Get off to a great start on your journey in New Zealand with this starter kit. We arrange the first two nights in a hostel, so that you get a good start on your journey in New Zealand listed on findjobdescriptions.
Travel around New Zealand at your own pace. Whether you are traveling as a backpacker or glampacker, it is nice to have a calm start to the journey by plane and two nights at a good hostel in Auckland pre-booked. Book the trip to New Zealand through us and get lots of knowledge and experience on the purchase. We are ready to share their experiences in and around New Zealand, we can also help with things that are important for a successful trip. For example, by minimizing transfer times, arranging good stopovers, child discounts, seats on the plane and much more.
Day 1-2: Sweden-New ZealandDay 3: Arrival in New Zealand
You land in Auckland and head to your hostel. You have two nights.
Day 4: Auckland
You have all day to explore Auckland.
Day 5: Out on an adventure
After this, the time is your own. Here are some suggestions on what to look for when selecting your destination: North of Auckland is the Bay of Islands . This beautiful area is known for its many hours of sunshine and lovely beaches. Various boat trips are made in the area, where you can sail around to explore some of the 144 islands that make up the area. There is a chance to see both dolphins and whales on the tours. One of the highlights of Rotorua is experiencing a traditional Maori show, with a “Hangi” dinner, as well as the thermal areas. Wherever you are, you will see signs of geothermal activity underground. The city is famous and infamous for the stench of sulfur that hangs in the air.
Wellington has many cozy restaurants and cafes and fascinating museums. For example, you can visit Te Papa, New Zealand’s interesting national museum. It is also possible to go on a guided tour of the Parliament buildings.
Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand’s smallest – but perhaps most beautiful – national park. You can camp in the park and try some of the many hiking trails. Kayaking is also one of the highlights here.
Kaikoura is Sydön’s election capital. The city is known for the sperm whales that can be seen along the coast all year round. Embark on a 2 ½-hour whale safari. The waters off the coast have a unique marine life, as they are so rich in nutrients that they attract some of the most amazing creatures on our planet. Among other things, you can see the giant and very impressive whale sharks, which can be up to 20 meters long! During the boat trip, you may also be lucky enough to see Dusky dolphins, the rare Hector’s dolphin, fur seals and a wide range of seabirds, including king albatrosses. New Zealand’s west coast is barren but incredibly beautiful and usually you have a view of the foaming sea on one side and the fern-clad cliffs on the other side. The west coast of New Zealand is the wettest area in New Zealand. In some places it rains up to eight meters of rain per year.
The Fox and Franz Josef glaciers are quite unusual, as some of the ice masses are actually in the rainforest. Go on a hike and get close to the glacier. It is also possible to take a helicopter ride and land on the glacier.
Queenstown is beautifully situated between the mountain range “The Remarkables” and Lake Wakatipu. It is a city for all ages and souls. It has a cozy promenade and a plethora of different restaurants, cafes, casinos and a lot of shops, within a relatively small area. As I said, this community is also perfect for anyone who loves an adrenaline rush. Here you can try bungee jumping, kite and paragliding, rafting and jet boating. Just outside the town at Glenorchy, you will find some of the places where The Lord of the Rings was filmed.
Two nights in a hostel