New Zealand Tour Packages from Delhi
The fun doesn't just stop Here. The wanderlust in you is bound to augment once you check out our various theme based packages for other destinations like New Zealand, Europe, and Australia. Planning to take a family vacation or set out on an adventurous holiday with your friends? We have customisable packages catering to them as well. All you need to do is let us know your interests and preferences; and your holiday package is ready to go.
How to reach New Zealand from Delhi?
New Zealand’s border reopens on 31 July 2022! This is the best time for you to venture into the Southern Hemisphere. The majority of international flights arrive in Auckland, NZ, which is New Zealand’s largest city. Many connecting flights depart from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Auckland Airport (AKL). They include Malaysia Airlines, Air India, Scoot, Jetstar, VietJet Air, Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines, and Emirates. Malaysia Airlines provides one of the best options with 17 hrs and 30 mins travel time. This flight has a connecting stop at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) in Malaysia.
Other flights have a combination of different airlines at layovers. Once such a flight departs from Delhi to Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) with Air India. From Singapore, Scoot airlines travel to Sydney Airport (SYD) in Australia. And finally, Jetstar flies from Australia to Auckland, New Zealand. The total travel time for these connecting flights is approximately 32 hours. Many other airlines are available with different layovers in Singapore, Dubai, and Malaysia.
Airline fares and timing keep fluctuating by the day, so prepare for your trip ahead of time to save yourself from exorbitant prices or the hassles of booking a safe journey. If you don’t want to go through the trouble of booking a flight ticket, book your New Zealand Tour Packages from Delhi including flight
with PickYourTrail to ensure that you get the best deals with our customizable packages.
Many customizable packages are available at PickYourTrail. From family trips to adventurous packages with your friends, PickYourTrail has a plethora of options for New Zealand Packages from Delhi. Travel from Auckland's urban attractions to the serene Coromandel coast bays and the sunny city of Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty. Visit an active volcano in Whakatane, lovely beaches in Opotiki, visit vineyards in Gisborne and Napier, and then continue on to Wellington's cultural highlights.
A reference schedule is attached below, but PickYourTrail can edit any of them to your liking.
Day 1: Auckland to Whitianga
Auckland is surrounded by 48 extinct volcanic zones. Spend your first day in the city and explore the harbor, museums, and other activities that the city has to offer.
The historic township of Thames is your first stop on the trip south. This is an excellent place to learn about the history of the area and was established during the Coromandel gold rush. In addition, Coromandel Town is a sanctuary for crafters, artists, and environmentalists. Investigate the art galleries and boutiques that feature regional talent.
There is a fishing fleet based in Whitianga, therefore delicious seafood can be found there. Surfing, surf casting, and beach walks are among the best activities.
Day 2: Whitianga to Tauranga
You can stop at Hot Water Beach on the way south, where geothermally heated water surges up through the beach. You can dig your own spa during low tide. The hike from Hahei to stunning Cathedral Cove is another highlight of our trip.
Consider stopping along the journey in Whangamata, where you can engage in a variety of water sports, or plan a day excursion to Mayor Island, the summit of a dormant volcano that rises from the ocean floor.
Tauranga, a thriving city, stretches out alongside a charming harbor. You may arrange boat rentals from this point to go fishing, snorkeling, or dolphin viewing. Or take a beach walk and go surfing at neighboring Mount Maunganui.
Day 3: Tauranga to Whakatane and Whale Island
Drive the short distance to Whakatane after viewing the sunrise from Mount Maunganui. In the months of October through January, you can pick your own berries along this section of the coastal road.
Visit the island refuge of Moutohor to learn about the endangered natural fauna (Whale Island). You can travel to this pest-free haven on a catamaran or by motor and discover the conservation efforts that guard this priceless piece of New Zealand. Then excavate a relaxing geothermal spring pool for yourself at the island's remote hot springs beach.
Alternately, spend the afternoon taking a boat ride to see the helpful aquatic life of the Bay of Plenty.
Day 4: Whakatane to Gisborne
The charming beach town of Opotiki is the destination of your first visit today. Horseback riding, kayaking, river rafting, and even swimming with dolphins are among ecotourism activities that make excellent use of the lovely coastline and forest surroundings.
Take the beautiful inland road past the Urewera Ranges from Opotiki to Gisborne.
Gisborne is a sunny city known for its excellent wine and world-class surf beaches. There are more than 20 vineyards in the region, with Chardonnay taking center stage. The first European ship to land in New Zealand was at Kaiti Beach, which is close to the town's center.
Day 5: Gisborne to Napier
There are two ways to go to Napier from Gisborne. You'll pass by Hackfalls Arboretum, one of New Zealand's largest private tree collections, as you go inland. You can also approach Morere Hot Springs and Mahia Peninsula by traveling down the coast. Wairoa, a great location for kayaking or riverside walks and a base for exploring Te Urewera, is accessible from both highways.
Exploring Napier by foot or by bicycle is a great idea. Explore the town on foot to see the stunning Art Deco structures from the 1930s. Ride the bike routes that connect the region's wineries or take a picturesque ride up Te Mata Peak. The intriguing gannet colony can be reached via the Cape Kidnappers walking trail.
Day 6: Napier to Wellington
Explore several tiny rural communities on your way south. The largest provincial town in New Zealand, Palmerston North, is a nice place to stop for lunch. Numerous historic stores from the 1920s and 1930s have been renovated to become boutique stores, cafes, and restaurants.
Along the journey, there are also sights like Kapiti Island Nature Reserve and Owlcatraz Owl Sanctuary.
You'll find a vibrant fusion of culture, heritage, and food in Wellington. The downtown area is perfect for exploration on foot because it is tucked between the harbor and the hills. Explore local craft brews, explore museums and galleries, and discover the eccentric culture of New Zealand's capital city.
Day 7: Wellington to Auckland or Delhi
Choose if you want to commute back home from Wellington, the Capital of New Zealand, or if you want to go back home from Auckland, the most popular city in New Zealand.
If you want to go back to Delhi from New Zealand, you can drive from Wellington which is 7 hours apart, or the best commute from Wellington to Auckland is by train. The Northern Explorer Wellington & Auckland train timetable operates six days a week, departing Wellington on Wednesday, Friday & Sunday and Auckland on Monday, Thursday & Saturday.
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