Disney's Pete's Dragon - Trade Resources

Disney’s classic family film Pete’s Dragon has been brought back to life using spectacular New Zealand locations as the backdrop. We think there is a great opportunity for you to showcase your vacation product to New Zealand and we’ve included some tools that can help you do just that.

Featured itineraries

  • Auckland – Paihia – Hokianga - Auckland
    Auckland – Paihia – Hokianga - Auckland

    Auckland – Paihia – Hokianga - Auckland

    North Island

    This itinerary travels the top of the North Island from Auckland to Paihia, Hokianga and back.

    5 days
    • Auckland Harbour Bridge
    • Scenic flight in Bay of Islands
    • Hokianga Harbour’s sand dunes
  • Christchurch – Queenstown – Milford Sound/Doubtful Sound – Christchurch
    Christchurch – Queenstown – Milford Sound/Doubtful Sound – Christchurch

    Christchurch – Queenstown – Milford Sound/Doubtful Sound – Christchurch

    South Island

    Give your clients a taste of the incredible scenery and diverse activities on offer in in the South Island in just five days.

    5 days
    • Historic landmarks
    • Outdoor adventure
    • Stunning lakes and mountains
  • Wellington - Christchurch
    Wellington - Christchurch

    Wellington - Christchurch

    North Island/South ISland

    This itinerary takes you to the nation's capital - Wellington down to the South Island. Ending up in Christchurch.

    8 days
    • Mixture of wildlife
    • Great shopping
    • Vineyards

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