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Waitomo Glowworm Caves – Be amazed by the thousands of magical glowworms above as you glide silently by boat in the world famous Waitomo Glow­worm Caves. See ornate cave decorations and sing in the cathedral with its remarkable acoustics. Guided since the late 1880s this is the original New Zealand attraction. Combine your experience with spectacu­lar Ruakuri Cave or ornate Aranui Cave.waitomo-glowworm-caves

International Antarctic Centre – Ex­perience amazing Antarctica without leaving Christchurch! A ‘Must Do’ experi­ence and interactive fun for visitors of all ages. Antarctic Gallery, ‘Antarctica’ Snow & Ice, Storm, Hagglund Ride, 4D Theatre, His­toric Hut exhibit & Little Blue Penguins

Fox Glacier & Franz Josef Glacier – Witness the puzzle of huge valleys of ice that extend well below the snowline, almost to the sea. Here the ice age is still underway.

Auckland Zoo – Auckland Zoo is home to the largest collection of na­tive and exotic animals in New Zealand, set in 17 hectares of lush parkland and just minutes from central Auckland. There is lots to see and do all year, including events, animal encounters, behind-the-scenes ex­periences and more!auckland-zoo

Scenic Flight – Sightseeing from a small plane or helicopter on a scenic flight will give you the ultimate view of New Zealand’s spectacular geography, lightseeing opportunities are concentrated in areas where the scenery is most extraor­dinary – Northland and Auckland, the cen­tral North Island, Canterbury, Queenstown, Fiordland and the West Coast.

Hot Water Beach – Dig your own hot pool metres from the Pacific Ocean at world-famous Hot Water Beach.

Skyline Gondola – Breathtaking views unfold as you ascend to Bobs Peak by Skyline Gondola. Relax, unwind, view Queenstown’s spectacular scenery from above. There’s more to enjoy with our cafe, restaurant, Luge tracks, stargazing, Kiwi Haka show, and mountain biking.skyline-gondola

Maori Culture – New Zealand’s Maori culture is an integral part of Kiwi life and adds a unique, dynamic experience for visitors. As a visitor to New Zealand, you can experience Maori culture by visiting a marae with an organised tour, watching a carving or weaving demonstration or learn­ing about fascinating myths and legends from passionate Maori guides.maori-culture

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