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You will be met on arrival at either Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch International Airports by a New Zealand Tour Adventures representative, and transferred safely to your accommodation.

All accommodation is rated (High Quality) and is either in or close to the city centers. From here you can spend the day just relaxing or exploring in the inner city. Usually, on the day of your arrival, we like to take you on a city tour for a bit of orientation.

Your tour hosts will be close by at all times to assist you from the moment you arrive and throughout your journey.

Auckland

Here you can spend the day in the inner city and near the America’s Cup Village and can visit the nearby Viaduct Basin with its many lively bars and restaurants. Walk onto Queen Street and explore the new Britomart. Britomart is a vibrant shopping, entertainment and business precinct in the heart of downtown Auckland. Surrounded by beautiful heritage buildings, it’s a neighbourhood of buzzing restaurants and bars, world-class fashion boutiques and interesting art spaces. Also worth a visit is also the new Auckland Art Gallery with a collection numbering 15,000 works. The Gallery's collection includes major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art, and outstanding works by Māori; and Pacific Island artists, as well as international painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from 1376 to today. The Auckland Fish Market is an easily accessible and captivating destination for locals and tourists alike. The Fish Market building hosts a variety of fresh seafood retailers, a boutique food market, restaurants, licensed cafes, an extraordinary wine encounter and the ever popular Auckland Seafood School. At lunchtime our open-air courtyard and cafés bustle with a steady stream of diners. By night it's the aromas of Asia that permeate the air as our standalone Hong Kong style and Korean eateries come into their own. 

Wellington

Here you can indulge your passion for all things gourmet, as well as satisfy your hunger for creativity and knowledge. Fine food, wine, galleries and museums compete for visitors’ attention. Wellington is compact with all the main attractions and hundreds of restaurants and cafés in close proximity - all easily accessible by foot from your accommodation. Public gardens and nature reserves are all within the city’s boundary. New Zealand’s national museum is world class and is set on Wellington’s waterfront, providing visitors with a unique insight into the New Zealand way of life - past and present. Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand, the center of the country, the gateway to the South Island by ferry and is about the same distance by road as Auckland to many other North Island popular attractions.

Christchurch

Here you can, from your nearby accommodation, get around and see the sights in style on a hop-on hop-off tram tour, running from the Botanic Gardens to the River Avon. Enjoy the central city highlights, including Cathedral Square, Victoria Square, the Floral Clock, Christ's College, Arts Center with craft market, and the Bridge of Remembrance. Visit the Big 5 most popular attractions in Christchurch: Antarctica's beautiful icy wilderness has been re-created at the International Antarctic Center; view native kiwis at the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve; ride on a historic Christchurch tram; take a relaxing two-hour harbor cruise, and soar to the summit on the Christchurch Gondola with breathtaking 360-degree views of the city, Canterbury Plains and Banks Peninsula.

 
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