New Zealand Tour Packages from Mumbai
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-How to reach New Zealand from Mumbai?
New Zealand’s border reopens on 31 July 2022 and this is the best time to visit the southern hemisphere to experience some winter memories. The majority of international flights arrive in Auckland, NZ, which is New Zealand’s largest city. Many connecting flights depart from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) to Auckland Airport (AKL).
They include Malaysia Airlines, Air India, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, and many more. Singapore Airlines provides one of the best options with 18 hours of travel time. This flight has a connecting stop at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) in Singapore. Many other airlines are available with different layovers in Singapore, Dubai, and Malaysia.
Flights also travel to Wellington International Airport (WLG) and other cities in New Zealand. But most of the flights have a layover/ connecting flight at Melbourne Airport (MEL) in Australia or Auckland Airport, NZ.
Plan your trip in advance to avoid expensive pricing or the inconveniences of making a safe trip because airline prices and schedules are subject to daily change. Book your New Zealand Tour Packages from Mumbai including flights with PickYourTrail to ensure that you receive the best deals with our customizable packages if you don't want to deal with the hassle of purchasing a flight ticket.
PickYourTrail curates unique packages catered to you and your closest ones. From chill family trips to adventurous packages with your friends, PickYourTrail has great options for New Zealand Packages from Mumbai. On the Coastal Arts Trail, explore the distinctive artistic attractions of the North Island. Starting in New Plymouth, this six-day itinerary brings you to magnificent art galleries, belly-laugh-inducing comedy at a local theatre, museums, and breathtaking vistas of Mount Taranaki (Egmont) and Mount Ruapehu.
Day 1: Art galleries in New Plymouth
One of Taranaki's main towns, New Plymouth, is where your adventure begins. It is for its amazing studios, sculptures, and art galleries are is surrounded by different cuisines that one must experience ad devour. Visit the Len Lye Centre, where the rotating mirror façade is located, to get a taste of New Plymouth's artistic side. There are numerous art galleries in the region, such as Koru on Devon, Gover St Gallery, and Kina. Travel on foot or on an electric scooter for a fantastic opportunity to experience Mt. Taranaki's breathtaking scenery (Egmont).
Check out New Plymouth's Coastal Walkway if you like to walk. You can see public artworks like mothers and daughters, light on the land, and Len Lye's enormous wind wand.
After spending the day at New Plymouth, explore more of the area and take a sail along the coast to check out Surf Highway 45, a popular surfing spot. As you go to Hāwera, be sure to stop at surf towns like Ōakura and Ōpunake.
Day 2: Mountains and Arts of Taranaki
Start your adventure in Hāwera to experience one of Taranaki's best vistas from the water tower. Visit Lysaght Watt Gallery and the Quirky Fox for more gorgeous artwork to connect with the incredible talent the area has to offer and to pick up a memento to remember Hāwera. Visit the Tawhiti Museum and Traders & Whalers, two award-winning museums featuring life-size figurine exhibits.
Once you've had a chance to visit Hāwera, head over to Pātea, which is famous for the song Poi E. Visit Gallery Pātea, The Bank Room, and soak in some of the regional histories at Aotea Utanganui- Museum of South Taranaki to learn more about what Ptea has to offer.
Day 3: Whanganui
Start your day in Whanganui by going to Durie Hill, which has the only subterranean elevator in the Southern Hemisphere. Look out for views of Mt. Taranaki, Mt. Ruapehu, and the Whanganui River below by ascending a spiral staircase. On a Saturday, visit the River Traders Market to see the artists at work and have some delectable street fare.
The greatest collection of publicly accessible ceramic works in New Zealand is housed in the Quartz, Museum of Studio Ceramics, which can be reached by walking along the waterfront. After that, turn around and arrive at a group of galleries. Check out Brown & Co, Sarjeant Gallery, and one of New Zealand's most esteemed regional galleries NZ Glassworks - Te Whare O Rehua since Whanganui is famed for its glass creativity.
Get yourself down to Castlecliff Beach, a popular surfing and swimming location, for a little change of pace.
Day 4: Whanganui River
Proceed to Te Awa Tupua (The Whanganui River) to experience a river tour on two historic riverboats, the motor vessel Wairua and the paddle steamer Waimarie.
Visit the Whanganui Regional Museum, which also houses a renowned Tāonga Māori collection and other historical exhibits showcasing Whanganui life in addition to a fantastic Lindauer exhibition.
Day 5: Attractions in Manawatu and Feilding
Feilding, which lies in the Manawatu region, is considered New Zealand's most picturesque town. Numerous studios and galleries, such as Joe Mcmenamin's Art and Studio Gallery and the Feilding and District Art Society, are located there.
Prior to visiting the Central Energy Trust Wildbase Recovery Centre, spend some time at Suzanne McAllen Pottery to browse or buy some pottery to add to your collection. This facility offers a home for native animals. Along with seeing natural wildlife, visitors to the center can marvel at the magnificent Māori carvings.
Day 6: Street art in Palmerston North
Start your day in Palmerston North, a creative and musical city where the streets come alive. The Square Edge Arts Centre is a thriving arts center devoted to the local cultural and artistic communities.
Te Manawa Art Gallery and Zimmerman Art Gallery are both located in the city's center and are both devoted to collecting and exhibiting the work of prominent New Zealand artists.
Day 7: Depart to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport
Fly back to Mumbai from Palmerston North Airport or Auckland Airport in New Zealand with the ample flight options available.
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