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Travel to the birthplace of New Zealand and experience past and present with a sightseeing day tour to the historical Bay of Islands.
Bay of Islands Tours
Auckland, New Zealand
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The city of Auckland, in the North Island of New Zealand, is the largest city in the island country, and carries the largest population of the Polynesian people in the world. It is a multicultural phenomenon and a rising economic powerhouse, and is among the most livable cities worldwide. It’s also a great jumping-off point for tourism in the region. Enjoy New Zealand in 2015 with our tours and activities in and around Auckland.
Go see the Auckland City Highlights on a morning tour and find out why Auckland has such a good quality of life rating. Over the course of half a day, see the best sights in the city with a knowledgeable professional guide. Visit the city center along Karangahape Road, which was once a red-light district. See Ponsonby Village with its many boutiques and retailers. Travel along the Auckland Harbor Bridge for a beautiful view of the gulf and the city skyline. See Viaduct Harbor and Queen Street, then go to Auckland Domain, the oldest park in the city, formed around the slopes of a long dead volcano. Enter Parnell Village, whose historic buildings are now the foundation of a new shopping and lifestyle experience. End your tour with a ride along the scenic Tamaki Drive to Michael Joseph Savage Memorial Park, where gardens and lookouts make for a great place to relax after a long morning trip.
Exit the city limits for a Waitomo and Rotorua Day Tour. Literally meaning “water hole,” Waitomo’s limestone caves are an incredible tourist destination. See the famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, where the 18-meter high Cathedral cavern awaits. Here, world-class choirs and singers have performed due to its superb acoustics and a unique backdrop of limestone formations. Pass through the deep limestone shaft of Tomo and glide through the underground river and witness the bright lights of a thousand glowworms illuminating the grotto. After your tour of the cave, visit Rotorua and its lovely geothermal bounty in the heart of North Island.