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Discover New Zealand like never before

Discover New Zealand like never before

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New Zealand is a small country with a big heart. Its unique history and vibrant culture provides an incredible amount to see and do  – much of it outdoors where you can enjoy its renowned beautiful, natural scenery.

New Zealand is a land of diverse regions and landscapes stretching across two main, small off-shore islands. This multi-cultural nation paves the way to a vibrant and embracing culture, inspired by ancient traditions and pioneering adventurers.

From the biggest, most magnificent sights– including Huka Falls, Fiordland National Park, Mt Cook and Lake Wanaka. New Zealand’s natural beauty is as diverse, complex and rich as anywhere in the world.

We’re excited to bring you two brand-new tours that unlock the hidden treasures of New Zealand in a way that only Wendy Wu Tours can.

Hear from some of our passengers who travelled on our very first Wendy Wu Tour in New Zealand!

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Top Holidays to New Zealand

New Zealand offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?

Hidden Gems of the North

Hidden Gems of the North

11 days from $5,680pp

Wellington (2N) New Plymouth (2N) Tongariro National Park Taupo (2N) Napier (1N) Hamilton (2N) Auckland (1N)
Hidden Gold of the South

Hidden Gold of the South

11 days from $7,480pp

Dunedin (2N) Fiordland Boat (1N) Arrowtown (2N) Lake Wanaka (1N) Mt Cook (2N) Christchurch (2N)
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Things to see in in New Zealand

No trip to New Zealand would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.

Amazing places to see in New Zealand

Frequently Asked Questions about New Zealand

  • When is the best time to travel to New Zealand?
    New Zealand’s rugged beauty and varied landscapes make it a spectacular destination to visit at any time of year.  The summer months in New Zealand are the months of December to March, which bring warmer temperatures of 16°C to 24°C and longer hours of daylight that are ideal for visiting the lovely beaches or enjoying the many outdoor activities available, such as hiking and mountain biking.  June through to September is likely to bring snow to the South Island, as well as some of the North Island’s more mountainous areas, attracting skiers from far and wide.  
     

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  • What should I pack?
    The North Island is usually warmer than the South Island, so you won’t need to pack as much warm clothing as you will if you are going to the South Island, specifically in winter. In the summer, both islands have a pleasant climate.  A light rain jacket is a good idea year round with comfortable walking shoes and insect repellent that works on both mosquitoes and sand flights - this is a must! 

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  • What costs can I expect to pay locally?
    Somethings in New Zealand may seem more expensive than Australia and somethings may seem cheaper however they are both very comparable.  In main cities like Auckland, you may find it is a little more expensive than in the quieter, more rural areas. Restaurants and bars may be slightly more costly but not extortionate.  

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  • Is there a lot of walking on the tour?
    To travel on any of our tours requires a reasonable level of fitness, but it is more about spending time on your feet, over uneven surfaces, rather than covering large distances. You will need to be agile getting on and off coaches and boats, walking around the sights and climbing steps. Our National Escort will always endeavour to provide the highest level of service and assistance; however, they cannot be expected to cater for customers who are unfit to complete the itinerary. 

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  • What type of accommodation will I be staying in?
    Your accommodation has been selected for convenience of location, comfort or character. Hotels are generally rated as local 3.5 - 5 star standard. Rest assured that all hotels used by Wendy Wu Tours are regularly inspected by our staff, and partners, to ensure that standards meet your needs and our requirements. 

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  • What size group will I be travelling with?
    The group size for our New Zealand tours will be no more than 18 travellers in each group. All of our departures are guaranteed to operate with a minimum of 14 travellers booked (unless cancelled due to factors beyond our control). However, at our discretion we may operate departures with a smaller group size as we try to operate advertised departures wherever it is viable to do so. 

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Time Difference - AEST +2 Approx. Flight Time - 5 hours Visa Required? - No Capital City - Wellington Population - 5 Million Dialing Code - +64 Currency - NZ Dollar

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