21 days tour package
This one is an ultimate South Island tour. It also commences and ends in Queenstown. Its itinerary covers Queenstown – Wanaka, – St Bathans – Moeraki, – Dunedin – The Catlins, – Te Anau- Milford, – Omarama – Twizel, – Mt Cook – Lake Tekapo, – Haast – Franz Josef, – Fox Glacier – Okarito, and the back to Queenstown. All the famous and interesting sites in the loop will be covered. Tour package starts from $11,500 for two people.
It is important to note that the tour packages won’t include accommodation, food or any special activities. Help in booking accommodation for you is available as well as propose the best routes to follow, besides making special arrangements for your specific needs, in terms of particular locations that you wish to visit. Above all each of the multi day tours is flexible according to the preferences for you in terms of days and itinerary. What matters is that you get the ultimate memorable experience of the South Island.
What to Expect In the 21-Day Tour Package
This is the longest of the multi day tours and in it, you will travel through all the beautiful places covered in the 10-14-day tour, only that we will top it up with some more breath-taking destinations through Haast – Franz Josef, – Fox Glacier and Okarito Lagoon. Here you will have a chance to take shots of a number of splendid waterfalls such as the Thunder Creek Falls – a breathtaking wonder that cascades 30m down, in a beautiful silver beech forest and many more splendid sights. We can also make a short stop at the wilderness town of Makarora, before taking on the amazing twists and bends of the Haast Pass.
Fox Glacier is tucked right into the forested and charming foothills of the South Alps. The small and pleasant township is always ideal for people who love hikes, glacier walks, as well as flights. The tour ends in New Zealand’s largest untouched and photogenic estuary lagoon of Okarito; famed for being home to over 70 unique bird species which include the stunning White Heron. After exploring West Coast we then head back to Queenstown. You can choose to take a different route through the Arthur’s Pass, all depending on weather and time conditions though.