What’s’ more frustrating than browsing and admiring beautiful places out there on the planet, and not been able to go. I tell you, it is! Suddenly you jump up with joy and decide to visit Auckland for a change; maybe a short break from your work.
From UK, you have 23 hours to set your feet on the largest city that is set between two harbors of striking beauty. With Auckland flights from UK fulfill your passion either with America’s Cup Sailing or relaxed harbor cruises, while shopping, exploring the wilderness, dining, shopping or mixing into the culture.
Auckland offers unmatched beauty and activities to see, do and feel. But how do to schedule your three days? Less time, and plenty to explore. Don’t want to miss anything!
Day 1: Orientation in Auckland
Just relax and calm your mind to discover the electrifying city of Auckland with the hop-on-hop-off bus or even get familiar with the city on the Auckland Great Day Out. Get a chance to shop in the historic Parnell Village, capture panoramic views at the famous Mt. Eden, visit the Antarctic Encounter and relax in the city’s oldest park. Suppose you just one day, you could try out the top three:
• enjoy a scenic harbor cruise
• encounter unique New Zealand wildlife At Auckland Zoo
• capture stunning view from the Sky Tower
The one must-do activity is that you can sail on Auckland’s harbor by choosing from lunch cruises, coffee cruises or the exciting dinner o a 50-foot yacht.
Day 2: The Adrenalined Outdoor
There is an increase in the level on day 2. Go right on the top with the Auckland Harbor bridge climb and grab the breathtaking 360 degree views of the magnificent city. To intake more of thrill, take the plunge with a bungee jump on a stunning harbor bridge or mingle with the crew on the American Cup yacht, trying your skill with a match race, with weekend breaks to New Zealand.
The great outdoors are amazing to learn surfing at the few of the best beach locations or even go whale-watching and dolphin spotting in the captivating Hauraki Gulf. Feel the adrenalined rush as you zoom the islands on an Excitor jet-boat cruise, passing the ‘hole in the rock’ and the ravishing Cape Brett Lighthouse.
Day 3: Auckland Day Trips
Let your third day be the most exciting and memorable among hot bubbling mud, gorgeous islands, glow worm caves, fresh snowfields and historic sites. There is plenty to enjoy on a day trip cruise from the Bay of Islands to the historic Waitangi. You would love to drive to the dunes at Cape Reinga, or walk along the jagged coast and the rainforests with the Eco Walking Tour.
With travel tips in mind explore the dynamic outlook of the Great Barrier Island and ride through the gleaming grotto of Waitomo Glowworm Caves and bathe in the thermal mud bath in Rotorua. To enjoy the winter thrills, take a mid-week break to go skiing on Mt. Ruapehu, New Zealand’s winter wonderland.