Have you seen the beautiful splendour of New Zealand?

AAT Kings’ New Zealand Splendour Guided Holiday is a 15-day journey that celebrates the incredible variety of this gorgeous country.

Venture down into the depths of a glowworm grotto, experience the fun and frivolity of a sing-along on a cruise in Queenstown, then fall asleep to the sound of waves crashing on the beach outside your hotel in Punakaiki.

Get in quick and you can save up to $1,140 per couple!*

Click here to download a brochure, or click here to learn more about this brilliant itinerary!

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What a beautiful country! Have you been lucky enough to spend time in New Zealand?

Posted by Starts at 60 on Friday, February 19, 2016

 

nz-map• Savour a degustation featuring fresh local produce in Auckland

• Discover Waitomo’s famous Glow Worm Grotto

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• Take your pick of a selection of included local highlight experiences at Rotorua

• ‘You’re invited’ to Shenandoah Estate for a unique private afternoon tea experience

• Wellington’s city sights and Mt. Victoria

• Sail the Cook Strait to beautiful Queen Charlotte Sound

• Indulge in a 5 course dinner with matching wines in Blenheim

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• Savour a delicious Kiwi BBQ at Morelea Farm

• Marvel at the crystal clear waters of Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki

• Take your pick of a selection of included local highlight experiences in Dunedin

• Discover truly spectacular Milford Sound on a cruise

• Tailor your trip with a selection of included enriching experiences in Queenstown

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• Taste Central Otago stone fruit at a local orchard

• Discover Franz Josef Glacier

• Visit a jade factory and marvel at artists at work

• Walk around Punakaiki Pancake Rocks

• Journey over the Southern Alps on the TranzAlpine Train

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*This travel deal is sponsored by AAT Kings. For more information on their Guided Holidays and Short Breaks, please visit the AAT Kings website.
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