New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

New Zealand Travel - Monograms® Vacation Packages

New Zealand

Packages with Auckland

Auckland

Auckland's enviable seaside location has truly led its residents into a love affair with the water. The "City of Sails" sprawls over a narrow isthmus, with rainforest covering the surrounding hills, a field of nearly 50 dormant volcanoes dotting the landscape, and a population melting pot of European, South Pacific, Asian, and indigenous Maori cultures. The result is a tantalizing assortment of unique dining and shopping experiences.

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Packages with Christchurch

Christchurch

Christchurch, with its lush parks and well-kept residential gardens, is fondly known as "The Garden City." It's main feature is the winding, willow-lined Avon River, while other attractions include the historic Mona Vale homestead, the Botanic Gardens with one of the finest collections of exotic and native plants in New Zealand, and the Riccarton House and Bush heritage sites. Nearby is the charming village of Akaroa, a former French and British settlement where native wildlife call its harbor home. These waters, surrounded by volcanic cliffs, feature stunning scenery and are home to fur seals, the rare Hector's dolphin, and the white-flippered blue penguin, the smallest penguin in the world. Don't miss the city's most entertaining street performers at the re:START village project, a shopping district that houses retailers in unique designed shipping containers.

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Packages with Mount Cook

Mount Cook

Home of the highest mountains and largest glaciers, Mount Cook National Park is New Zealand's greatest alpine park-home to 19 peaks over 9,800 feet, including dazzling Mount Cook at an altitude over 12,300 feet. The alpine panoramas are incredible here, and many hikes pass within touching distance of the glaciers. Popular activities include a stop at the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Center to learn about the history and culture of the region, as well as 4-wheel-drive safaris, boating on glacier lakes, horseback riding, fishing, and flightseeing with snow landings. Nature walks also reveal over 300 species of alpine plants, 40 species of birds, and a wide variety of animals, including the jeweled gecko, red deer, wild goats, and large dragonflies.

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Packages with Queenstown

Queenstown

Born as a gold mining camp in the 1860s, Queenstown is surrounded by towering mountains and nestled against a charming bay on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Today, the city has evolved into the "Adventure Capital of the World," where adrenaline junkies can skydive, hike, climb, canyon swing, whitewater raft, heli-ski, mountain bike, bungee jump, jet boat, river surf...the possibilities are exhausting. Queenstown's natural beauty, intense energy, excellent shopping, and lively café/bar scene make it a popular destination, with must-see attractions that include Fijordland National Park, a cruise on stunning Milford or Doubtful Sound, a tour of filming sites from The Lord of the Rings trilogy, a gondola ride up Bob's Peak, and wine tastings of the area's excellent pinot noir.

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Packages with Rotorua

Rotorua

As the thermal wonderland of New Zealand, Rotorua has attracted visitors for over a century. Built on a geothermal hot spot, the area is a patchwork of natural vents, hot pools, and four volcanic calderas, which now contain lakes. Popular sight and activities include fishing and watersports, golf among the mud pool hazards at Rotorua's public golf course, strolling through the geothermal areas and Maori cultural displays at iconic Te Puia, and visiting Rainbow Springs Nature Park or the Agrodome with its fascinating sheep show and exhibits describing rural life in New Zealand. Other must-try experiences: shopping for Maori arts and crafts, and participating in a traditional Maori feast, the Hangi, an earthen oven technique that results in foods with a distinctive smoky flavor.

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Packages with Wellington

Wellington

Capital of New Zealand, Wellington is surrounded by rolling hills, a rocky coastline, and a positively electric atmosphere. A pedestrian city, it's relatively easy to sample all that Wellington has to offer: top-notch performing arts like the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Royal New Zealand Ballet Company, Wellington City Opera, and several professional theaters; Te Papa, the fascinating National Museum of New Zealand; a gorgeous harbor; and a renowned nightlife. Other highlights include the Parliament Buildings; Old St. Paul's Cathedral; and more eateries per capita than New York City-you could literally eat somewhere different every day for over a year!

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