
    • Provincial Chambers
    • Catholic Basilica
    • Christchurch Cathedral and new Cardboard Cathedral
    • Art Deco New Regent Street  and more

    DAY 12: DEPARTUREWED. 

    All good things must come to an end and so does this amazing vacation of yours as you are private transferred to the airport for your flight back home.

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  • FLIGHTS

                     Departure                                                                                         Arrival
           Kempegowda International                 Airport [BLR]                     Auckland Airport [AKL]
           Auckland Airport [AKL]               Queenstown International Airport [ZQN]
        Christchurch International                             Airport [CHC]               Kempegowda International Airport [BLR]

    TRANSFERS

    Type Pick Up Drop Off
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Auckland Airport [AKL]   Auckland City Hotel Hobson St
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Auckland City Hotel Hobson St   Copthorne Hotel and Resort Bay of Islands
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Copthorne Hotel and Resort Bay of Islands   Auckland City Hotel Hobson St
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Auckland City Hotel Hobson St   Waitomo Glowworm Caves
    Transfer Waitomo Glowworm Caves   Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Sudima Hotel Lake Rotorua   Auckland Airport [AKL]
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Queenstown International Airport [ZQN]   Heartland Hotel Queenstown
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Heartland Hotel Queenstown   Heartland Hotel Fox Glacier
    17 to 21 Seater Coach with trailer for luggage (Transfer) Heartland Hotel Fox Glacier   Greymouth Station
    Split of 11 Seater & 7 Sater (Transfer) Christchurch Station   Greymouth Station
    Split of 11 Seater & 7 Sater (Transfer) Ashley Hotel Christchurch   Christchurch International Airport [CHC]

    TRAINS

         Company         Type                Embark                   Disembark
       Kiwi Scenic Journeys   TranzAlpine    Greymouth Station    Christchurch Station
  • NEW ZEALAND

    There aren’t many places on this planet where travellers are so well catered for – in terms of both man-made enticements and splendours of the natural realm. New Zealand is bigger than the UK, with one-fourteenth the population size. Filling in the gaps are sublime forests, majestic mountains, and the stunning lakes, beaches and fiords that have made this country one of the best hiking (locals call it ‘tramping’) destinations on Earth. It’s renowned worldwide for having a relaxed, friendly, spacious and outdoor adventure lifestyle (think sport, walks, BBQs, and beaches). When you combine this adventurous outlook with a stunning backdrop you start to see why travellers rate New Zealand as the action/adventure/adrenalin capital of the world!

    Banking and Currency

    Currency

    New Zealand’s unit of currency is the dollar (NZ$). All major credit cards can be used in New Zealand, with Visa and MasterCard accepted most widely, followed by American Express and Diners Club.

    Banking

    New Zealand banks are open from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday. Some are also during weekends. .

    Automated Teller Machines (ATM) are widely available at banks, along main shopping streets and in malls.

    International credit cards and ATM cards will work as long as they have a four-digit PIN encoded. Check with your bank before leaving home.


    Travel, Transport and Getting Around

    With so many things to do and spectacular places to see, choosing how you travel around New Zealand is as important as choosing where you want to go. Your choice of transport will depend on how quickly you want to get from A to B. Plane, train, bus, boat, car or caravan – you could even cycle if you’re feeling adventurous. In most cases getting there is all part of the fun so hire a motor home to see the sights at your own pace, or jump on a train for a scenic tour through remote areas often inaccessible by road.

    For travel between New Zealand’s islands, hop on a plane or ferry. Daily flights are available between domestic airports. Several passenger and vehicle ferries offer services between the North, South and other islands.


    Food, Drink and Cuisine Advice

    The cuisine in New Zealand is very seasonal and relies heavily on local produce. As the islands are very agricultural there is a wide variety of fresh foods always available. The influences are largely British although there are Asian influences creeping in and takeaways are becoming more popular.

    New Zealand is an island nation with its waters containing a large variety of fish and seafood. Despite this, until recently shellfish hasn’t played an important part in the diet of New Zealanders. The consumption of fish has traditionally been low as meat has been the main preference for meals. Having said this, fish and seafood has always been significant in the Maori diet and you will notice that the names of many of them are still used today in Maori.


    Climate and Weather

    New Zealand has a largely temperate climate. While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, and inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as – 10°C in winter, most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures, moderate rainfall, and abundant sunshine.

    Because New Zealand lies in the Southern Hemisphere, the average temperature decreases as you travel south. The far north of the country has an average temperature of about 15°C, while the deep south has a cooler 9°C average. January and February are the warmest months of the year, and July is the coldest.


    Clothing / Dress Recommendations

    New Zealand is typically an informal place so pack casually for comfort. Famous for having four seasons in one day; our advice if you are traveling even in the summer is to pack a light jacket or pashmina shawl just in case the weather turns cooler or if you’re visiting higher altitudes. You can also expect some rain, so include a light raincoat.

    Smart casual clothes are acceptable at most restaurants and night-spots. New Zealand is renowned for its outdoor activities, so make sure you take swimming gear, hiking shoes, trekking pants/shorts, sunhat and sunglasses, as well as plenty of sunscreen . If you plan to do much walking then lightweight walking shoes or sneakers are fine.


    Electricity and Plug Standards

    New Zealand’s electricity supply runs at 230/240 volts, and we use angled two or three pin plugs (the same as Australia). Most hotels and motels provide 110 volt ac sockets (rated at 20 watts) for electricrazors only.

     

 

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