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Auckland - Christchurch

The New Zealand nature has plenty of space and the inhabitants are friendly and relaxed. It's a camper country par excellence! This trip of 28 days shows you the best of this magnificent country. Book you're campings before hand and you'll optimize your self-driving experience. Spending a wonderfull first day in Auckland with a visit to the Voyaer New Zealand Maritime Museum or a skywalk if you are not afraid of heights! Perfect for family activities, Lake Taupo forms a hot spot for water recreation. Walk over the magnificent Mount Cook glacier. With different hiking or 4WD tours you just have to visit this beautiful mountain. Visit the Milfor Sound, which is a impressive fjord and forms New Zealand's most famous tourist destination. Your journey shall end in Christchurch when following this route, go for a last picnic to one of the many expansive gardens and enjoy the last day of your amazing holiday together.

Itinerary

 Day 1:  Auckland
 Day 2:   Auckland
 Day 3:  Auckland - Bay of Islands
 Day 4:   Bay of Islands
 Day 5:  Bay of Islands - Matakohe
 Day 6:  Matakohe - Miranda
 Day 7:  Orewa - Whakatane
 Day 8:  Whakatane
 Day 9:  Whakatane - Rotorua
 Day 10:  Rotorua
 Day 11:   Rotorua - Napier
 Day 12:   Napier
 Day 13:  Napier - Wellington
 Day 14:  Wellington
 Day 15:  Wellington - Kaikoura
 Day 16:  Kaikoura - Christchurch
 Day 17:  Christchurch - Mt. Cook
 Day 18:  Mt. Cook
 Day 19:  Mt. Cook - Queenstown
 Day 20:  Queenstown
 Day 21:  Queenstown - Te Anau
 Day 22:   Te Anau
 Day 23:  Te Anau - Wanaka
 Day 24:  Wanaka - Franz Josef
 Day 25:  Franz Josef
 Day 26:  Franz Josef - Greymouth
 Day 27:  Greymouth - Christchurch
 Day 28:  Christchurch

Highlights

Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum

Sometimes, it;s not enough that you see. The best way to learn is through immersion. The Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum gives you the real deal of what it feels like to be in a tall ship or a sail boat. With the wind blowing swiftly in your hair, be the captain of the ship and learn about maritime through various activities and programmes.

Location: Bay of Islands | Photographer: Adventure HQ | Copyright:Tourism NZ

Bay of Islands

Bay of Islands is subtropical area with many green islands. There’s a possibility to make boat trips to ‘Hole in the Rock’ but this is just one of the opportunities. Visit Waitangi Treaty House and go on an excursion to the lighthouse on the most northern tip at Cape Reinga.

Location: Lake Taupo | Photographer: CHris Mc Lennan | Copyright: Tourism NZ

Lake Taupo

Lake Taupo is the largest lake by surface in New Zealand. You'll find some beautiful Maori rock carvings on the North West side on the cliffs of Mine Bay.

Location: Lake Taupo | Photographer: CHris Mc Lennan | Copyright: Tourism NZ

Splash Planet

Everything could go crazy in Splash Planet and in the best way possible! Located in Hastings, New Zealand. The waterpark (and amusement park) a place full of fun and “wet” attractions like heaps of winding slides and tubes, lazy rivers, racing slides, boats and pools. There are also miniature railways, go-karts, volleyballs and mini golf areas.

Location: Tongariro Alpine Crossing | Photographer: Paul Abbitt | Copyright:Paul Abbitt

Milford Sound

Milford Sound or is de Maori language Popiotahi is a fjord which lies within the Fiordland National Park, Pipiotahi Marine Reserve and the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site. In an international survey from TripAdvisor(2008), it came out as the world’s top travel destination.

Video

Magical Milford Sound
This video will show you the beauty of Milford Sound. By taking a boat tour you'll optimize you're experience of this magical place on earth. Waterfalls, dolphins and seal are things you're about to witness.