We have created a range of suggested itineraries, which can be used as examples when creating your own itineraries for your clients.

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New Zealand Highlights Road Trip
23 General

This three-week Tiki Tour from Auckland to Queenstown hits all the highlights and will give you a quick overview of everything New Zealand has to offer in one fantastic road-trip.

North and South Island Premium Experiences.
9 days Premium

This 9 day itinerary from Auckland to Wanaka offers the ultimate New Zealand hospitality experience for those short on time but still wanting to experience the best of New Zealand.

Two Weeks, Two Islands
14 days General

This 2 week itinerary from Auckland to Christchurch offers a fantastic mixture of city life, cultural immersion, stunning coastlines and unique wildlife encounters.

West Coast Highlights Itinerary
6 days General

Enjoy one of the world’s most scenic train journeys – the TranzAlpine – before taking to the road in your rental car and exploring a region famed for its wild natural beauty.

Auckland – Bay of Islands – Hokianga - Auckland
General

Northland is New Zealand’s first land and only subtropical region. The first Māori canoe landed here some 1000 years ago, followed later by the first European settlers. Spend four days exploring spectacular Northland on this easy paced self-drive itinerary.

Southern Lakes Region
5 days Family

On this 5 night itinerary, your clients will experience the unsurpassed beauty of the Southern Lakes region.

Auckland - Tauranga - Whakatane - Rotorua - Hamilton - Auckland
5 days General

This 5 night itinerary travels through some of the North Island’s most scenic spots.

Auckland - Christchurch - Franz Josef - Wanaka - Queenstown - Auckland
8 days General

This 8 night itinerary through parts of the South Island, shows just how close some of New Zealand’s most dramatic landscapes are to each other.