8D/7N Self-Drive Holiday North South Highlights  

An adventure-filled NZ multi-day vacation package with bubbling mud pools and spurting geysers to magnificent vistas and majestic snow-capped mountains. A perfect tour for those short of time that wish to experience a taste of what each island has to offer.

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Auckland - Auckland City Hobson (Breakfast) | Rotorua - Ibis Rotorua (Breakfast) | Queenstown - Heartland Queenstown (Breakfast) | Mount Cook - The Hermitage Hotel, Mount Cook Village (Breakfast) | Christchurch - Ibis Christchurch (Breakfast)
Starting (/pax nett):
IDR 20.868.210
Starting (/pax nett):
IDR 18.759.240
Starting (/pax nett):
IDR 17.699.940
Day 1
Arrive Auckland
Upon arrival, collect your rental vehicle and self drive to your accommodation.  

Auckland is New Zealand`s largest city, set between two harbours with gentle sandy shores on the east and black sand, wild surf beaches on the west. Home to sheltered, sparkling blue waters dotted with beautiful emerald islands, we recommend getting out on the water when you are here. 

Overnight: Auckland.


Auckland Sky Tower:

View Auckland City from 328 metres high above street level in the iconic Sky Tower. This is a great introduction to the city as it provides panoramic 360 degree views up to 80km in every direction.

Weta Workshop Unleashed Experience:

Weta Workshop Unleashed is a wildly imaginative and immersive experience that invites guests of all ages into a fantastical film effects facility. Inside Unleashed, extraordinary worlds are brought to life with resident creatures. From the curious to the creative, there’s something for everyone here. Join Unleashed crew on a 90 minute guided journey through three original movie projects. Lose yourself in the worlds of horror, sci-fi and fantasy while navigating enchanting environments, discombobulating displays and surprise encounters. It’s the ultimate celebration of creativity: combining traditional handcraft with modern technologies. See you down the proverbial rabbit hole, where nothing is as it seems.

All Blacks Experience:

The legendary New Zealand All Blacks is one of the most famous teams the sports world has ever produced. Learn the story, feel the passion and experience first-hand the All Blacks haka up close and personal. The only All Blacks attraction in the world, the experience includes a 45minute guided tour and hands-on interactive zone, giving visitors the chance to try their kicking, catching, line out and accuracy skills with digital challenges against the All Blacks. You will be entertained from the kick to the final whistle.
Day 2
Auckland - Rotorua (B)
There are a number of different routes to take on the journey to Rotorua.  You might like to add one or two optional tours on your way to geothermal Rotorua, a bubbling and steaming destination like nowhere else.

Overnight: Rotorua

Auckland-Rotorua: 235km (approx 3 hrs)


Waitomo Glowworm Caves Guided Tour:

More than 30 million years ago, the legend of Waitomo began with the creation of limestone at the bottom of the ocean. Discover this ancient world with your expert tour guide bringing the Waitomo Glowwom Cave to life through story-telling its history, features and legends. Walk past stunning, delicate cave formations before taking a boat ride through the glow worm grotto. Glide silently through the starry wonderland of Arachnocampa Luminosa, thousands of magical glowworms, unique to New Zealand.

Regular one hour tours depart from the Waitomo Glowworm Caves Visitor Centre.

Hobbiton Movie Set Tour:

Experience the real Middle-earth at the Hobbiton Movie Set where you can step into the lush pastures of the Shire, as seen in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Your guide will take you on a fully guided tour around the set pointing out the most famous locations and explaining how the movie magic was made. Venture beyond the door and into an authentic Hobbit Hole interior. Visit the Mill and Green Dragon Inn where you will be presented with a complimentary beverage. Located at The Shires Rest, 15 minutes from Matamata township. Duration: 2.5 hours.

Hamilton Gardens:

FREE ADMISSION:  Located on the outskirts of Hamilton central, Hamilton Gardens is a concept garden and is FREE to visit.  It acknowledges there is a story to tell about gardens, their use and their development over time and across cultures:

Te Parapara - A traditional Maori garden showcasing traditional practices, materials and ceremonies relating to food production and storage

Paradise Collection - Gardens that represent China, England, Japan, America, Italy & India. Each garden is highly individual with a totally different design philosophy

Productive Collection - Functionally useful herb, kitchen and sustainable gardens. There`s a herb garden, kitchen garden and sustainable backyard garden

Cultivar Collection – Telling the stories of plants that have been selectively bred for the garden including an area devoted to roses, camelias, rhododendrons and Victorian garden flowers.

Fantasy Garden – Possibly the most memorable of them all. Imaginations have been allowed to run riot, with a special focus on the themes of `perfume` and `time`. Highlights include the Tudor Garden, Tropical Garden and Concept Garden.

Polynesian Spa Deluxe Lake Spa:

Nestled on the shores of Lake Rotorua lies Polynesian Spa, a geothermal bathing and soul searching retreat. Relax and unwind in the natural springs that nourish the skin and relieve tired muscles, aches and pains. Embrace nature`s sanctuary and slip into five mineral hot pools overlooking the lake. Lounge on geothermal recliners and enjoy the deluxe changing rooms.
Day 3
Rotorua (B)
Rotorua is surrounded by a fascinating geothermal landscape with its unique steam vents, spouting geysers and bubbling mud pool set alongside freshwater lakes and majestic native forests. It is also a region immersed in fascinating Maori myths and legends.   

Today you`ll visit Waimangu Geothermal Valley and experience spectacular volcanic craters, enormous hot water springs and beautiful geothermal features.

Overnight: Rotorua


Waimangu Geothermal Valley:

Waimangu connects people with the beating heart of the world’s youngest geothermal valley, its unique history and legacy. Discover how the world began. Experience spectacular volcanic craters, enormous hot water springs, beautiful geothermal features, rare and unusual plant life, brilliantly coloured micro biology and a wide array of birds. Become immersed in the stories of the Mt Tarawera volcanic eruption, its people, and the resulting dramatic landscape changes that created the world’s youngest geothermal park. Explore Waimangu at your own pace on the easy, mainly downhill, 1.5km walk.

Treewalk Nightlights:

Forest and fantasy come to life within this magical illuminated evening treewalk. Redwoods Nightlights™ is one of New Zealand’s top design led tourism experiences. Set high amongst the giant redwood trees, 30 exquisite lanterns float above the forest floor. Enjoy the mesmerising forest at night on a 40 minute award-winning, eco-tourism walk that spans 28 platforms and suspension bridges. Suitable for all ages and perfect for those looking for things to do in Rotorua at night.


Treewalk Altitude Ziplining:

Redwoods Altitude is a two-hour fully guided harnessed journey through the spectacular Redwoods and encompasses thrills, ecology and education. Your journey begins as you ascend the spiral staircase and from 25 metres (80 feet) up, your adventure beings high above the forest floor. Small, intimate groups of eight participants, are guided on an exhilarating journey along "Indiana Jones"-style jungle bridges and flying foxes. Using a continuous safety system for your safety and comfort, your professional guide will share local knowledge and stories about the Redwood Forest history, native flora and fauna and Maori legends.

Geyser by Night:

Just seven minutes from central Rotorua lies one of New Zealand’s most magnificent geothermal wonderlands – featuring dramatic geysers, bubbling mud and beautiful native bush. When darkness falls the true love story of Rotorua’s geothermal wonderland comes to life. Explore this unique landscape on foot in a multi-sensory experience. Hear the stories of the past and feel the beauty of Pōhutu Geyser on a two hour guided interactive journey under the stars. The 3km trek across geothermal terrain is suitable for those aged 8 years and older with a medium level of fitness. A traditional Māori dessert will be shared before viewing beautiful and powerful Pōhutu, the largest geyser in the southern hemisphere. Allow: 2hrs, 15mins
Day 4
Rotorua - Queenstown (B)
Return of your rental car to Rotorua Airport and depart on your domestic flight to Queenstown (Airfare is NOT included). Upon arrival, collect your rental vehicle and self drive to your accommodation.

Magnificent vistas and majestic mountains dominate this compact alpine resort town and with such an expansive natural physical environment it is not surprising that Queenstown has been described as the Adventure Capital of the World.

Overnight: Queenstown  

Flight Time Rotorua to Queenstown is approx. 3 hours
Day 5
Queenstown (B)
Today’s gondola ride will take you high above Queenstown for an expansive view of stunning Lake Wakatipu and the surrounding Remarkables mountains.  Then enjoy a scenic cruise on the vintage TSS Earnslasw steamship across the lake to Walter Peak High Country Farm for an insight into farm life in New Zealand.

Overnight: Queenstown


Skyline Gondola Ride:

The Skyline Gondola base is situated a short five minute walk from central Queenstown. Take in the stunning views as you ride the Skyline Gondola cable car high above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bob’s Peak. The best views in the region are found here, spread out in a spectacular 220 degree panorama with breath taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables mountain range and across Lake Wakatipu to Cecil and Walter Peak.

Walter Peak High Country Farm Excursion:

Farming in the New Zealand high country is a way of life – and its one you can get up close to at Walter Peak. Departing from Steamer Wharf central Queenstown, the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw will transport you on a scenic cruise across Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak High Country Farm. Here you will be taken to the amphitheatre to watch the remarkable skill with which the farm dogs round up sheep from the paddocks. A guided walking tour of the farmyard visits the holding pens, where you can help feed the sheep and deer and even get up close to the Scottish Highland Cattle. Then a stroll to the charming old woolshed for morning or afternoon tea. There may also be time to stroll through the lakeside gardens before re-boarding the TSS Earnslaw for the cruise back to Queenstown.
Duration: 3.5 hours

Note: The TSS Earnslaw is closed for maintenance for six weeks mid-winter each year.


Shotover Jetboat Ride:

World famous as the ultimate jet boat experience. A unique combination of beauty and power, this 25 minute experience is like no other, blending pristine natural landscape with wall to wall canyon action from start to finish. Journey deep into the Shotover River Canyon as your expert driver whips your jet boat skilfully through the dramatic and narrow canyons, past rocky outcrops and around crags and boulders. Reach speeds of up to 85kph while skimming the surface of crystal clear waters and feel the spray in the 360 degree spins that are guaranteed to get your heart pumping. The Shotover Jet River Base is a 7km drive from central Queenstown. Complimentary shuttle from the Queenstown depot on select jet boat departures.

Original Onsen Exclusive Indoor Pool:

Onsen Hot Pools is located high on a cliffside overlooking the magnificent Shotover River canyon, providing stunning views over the breathtaking alpine scenery and provides a perfect vantage point to watch the jetboats on the river below. Infused with 100% Earth Minerals, rich in magnesium to naturally detoxify the body and mind, these mineral pools are ideal for up to four people and help to provide natural relief for muscular complaints. The crystal clear water also helps to moisturise and hydrate the skin.
The one hour session includes time to change and shower. Towels are provided and the experience includes a complimentary drink and snack package. Complimentary transport is available from downtown Queenstown if required.

Original Onsen Exclusive Indoor Pool
Indoor cedar lined exclusive use hot tubs are complete with a retractable roof, changing area and shower, overlooking the Shotover Canyon.

EVENING BOOKINGS ONLY From sunset the pool is surrounded with Japanese lanterns for a magical experience! Sunset times vary on the time of year booked.
Day 6
Queenstown - Tekapo/Mt Cook (B)
Today’s journey takes you to a scenic wonderland with golden tussocks, snow-capped mountains and turquoise lakes.  Hug the shores of beautiful Lake Pukaki and embrace the dramatic vast landscape.  Travel to a rugged land of ice and rock that showcases multiple giant peaks including New Zealand`s highest mountain.

Overnight: Tekapo or Mt Cook

Queenstown - Aoraki Mt Cook 256-266km (approx 3hrs, 15 mins)


Dark Sky Experience:

Get ready to embark on a journey 13.8 billion years in the making. A treat for the senses, the Dark Sky Experience brings science, Māori heritage and fascinating multi-media installations together in a ‘Big Bang’ of awe and inspiration. At Dark Sky Project, manuhiri (visitors) are connected to New Zealand’s night skies, igniting a lifelong passion for dark sky preservation and what lies above. Located in Tekapo at the Dark Sky Project Base ,situated between Queenstown and Christchurch approximately a three hour drive from both cities. Set on the main highway, it is one of the most accessible Dark Sky Reserves in the world and the drive offers some of the most spectacular scenery in New Zealand.

With scheduled 45 minute tour departures, this is a thought-provoking, educational and entertaining indoor experience suitable for all ages.
Day 7
Tekapo/Mt Cook - Christchurch (B)
Be sure to stop for a while at Lake Tekapo where the ‘Church of the Good Shepherd’ takes pride of place against the backdrop of a vivid blue glacier-fed lake.  Continue north-east where braided rivers and a fertile patchwork of plains made with every shade of green will signal your arrival into Christchurch.  

Christchurch is set between the deep blue Pacific Ocean and the mighty snow-capped Southern Alps.  This is a vibrant, ever-changing city with inner city parks and gardens delightfully interwoven by the meandering Avon River.

Overnight: Christchurch

Tekapo/Mt Cook - Christchurch: 230-330km (approx 3-4hrs)


Antarctic Centre:

Located an 8 minute walk from Christchurch Airport or 20 minute drive from central Christchurch. See, touch, feel and fall in love with Antarctica at the International Antarctic Centre where a slice of this astounding continent can be experienced. Brave an Antarctic storm, go off-road in a Hagglund Antarctic vehicle ride, befriend a husky dog, enjoy the 4D theatre experience and mingle with the little blue penguins. Experience Antarctica from all four dimensions and leave with a head full of knowledge and a heart full of love and inspiration. Just like the explorers before you. Allow 2-3 hours
Day 8
Depart Christchurch (B)

Arrangements conclude today with the return of your rental car to Christchurch Airport.

Please Note 

(i) Rental Car "Days" are based on a 24 hour hire. 

Early arrivals into and/or late departures out of New Zealand may necessitate a longer hire period.

(ii) Adding Optional Tours may necessitate an additional nights` stay in that location.

  • 7 Day Rental Car Hire - Compact SUV (CFAR/CFAV)
  • 7 Nights Accommodation based on Standard Hotel (3 Star)
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Included Activities:
    • Waimangu Geothermal Valley
    • Redwood Treewalk Nightlights
    • Skyline Gondola Ride
    • Scenic Lake Cruise & Walter Peak Farm Tour

  • International or domestic airfares
  • Gratuities
  • Visa Fees
  • Meals (Lunch and Dinner)
  • Unless specified
  • Supplement upgrade hotel to Superior Hotel (4 star) or First Class Hotel (5 star) based on request
  • Supplement upgrade Car Rent to Full Size SUV (FFAR) based on request
  • Optional Extras & Fuels
  • Optional Activities
  • Personal expenses
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Travel insurance
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Other Services not mentioned above
  • Special event, High and Peak Season surcharge (for all other surcharge, you will be advised at the time booking is made)

  • Applicable for Indonesian market and KIMS / KITAS
  • The package valid until 30 April 2024 (low season only)
  • Starting price for minimum 4 persons
  • One (1) Car maximum for 4 persons only
  • It is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure that they have valid passport and visas. Travelers from many countries require visas for entry into New Zealand
  • if any of above properties are unavailable at the time of booking similar accommodation will be provided. An additional charge may apply for any upgrading
  • Pricing is subject to availability at time of booking and may be subject to Event surcharges
  • A final price will be confirmed with the booking confirmation
  • Hotel subject to change without prior notice and subject to availability
  • Cancellation Policy apply
  • Self drive rental vehicle touring is calculated on a 24 hour ‘per day’ hire period.  Early flight arrival and/or late departure times may necessitate an additional hire day
  • Child rate valid for child under 11 years old. Child 11 years above the rate same with adult fare
  • Driving in New Zealand:
    • Road Safety
      • t`s easy to underestimate driving times when looking at a map. Although distances may seem short, New Zealand roads often include hilly or winding terrain with sharp corners, slowing  down your journey. Allow plenty of time to get to your destination and drive carefully according to the weather conditions. Snow, ice and fog can be common in winter, especially in the South Island, around mountain passes
      • If you are surrounded by sheep or stock on country roads, drive slowly and take your direction from the farmer
      • Make sure that you have plenty of sleep before a long drive. Take regular breaks and pull over if you feel sleepy
      • Don`t leave valuables in your vehicle
    • Road Rules
      • In New Zealand, all motorists drive on the LEFT HAND SIDE of the road
      • When approaching a roundabout, always give way to traffic on your right
      • When the traffic light is red, you must stop. There is no left turn rule as in North America
      • Keep within speed limits. The maximum speed limit on open roads is 100km/h (approx 60m/h) and 50km/h in urban areas
      • Drivers and passengers must wear seat belts at all times, in both front and rear seats
      • Do not drink and drive.  Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a crime in New Zealand
      • Driving while using a hand-held cellphone is illegal in New Zealand
      • It is illegal to pass other cars where there is a yellow line in the middle of the road.  The yellow line indicates it is too dangerous to pass
      • You are required by law to carry your driver licence with you at all times
    • International Driving Licences and Permits
      • You can legally drive in New Zealand for up to 12 months if you have either a current driver`s licence from your home country or an International Driving Permit that is issued in English. If your licence is not in English, you must carry an authorised English translation with you

Starting (/person):
IDR 17.699.940
Tour Duration: 7 malam
Flight: Belum termasuk


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