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30 December, 2020
3 Departures Available!
- 3 Dec 2020 - SOLD OUT
- 19 Mar 2021 - FILLING UP
- 26 Mar 2021 - GET ON BOARD
Day 1: Auckland - Nelson - Karamea
Day 2: Kahurangi National Park
Day 3: Karamea - Reefton - Punakaiki
Day 4: Punakaiki - Nile River - Tauranga Bay - Punakaiki
Day 5: Punakaiki - Lake Kaniere - Hokitika
Day 6: Hokitika - Okarito - Franz Josef Glacier - Hokitika
Day 7: Hokitika - Greymouth - TranzAlpine train - Christchurch - Auckland
Maximum group size of 18.
|4 night tour from||Twin||Single|
|All tour dates through to 2021||3490||3990|
• All transport by comfortable, air conditioned coach (maximum of 18 travellers).
• Services of your knowledgeable MoaTours Kiwi guide.
• Quality accommodation chosen for a “sense of place".
• Return airfares ex Auckland.
• All breakfasts(B)
•All lunches (L) including special lunches at the Bay House, Tauranga Bay; Theatre Royal Hotel, Kumara. • All dinners (D)
All Activities & Entrance Fees Are Included • Stay on the seafront at Punakaiki & Hokitika Hotels • Visit Denniston where coal was first mined in 1879. • With a local guide visit the Oparara Basin in Kahurangi National Park. Ride the Nile River Canyon train at Charleston. • View the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks. • Cruise on the Okarito Lagoon in search of bird life. • Visit Franz Josef Glacier village. • Take the renowned TranzAlpine train from Greymouth to Christchurch.
Included Sightseeing & Exploring • At Kawatiri Junction take a stroll through a historic railway tunnel. • Walk in a nikau forest at the start of the Heaphy Track. • See the Oparara limestone arches. • Visit Reefton, the first town lit by electric street lights. • Blackball at the foot of the Paparoa Range is the home of Unionism. • Visit the Brunner Mine memorial. • Take a short walk to the seal colony at Tauranga Bay. • Follow pounamu and gold trails of the Arahura River to Blue Spur and Lake Kaniere. • In Hokitika browse artisan galleries selling pounamu, gold, glass, paua, copper, stone, ruby rock and even socks. • We visit Ross, renowned for a 3.09kg gold nugget found there in 1909.