An action packed 13 day self drive tour of New Zealand guaranteed to keep the entire family happy. From swimming with dolphins to chocolate factories, from the world’s most thrilling jet boat ride to helicopter flights this family adventure has it all. Accommodations are some great apartment style properties ideal for family stays.

Please note: not all activities are suitable for all ages. Just enquire and we can make the ideal tour to suit you and your family.

The approximate total driving distance and time for this itinerary is: 1965 kms / 1218 miles, 24.6 hours

You can expect to spend around NZ$349 in fuel cost on this itinerary based on an intermediate sized car.

Image: Mackenzie Basin, Canterbury © Miles Holden.

Your tour documentation pack and support

On arrival into New Zealand your tour pack is hand delivered to you by our representatives. The pack contains all the documentation you will need for your tour including a printed and bound detailed version of your itinerary with driving instructions and maps for each leg and all the reservation details for your accommodation and activities. You’ll also receive a wonderful New Zealand picture atlas and lots of relevant brochures and information on the destinations you’ll be visiting. While travelling throughout New Zealand we offer 24 hour support and help should you need it.

Complimentary New Zealand cell phone for your holiday

You will receive a New Zealand cell phone for the duration of your tour with $50 credit pre-loaded for your use. The number is allocated to you around 14 days before your arrival so you can leave this with friends and family if you wish. Receiving calls (including international) does not cost anything on this phone so there are no expensive roaming charges. It’s a great option to help you make dinner reservations, book an activity, call ahead to your accommodation or for calling us if you need any help.

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Day 1: Welcome to Christchurch City

Arrive Christchurch City, transfer to accommodation, rest of day at leisure
Private transfer Christchurch airport to your accommodation
You will be met on arrival from your flight and a private driver will deliver you to your Christchurch accommodation.

Christchurch is New Zealand’s evolving city, reinventing itself into an exciting and funky destination surrounded by green spaces. Get acquainted with the city by taking the double decker hop on, hop off scenic bus, or for a nod to historic Christchurch take the Tram across town to the Botanic Gardens. The range of fantastic dining options is growing steadily, so be sure to talk to the locals for their recommendations.

Accommodation

Terra Vive Luxury Suites and Apartments

Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 2: Christchurch to Akaroa

Collect your rental car and then over to Akaroa to swim with the world’s smallest dolphins – the Hector Dolphin.
Driving distance and time: 71 kms / 44 miles : 1.0 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.
Today collect your rental vehicle for your New Zealand holiday.
Today you’ll collect your rental vehicle for your New Zealand holiday. You can choose from an extensive range of late model cars and 4WD vehicles, from Europcar, Budget or Hertz.
GPS navigation system
Use the latest GPS technology as you tour New Zealand. Your portable GPS features a simple touch screen interface, with automatic route calculation and turn-by-turn voice-prompted directions, which announces street names. The automotive-grade GPS unit is easy to use and has multiple language options.

The Banks Peninsula offers a great contrast to the South Island’s largest city. Just around a 1 1/2 hours drive from the city centre are rolling green hills, streams, golden sand beaches and small settlements that offer a unique insight into New Zealand’s history and development. Just on the other side of the Port Hills is Lyttelton, a busy port town that was crucial to the development of Christchurch and the Canterbury Plains. Following the road around the beautiful natural harbour the names, such as Magazine Bay, Battery Point, Corsair Point and Governers Bay, remind of the importance the navy placed on this harbour. The Banks Peninsula itself is actually the remains of a long extinct volcano, the rim of which collapsed some time ago allowing the sea to flood into and create what is now the Akaroa Harbour. In 1840 French colonists settled in Akaroa in a bid to stake a claim for the South Island. Unbeknown the British had already declared sovereignty and a long drawn out dispute ensued with the British eventually being given government. However the French stayed and made this stunning part of the South Pacific their home and still to this day the town boasts French street names and every year a French Festival is held. The Harbour itself is teeming with wildlife and a nature cruise is a must do activity. One of the world’s smallest and rarest dolphins, hectors dolphin, are often seen and cruises also offer excursions with the chance to swim amongst them.

Akaroa swimming with the dolphins cruise

Akaroa Harbour formed as a result of an extinct volcanic crater being flooded by the Pacific Ocean. It’s a beautiful place with sheer cliffs and the picturesque township of Akaroa at its heart. New Zealand’s only native dolphin, Hectors dolphin, makes this sheltered harbour its home and its here you can take a 2 ½ tour to see and if you wish actually swim with these incredible creatures. Following a ½ hour briefing you depart on a 2 hour cruise of which around 1 hour is spent in the water with the dolphins. Black Cat Cruises has been operating since 1985 and their success rate at sighting dolphins is over 98%. Swimming with dolphins is not always possible either due to sea conditions, the dolphins’ willingness to stay and play and other environmental reasons such as not swimming when there are babies around. You still manage to swim though on over 80% of their tours.

Accommodation

Akaroa Village Inn, Bruce Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 3: Akaroa to Mt. Cook National Park

Cross the Canterbury Plains to Mt Cook National Park where you explore the glacier lake this afternoon
Driving distance and time: 383 kms / 238 miles : 4.7 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

Today you head into the heart of the South Island. Crossing the vast Canterbury Plains along the inland scenic route the first township of Geraldine offers an ideal refreshment stop before you head into Mackenzie country.

Passing through places such as Beautiful Valley it’s not hard to understand where the names originate. Ascending Burkes Pass and onto the high country plateau and the picturesque town of Lake Tekapo, the first of the large Southern Lakes. It’s a great place to take a scenic flight, enjoy a guided horse trek, a boat trip on the pristine lake or just enjoy the magnificent views.
Lake Pukaki is just another 30 minutes from Lake Tekapo and its from here you can be rewarded with spectacular views the full length of the lake and into Mt. Cook National Park. In Mt. Cook Village a myriad of activities are available from glacier landings by ski plane or helicopter, kayaking on a glacial lake and a host of walks to suit all abilities and time frames. At The Hermitage Hotel the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre is a must see.

Glacier Explorers Mt. Cook

Experience an up close encounter with icebergs on a glacial terminal lake, with Glacier Explorers’ Tasman Glacier Tour. This small group tour is unique in New Zealand and one of only three in the world!

Glaciers that terminate into lakes are very rare and it is even rarer for travellers to be able to see one up close. This tour offers safe boat access to unseen and inaccessible areas of New Zealand’s largest glacier and gets you close to towering ice cliffs and massive icebergs. Being able to view, touch and taste 500 year old ice is a new experience for most people!
Departing from outside The Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook Village, your tour begins with a pleasant mini-bus trip to the Tasman Valley, followed by an easy 30 minute stroll through the National Park. Then your small group will board your MAC boat to enjoy the ever changing ice face of the Tasman Glacier icebergs on the Tasman Glacier Terminal Lake. Your experienced guide will offer an informative commentary throughout your 2.5 hour tour (45 min to 1 hour on the lake) so you don’t miss any of the amazing sights to see.

Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre Explorer Pass

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A tribute to Sir Edmund Hillary, humanitarian, ambassador and one of the world’s greatest explorers, the centre showcases the Aoraki Mount Cook region, its people and its place in the universe. The Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre’s 126-seat custom-designed theatre is the world’s only theatre with 2D, 3D and world-class definiti Digital Dome Planetarium, contained within the same space. In the foyer of the theatre you’ll find our museum showcasing the history of the Mount Cook region through transport, climbing, The Hermitage Hotel and pioneer extraordinaire, Sir Edmund Hillary himself.

Accommodation

Mt Cook Lodge & Motels

Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 4: Mt. Cook National Park to Dunedin

Head south to Dunedin following the Waitaki Valley. This afternoon a treat for all ages – the Cadbury factory!
Driving distance and time: 318 kms / 197 miles : 3.7 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

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As you leave Mt Cook National Park, you’ll travel past Twizel, the location of many Lord of the Rings movie scenes. Heading down the Waitaki valley, from Omarama, you follow the hydro power generating system towards the east coast. The town of Oamaru is most famous for its white stone buildings, constructed with the local ‘Oamaru Stone’. From the harbour, you can see blue penguins come ashore at dusk as they return from their day at sea. Further south the Moeraki Boulders are a unique geological feature and worth the short detour to the beach to view. Arriving into Dunedin, you can appreciate the city’s Edwardian and Scottish heritage through its fine buildings particularly around the Octagon.

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A sensation in sight and smell, discover the mystique of chocolate making, sample and purchase Cadbury products and much more. Cadbury World is located in the centre of Dunedin city at the Cadbury Factory site. The Visitors Centre is a colourful and educational environment with chocolate themed displays where you can learn about the chocolate making process, the history behind this delectable treat before sampling some of Cadbury’s finest goods including liquid chocolate tasting. This tour doesn’t enter the manufacturing areas of the factory.

Accommodation

Roslyn Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 5: A full day today exploring the Dunedin Peninsular and its wildlife

Otago Peninsula Wildlife full day tour including Larnach Castle
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Enjoy a scenic Otago Peninsula tour by bus seeing various species of wading birds in their natural habitats. Experience a guided tour at the Royal Albatross This premier package includes the full Otago Harbour and Taiaroa Head wildlife cruise, scenic Otago Peninsula bus tour, and guided tours of the Royal Albatross Colony, the Yellow Eyed Penguin Reserve and a visit to wading bird habitats. Also includes either a tour of Larnach Castle, one of Dunedin’s great landmarks or a visit to the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre with its absorbing display of local sealife.

Accommodation
Roslyn Apartments
Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 6: Cross Southlands lush farmland to Te Anau

Gateway to Fiordland National Park. Visit the glow worm caves this evening
Driving distance and time: 287 kms / 178 miles : 3.3 hours

Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

Dunedin to Te Anau

The drive to Te Anau takes you through classic Southland farmland scenery but if you want to spend the whole day exploring a little off the beaten path than taking the Southern Scenic Route. This will bring you through The Catlins area, following the incredible Otago coastline to Invercargill. After passing through the fishing towns of Riverton and Colac Bay, you’ll head north to Manapouri. From here, you can embark on a day or overnight cruise to Doubtful Sound. A short drive further, brings you to your lake side destination of Te Anau, the gateway to Fiordland National Park and the world famous Milford Sound.

Te Anau Glow Worm Caves

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Your Te Anau Glowworm Cave adventure begins with a scenic cruise across Lake Te Anau on board the new luxury catamaran, Luminosa, to the western side of the lake. Upon arrival there is time to view informative displays at Cavern House before the friendly guides invite you to accompany them underground in small groups. As you explore by path and small boat, your senses will be overwhelmed. Observe how the rushing water sculpts the rock formations, before gliding through silent darkness to the glowworm grotto. The delicate incandescence of thousands of tiny glowworms is a magical sight.

Accommodation

Radfords on the Lake
Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 7: Te Anau to Milford Sound and return to Te Anau

A full day today to venture into Milford Sound and enjoy a 2 1/2 hour nature cruise
Driving distance and time: 233 kms / 145 miles : 3.6 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

The road to Milford Sound has countless photo opportunities and short walks. The Mirror Lakes create perfectly clear reflections of the surrounding mountains and glacier formed meadows. Further along the road The Chasm Walk includes two walking bridges over the dramatic Cleddau River, while the surrounding ancient native beech forest creates a fascinating landscape. You’ll pass through the Homer Tunnel, an incredible feat of engineering at 1219 metres long. Milford Sound is the only sound accessible by road, making it very popular to visit. Coming into the village you’ll be greeted with an amazing view of Mitre Peak which rises spectacularly from the waters up to the sky. Real Journey cruises can take you out into the sound where you’ll receive a wealth of information on how this magnificent area has been formed and experience first-hand the multitude of waterfalls that line the fiord.

Milford Sound Nature Cruise

An extended and leisurely 2½ hour cruise of Milford Sound on board the Milford Mariner, MV Sinbad or Milford Wanderer. These modern vessels, purpose built for operating in a fiord environment, have been designed along the lines of a traditional trading scow, and have real character. These relaxing cruises have special appeal for the independent traveler and an on board nature guide provides detailed interpretation and commentary.. There is plenty of time available to explore points of interest and to view the stunning scenery, including waterfalls, rainforest and the towering peaks. Keep a lookout for dolphins, seals and penguins. Includes picnic boxed lunch.

Accommodation

Radfords on the Lake
Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 8: Te Anau to Queenstown

Today you head north to Queenstown along the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Finish the day today with the thrilling Shotover Jet Boat ride
Driving distance and time: 164 kms / 102 miles : 1.9 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

Crossing the rolling tussock lands you pass through Mossburn, the deer capital of New Zealand. Continue north through Southland countryside towards Lake Wakatipu. The road now hugs the lake edge and the Remarkable mountain range towers over you as you approach Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand.

Shotover Jet – Canyon Jet Boat Ride

Shotover Jet is the only company permitted to operate in the spectacular Shotover River Canyons. It’s a thrilling ride – skimming past rocky outcrops at close range in your Shotover Jet ‘Big Red’, as you twist and turn through the narrow canyons at breath taking speeds. And a major highlight – hold tight for the world famous Shotover Jet full 360º spins!

Accommodation

Blue Peaks Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 9: Queenstown

A full day today to explore or relax at leisure. Queenstown has so many great family activities to choose from.

Enjoy your free day exploring Queenstown and the surrounding countryside

Queenstown is consistently voted one of the top places in the world to visit by travellers and there are a multitude of reasons why. With its backdrop of spectacular mountains, including the aptly named Remarkables and overlooking the glistening waters of Lake Wakatipu you could happily spend your time here just soaking up the views. But there’s more to Queenstown than stunning scenery, it’s also home to a massive range of exciting activities and attractions. One of the most popular is cruising across Lake Wakatipu on the TSS Earnslaw before landing at Walter Peak for a kiwi-style BBQ dinner. As well as the adrenalin-rush adventures like rafting on the Kawarau River and jet boating on the Shotover River there are also a variety of relaxing activities, such as wine tours and hot air ballooning for amazing views. Gibbston Valley is home to boutique wineries which can be explored either on a cycle tour or guided tour or spend a day in charming Arrowtown, rich in history and home to some great dining options for lunch. Venture further afield and you’ve got large tracts of untouched wilderness in the form of Fiordland and Mt Aspriring National Parks within easy reach and perfect for day trips. An amazing trip that takes you into the heart of Mt Aspiring National Park is the Dart River Wilderness Safari, combining jet boating on the turquoise waters of the Dart River and a walk through majestic beech forests, or for a taste of one of our great walks, the Routeburn Track day encounter from Queenstown is a must.

Accommodation
Blue Peaks Apartments
Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 10: Queenstown to Wanaka

A short drive to Wanaka and then take a 4WD backcountry adventure
Driving distance and time: 60 kms / 38 miles : 0.9 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day

Leaving Queenstown you head over New Zealand’s highest sealed road, Crown Range Road before dropping into Wanaka.

Wild Hills 4WD Safari with Ridgeline Adventures

Experience the rugged beauty and solitude of the spectacular high country, bordering a World Heritage Area with this exclusive 4WD journey exploring the private farm tracks on an historic Wanaka sheep, cattle and deer station. From the site of Nehenehe, an ancient Maori settlement abandoned in the 1830’s, to the ruins of one of Wanaka’s first European settler’s farmhouses (1880’s). This journey offers an unique insight into Wanaka’s rich history, heritage and modern-day farming life. This trip is a photographers dream.

Accommodation

Lakeside Apartments Wanaka

Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 11: Wanaka to Franz Josef Glacier

Head to the Wild West Coast and Glacier Country then see the glaciers from the air on a thrilling helicopter ride
Driving distance and time: 282 kms / 175 miles : 3.4 hours
Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

The route follows the shores of Lakes Wanaka and Hawea before you enter the village of Makarora, the gateway to Mt. Aspiring National Park. The Blue Pools, just outside Makarora, are a wonderful 30 minute walk through pristine native beech forest. Descending into Mt. Aspiring National Park and towards the Haast Pass, crashing rivers and waterfalls are around every corner. Crossing the Haast River you are now truly on the wild West Coast, a 600 kilometre stretch of bush, rainforest and podocarp forest. First Fox Glacier welcomes you to the glacier region and Franz Josef township is just a further 45 minutes. A great way to experience the glaciers is with a scenic flight or glacier hike.

Twin Glaciers Scenic Helicopter Flight

Fly over two of New Zealand’s most famous glaciers and land at the head of either the Franz Josef Glacier or Fox Glacier. View the incredible natural phenomenon of the glacier as it winds slowly down the carved valleys from its origin in the mountains high above you. Duration – 30 Minutes.

Accommodation

Glenfern Villas

Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 12: Franz Josef to Greymouth Train Station

A short drive to Greymouth then take the Tranz Alpine train across the Southern Alps to Christchurch
Driving distance and time: 170 kms / 106 miles : 2.1 hours

Times are based on averages for this specific route and allow for stops. Use these times as guidelines and to assist in the planning for your day.

The drive north from Franz Josef takes you through the historic gold mining region of Ross and the town of Hokitika, renowned for its pounamu (greenstone) its also a great place to explore the craft stores. You’ll then arrive at the West Coast’s largest town, Greymouth, which is also the starting point for the Tranz Alpine Scenic Train. Drop your rental car at the Greymouth Train Station depot located inside the train station building.

Tranz Alpine Scenic train Greymouth to Christchurch

Now it’s time to experience one of the world’s great train journeys. Climb aboard the TranzAlpine train to enjoy a scenic journey like no other. This unforgettable train ride takes you from Greymouth to Christchurch and allows you to take in an amazing diversity of sights.

Leaving Greymouth, you’ll travel from the Tasman Sea through Arthur’s Pass National Park and across the Southern Alps to Christchurch and the Pacific Ocean. Relax in the comfort of your carriage as you climb from the lush rain forest of the West Coast to the spectacular mountains of the Southern Alps. Then you’ll travel through towering gorges and the river valley of the Waimakariri River and descend to cross the farmland of the Canterbury Plains, before arriving in the city of Christchurch.

Private transfer Christchurch train station to your accommodation
Your private transfer driver will meet you on arrival into Christchurch train station and take you to your Christchurch accommodation. (Look for a driver holding a board displaying your name after disembarking from the train.)

Accommodation

Terra Vive Luxury Suites and Apartments
Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 13: Depart Christchurch today

Private transfer to Christchurch airport
You will be collected from your accommodation and a private transfer will deliver you to Christchurch airport in time for your departing flight.

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Day 1: Welcome to Christchurch City

Accommodation

Terra Vive Luxury Suites and Apartments

Room type: Motels – premium

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 5-10 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room paid access
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: In room
All rooms non smoking

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Day 2: Christchurch to Akaroa

Accommodation

Akaroa Village Inn, Bruce Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 1-2 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: On site paid access
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: On site
Swimming pool
All rooms non smoking

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Day 3: Akaroa to Mt. Cook National Park

Accommodation

Mt Cook Lodge & Motels

Room type: Motels – premium

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 2-5 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: On site paid access
Restaurant on site
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: On site
All rooms non smoking

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Day 4: Mt. Cook National Park to Dunedin

Accommodation

Roslyn Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 10-15 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room free access
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: In room
Gym/fitness centre
All rooms non smoking

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Day 5: A full day today exploring the Dunedin Peninsular and its wildlife

Accommodation
Roslyn Apartments
Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 6: Cross Southlands lush farmland to Te Anau

Accommodation

Radfords on the Lake

Room type: Motels – premium

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 2-5 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room free access
Breakfast service available
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Laundry facilities: On site
All rooms non smoking

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Day 7: Te Anau to Milford Sound and return to Te Anau

Accommodation

Radfords on the Lake

Room type: Motels – premium

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Day 8: Te Anau to Queenstown

Accommodation

Blue Peaks Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 2-5 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room paid access
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: In room
All rooms non smoking

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Day 9: Queenstown

Accommodation

Blue Peaks Apartments

Room type: Luxury apartments

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Day 10: Queenstown to Wanaka

Accommodation

Lakeside Apartments Wanaka

Room type: Luxury apartments

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walk time to shops/restaurants: 1-2 mins
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room paid access
Tea/coffee facilities in room
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Hairdryer
Laundry facilities: In room
Swimming pool
All rooms non smoking

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Day 11: Wanaka to Franz Josef Glacier

Accommodation

Glenfern Villas

Room type: Motels – premium

Accommodation features

Check in time: 2 pm
Check out time: 10 am
Walking distance to local shops/restaurants: 30 mins +
Parking: onsite free parking
Internet facilities: In room free access
Breakfast service available
Kitchen/kitchenette in room
Laundry facilities: On site
Childrens playground
All rooms non smoking

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Day 12: Franz Josef to Greymouth Train Station

Terra Vive Luxury Suites and Apartments

Room type: Motels – premium

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