New Zealand: Down Under

Down Under is a continent that speaks to the imagination. All it requires is that you have at least three weeks, but due to the big time difference, a month would be better.
During the period November until late March it is summer here so and you can avoid the Dutch winter. New Zealand is particularly known for its stunning scenery and a great way to travel is by car.
Born and raised in New Zealand, Wanda Hebly now works for Valerius Reizen, but other members of our team have also travelled to every corner of the country. Together we have mapped out a wonderful itinerary with special overnight stays.

North Island has deserted beaches bordering rolling green hills. In many towns, the Maori culture still clearly present. The South Island several more elements to it. The diversity of the landscape is enormous. Several species such as whales, dolphins and penguins pass by here frequently. On request we will gladly send a detailed day-by-day program to you.

Day 1 Auckland
Day 2 Auckland
Day 3: Auckland – Bay of Islands
Day 4 Bay of Islands
Day 5: Bay of Islands – Takapuna
Day 6 Takapuna – Coromandel
Day 7 Coromandel
Day 8 Coromandel – Whakatane
Day 9 Whakatane – Rotorua
Day 10 Rotorua
Day 11 Rotorua – Lake Taupo
Day 12 Lake Taupo – Napier
Day 13 Napier – Wellington
Day 14 Wellington
Day 15 Wellington – Picton – Marlborough Sounds
Day 16 Marlborough Sounds
Day 17 Marlborough Sounds – Nelson
Day 18 Nelson
Day 19 Nelson – Punakaiki
Day 20 Punakaiki – Franz Josef
Day 21 Franz Josef
Day 22 Franz Josef – Wanaka
Day 23 Wanaka
Day 24 Wanaka – Queenstown
Day 25 Queenstown – Te Anau
Day 26 Te Anau
Day 27 Te Anau – Dunedin
Day 28 Dunedin
Day 29 Dunedin – Mount Cook
Day 30 Mount Cook – Christchurch


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