Exploring New Zealand's Wonders with Grand Pacific Tours

Exploring New Zealand's Wonders with Grand Pacific Tours

Nestled in the heart of the South Pacific, New Zealand is a land of breathtaking landscapes, vibrant Māori culture, and thrilling outdoor adventures. To make the most of your Kiwi adventure, consider exploring this enchanting country with the renowned luxury coach holiday specialist, Grand Pacific Tours. In this article, we write about some of the remarkable New Zealand gems that you can visit with Grand Pacific Tours, allowing you to discover the wonders that await you.

Milford Sound

Milford Sound - A Fiordland Wonder

Grand Pacific Tours takes you on an awe-inspiring journey to Milford Sound, often referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the World." Located in the Fiordland National Park, this breathtaking fjord is surrounded by towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and dense rainforests. Selected tours will include a cruise through the serene waters of Milford Sound, offering panoramic views of Mitre Peak and the stunning natural beauty that defines this UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Mighty West Coast

The Mighty West Coast

Joining the line-up are Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, stunning natural wonders on the West Coast of the South Island, as well as the snow-capped peaks of the Southern Alps. Take home life-long memories of this awe-inspiring location and consider the optional scenic flight, the view from above allows you to appreciate this incredible natural phenomenon.

Lake Wakatipu

Queenstown - Adventure Capital of the World

For the thrill-seekers, Grand Pacific Tours takes you to Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand. Whether you're into bungee jumping, jet boating, or simply enjoying the stunning alpine scenery, Queenstown has it all. The tour includes a scenic cruise on Lake Wakatipu to Walter Peak Homestead and a ride on the Skyline Gondola, providing panoramic views of the Remarkables mountain range and the picturesque Queenstown.

Te Puia Maori concert

Te Puia - Guided Tour and Hangi & Concert

Immerse yourself in the captivating traditions of the Māori people as knowledgeable guides lead you through the sacred grounds of Te Puia in Rotorua. The highlight of the tour awaits as you indulge in a traditional Hangi feast, savouring the unique flavours of food cooked in an earth oven. As the evening unfolds, be spellbound by a cultural performance featuring spirited songs and haka dances, offering a window into the rich heritage of the Māori people.


Hobbiton - A Journey to Middle-earth

No visit to New Zealand is complete without a trip to Hobbiton, the movie set used in the filming of "The Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit" trilogies. Selected Grand Pacific Tours offers an immersive experience in the Shire, where you can stroll through the charming hobbit holes, visit the Green Dragon Inn, and relive the movie magic surrounded by the picturesque hills of the Waikato region.

Grand Pacific Tours offers an unparalleled opportunity to explore the wonders of New Zealand, from the majestic landscapes of Milford Sound to the cultural richness of Rotorua and the adrenaline-pumping adventures in Queenstown. With the inclusion of iconic attractions like Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers and Hobbiton, this tour promises an unforgettable journey through the diverse and enchanting beauty of Aotearoa. Embrace the magic of New Zealand with Grand Pacific Tours, where every moment becomes a cherished memory.

Inspired to explore New Zealand? Request our brochure here. Read more about Grand Pacific Tours and contact our travel experts today on 0161 888 5632 or [email protected] to start booking your perfect itinerary.


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