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Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand. Geographically and administratively divided into: Auckland City - the central and most urbanized part of the city, North Shore City, Manukau City, Waikakek City, Papakura, Rodney and Franklin. Oakland is one of the few cities in the world that has access to two bays belonging to different seas. The shores of these bays are connected by several bridges: Auckland Harbor Bridge and Manukau (along it the road connecting the central part of the city with the International Airport of Auckland).
Oakland is the city of sails, the largest city in New Zealand, located on the shores of two seas. You will get acquainted with the largest industrial, financial and commercial center of New Zealand. During the tour you will see the business and shopping area "Golden Mile", the ancient government and university buildings, the bridge over the bay, gardens and parks of Domaine, broken in the crater of an extinct volcano. You will stop at the Eden mountain viewing platform, which offers a breathtaking panorama of the city and two ocean bays, you will see the most expensive street in Parnell and you will pass along the picturesque Tamaki road. You will also visit Underwater World - the underwater world with a moving path through an underwater tunnel and there Kelly Tarlton's Antarctic Encounter, where you will visit the recreated Antarctic small house of the great polar explorer Robert Scott,
The road leads south from Auckland, through the green farmlands of Waikato to the Waitomo region. Upon arrival to the world-famous caves of Waitomo with luminous worms you will be guided through the high halls of the grotto, then the tour continues on the boat, where you will see the luminous phenomenon of caves. After the tour, lunch-picnic and the continuation of the way to Rotorua. Arrival in Rotorua. Hotel accommodation. At 18:30 a concert and dinner in the traditions of Maori (4 hours). Transfer to the village of Maori in the Valley of Geysers. This magical evening will begin with the traditional greeting of the Maori soldiers performing the "Taki" dance, followed by "Pohiri" - greeting guests by the villagers. You will see local craftsmen making traditional art samples and decorating weapons with traditional writing. Then a concert of Maori music and dances. After the concert, a dinner of traditional "Hangi" food, cooked in natural ovens, on hot stones in wicker baskets.
The tour begins with the visit of the Te Puia center (Te Puia) which hosts the most active geysers. The tour will continue to visit the Rainbow Springs (Rainbow Springs) - a unique wildlife park. Next you will visit Agodome (Argodome) - show shearing sheep, go on a tour of the traditional New Zealand farm. You can see 19 breeds of New Zealand sheep, the performance of shepherds, or even milk a cow right on the stage, or feed from a bottle of young lambs. You will also visit the apiary and see how the most famous New Zealand fruit - kiwi grows, and even, perhaps, you can taste the wine from kiwi. At the end of the tour, go on a gondola to Skyline. It is an entertainment complex and a restaurant with panoramic views of Rotorua and the surrounding area, located on the mountain, which take you by cable car with glassed-in cabins.
After lunch transfer to the airport. At 16:25 departure to Dunedin (via Wellington). At 20:15 the arrival. Meeting at the airport by the representative of the Sushant Travels. Transfer and accommodation at the hotel.
The tour includes a cruise on the Otago Bay, with magnificent views of the peninsula and Cape Tayaroa. On the cape is a lighthouse built in 1864, and a colony of northern royal albatrosses, which was formed in the 1920s - the only colony of these birds in the world on a populated island. Also on the cape are the ruins of old coastal fortifications, founded around 1886 with the goal of defending against a possible Russian attack. In these places are breeding colonies of gorgeous (yellow-eyed) penguins, which are endangered. The tour includes a bus tour to the reserve of these rare animals.
The journey begins with a landing on the historic train Taieri Gorge Train. This railway was built by prisoners over 100 years ago and stretched for 77 km. Within two hours you will pass through 12 bridges on stilts and 10 dug out tunnels. At the final station Pukerangi bus transfer and the continuation of the journey through the amazing places of the central region of Otago in the capital of extreme tourism - the high mountain town of Queenstown. Hotel accommodation.
Through the town of Te Anau, the bus will take you to the Mirror Lakes, then along the picturesque road over the mountain rivers to the high pass - and into the very impressive Homer tunnel, from where it spirals down to the fjord of Milford Sound. Here you will take the boat and go on a cruise with lunch on board. During the cruise you will see waterfalls, marine animals abundant in the fjord, one of the highest peaks of the National Park - Miter Peak, and make a short trip to the open ocean. Lunch is included in the tour price. After the cruise return to Queenstown by bus.