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DEAL The package tour pays for your car rental
DEAL The package tour pays for your car rental

Be your own navigator and discover the scenic beauty of New Zealand

Adventure, sight seeing and shopping... all rolled into one holiday. That's what the Self-Drive Holiday to New Zealand offers. The holiday package by Tourism New Zealand and Thomas Cook is for 14 nights and 15 days and costs Rs. 1,12,071 per person (inclusive of airfare, accommodation, breakfast, visa fee, hotel taxes, car rental fares, sightseeing and Kiwiway discount book).Places you can drive to are diverse, starting from Auckland with its blend of harbour, islands, Polynesian culture and modern city environment to the thermal city of Rotorua, where one can indulge in an array of natural massages and beauty treatments amidst geysers and boiling mud pools. Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake, promises the Huka Jet at the Huka Falls, Taupo bungee and more. Drop in at the adventure capital Queenstown. Treasured for its magnificent scenery, adventure opportunities and luxury lifestyles, you can indulge in bungee jumping, jet boating, white water rafting, cruising on the crystal clear Lake Wakatipu and more.For Nature lovers, Wellington, positioned between a picturesque harbour and forested green hills, is just right. Then, there's Milford Sound, arguably the most scenic destination in New Zealand and described by Rudyard Kipling as the Eighth Wonder of the World. Feel the mist of the waterfalls, look for seals on the rocks and marvel at the step sides of the fiord.Travel north to the Garden City of Christchurch. Must see places include the Anglican Cathedral, the Arts Centre, the Avon River and the Cathedral Junction.The package is available on Singapore Airlines, with connections from India to Auckland and Christchurch via Singapore. Call 1-800-222665 for more information.




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