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New Zealand is known as the "Adventure Capital of the World" offers some of the most spectacular natural landscapes on Earth. With majestic mountain ranges, sweeping plains, towering forests, azure lakes, and secluded bays dotted around its lengthy coastline, a recurring theme with many tourists and migrants is New Zealand’s stunningly beautiful countryside.

Wine on Waiheke

Why not spend an afternoon experiencing the Fullers 'Wine on Waiheke' deluxe vineyard tour, combining world-class wine with the beautiful surroundings of Waiheke island ? Following your cruise to Waiheke island you will be greeted by your tour bus driver who will transport you to the picturesque Mudbrick vineyard overlooking the sparkling waters of the Hauraki Gulf where you will enjoy premium wine tastings. Next, you will travel to Ridgeview Estate, Waiheke newest and highest winery with breathtaking views across the water to Auckland city and the Coromandel. Here, the experience extends to a tour of the vineyard as well as tastings and a mouth-watering platter of nibbles.

Franz Josef Neve Discoverer - HLF5:

The magnificent Franz Josef Glacier is an icon on the West Coast region offering the most incredible glacier experience. The Neve Discoverer helicopter tour gives you the opportunity to experience the most spectacular glacier environment, get up close to the glacier and touch snow. Be captivated as you lift off and fly up and over the Franz Josef to the snow-field at the head of the glacier. You are away approximately 20 minutes (includes flying time and landing on snow). Our professional team are dedicated to ensuring you have the best experience with us, our crew are trained to ensure your safety both in the air and on the ground. Our staff will acquaint you with our helicopter safety briefing procedure, this is important to understand before you board our helicopters

Kaikoura Whale Watch:

Travel through the rich farmland of North Canterbury to the historic coastal township of Kaikoura. Here you will experience Kaikoura's European beginnings, moulded by the whaling industry of the 19th century. Kaikoura's oldest house was built in 1860 on foundations of whale vertebrae. The nearby old wharf built in 1882 still accommodates the try pots in which whale blubber was rendered down. Kaikoura is the centre for a crayfishing industry, testament to the Maori name Kai - meal of koura - crayfish. Weather and sea conditions permitting, a purpose built vessel will take you in search of the sperm whales. On return from the whale watch, we visit the Kaikoura seal colony before complimentary wine tasting at Canterbury House.

Discover Rotorua with Lunch and Gondola Ride:

We will take you to visit the Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve and a tour of the Maori arts and crafts institute. Here we will view mighty geysers, boiling mud pools and the traditional culture of the Maori. Next we're off to the Rainbow Springs to see the unique flora and fauna of New Zealand. This is followed by the Agrodome Sheep Show at the Agrodome farm. Following the morning tour you ride up the skyline gondola and lunch at their hilltop restaurant, overlooking Rotorua. The tour terminates at Tourism Rotorua at 14:30h after the gondola ride and lunch.

Te Anau Glowworm Caves Tour:

Your Te Anau Glowworm Cave adventure begins with a scenic cruise across Lake Te Anau to the western side of the lake. Upon arrival, there is time to view informative displays at Cavern House before our friendly guides invite you to accompany them underground in small groups. As you explore by path and small boat, your senses will be overwhelmed. Observe how the rushing water sculpts the rock formations, before gliding through silent darkness to the glowworm grotto. The delicate incandescence of thousands of tiny glow worms is a magical sight.

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