Where would you like us to take you ?|
In the following pages we have outlined regions, towns and cities we think would like to see and which would generally be incorporated in any itinerary we plan. Enclosed in this brochure is an itinerary planner card which you are asked to complete so that we may plan your holiday to best suit your interests and the time that you have to spend in our country.
Generally we would incorporate the majority of the locations listed into a 10 day or more programme, however, if you are staying for less time or have a specific place you wish to visit, listed or otherwise, please indicate in the space provided.
On receipt of your planner, our staff will plan your vacation, cost it accordingly and submit the itinerary for your consideration and approval. If there is anything you wish to see that is not covered in our brochure, please advise us in an accompanying letter.
Major gateway city, cosmopolitan, beautiful beaches, city of sails, fine restaurants, open air markets, museums, golf courses.
BAY OF ISLANDS:
Birth place of the Nation, magnificent scenery, big game fishing, sailing, citrus orchards, Kauri forests, historic sites.
Capital City, cable cars, architectural surprises, historic places, shopping, museums, rose gardens.
Garden city, English architecture, boating on Avon river, museums, botanical gardens, arts and crafts, skiing, bicycle city, magnificent golf courses.
MOUNT COOK/SOUTHERN ALPS:
New Zealand's highest mountain, ski plane flights, glaciers, alpine retreats, back packing, mountaineering, hydro-electric schemes, skiing, gliding, hunting.
Breathtaking mountain and lake scenery, skiing and trekking paradise, rafting, fishing, jet boating, flight seeing, farm visits, historic sites, photographers dream.
The South Island's top visitor resort. Lake cruises, farm visits, jet boating. Helicopter sightseeing. Skiing, white water rafting, bungy jumping, trout fishing, and excellent restaurants.
Awesome scenery, launch cruises, Milford Track Walk, glow worm caves, rain forest, birdlife, waterfalls and fast flowing mountain rivers, underground power stations, sightseeing flights.
City of Scottish origin, unique and historic buildings. Albatross colony, museums, Olveston homestead.
Coal mining, historic gold sites, fishing, isolated communities. White Heron Sanctury, rain forests, greenstone carving, Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers.
Open spaces, sparsely populated, marine life, rare birdlife, back packing, bush walks, fishing.
Sunniest region, trout fishing, boating, lovely beaches, spectacular scenery, orcharding, tobacco, hops, national parks, arts and crafts, vineyards, inland waterways, trekking.
Situated halfway between the South Island cities of Christchurch and Blenheim is the small town of Kaikoura, nested at the foot of the Kaikoura Ranges beside the Pacific Ocean.
The coast off Kaikoura is one of the few places in the world where sperm whales, the largest of all toothed whales are so easily viewed. Along with dolphins and seals, these awesome mammals are seen year round here, but are most common in winter.
Tucked away in some of New Zealand's most spectacular locations are exclusive retreats and sporting lodges. Each lodge has its own character and may specialise in activities such as trout or salmon fishing and hunting.
With the accent on personal attentions, fine food and dramatic scenery, you are assured of an experience that will long remain a highlight of your visit to New Zealand.
New Zealand's temperate climate and rainfall patterns provide ideal conditions for a diverse range of farming types including dairy and beef cattle, sheep, deer, agriculture and horticulture.
Regarding by many nations as being amongst the most efficient farmers in the world, these friendly people are keen to share their love of the land with visitors. Throughout the country are many fine homesteads that provide accommodation and meals for visitors and allow them a unique opportunity to experience life on a farm.
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