Wellington, New Zealand - Wellington, New Zealand 15 days trip

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Wellington, New Zealand

2 nights Sat. Oct 19-Mon. Oct 21

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Taupo, New Zealand

1 night Mon. Oct 21-Tue. Oct 22

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Whakatane, New Zealand

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Whangamata, New Zealand

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Waitangi, New Zealand

1 night Thu. Oct 24-Fri. Oct 25

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Te Anau, New Zealand

2 nights Fri. Oct 25-Sun. Oct 27

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Queenstown, New Zealand

2 nights Sun. Oct 27-Tue. Oct 29

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Oamaru, New Zealand

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Kaikoura, New Zealand

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Picton, New Zealand

0 nights Thu. Oct 31

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Nelson, New Zealand

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Wellington, New Zealand

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Things to do in and around Wellington

  • Monastery on the hill
  • Gainfully “employed”: cycling to the beach counts, right?
  • Antique shops and others shops in main street of the heritage town of Carcoar New South Wales.
  • Wellington Botanic Gardens in spring.
  • P1010949
  • Approaching Picton
  • Got any food? - EXPLORED
  • Te Papa Tongarewa (Museum of New Zealand) in Wellington
  • Cuba St Mall
  • Meercats @ Wellington Zoo
  • carter observatory
  • Approaching Matiu/Somes Island
  • Putangirua Pinnacles
  • 200510 museum of wellington
  • Weta Cave
  • Otari-Wilton's Bush
  • Cw Wellington Mount Victoria Lookout
  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Wrights Hill Fortress
   
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Wellington

New Zealand, Wellington region

CultureFoodBeachesNight life2 nightsSat. Oct 19 - Mon. Oct 21

New Zealand's capital is a city with upbeat energies, boasting a thriving nightlife, rich museums, historic buildings, and more.

Wellington is the capital city and second most populous urban area of New Zealand. It is located at the south-western tip of the North Island, and is the world's southernmost capital city of a sovereign state. Wellington is marketed as the 'coolest little capital in the world' and its popular tourist attractions include Museum of Wellington Museum, Wellington Zoo, Zealandia and Wellington Cable Car. Cruise tourism is experiencing a major boom in line with nationwide development. Cafe culture is prominent and restaurants offer cuisines including from Europe, Asia and Polynesia.
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Things to do in and around Taupo

  • Tongariro & Lake Taupo
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  • Aukland botanical gardens, New Zealand
  • Taupo Museum & Art gallery
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  • Huka Falls 7
  • Devil's Bath, Wai-o-Tapu, North Island, New Zealand.
  • Agrodome
   
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Taupo

New Zealand, Waikato region

NatureActiveSmall towns1 nightMon. Oct 21 - Tue. Oct 22

This town offers a multitude of adrenalin-raising activities, as well as a lovely lake and incredible views over the volcanoes.

Taupo is a tourist center, particularly in the summer, as it offers panoramic views over the lake and to the volcanic mountains of Tongariro National Park to the south. It offers a number of tourist activities including sky diving, jet boating and paragliding. Taupo services a number of surrounding plantation pine forests including Kaingaroa Forest, the largest man-made forest in the world, and related industry. A large sawmill is sited approximated 3 km to the north east of the town on Centennial Drive. The Wairakei geothermal power station is a few kilometres north of the town.
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Things to do in and around Whakatane

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  • ohope beach morning
  • Whakatane Nights
  • Muriwai’s Cave
  • Dx Okere Falls
  • Agrodome
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Whakatane

New Zealand, Bay of Plenty region

ActiveBeachesNature1 nightTue. Oct 22 - Wed. Oct 23

Officially New Zealand's sunniest city, Whakatane features a harbor, gorgeous beaches, and access to the volcanic Whakaari (White Island).

Whakatane is a town in the eastern Bay of Plenty Region in the North Island of New Zealand, at the mouth of the Whakatane River. Tourism is a growing industry for Whakatane. White Island is a key attraction. Popular tourist activities include the beaches, swimming with dolphins, whale watching, chartered fishing cruises, surf tours, amateur astronomy, hunting, experiences of Maori culture and bush walking. Whakatane is also used as a base for many tourists who wish to explore other activities in the surrounding region.
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Things to do in and around Whangamata

  • Mama mia maram ...at mid day
  • Whangamata
  • Bade- und Grabespass am Hot Water Beach
  • Waiheke Island
  • Cathedral Cove
  • Coromandel Town
   
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Whangamata

New Zealand, Waikato region

BeachesActiveNature1 nightWed. Oct 23 - Thu. Oct 24

With both beaches and rainforest. Whangamata is a great destination for travelers who enjoy the outdoors and water-sports.

The town of Whangamata is sited on the southeast coast of the Coromandel Peninsula in the North Island of New Zealand. A number of off-shore islands can be seen from the beach. Hauturu or Clark Island is accessible by wading at low tide and is popular in summer months for rock-pool fossickers and kayakers. Whenuakura, sometimes known as Donut Island, sits about a kilometer east of the southern part of Whangamata beach (Otahu Beach). The town has two ocean beaches, both of which are extremely safe for swimming and surfing. There is a safe boating harbor at the North end of the town and another estuary at the South end.
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Things to do in and around Waitangi

  • Russell on the Bay of Islands. Reflections in the ocean.
  • Happy Waitangi Day!
  • Maori whare @ Waitangi
  • Waitangi
  • Paihia
  • Altaic Warrior
  • Whangarei Falls
  • Haruru falls
   
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Waitangi

New Zealand, Bay of Islands region

HistoricBeachesSmall townsNature1 nightThu. Oct 24 - Fri. Oct 25

Located in the gorgeous Bay of Islands, this lovely town also holds historic significance as the site of the founding of New Zealand.

Waitangi is a locality in the Bay of Islands on the North Island of New Zealand. It is close to the town of Paihia (of which it is considered a part), 60 kilometres north of Whangarei. The name means weeping waters in Maori. Waitangi is best known for being the location where the Treaty of Waitangi was first signed on February 6, 1840. It is also the place where the Declaration of Independence of New Zealand was signed five years prior, on October 28, 1835. This document was ratified by the British Crown the following year (1836).
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Things to do in and around Te Anau

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  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Takahe
  • Queenstown
  • Milford Sound, toward Mitre Peak on a fine day
  • Milford Sound
  • Devil's Staircase to Lake Wakitipu - Queenstown, New Zealand.jpg
  • Routeburn Track
  • Glow-worm cave
   
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Te Anau

New Zealand, Southland region

NatureActiveSmall towns2 nightsFri. Oct 25 - Sun. Oct 27

The best starting point for your exploration of the Fiordland National Park, this town is surrounded by marvelous natural features.

Te Anau is a town in the South Island of New Zealand. It is on the eastern shore of Lake Te Anau in Fiordland. Lake Te Anau is the largest lake in the South Island and second only within New Zealand to Lake Taupo. Tourism and farming are the predominant economic activities in the area. Lying as it does at the borders of Fiordland National Park, it is the gateway to a wilderness area famed for tramping and spectacular scenery. Many tourists come to Te Anau to visit the famous nearby fiords Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Visitors to the area also partake in activities such as kayaking, cycling, jet boat riding, fishing and hunting, farm tours and seaplane/helicopter sightseeing.
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Things to do in and around Queenstown

  • Queenstown
  • Downtown Arrowtown
  • Queenstown 2013
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  • Milford Sound, toward Mitre Peak on a fine day
  • Wanaka Lake
  • Pool Surface
  • The Queenstown Market
  • Central Otago - Rail Trail 2
  • Devil's Staircase to Lake Wakitipu - Queenstown, New Zealand.jpg
  • crystal
  • Routeburn Track
   
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Queenstown

New Zealand, Otago region

NatureActiveSmall townsCultureFood2 nightsSun. Oct 27 - Tue. Oct 29

A resort town offering a plethora of thrilling activities among gorgeous landscape, as well as a fine galleries, eateries, and more.

A resort town, Queenstown boasted 220 adventure tourism activities in 2012. Skiing and snowboarding, jet boating, whitewater rafting, bungy jumping, mountain biking, skateboarding, tramping, paragliding, sky diving and fly fishing are all popular. Queenstown is a major center for snow sports in New Zealand, with people from all over the country and many parts of the world travelling to ski at the four main mountain ski fields (Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone). Cross country skiing is also available at the Waiorau Snowfarm, near Cardrona village.
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Things to do in and around Oamaru

  • Oamaru, New Zealand
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  • Municipal Chambers
  • Oamaru Blue Penguin Colony
  • Victorian precinct Oamaru
  • Moeraki Boulders at Sunrise
  • Otago Peninsula Weekend
  • oamaru public gardens
  • Steampunk HQ: Oamaru, NZ
  • North Otago Museum, Oamaru
  • The Opera House
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  • Aramoana
   
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Oamaru

New Zealand, Otago region

Small townsHistoric1 nightTue. Oct 29 - Wed. Oct 30

Retaining a certain Victorian charm, this town is home to interesting historic buildings, a few galleries, and nearby wildlife.

Oamaru is a large town in the South Island of New Zealand. The Victorian precinct in southern part of Oamaru's main commercial district ranks as one of New Zealand's most impressive streetscapes due to the many prominent 19C buildings constructed from this material. The Victorian theme has been embraced by local shops and galleries in this part of Oamaru in terms of shopfittings and decor. Further enhancing the "olden days" feel of the precinct are several arts & crafts shops, a transportation museum, an antique furniture shop, and traditional businesses such as book shops, antique clothing shops, and a book binder/
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Things to do in and around Kaikoura

  • Kaikoura
  • Kaikoura
  • Maori Leap Cave
  • Fyffe House (original whaler's cottage), Kaikoura, NZ
  • Kaikoura Peninsula
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  • Photo competition
  • Nelson Lakes National Park
   
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Kaikoura

New Zealand, Canterbury region

NatureActiveSmall towns1 nightWed. Oct 30 - Thu. Oct 31

Perched on a scenic peninsula jutting into the ocean, this town offers a brush with New Zealand's diverse wildlife and marine life.

Kaikoura is a town on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 1, 180 km north of Christchurch. Kaikoura became the first local authority in the Southern Hemisphere to achieve recognition by the EarthCheck Community Standard. At the time of the 2013 census, the permanent resident population was 1,971, a 9.3% decrease since the 2006 census. The town is the governmental seat of the territorial authority of the Kaikoura District, which is politically a part of the Canterbury Region. The District has a land area of 2,046.41 km sq (790.12 sq mi) and a 2013 census population of 3,552 inhabitants.
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Things to do in and around Picton

  • Approaching Picton
  • Stitchbird
  • picton
  • Carmarthenshire Museum
  • Edwin Fox
  • Monastery on the hill
  • Approaching Matiu/Somes Island
   
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Picton

New Zealand, Marlborough region

BeachesNatureSmall townsNight lifeFood0 nightsThu. Oct 31

A major transportation hub, Picton offers ferry access to New Zealand's North Island.

Picton is a town in the Marlborough Region of New Zealand's South Island. Picton is a major hub in New Zealand's transport network, connecting the South Island road and rail network with ferries across Cook Strait to Wellington and the North Island. The town is the second-largest town in the Marlborough Region behind Blenheim. The town is named after Sir Thomas Picton, the Welsh military associate of the Duke of Wellington, who was killed at the Battle of Waterloo.
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Things to do in and around Nelson

  • Nelson
  • Nelson
  • Classic Cars Museum P1220522
  • Founders Park, Nelson, NZ
  • Nelson
  • Approaching Picton
  • Abel Tasman National Park
  • Nelson Street 1 2014
  • Red-Eared Terrapin
  • Just Nelson
  • Nelson Saturday market.
  • Te Waikoropupu Spring virtual tour
  • Riwaka Resurgence, North Branch Riwaka River
   
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Nelson

New Zealand, Nelson region

BeachesActiveNatureCultureFood1 nightThu. Oct 31 - Fri. Nov 01

With a vibrant cultural scene, fine restaurants and local wine, as well as lush surrounding nature, this port city is a true gem.

Nelson is a city on the eastern shores of Tasman Bay, and is the economic and cultural centre of the Nelson region. Established in 1841, it is the second-oldest settled city in New Zealand and the oldest in the South Island, and was proclaimed a city by royal charter in 1858. Nelson is well known for its thriving local arts and crafts scene, Each year, the city hosts events popular with locals and tourists alike, such as the Nelson Arts Festival.[2] The annual Wearable Art Awards began near Nelson and a local museum, World of Wearable Art now showcases winning designs alongside a collection of classic cars.
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Things to do in and around Wellington

  • Monastery on the hill
  • Gainfully “employed”: cycling to the beach counts, right?
  • Antique shops and others shops in main street of the heritage town of Carcoar New South Wales.
  • Wellington Botanic Gardens in spring.
  • P1010949
  • Approaching Picton
  • Got any food? - EXPLORED
  • Te Papa Tongarewa (Museum of New Zealand) in Wellington
  • Cuba St Mall
  • Meercats @ Wellington Zoo
  • carter observatory
  • Approaching Matiu/Somes Island
  • Putangirua Pinnacles
   
12

Wellington

New Zealand, Wellington region

CultureFoodBeachesNight life1 nightFri. Nov 01 - Sat. Nov 02

New Zealand's capital is a city with upbeat energies, boasting a thriving nightlife, rich museums, historic buildings, and more.

Wellington is the capital city and second most populous urban area of New Zealand. It is located at the south-western tip of the North Island, and is the world's southernmost capital city of a sovereign state. Wellington is marketed as the 'coolest little capital in the world' and its popular tourist attractions include Museum of Wellington Museum, Wellington Zoo, Zealandia and Wellington Cable Car. Cruise tourism is experiencing a major boom in line with nationwide development. Cafe culture is prominent and restaurants offer cuisines including from Europe, Asia and Polynesia.
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