Follow in Prince Harry’s footsteps to New Zealand with DialAFlight
Following the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s royal tour of New Zealand last year, Prince Harry is currently on his first official week-long tour of the country. The popular young Royal is travelling from the cosmopolitan waterside city of Auckland to the southern-most community on Stewart Island via Wellington, Whanganui and Christchurch. Feel inspired to follow in Prince Harry’s footsteps? Take a tour of New Zealand with leading UK specialist tour operator DialAFlight and choose from the tempting tours below:
Classic New Zealand Panorama Tour – SAVE £640 PP
Discover awe-inspiring beauty and wildlife while travelling the length of New Zealand from Auckland to Queenstown, in luxury coach comfort. Starting in North Island, experience a sightseeing tour of Auckland, enjoy a Bay of Islands Hole in the Rock cruise and see the sights in the cultural capital of Wellington. South Island highlights include Fox Glacier, Rotorua, Queenstown, Dunedin and the magnificent Milford Sound – described by Rudyard Kipling as ‘the eighth wonder of the world’. The Classic New Zealand Panorama Tour costs from £3,499 pp (two sharing) including 17 nights’ accommodation with breakfast (various hotels), 16 dinners, sightseeing and excursions as per itinerary, luxury coach travel, the services of an experienced guide and flights (Heathrow). Valid for departures 1 to 30 November 2015.
Bike and Hike South Island Self-Drive Tour – SAVE £200 PP
For the more active and independently-minded traveller, this round-trip of beautiful South Island, from the garden city of Christchurch has masses of appeal. With car hire included, this self-drive adventure includes walking and cycling routes in many destinations. Tickle the taste buds on a gourmet bike tour of Christchurch, see a Blue Penguin colony come ashore at dusk in Oamaru, cycle the scenic Otago Rail Trail, travel by river past filming locations from The Lord of The Rings on a thrilling jet boat journey and discover hidden waterfalls on a guided walking tour of Mount Aspiring National Park in Wanaka. Tackle the rugged Routeburn Track and explore the fascinating glacial landscape of the iceberg-dotted Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake. The Bike and Hike South Island Tour costs from £2,849 pp (two sharing) including 11 nights’ accommodation with breakfast (various boutique hotels), two dinners and one lunch, activities as per itinerary, car hire and flights (Heathrow). Valid for departures 1 September to 3 October 2015.
Unique Boutique Food and Wine Trail Tour – SAVE £200 PP
Raise a glass to New Zealand’s classic wine trail on this self-drive tour of New Zealand’s North and South Islands, visiting some of the country’s most renowned vineyards. Spend a day in Martinborough, the unique wine village famous for Pinot Noir wines – with 25 boutique vineyards within walking distance of the town square. Choose from over 40 cellar doors in Marlborough, the country’s largest wine growing region and the home of world-renowned Sauvignon Blanc and then take the opportunity to relax in picturesque alpine surroundings and bathe in natural hot pools at Hanmer Springs. The Unique Boutique Food and Wine Trail Tour costs from £3,195 pp (two sharing) including 12 nights’ accommodation with breakfast (various boutique hotels), tours, tastings and meals as per itinerary, car hire and flights (Heathrow). Valid for departures 1 to 31 October 2015.
For further information on DialAFlight’s huge range of tours and holidays to New Zealand, visit www.dialaflight.com or call 0844 556 6060 and speak to an expert. All calls answered in five seconds, 9am to 9pm.
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