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TRAVEL WITH YOUR PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHER to New Zealand - Cook Islands! 12 day tour


Full professional tour photography. You not only enjoy all the benets of a private tour across the country but you get your best travel photos ever
on this holiday!
Tour New Zealand is a customized holiday solution. This package is changeable and can be tted on personal requests.
North Island:
Auckland - Breathtaking scenery, world-class food and wine, sparkling harbours – it’s all here for you to discover.
Rotoura - This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively elds of geothermal activity!
Waitomo - Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see in New Zealand.
South Island:
Milford Sound - It is truly spectacular. Visitors are drawn by the spectacular sights of waterfalls cascading from sheer rock faces
rising 1,200 meters or more from the sea.
Queenstown - It is often referred to as The Adventure Capitol of the World.
Mt Cook – Mount Cook is New Zealand’s great alpine park.
Cook Islands:
Rarotonga - Far from the bustle of mass tourism a secret island paradise lies dreaming in the South Pacic.
+optional tour to Aitutaki
12 Days From US $8,865.00 per person!
Walk on the snow covered glacier and two days later snorkel in the tropical paradise!
Tour Operator located in New Zealand. www.newtourzealand.com
Package Includes:
Full professional tour photography plus an additional 200 pictures of all of the highlights of New Zealand!
Host/Guide/Driver/Photographer
6 nights accomodation in 4 star hotels and and 5 nights accommodation in Beach Villa!
Transport in comfortable vehicle. (Car or minivan)
All airport transfers
Cooked or Continental Breakfast daily
Package Excludes:
Lunch and dinner and beverages
Any not free activities
Minibar expenses
Special or private transfers
Airline/Boat tour tickets
Personal items
Telephone calls
Passport and visa expenses
Itinerary:
North Island:
Day1. Auckland - Breathtaking scenery, world-class food and wine, sparkling harbours. Climb a volcano (or we drive to the top), discover your favourite Auckland beach, get inspired by over 15,000 artworks at
Auckland Art Gallery, travel up in glass fronted lifts to the spectacular viewing platforms of Sky Tower. At 328 metres (1076 ft), Sky Tower the tallest tower in New Zealand with breathtaking views for up to 80 kilometres
in every direction. - It’s all here for you...
Day2. Rotorua - The place of skyrocketing geysers, hot springs and boiling mud pools. No visit to New Zealand would be complete without stopping here. This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively elds
of geothermal activity and sits squarely on the Pacic Rim of Fire. World class attractions oering geothermal wonders, and uniquely New Zealand Maori cultural experiences. Experience one of the world's best spas!
Day3. Waitomo - Waitomo Glowworm Caves are a must see in New Zealand. Enjoy the world famous boat ride under thousands of magical glowworms and become a part of over 120 years of cultural and natural history. Travel to
Auckland and y to Queenstown.
South Island:
Day 4. Milford Sound - It is truly spectacular. Visitors are drawn by the spectacular sights of waterfalls cascading from sheer rock faces rising 1,200 meters or more from the sea, lush rain forests clinging precariously to the clis,
and the seals, penguins and dolphins that frequent the waters. With 182 days of rain every year, Milford Sound is one of the wettest places in New Zealand however the rain creates stunning treats for visitors with dozens of
temporary waterfalls created both at Milford Sound and along the Milford Road. The Milford Road is a stunning alpine drive. Numerous viewing points and short walking opportunities en route, provide a chance to get out of
the car and drink in the spectacular scenery and the sheer scale of the landscape.
Day 5. Queenstown - It is often referred to as The Adventure Capitol of the World , with adrenalin-junkies thriving on a myriad of activities, including jet-boating, bungy jumping, rafting, high-country trout y shing, paragliding,
alpine skiing, mountain climbing and wilderness hiking. With such a huge range of activities in Queenstown, no two days will ever be the same. Queenstown also has many activities for visitors that have had too much
excitement or are just looking for a relaxing holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful places. A sightseeing tour, whether it be by coach, boat, plane or helicopter, around scenic Queenstown is a must.
Day 6. Aoraki/Mount Cook - is New Zealand’s great alpine park. It has the highest mountains and the largest glaciers. Aoraki/Mount Cook village and all visitors to the park are dwarfed by the immensity
of the landscape that surrounds them. Glacier Kayaking is the ultimate way to experience the magnicence of this world famous national park. Fly close to the steep ridges and rise over a mountain pass that reveals superb views
out to Aoraki/Mount Cook and its surrounding peaks. Prepare yourself for an amazing landing on the Richardson Glacier where you will be able to step out of the helicopter and play in the snow.
Day 7. Tekapo -- Christchurch - Lake Tekapo provides exquisite views of New Zealand. Mt Cook is only a short distance from Lake Tekapo and the cluster of New Zealand’s highest peaks border the lake and provide a beautiful
backdrop to some of the best views in the world. Visit an operational observatory and discover how the universe is explored. Look through a telescope and enjoy one of the most picturesque locations in New Zealand.
Day 8. Cook Islands, Rarotonga - Cook Islands is a castaway’s dream come true. If you’ve ever fantasised about escaping to a remote desert island, far from the hustle and hum of the modern world, then look no further than these
15 fascinating islands, where you’ll nd a thousand years of Polynesian culture sitting side by side with some of the most spectacular natural scenery in the South Pacic. The jewel in the crown is Rarotonga. Relax at the beach and
snorkel at the best spot of the Island!
Day 9. Fantastic day out with Koka Lagoon Cruises exploring famous Muri Lagoon. Snorkelling amongst lagoon life or enjoying through glass bottom; non-stop entertainment with ukulele playing, pareu tying,
weaving (score yourself a pair of kikau glasses!); enjoy a delicious sh bbq feast, amazing coconut tree climbing show, coconut husking and more! Informative, educational, and most of all FUN for all ages.
Day 10. Optional tours
- Aitutaki Island - The hook-shaped atoll of Aitutaki, the second most visited by tourists, sits at the top of one of the world’s largest coral lagoons, packed with giant clams and technicolour tropical sh, and
ringed by smaller uninhabited islets, known as motu, around its outer edges.
- Cross the island of Rarotonga and explore the rugged interior. The hike leads up the valley and across the island under a canopy of native trees to a steep 400 meter ascent of the Needle. The crossing of a narrow ridge at the
top is neither for the faint hearted nor for those with any physical challenges. As you descend the mountain, you’ll cross refreshing mountain streams where you can rell your water bottles.
- Horse Riding - Horse riding is a great way to take in Rarotonga's beautiful scenery and the beauty you can discover on horse back isn't restricted just to the beaches. Horse Treks are available for all levels of expertise -
whether you have never been on horseback in your life, or are an experienced rider, there is a horse that will suit your capabilities.
- Te Vara Nui Village. Te Vara Nui Village is the Cultural Centre of the Cook Islands oering 3 amazing products: a 2.5 hour VILLAGE TOUR oering a full authentic journey into our past, a Stunning Over-Water Night Show and rst
class Island/Western fusion buet dinning experience on oating and xed stages set in botanical gardens surrounded by rock gardens and waterfalls, and our COMBO PACKAGE oering both Village Tour and
Over-Water Night Show and Buet dinner in one night. Your ultimate cultural experience not to be missed!!!!
Day 11. Optional activities:
- Paddle boarding on the lagoon
- Maire Nui Botanical Gardens. With lush cooling lily ponds and spectacular mountain views, Marie Nui Gardens is the place to relax, smell the tropical aromas and just chill out to the soft sound of nature.
- Aroa Marine Reserve - Snorkeling. Prepare to be amazed. Boasting some of the clearest, cleanest turquoise water in the world, the Aroa Marine Reserve is home to a rich, diverse array of marine life. Among the many sea creatures
awaiting your discovery include parrot sh, Moorish idols, wrasse, angelsh, buttery and more, all in shallow clear waters, protected by the outlying reef.
- Dive Rarotonga . Rarotonga is home to some of the best and most diverse diving in the Pacic - there are about 35 dive sites around the island that we dive and of these, there are some that are consistently better than the rest.
Day 12. Discover the rest of the Island by driving around (35km!), stop at pristine beaches and visit the capital of Cook Islands - Avaraua - souvenir shopping.
Package Detail: Prices published are per person based on 2 people travelling together.
Per person costs decrease substancially for larger groups and breakdown is as follows
4ppl $7865 USD pp
6ppl $7765 USD pp
8ppl $7665 USD pp
Tour Operator located in New Zealand www.newtourzealand.com
Lake Tekapo
Rotoura
Milford Sound

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