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• Waitomo Caves
• Rotorua Attractions, Te Puia, Rainbow Springs and the Agrodome
• Lake Taupo
Day One: 19th April 2020 Auckland – Waitomo Caves – Rotorua
Today depart Auckland for Rotorua travelling south through rolling hills and pastor land of the Waikato. Your first stop is at the mystical world of Waitomo, home to the Waitomo Glow-worm Caves. View cave formations, stalactites, stalagmites by drifting silently in a boat through a Glow-worm Cavern lit up with thousands of tiny glow-worm lights. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch whilst traveling through the heart of the Central North Island to Rotorua where the Geysers, bubbling mud pools and Maori culture await. A Picnic Lunch is provided on route. On arrival you will be transferred to your evenings accommodation.
Evening Accommodation: Millennium Hotel Rotorua or similar
Day Two: 20th April 2020 Rotorua
A sightseeing tour of Rotorua which includes Te Puia where you will experience Rotorua’s famous Maori culture and geothermal activity with a tour of the neighbouring Whakarewarewa Thermal Valley – a place where mud pools bubble and boil and geysers shoot steam high into the air. The next stop is at the Agrodome, there you will see Rotorua’s agricultural industry in action at the Agrodome; a working organic farm where you can find out all about farming life in New Zealand. Watch a sheep shearing display and see sheep dog trials where the farm dogs show off their amazing skills. The final stop of the day is at Rainbow Springs Nature Park, discover New Zealand wildlife and natural scenery here you can get up close to native flora and fauna including the famous kiwi – a flightless native bird. Wander through native forest and discover New Zealand birds, fish and lizards (including the ancient tuatara), as well as exotic animals from around the world.
Evening Accommodation Millennium Hotel Rotorua or similar
Day Three: 21st April 2020 Rotorua – Wellington
This morning you will depart Rotorua, travelling south to Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand, on this the final day of your tour. Travelling south initially through native forest and heavily bushed hills to Lake Tekapo, New Zealand’s largest lake. Then via the shores of Lake Taupo to the dry arid central plateau the home of several active volcanoes. The volcanic cone shaped snow-capped mountains form a spectacular back drop to this barren landscape. Prior to arriving in Wellington travel down the Kapiti Coast on the South-eastern tip of the North Island, here you will have great views of Cooks Strait, Kapiti Island and on a clear day the mountains of the South Island. Arriving in Wellington late afternoon at which time you will be transferred to you central city accommodation, at which time your tour will conclude.