13 Days 10 Nights New Zealand and Fiji

Group Tour: 16-28 Nov 2024

Kia ora… The land of inspiring Māori culture and truly breathtaking landscapes is hard to reach for some, but no matter when you visit, there’s always a Kiwi adventure to experience.

Gather at KLIA 3 hours before flight departure to Auckland via Fiji.

Welcome to Auckland. Meet and greet with local representatives and transfer to hotel.

Overnight in Auckland.

  • HOBBITON a tourist attraction located in Matamata. It is a movie set that was created for the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film trilogies. It’s designed to look like the fictional village of Hobbiton from J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels.
  • HUKA FALLS a popular tourist destination located near Lake Taupo on the Waikato River. Visitors can enjoy a scenic walk to the falls, take a jet boat tour, or even go white water rafting. There are also picnic areas and a cafe nearby for those who want to relax and take in the beautiful surroundings.
  • KUIRAU PARK take a walk and discover the steaming, hissing and bubbling geothermal activity in this informal public park located right next to Rotorua’s city centre.

Overnight in Rotorua.

  • AGRODOME a popular tourist attraction and showcases the best of New Zealand’s rural life and agriculture. Visitors can watch sheep shearing and sheepdog trials, as well as get up close and personal with animals like cows, deer, alpacas, and rabbits. A highlight of the Agrodome experience is the opportunity to hand-feed and interact with the friendly farm animals.
  • TE WHAKAREWAREWA VALLEY is a living Maori village that has been inhabited by the Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao people for over 200 years. The valley is known for its geothermal activity, including geysers, hot springs, and mud pools. Visitors can take guided tours of the village, watch cultural performances, and learn about Maori traditions and culture.
  • THE REDWOODS known for its towering trees and picturesque walking trails. The park is home to some of the largest trees in the world, many of which are over 100 years old. Visitors can take a guided tour of the forest or explore on their own, with a variety of walking tracks ranging from easy strolls to more challenging hikes
  • AUCKLAND CITY TOUR visit Auckland’s central business district and its surrounding parks, historic buildings, and a range of cultural attractions as well as the iconic Sky Tower.

Transfer to airport for evening flight to Christchurch. On arrival, check in at hotel. Overnight in Christchurch.

  • LAKE TEKAPO / CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPARDS one of the most famous and recognisable icons of Lake Tekapo is the charming Church of the Good Shepherd, and the most photographed church! Nestled right on the shores of the vivid blue lake, and surrounded by snow-capped mountains, this is one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand.
  • LAKE PUKAKI is a shimmering blue jewel set into a grand alpine playground – an iconic New Zealand landscape of high mountain peaks, glacier fed alpine lakes and golden tussocks stretched beneath an endless sky. Sir Peter Jackson chose this part of the Southern Alps as the setting for ‘Lake-town’ in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
  • AORAKI VILLAGE/MT COOK NATIONAL PARK is home of the highest mountains and the longest glaciers. It is alpine in the purest sense – with skyscraping peaks, glaciers and permanent snow fields, all set under a star-studded sky. According to Ngāi Tahu legend, Aoraki and his three brothers were the sons of Rakinui, the Sky Father. While on a sea voyage, their canoe overturned on a reef. When the brothers climbed on top of their canoe, the freezing south wind turned them to stone. The canoe became the South Island (Te Waka o Aoraki); Aoraki and his brothers became the peaks of the Southern Alps.

Overnight in Omarama.

  • LINDIS PASS is a mountain pass s known for its stunning mountain scenery and tussock grasslands and a popular destination for road trips, with many visitors stopping to take in the views and explore the surrounding area. Be sure to bring warm clothing, as the pass can be quite chilly even in the summer months.
  • LAKE WANAKA/LONELY WANAKA TREE is said to be one of the most photographed trees in all New Zealand. The lone tree is right at the foothills of Mount Aspiring National Park, a World Heritage Site, acting as a doorway into even more of the breathtaking landscapes that embody the South Island of New Zealand.
  • CROMWELL FRUIT FARM the Jones Family Fruit Stall is one of the best-known fruit stalls in Central Otago, with people coming from all over New Zealand and the world to visit. The fruit stall stocks a huge array of fresh fruits, dried fruits, nuts, honey products and vegetables.
  • KAWARAU BRIDGE Kawarau Suspension Bridge can be experienced in three ways: bungy jumping off it, cycling over it or walking across it.

Overnight in Queenstown.

  • GLENORCHY a true slice of New Zealand paradise, is surrounded by magnificent snow-capped mountains and sits a spectacular 45-minute drive from Queenstown. Glenorchy’s soaring peaks, pristine lakes, glacial rivers, and ancient beech forests are a dream destination for outdoor adventures. Home to New Zealand’s finest hiking, the awe-inspiring scenery has formed the backdrop for films like Narnia, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.
  • LUGE @ QUEENSTOWN a popular attraction located on Bob’s Peak, which offers stunning views of Lake Wakatipu, the Remarkables mountain range, and the town of Queenstown itself.

Overnight Queenstown.

  • MILFORD SOUND CRUISE famously described by Rudyard Kipling as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’, Milford Sound is breath-taking in any weather – with its fiord’s cliffs, mountainous peaks and waterfalls as high as 1000m. When it rains in Milford Sound, and it often does, those waterfalls multiply with magnificent effect.
  • MIRROR LAKES is a collection of beautiful reflection ponds and lakes on the way to Milford Sound. On a calm day, the lakes are truly like a mirror, reflecting the mountains
  • HOMER TUNNEL just before the Milford Road begins its descent through the Cleddau Valley into Milford Sound, it passes through the Homer Tunnel, a 1.2km-long tunnel through solid rock. Before the tunnel opened in 1954 after 19 years of construction, there was no road access to Milford Sound.
  • THE CHASM not far from the Homer Tunnel, another scenic highlight is worth a brief stop: the Chasm is a series of gushing waterfalls just a short walk from the road.
  • EGLINTON VALLEY one of the first highlights of a trip to Milford Sound after entering Fiordland National Park is the Eglinton Valley. It was carved out by glaciers thousands of years ago. Today, steep rocky mountains covered in native beech forest line the valley. The flat floor of the valley is covered in eye-catching golden tussock grass.

Overnight Te Anau.

Following breakfast, depart to Dunedin. Known as the Wildlife Capital of New Zealand, Dunedin prides itself on its beautiful built heritage, stunning scenery, and unique biodiversity. Surrounded by dramatic hills and at the foot of a long, picturesque harbour, Dunedin is one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • BALDWIN STREET aka the world’s steepest street, is a strange tourist attraction in suburban Dunedin. Walking up Baldwin Street isn’t too hard and it’s worth it to see an obscure world record. There are also good views of Dunedin’s green surrounds from the top.
  • UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO or Ōtākou Whakaihu Waka is the oldest university in New Zealand
  • AL HUDA MOSQUE stop for prayers
  • MOERAKI BOULDERS you simply can’t drive along the North Otago coast without stopping to stare at the Moeraki Boulders – they’re amazing! According to Maori legend, the boulders are gourds washed ashore from the great voyaging canoe Araiteuru when it was wrecked upon landfall in New Zealand hundreds of years ago.
  • OAMARU PENGUIN EXPERIENCE visit a natural colony of the smallest penguin in the world, the Blue Penguin, in Oamaru, New Zealand

Overnight in Oamaru.

  • CHRISTCHURCH CITY TOUR you will go through the city’s central business district: Christchurch Botanic Gardens, Riverside Market, and Al Noor Mosque.
  • PUNTING ON AVON travel along the Avon River on a flat-bottomed boat and experience a unique perspective of Christchurch’s flora, fauna, and historic architecture
  • RIVERSIDE MARKET located on Oxford Terrace, right in the middle of downtown Christchurch. Consisting of indoor farmers market, linked to a vibrant network of boutique retail, restaurants, cafes & bars
  • DRESSMART OUTLET is your outlet shopping destination with more than 100 local and international brands.

Overnight at Christchurch.

ollowing breakfast, transfer to airport for flight to Nadi Fiji. On arrival meet and greet with local representative and transfer for dinner followed by hotel check in.

Overnight Nadi.

Breakfast and check out from hotel.Squeeze in the city’s top sights, including a local village, local markets, The Garden of the Sleeping Giant and the Sabeto Hot Pools, all within five hours.

Transfer to airport for fight back home via Singapore.

Arrival Kuala Lumpur.

  • Return Kuala Lumpur-Singapore flight tickets (economy class + 20kg baggage allowance)
  • Return international flight tickets on Fiji Airways (economy class + 20kg baggage allowance)
  • Return airport taxes
  • One-way domestic flight tickets between Auckland – Christchurch (basic class + 20kg baggage allowance)
  • 2 nights accommodation in North Island
  • 7 nights accommodation in South Island
  • 1 night accommodation in Nadi
  • Fullboard meals as per itinerary
  • Private tour & entrance fees as per itinerary: Milford Sound, Hobbiton, Agrodome, Punting on Avon, Oamaru Penguin, Te Whakareware
  • Private transportation throughout tour
  • Tipping for local guide & driver
  • Services of local English speaking guide
  • Services of Tour Manager from Fairys Holiday
  • Travel Insurance
  • Travel simcard
  • Porterage, laundry and minibar at the hotel
  • Excess baggage
  • Other items nor mentioned in the itinerary
  • Minimum 22 pax to go
  • Rate is valid based on departure date stated
  • Maximum hotel room occupancy is 3A OR 2A + 1C
  • Infant between 0-24 months are required to pay for Airfare only
  • Children rate applies to those between 3 to 11 years only
  • Standard Terms & Conditions apply


(Price in Ringgit Malaysia, per person basis)

Adult/Child Twin Share


Child with Bed



16 NOV 2024 MH 613 KUL – SIN 1720 – 1825
16 NOV 2024 FJ 360 SIN – NAN 2005 – 1120#1
17 NOV 2024 FJ 421 NAN – AKL 1300 – 1710
19 NOV 2024 JQ239 AKL – CHC 1830 – 1955
26 NOV 2024 FJ 450 CHC – NAN 1420 – 1710
27 NOV 2024 FJ 363 NAN – SIN 2245 – 0510#1
28 NOV 2024 MH 602 SIN – KUL 0600 – 0710

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