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North & South Island, New Zealand

avg £15,000 pp


While the North Island will take your breath away with its geothermal national parks, volcanoes, hot water beaches, glow worm caves, radiant pastures and redwood forests, the South Island will steal your heart with its glaciers, waterfalls, sounds, fjords, pristine beaches, blow holes, marine wildlife and so much more. Discover the beautiful Maori culture and the 'great walks' all across New Zealand. A year wouldn't be enough to explore this incredible land. Due to its unique characteristics and general safety (also predator free), New Zealand is our favourite destination to share with our travellers. Don't miss the mystical Castle Hill and its unique rock formations, identified by Dalai Lama as the spiritual center of the universe.


The price is an average based on our experience, including luxury accommodation, daily activities and exquisite meals. It highly depends on how active you want your holiday to be and how many locations you want to visit. It includes a heli hiking experience, a 2 night luxury cruise in Doubtful Sound, guided walks/hikes with local experts, private Maori experience, nocturnal Kiwi bird watching, kayaking, underground water rafting in glow worm caves, and other extraordinary daily adventures.



New Zealand, also known as the land of the Kiwis, is a natural wonderland with numerous endangered species of birds, found nowhere else in the world. Travellers are required to protect the environment and leave no trace. The NZ Great Walks are extremely safe and destined to all levels of difficulty, ranging from wheelchair accessible to exposed terrain, all with breathtaking views.  


New Zealand's climate is dominated by two main geographical features: the mountains and the sea. While the far north has subtropical weather during summer, the inland alpine areas of the South Island can be as cold as -10°C/14°F in winter. Most of the country lies close to the coast, which means mild temperatures, moderate rainfall, and abundant sunshine.
The warmest months are December, January and February, and the coldest June, July and August. All seasons in New Zealand are incredible to explore, especially Spring, Summer and Fall (September to May).
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