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The rich, green and verdant landscape of New Zealand's dramatic natural beauty make for one of the most awe inspiring destinations for luxury holiday tours. From sparkling coastal waters, sandy beaches and green countryside to snow-capped mountains and fertile lands New Zealand offers travellers a breadth of cultural and natural experiences. Traditional Maori heritage and European and Polynesian influences have created a rich and fascinating culture perfect for luxury holiday tours.

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The rich, green and verdant landscape of New Zealand's dramatic natural beauty make for one of the most awe inspiring destinations for luxury holiday tours. From sparkling coastal waters, sandy beaches and green countryside to snow-capped mountains and fertile lands New Zealand offers travellers a breadth of cultural and natural experiences. Traditional Maori heritage and European and Polynesian influences have created a rich and fascinating culture perfect for luxury holiday tours.

CLASSIC NEW ZEALAND

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Day 1 Skycity Grand Hotel, Auckland
The North Island's cosmopolitan harbour city is synonymous with the America's Cup, sailing's most prestigious event, and you'll stay at the heart of the city with a superb variety of restaurants on your doorstep.

Days 2-4 Kauri Cliffs, Bay of Islands
One of New Zealand's leading lodges, with panoramic views of glistening pacific waters, showcasing abundant marine wildlife.

Days 5-6 Solitaire Lodge, Rotorua
An intimate lodge set on the edge of Lake Tarawera, ideally located for exploring nearby Rotorua and this geothermal wonderland of steaming lakes and bubbling hot pools, which is also the heartland of Maori culture.

Days 7-8 Greenhill Lodge, Hawke's Bay
A charming historic homestead in a delightful hill top country setting; the ideal base from which to enjoy the region's superb gourmet delights.
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Day 9 InterContinental, Wellington
Stay in the heart of New Zealand's capital city and cultural centre, home to theatre, museums and arts.

Days 10-11 Edenhouse, Nelson
The secrets of the South Island start here, with a landscape of mountains, valleys, unspoiled shores and National Parks, easy to explore from this gracious home, hosting just six guests.
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Day 12 Maison Grange, Blenheim
A haven at the heart of the renowned Marlborough wine region, so visits to some of its famed vineyards can be arranged.

Days 13-14
Grasmere Lodge, Arthur's Pass Relax and unwind at Grasmere Lodge, nestling in the foothills of the Southern Alps.
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Days 15-16
Sofitel Queenstown Hotel and Spa, Queenstown home to New Zealand's adventurous side, this small town on the shores of Lake Wakatipu is overlooked by the perfectly named Remarkables mountain range. The Sofitel is centrally located for easy access to all activities.

Days 17-18 Blanket Bay, Glenorchy
Luxuriate in the comforts of Blanket Bay, built in the grand style of the finest of alpine lodges.

Day 19
Departure via Queenstown to your onward destination.

From £8,295 per person

NORTH ISLAND HIGHLIGHTS

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The logical starting point or conclusion to a holiday in New Zealand, Auckland has the cosmopolitan vibe that you would expect from any country's largest city but this is a city with a difference it's all about the water.

Set between the sparkling waters of the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours and a previous host to sailing's blue riband event The America's Cup, the sobriquet of 'City of Sails' is apt.

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Aucklanders are passionate about getting out on the water and there are many ways to join them; ranging from a short ferry ride over to the quaint artists' haunt of Devonport to a day's cruise on a fully crewed, luxurious motor launch. You can enjoy calm seas and white sandy beaches on the islands of the Hauraki Gulf including idyllic Waiheke Island which is becoming increasingly famed for its excellent wines and cuisine as well as its stunning natural beauty. In addition for something a little more unusual, drive an hour west to discover thundering surf and black sand.

The Bay of Islands is famed for its gorgeous coastal scenery but it's also home to some of the country's most important history, so make time for the township of Russell and the Treaty House at Waitangi. If you're a keen golfer, the challenging course at Kauri Cliffs has Pacific Ocean views good enough to make your round memorable, even if your golf game deserts you!

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Rotorua can lay claim to being at both the thermal and Maori heart of the country, a fascinating combination of geysers, boiling mud pools and special cultural experiences, while nearby Lake Taupo has similar virtues and is also a mecca for those wishing to indulge in a spot of trout fishing.

The Hawke's Bay region's boutique vineyards and abundant fresh, local produce combine to create a gourmand's delight, with many hidden gem cafes and restaurants to whet your appetite.

At the foot of the North Island lies compact Wellington, political capital and in most eyes cultural and artistic capital too; certainly you'll find an array of fascinating galleries and museums, while the dining experience here is also worthy of note.

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SOUTH ISLAND HIGHLIGHTS

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Truly the scenic wonderland of New Zealand, it's easy to run out of superlatives when describing an island relatively sparsely populated by man but with an abundance of breathtaking natural gems.

The spectacular Southern Alps run down the spine of the South Island; to their east the patchworked agricultural landscape of the Canterbury plains, the 'English' city of Christchurch and the renowned whalewatching base of Kaikoura; at their heart, the alpine glories of Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. The rugged West Coast is hemmed between the Tasman Sea and the imposing mountain chain, making for spectacular contrasts in the surrounding scenery and creating fabulous opportunities for once in a lifetime experiences, such as a helicopter flight up onto the Franz Josef Glacier followed by a guided hike through the glacial ice formations.

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Queenstown's reputation as the adventure capital of New Zealand is well-founded but that's less than half the story; for every bungy jump there's a fabulous scenic lookout, for every jet boat a serene lake cruise. Being a ski resort as well, it's a true year-round destination for all but if you prefer your hideaways a little further off the beaten track there's also nearby Wanaka, another picture postcard lakeside setting and one with a burgeoning reputation for beauty and tranquillity.

Neighbouring Fiordland's enchanting glaciercut valleys, cascading waterfalls and ancient, undisturbed forests are on everyone's 'to do' list, rightly so, and the pinnacle of many stunning scenic flights within New Zealand is surely the route back from Milford Sound to Queenstown, over lakes, mountains, waterfalls and forests.

No introduction to the South Island would be complete without mention of the internationally acclaimed Marlborough sauvignon blancs. The sunshine rich town of Blenheim is the ideal base from which to explore the vineyards and sample some of their wares purely in the interests of quality control of course!

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