Jan 7, 2021
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Your adventure begins in Auckland. Stake out must-sees from 1,076-feet in the air at Sky Tower. Enter the yachters’ beloved Mercury Bay to explore beautiful beaches or try game fishing. An overnight in Wellington offers a chance to explore the Te Papa Maori cultural museum, gorgeous beaches, and a waterfront promenade. In Christchurch, visit Hagley Park Botanic Gardens and punt on the Avon River. Stroll Baldwin Street in Dunedin, designated a UNESCO City of Literature. On Stewart Island, see parakeets, tui and kiwi birds, and paddle picturesque bays.UNESCO site Fiordland National Park boasts many deep fjords, most notably Milford Sound. Spend a relaxing day at sea on the way to Picton, where fantastic hiking, biking and the exceptional sauvignon blancs of the Marlborough Region await. In Kaikoura, witness sperm whales, fur seals, and dolphins, and try local crayfish. New Zealand is teeming with sheep; find some of the country’s most beautiful Merino wool creations in Napier. Unveil the underlying Maori culture in Gisborne, and walk the wine trail. Tauranga’s sparkling harbor and blue skies welcome you to the home of The Hobbit
and leave a lasting impression before your voyage concludes in Auckland.
Sample the exceptional wines of New Zealand’s Marlborough region
Stroll Baldwin Street in Dunedin, designated a UNESCO City of Literature
Visit Te Papa in Wellington, an interactive Maori cultural museum
Find some beautiful Merino wool in Napier
Sights to see in Christchurch include Hagley Park, Willowbank, and the Cardboard Cathedral
Look for influence of the Maori culture and the wine trail walking through Gisborne
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.