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New Zealands Finest 20days-11 Rounds of Golf 4760.00 EUR
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Auckland’s blend of harbour, islands, Polynesian culture and modern city environment has created a lifestyle ranked amongst the best in the world. The natural assets of Auckland have made it a dream destination for all kinds of travellers, from doing-it-on-the-cheap backpackers to cost-is-no-issue super yacht owners. Welcome to Auckland, our largest and most diverse city. Being at the narrowest point of the North Island it literally stretches itself from one side of the country to the other – from the Pacific Ocean to the Tasman Sea. This means, wherever you are in Auckland, you’re never far from the water. From big wild rolling surf beaches to a beautiful gulf scattered with tranquil holiday islands, the sea and all its attractions are why this is known as the City of Sails. From some of New Zealand’s best shopping and dining experiences to a cruise on the beautiful gulf harbour – a few days in Auckland is the perfect beginning or end to your vacation in New Zealand.
Activity recommendations:
• Waiheke Island wine and food experience.
• Harbour Bridge climb & bungee jump.
• Shopping in Parnell and Ponsonby.
• Americas yacht sailing experience.
• Fishing for Snapper on the harbour.
• Enjoying the panoramic views from Mount Eden or exploring the black sandy beaches on the West Coast.
Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands is one of New Zealand’s great holiday destinations - enjoyed by 'Kiwis' and international visitors alike. This is authentic New Zealand - both stunningly beautiful and historically significant. With a sub-tropical climate, you can enjoy beach and water activities, go exploring one of the many nature walks, swim with dolphins, charter a boat to go fishing or to explore the 144 different islands in our bay. The Bay of Islands was where the first European settlers arrived, and where they forged the first relationships with local Maori - not always a friendly experience! The famous Treaty of Waitangi became the founding document for our new nation, and is celebrated every year at the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Each town in the Bay of Islands has its own unique culture and lifestyle - from the more up-market lifestyle focus of Kerikeri, to bustling Paihia with its focus on providing a great visitor experience, to the calming historic atmosphere of Waitangi and the Haruru Falls, and the beautiful and sometimes quirky sea-side town of Russell.
Activity recommendations:
• Explore the Islands by charter boat.
• A day trip to Ninety Mile Beach and Cape Reinga.
• Visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds.
• A day trip to Hokianga and the Waipoua Kauri Forest.
• Visit the beautiful town of Russell.
• Diving, snorkelling and swimming with dolphins.
Rotorua & Lake Taupo
Rotorua is one place where the turbulent forces that formed New Zealand are most evident. This city, on the Volcanic Plateau, has one of the world’s most lively fields of geothermal activity. Skyrocketing geysers, hot springs and boiling mud pools all tell you that this place sits squarely on the Pacific Rim of Fire. Rotorua is also the ancestral home of the Te Arawa people who settled here more than 600 years ago and their presence offers the visitor numerous cultural experiences.
See the clear blue waters on a summer’s day and Lake Taupo can appear the most beautiful and tranquil place in New Zealand. Appearances deceive. Taupo is more than a lake. It is a volcano with no top – a top that was blown off in one of the largest and most devastating eruptions ever seen on the planet. Visit the Craters of the Moon and you will see evidence of its fiery birth in the geysers, steaming craters and boiling mud pools.
Activity recommendations:
• Visit Huka Falls and the geothermal parks at Wai O Tapu or Te Puia.
• Enjoy a relaxing massage or treatment at the world class Polynesian Spa.
• Visit a Maori village and experience a cultural show.
• Take a twilight cruise on Lake Taupo.
• Experience fly-fishing in the pristine rivers.
• Take a hike in the Tongariro National Park.

Hawke’s Bay

There are two words that sit with Hawke’s Bay and they are Wine Country. Hawke’s Bay is one of New Zealand’s warmest, driest regions and this has made it one of the country’s leading producers of wine; notably red wines – cabernet sauvignon, merlot and latterly syrah – but also with some quite stunning whites. But there is much more than wine to this glorious place. It is New Zealand’s Art Deco centre, rebuilt in the 1930’s after a huge earthquake. It hosts the country’s most elaborate celebrations of Matariki – the Maori New Year. It’s a place where you can shop at the farmers market for locally grown delicacies, indulge in artisan gourmet food, and join the lunchers at Napier’s Great Long Lunch. And it’s a place where you can walk the forest trails of the Ruahine and Kaweka Forest Parks or the glorious beaches that stretch along the coast.

Activity recommendations:
• Take a tour of the world class wineries.
• Enjoy lunch/dinner at the Craggy Range or Elephant Hill wineries.
• Walk amongst the Art Deco buildings in Napier.
• Visit the largest mainland gannet colony in the world at Cape Kidnappers.
• Visit the national aquarium on Napier’s seafront.

Wellington is New Zealand’s capital city and one of the most picturesque. Wellington is known as New Zealand’s arts and cultural capital and if you enjoy the arts this is the place to visit. Visit the galleries, go and see the world-class New Zealand Symphony Orchestra or the Royal New Zealand Ballet. Keep an eye out for the public sculpture - there are many interesting and contemporary pieces around the city – or follow the Writers’ Walk along the waterfront. Here you will find Te Papa Tongarewa. Te Papa, as it’s colloquially known, means ‘our place’ and it presents New Zealand’s story through art and interactive display. Te Papa is a must visit. Wellington has a vibrant café scene and some of the best restaurants in the country. It’s a city that enjoys fine food and great coffee!

Activity recommendations:
• Visit the Te Papa Museum followed by a tour of Parliament.
• Enjoy superb coffee and a relaxed vibe in the inner city cafes.
• Take the Wellington Cable Car to the Botanic Gardens and the Carter Observatory.
• Dine at Logan Brown, one of New Zealand’s finest.


Queenstown is the New Zealand destination for international visitors. Its natural beauty changes with the seasons, the lake gleams in the summer sun, and snow clad mountains tower above the township in winter. Queenstown is a great place to visit all year round. Nestled in beside the mysterious Lake Wakatipu, in the Southern Lakes district of New Zealand, Queenstown is a cosmopolitan haven, offering a limitless adventure, southern wine and cuisine, and breath-taking alpine scenery.

Activity recommendations:
• Take the gondola to Bobs Peak and enjoy panoramic views of the region.
• Tour the Central Otago wineries where Pinot Noir is a speciality.
• Visit Arrowtown, a quaint village with a gold mining history.
• Partake in one of the several adrenalin adventures including bungee jumping, white water rafting, skydiving or jet boating.
• Trust the chef at Amisfield Winery.
• Take a scenic flight to Milford Sound or a nature cruise on Doubtful Sound.
• Visit Walter Peak Farm via the TSS Earnslaw. (see image above)

Stamford Plaza Auckland
Stamford Plaza Auckland has a superb CBD location and is within easy walking distance to the lively Viaduct restaurant precinct on Auckland's Waitemata Harbour, Vector Arena and close to all transport (ferry, train and buses). The recreation centre, located on Level 11, is complete with indoor heated swimming pool, whirlpool spa, sauna and state of the art gymnasium, plus, you will enjoy the stunning views over the cityscape and Waitemata Harbour. There are also four onsite restaurants. The hotel has a Qualmark 5 star rating.

Waterfront Suites, Paihia (Bay of Islands)
The Waterfront Suites Bay of Islands offers luxury apartments which are located only steps away from Paihia's restaurants and wharf, ideally situated to take advantage of all that the glorious Bay of Islands and Northland region has to offer. All these luxury Paihia apartments include full kitchens, laundry facilities, lounge & dining areas, mini bar and high speed internet access. The complex has a Qualmark 5 star rating.

Hilton Hotel, Taupo
The elegant Hilton Lake Taupo hotel is located on the Napier-Taupo Highway, just minutes from the town centre and 15 minutes from Taupo airport and features stunning views over the largest lake in New Zealand and the mountains of the Tongariro National Park. The onsite Bistro Lago restaurant is considered to be one of Taupo’s finest. The hotel boasts a Qualmark 5 star rating as well as an Enviro-Gold rating, New Zealand’s highest award for Environmental and Social Sustainability in Tourism.

Te Pania Hotel, Napier (Hawke’s Bay)
Hawkes Bay is one of the first places in the world to see the light each day, and Scenic Hotel Te Pania in Napier enjoys a premium waterfront location on Marine Parade. The hotel’s slender curved form echoes the shape of the bay, and guests enjoy sweeping views out over the water. A fresh, contemporary style hotel, Scenic Hotel Te Pania is just a short stroll from Napier’s main art deco style street. The hotel has a Qualmark 4 star rating.

Bolton Hotel, Wellington
The Bolton Hotel is the only Qualmark five star rated luxury boutique hotel in Wellington. With 142 contemporary-styled guest rooms and suites, a fully equipped gym, heated swimming pool, spa pool, sauna and in-house restaurant, the award winning Bolton Hotel experience is like no other. The Bolton Hotel has an ideal city centre location, situated at the junction of the capital’s central business district and political heart.
The hotel’s site, on the corner of Bolton and Mowbray Streets, is adjacent to Parliament Buildings and within walking distance to the city’s many theatres, restaurants, cafes, bars, retail hub, waterfront and stadium. The Bolton Hotel provides the perfect base for you to explore the city and discover what’s on in Wellington.

Crowne Plaza, Queenstown
Crowne Plaza Queenstown is a chic, modern, contemporary 4+ star resort hotel with premium accommodation, quality furnishings and world-class facilities. Guests enjoy valet car-parking, a business centre, 24hr room service and purpose built Leisure concierge / Tour desk area. This new style of hotel sets the standard for comfort in accommodation and with its convenient location (2 minute walk from town) it really is the place to stay whilst enjoying a holiday in Queenstown. The hotel has a Qualmark 4.5 star rating.


 New Zealand's Finest 20 days-11 Rounds of Golf 10th January 2018


PACKAGE INCLUSIONS min 16  golfers

  • 11 rounds of golf (Titirangi, Kauri Cliffs, Gulf Harbour, Wairakei International, Kinloch, Cape Kidnappers, Paraparaumu, Millbrook, Kelvin Heights and Jacks Point x 2)
  • Electric carts at each course.
  • 19 night's 4 & 5 star hotel accommodation with breakfast.
  • Welcome dinner in Auckland and farewell dinner in Queenstown (Walter Peak Farm).
  • Dinner in Wellington on the evening of day 12.
  • Transfers and touring in a late model air-conditioned Mercedes minivan with local guide.
  • Domestic flight between Wellington and Queenstown.
  • Golf competitions with prizes and golfing merchandise.
  • 24 hour on-call assistance from your Playing Around New Zealand tour office.
  • New Zealand goods & services tax (GST) at 15%


  • Golf and activity bookings on leisure days.
  • Sightseeing and activity program for non-golfers.
  • Accommodation before and after the tour.


4760 EUR p/p twin share              Non Golfer: 2730 EUR             Single: 1670 EUR supplement


Day 1: Auckland (Thursday January 10th 2014)
Morning / Afternoon: Complimentary transfer from Auckland arrival point to the Stamford Plaza Hotel.
Evening: Welcome dinner at Orbit Restaurant (Auckland Sky Tower)
Accommodation: Stamford Plaza Hotel - Deluxe Room
Day 2: Auckland (Friday January 11th)
Morning: Golf at Titirangi Golf Club
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure with option of two hour complimentary tour of Auckland conducted by your guide.
Accommodation: Stamford Plaza Hotel - Deluxe Room

Day 3: Auckland - Bay of Islands (Saturday January 12th)
Morning: Travel to Paihia.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure.
Accommodation: Waterfront Suites - Poolside Suite

Day 4: Bay of Islands (Sunday January 13th)
Morning: Golf at Kauri Cliffs.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure.
Accommodation: Waterfront Suites - Poolside Suite

Day 5: Bay of Islands (Monday January 14th)
Leisure Day:
Options: Complimentary tour to Cape Reinga conducted by your guide. Transfer to local golf courses including Waitangi, Kerikeri, Kauri Cliffs or Carrington. (golf at own expense)
Booking service for a host of Bay of Islands activities (please see Bay of Islands guide)
Accommodation: Waterfront Suites - Poolside Suite

Day 6
: Bay of Islands - Auckland (Tuesday January 15th)
Morning: Travel to Gulf Harbour (Auckland)
Afternoon: Golf at Gulf Harbour.
Accommodation: Stamford Plaza Hotel - Deluxe Room

Day 7: Auckland - Rotorua - Taupo (Wednesday January 16th)
Morning: Travel to Rotorua.
Afternoon: At leisure in Rotorua (please see Rotorua guide)
Evening: At leisure in Taupo.
Accommodation: Hilton Hotel Taupo - Guest Room

Day 8: Taupo (Thursday January 17th)
Morning: Golf at Wairakei International.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure. Booking service for several Taupo activities (please see Taupo guide)
Accommodation: Hilton Hotel Taupo - Guest Room

Day 9:
Taupo (Friday January 18th)
Morning: Golf at Kinloch.
Afternoon: Option of complimentary tour of Taupo conducted by your guide.
Accommodation: Hilton Hotel Taupo - Guest Room

Day 10:
Taupo - Hawke's Bay (Saturday January 19th)
Morning: Travel to Hawke's Bay.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure with option of complimentary Hawke's Bay wine tour conducted by your guide.
Accommodation: Te Pania Hotel - Superior Room (Ocean View)

Day 11: Hawke's Bay (Sunday January 20th)
Morning: Golf at Cape Kidnappers.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure. Booking service for several Hawke's Bay activities (please see Hawke's Bay guide)
Accommodation: Te Pania Hotel - Superior Room (Ocean View)

Day 12: Hawke's Bay - Wellington (Monday January 21st)
Morning: Travel to Wellington.
Afternoon: Golf at Paraparaumu.
Evening: Dinner at the Bolton Hotel.
Accommodation: Bolton Hotel - Classic Hotel Room

Day 13: Wellington (Tuesday January 22nd)
Leisure Day: Booking service for a host of Wellington activities (please see Wellington guide)
Accommodation: Bolton Hotel - Classic Hotel Room

Day 14: Wellington - Queenstown (Wednesday January 23rd)
Morning: Domestic flight to Queenstown.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure.
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 15: Queenstown (Thursday January 24th)
Morning: Golf at Millbrook.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure. Booking service for several Queenstown activities (please see Queenstown guide)
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 16: Queenstown (Friday January 25th)
Morning: Golf at Jacks Point.
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure.
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 17: Queenstown (Saturday January 26th)
Leisure Day: Booking service for several Queenstown activities (please see Queenstown guide)
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 18: Queenstown (Sunday January 27th)
Morning: Golf at Kelvin Heights (Queenstown Golf Club)
Afternoon / Evening: At leisure.
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 19: Queenstown (Monday January 28th)
Morning: Golf at Jacks Point.
Evening: TSS Earnslaw scenic cruise followed by carvery buffet dinner at Walter Peak Farm.
Accommodation: Crowne Plaza Hotel - Courtyard Room

Day 20: Queenstown (Tuesday January 29th)
Departure Day: Complimentary airport transfer to meet departing flight.

Highlights of Itinerary

  • Play golf at the best golf courses that New Zealand has to offer including scenic Cape Kidnappers Golf Course, listed as the best course in the world by The Daily Telegraph (UK). Paraparaumu, one of the finest links courses in the world and two rounds at the stunning Jacks Point.
  • Scenic touring through some of the most picturesque parts of New Zealand in a luxury air conditioned Mercedes minivan with experienced driver / guide.
  • Quality accommodation, conveniently located to golf courses and attractions.
  • Activity options include sailing in the Bay of Islands, the geothermal and cultural delights of Rotorua, a tour of the finest vineyards in Hawke's Bay and Central Otago, scenic flights and a trip to Milford Sound.
  • Friendly golf competition with daily prizes.
  • Welcome and farewell dinners at top local restaurants.

Special Notes

  • This tour is open to a maximum of sixteen guests.
  • There will be a maximum of eight guests to each twelve seat Mercedes minivan and each will be driven by an experienced and friendly local tour guide.
  • Two vehicles provide more flexibility than one large coach. Guests will experience the benefits of a small private tour, yet enjoy being part of an organised group golf tour.
  • These tours have guaranteed departures.
  • Golfers of all abilities and ages are welcome.
  • Additional sightseeing trips and rounds of golf are available every day.