Ultimate New Zealand Driving Tour: North to South in Two Weeks

Ultimate New Zealand Driving Tour: North to South in Two Weeks

New Zealand

$11,650

“The eighth wonder of the world.” Rudyard Kipling

Why we love it

Explore the stunning scenery of New Zealand as you drive the length of the country, from Auckland to Queenstown by Porsche 911 Carrera S. Bear witness to the sublime mountains, lakes, forests and coastline, with luxury stays in Auckland, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Mount Cook National Park and Queenstown on this New Zealand driving break.

What's Included?

  • An incredible tour of New Zealand, from vibrant Auckland in the north, to charming Queenstown, in the south
  • Luxury hotel stays lasting 13 nights for two people, as follows:
  • Delightful Auckland, for two nights
  • Art-deco Napier, for two nights
  • The capital, Wellington, for two nights
  • Gorgeous Christchurch, for two nights
  • Near the stunning Mount Cook National Park, for two nights
  • Lovely Queenstown, for three nights
  • Take the helm of the magnificent Porsche 911 Carrera S, with nine day hire
  • Or upgrade to the Aston Martin V8 Vantage
  • Tour all the most scenic routes in New Zealand, from the Pacific Coast to the Southern Alps
  • Take in the wonderful views of The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings filming locations
  • Personalised itinerary: includes driving route, scenic stops and activity recommendations
  • This tour is customisable, simply contact TRULY if you would like a bespoke package
  • Note that flights are not included, to give you max. flexibility with your travel

Description

Explore the stunning scenery of New Zealand as you drive the length of the country, from Auckland to Queenstown by Porsche 911 Carrera S. Bear witness to the sublime mountains, lakes, forests and coastline, with luxury stays in Auckland, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Mount Cook National Park and Queenstown on this New Zealand driving break.

Described by Rudyard Kipling as "the eighth wonder of the world", the incredible beauty of New Zealand's south island has most recently been encapsulated in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies by one of the country's most revered film exports, Peter Jackson. Often shockingly gorgeous, New Zealand is home to picture perfect scenery beyond compare anywhere else in the world.

You can take this tour by the powerful Porsche 911 Carrera S or upgrade to the classy Aston Martin V8 Vantage.

Itinerary

Days One and Two - Auckland

Begin this New Zealand driving tour with a relaxing stay in the country's largest city, Auckland. Set across volcanic ridges, Auckland provides a fusion of urban delights and dramatic coastal scenery. You will be based in a luxury hotel in the heart of the city.

While in the city, make sure to visit the Auckland Volcanic Field to discover more about the array of 50 volcanoes the city was built upon. With some of these volcanoes still active, the city sits on a sea of bubbling lava that stirs 100km below. The tranquil Hauraki Gulf Islands are also well worth a visit, laden with gorgeous golden beaches, an alluring viniculture scene, adventurous watersports and prime opportunities for dolphin spotting.

The Auckland Museum, a striking ne0-classical building topped with an impressive glass and copper dome, added in 2007, offers a compelling variety of Maori and Pacific Island artefacts, volcano displays and ANZAC commemorations. Auckland is also, of course, home to an array of watersports. The wild surf at Piha Beach is one of the best spots for seasoned surfers, while the Waitemata Harbour is the place to go sailing.

Day Three - Auckland to Napier

Your New Zealand driving tour will begin today, as your luxury Porsche 911 will be delivered to your hotel. Following the Waikato River southwards, you will pass the wine-growing area of Te Kauwhata, heading past Hamilton to Cambridge. Like its namesake on the other side of the world, the town assumes an air of gentility, with attractive heritage buildings and beautiful greens. The town is set in the heart of Waikato's horse-breeding district.

From Cambridge, you will wind south-east to Rotorua. En route, you will come across Tirau, know for its charming antique shops and animal shaped iron buildings. Enjoy the refreshing air at Fitzgerald Glade, before heading into the volcanic terrain of Mamaku District. Here, mini volcanic cones are dotted across the landscape towards Mount Ngongataha, a popular destination for luge riders.

Rotorua itself lies on the Pacific Ring of Fire, with inviting geothermal areas and the giant Lake Rotorua. The volcanic scenery continues on the road south to Napier. Head off before Taupo to one of the geothermal parks, where you will find geysers, silica terraces and craters of boiling mud. Taupo sits on the edge of the biggest of New Zealand's many sizeable lakes, with a number of perfect picnic spots.

Heading south-east from Taupo, on the National Highway 5, you will make the picturesque journey to Napier. Rolling hills, spectacular valleys and gentle plains will guide you to Tarawera, where it is possible to walk across to the hot springs that sit above the Waipunga River. En route, you may wish to stop to take in the incredible views of the crashing twin Waiarua waterfalls.

Day Four - Napier

Enjoy the charming city of Napier, the art-deco capital of the world. Its romantic 1930s streetscape provides a charismatic backdrop for a relaxing stay. Having been brought to its core by a devastating earthquake in '31, Napier was rebuilt in the distinct style that still sets it apart today. A self-guided walk around the city offers an arresting adventure.

Nearby, you may wish to drive out to see the gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers or a vineyard tour at one of the many wine-making spots in the region. You can also head to the Bluff Hill Lookout, a pleasant wander with rewarding views that take in Hawke Bay and its hinterland - with scenic deep blue seas and rising white cliffs.

Day Five - Napier to Wellington

Just twenty kilometres south of Napier is a town that's rather like its little sister. Hastings was also devastated by the 1931 earthquake and rebuilt with fine Art-Deco and Spanish Mission style architecture. Hastings is New Zealand's leading pipfruit region, so a perfect location when apples and pears are in-season.

Journeying south, you'll pass Dannevirke, a town settled by Scandinavians where an array of top-range locally made knitwear is available. Farther south, you will reach the clean, crisp air of Wairarapa with endless green scenery. Find paua shell souveniers in Caterton or visit the prepossessing Victorian town of Greytown. As you come closer to Wellington, you will climb up into the stunning Rimutaka Range. Just off the highway here is the Kaitoke Regional Park - the scene of Rivendell in the Lord of the Rings.

Arriving into the compact, cultured and characterful capital of Wellington, you'll be ready to relax in the comfort of your luxury hotel.

Day Six - Wellington

Nestled amidst pretty bushy hillsides and set next to a magnificent harbour, Wellington is an inviting capital. The city's main attraction is New Zealand's national museum, Te Papa, Exciting and interactive, the museum's many displays are hi-tech and intriguing. The city's little red cable car traverses the steep climb from Lambton Quay to Kelburn, arriving at the beautiful botanical gardens.

The city's compact centre includes a dazzling variety of theatres, galleries, restaurants and bars. Meanwhile, a short walk will take you to incredible viewpoints, pleasant beaches and craggy shores.

Day Seven - Wellington to Christchurch

Leaving Wellington, you will take your xxx to the ferry crossing from the North to South Island. The route across the Cook Strait is one of the most scenic ferry crossings in the world, as you come to the stunning Marlborough Sounds. Back on dry land, you will head from the coastal foothills into the breathtaking Awatere Valley. In late summer, the Lake Grassmere saltworks makes an intriguing stop - the ponds turn coral pink at this time of year.

As you follow the National Highway 1 south, the road begins to hug the sensational Pacific Coast, with outstanding sea views. The coastal settlement of Kaikoura is a good place to try a spot of wildlife watching, with whales, dolphins and orcas joining fur seal colonies and large seabirds in the area.

Enjoy the scenic journey south to Christchurch, the traditional yet fast-changing heart of heritage. Often seen as the English centre of New Zealand, Christchurch is now adding an innovative and contemporary edge to its classical core.

Day Eight - Christchurch

Enjoy the charms of Christchurch, from the punts that float down the Avon river, to its cutting-edge arts scene.

Known as the Garden City, Christchurch's Botanic Gardens comprise 30 riverside hectares planted with more than 10,000 plants. There are conservatories and thematic gardens to explore, and beautiful green spaces to relax. The city also hosts a number of other gorgeous public gardens, including the Mona Vale and Sanitorium Gardens.

The city has, of course, changed in the aftermath of recent earthquakes. Witness the dramatically changing skyline of Christchurch on a scenic gondola ride that takes in a journey to the Port Hills crater rim and Mount Cavendish summit. Day trips from the city can be arranged to Akaroa Shore, where adrenaline-fuelled watersports take place.

Christchurch is home to some of the finest theatre in New Zealand, with the Court Theatre rebuilt more modern and spacious in the wake of the earthquakes. Enjoy an acclaimed international or New Zealand play, perhaps before the fine dining experience to which we will treat you on one evening of your stay here. Take in striking flavours and bold combinations with a tasting menu dinner at one of the city's finest restaurants.

Day Nine - Christchurch to Mount Cook National Park Region

Taking the highway from Christchurch, you will be able to step on the gas and feel the full power of your Porsche 911 S. Passing through the mountains, you will come to pass Lake Tekapo, before winding around Lake Pukaki. Both of these lakes, and all the others in this area, are an astonishing crystal clear, caused by the fine, glacier-ground rock particles that are held in suspension.

Heading down through the tremendous mountainous scenery, the settlement of Lake Tekapo will come into view. In addition to its unobstructed views across the turquoise water and the rolling emerald hills, the town also includes the famous lakeside Church of the Good Shepherd, built from stone and oak in 1935.

You will then pass the southern edge of Lake Pukaki. As you approach the edge of the lake, wind round to follow its edge west, up the Mount Cook Road. Traversing golden tussock land, you will approach the emerald Mount Cook National Park. This is the home of Australasia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Cook, which stands at a colossal 3755 metres. Check in to your luxury accommodation, within the area, to revitalise after the incredible day that has passed.

Day 10 - West Coast & Lake Wanaka

Today is an opportunity to explore more of New Zealand's spectacular beauty. Heading through the Mount Cook National Park, you will come to the State Highway 6 to make the amazing journey along the rugged coastal architecture of the country, overlooking the sweeping Tasman Sea. This can be achieved best with a drive north, towards Greymouth and Westport, though heading south will also take in the stunning sights of the Mount Aspiring National Park.

The Mount Aspiring National Park is a wonderful mixture of remote wilderness, high mountains and beautiful river valleys. Driving through the emerald hills will lead to Lake Wanaka, the scene of pristine lakes, towering forests, crystal clean air and a vitality that sweeps through the trees and makes its way into your soul. A number of walking trails can be attempted from here.

Day 11 - Mt. Cook National Park to Queenstown

Begin your journey, again taking the route alongside Lake Pukaki. The lake is towered over by beautiful, lush mountain peaks. Journey south to Twizel, in the heart of Mackenzie country, the scene of many of the Lord of the Ring's most famous scenes. The local salmon farm here provides some of the finest fish in New Zealand, while nature lovers may also be interested in spying on the world's rarest wading bird, the Black Stilt - often known to lurk in this area.

As the route winds north through stunning mountainous terrain, you will come to the head of the Waitaki Valley and the town of Omarama. This fabulous location is most famous for its unique geography. The northwesterly wind blows to form the famous Northwest Arch - perfect conditions for scenic gliding. You will then head south along the magical Lindis Pass, eventually reaching Lake Dunstan, where you may feel suitably captivated to stop for a picnic.

Farther south, the charming old gold workings of Bannockburn offer a pleasant detour, while the Roaring Meg power station offers an imposing presence at the Kawarau Gorge. Heading west on the State Highway 6, the vineyards of the Gibbston area will be the final temptations on your trip, ahead of reaching Queenstown.

Days 12 and 13 - Queenstown

The conclusion of this New Zealand driving break comes in the vibrant and sophisticated town of Queenstown. The lake and mountain landscape of Queenstown make it the perfect location for any kind of adventure, but the town is also a haven of indulgence. Over the course of your two days, ensure that you hop on the Skyline Gondola. Offering fantastic views of the town and surrounding mountains and lake, there are some superb hiking trails at the peak.

New Zealand is also home of the bungy. If bungy jumping sounds a little too intense, the Kuwaru Bungy Centre also offers a history of the extreme sport. Helicopter flights from the town over the spectacular Wakatipu Basin are also available, showcasing its remarkable landforms.

Description

Explore the stunning scenery of New Zealand as you drive the length of the country, from Auckland to Queenstown by Porsche 911 Carrera S. Bear witness to the sublime mountains, lakes, forests and coastline, with luxury stays in Auckland, Napier, Wellington, Christchurch, Mount Cook National Park and Queenstown on this New Zealand driving break.

Described by Rudyard Kipling as "the eighth wonder of the world", the incredible beauty of New Zealand's south island has most recently been encapsulated in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies by one of the country's most revered film exports, Peter Jackson. Often shockingly gorgeous, New Zealand is home to picture perfect scenery beyond compare anywhere else in the world.

You can take this tour by the powerful Porsche 911 Carrera S or upgrade to the classy Aston Martin V8 Vantage.

Itinerary

Days One and Two - Auckland

Begin this New Zealand driving tour with a relaxing stay in the country's largest city, Auckland. Set across volcanic ridges, Auckland provides a fusion of urban delights and dramatic coastal scenery. You will be based in a luxury hotel in the heart of the city.

While in the city, make sure to visit the Auckland Volcanic Field to discover more about the array of 50 volcanoes the city was built upon. With some of these volcanoes still active, the city sits on a sea of bubbling lava that stirs 100km below. The tranquil Hauraki Gulf Islands are also well worth a visit, laden with gorgeous golden beaches, an alluring viniculture scene, adventurous watersports and prime opportunities for dolphin spotting.

The Auckland Museum, a striking ne0-classical building topped with an impressive glass and copper dome, added in 2007, offers a compelling variety of Maori and Pacific Island artefacts, volcano displays and ANZAC commemorations. Auckland is also, of course, home to an array of watersports. The wild surf at Piha Beach is one of the best spots for seasoned surfers, while the Waitemata Harbour is the place to go sailing.

Day Three - Auckland to Napier

Your New Zealand driving tour will begin today, as your luxury Porsche 911 will be delivered to your hotel. Following the Waikato River southwards, you will pass the wine-growing area of Te Kauwhata, heading past Hamilton to Cambridge. Like its namesake on the other side of the world, the town assumes an air of gentility, with attractive heritage buildings and beautiful greens. The town is set in the heart of Waikato's horse-breeding district.

From Cambridge, you will wind south-east to Rotorua. En route, you will come across Tirau, know for its charming antique shops and animal shaped iron buildings. Enjoy the refreshing air at Fitzgerald Glade, before heading into the volcanic terrain of Mamaku District. Here, mini volcanic cones are dotted across the landscape towards Mount Ngongataha, a popular destination for luge riders.

Rotorua itself lies on the Pacific Ring of Fire, with inviting geothermal areas and the giant Lake Rotorua. The volcanic scenery continues on the road south to Napier. Head off before Taupo to one of the geothermal parks, where you will find geysers, silica terraces and craters of boiling mud. Taupo sits on the edge of the biggest of New Zealand's many sizeable lakes, with a number of perfect picnic spots.

Heading south-east from Taupo, on the National Highway 5, you will make the picturesque journey to Napier. Rolling hills, spectacular valleys and gentle plains will guide you to Tarawera, where it is possible to walk across to the hot springs that sit above the Waipunga River. En route, you may wish to stop to take in the incredible views of the crashing twin Waiarua waterfalls.

Day Four - Napier

Enjoy the charming city of Napier, the art-deco capital of the world. Its romantic 1930s streetscape provides a charismatic backdrop for a relaxing stay. Having been brought to its core by a devastating earthquake in '31, Napier was rebuilt in the distinct style that still sets it apart today. A self-guided walk around the city offers an arresting adventure.

Nearby, you may wish to drive out to see the gannet colony at Cape Kidnappers or a vineyard tour at one of the many wine-making spots in the region. You can also head to the Bluff Hill Lookout, a pleasant wander with rewarding views that take in Hawke Bay and its hinterland - with scenic deep blue seas and rising white cliffs.

Day Five - Napier to Wellington

Just twenty kilometres south of Napier is a town that's rather like its little sister. Hastings was also devastated by the 1931 earthquake and rebuilt with fine Art-Deco and Spanish Mission style architecture. Hastings is New Zealand's leading pipfruit region, so a perfect location when apples and pears are in-season.

Journeying south, you'll pass Dannevirke, a town settled by Scandinavians where an array of top-range locally made knitwear is available. Farther south, you will reach the clean, crisp air of Wairarapa with endless green scenery. Find paua shell souveniers in Caterton or visit the prepossessing Victorian town of Greytown. As you come closer to Wellington, you will climb up into the stunning Rimutaka Range. Just off the highway here is the Kaitoke Regional Park - the scene of Rivendell in the Lord of the Rings.

Arriving into the compact, cultured and characterful capital of Wellington, you'll be ready to relax in the comfort of your luxury hotel.

Day Six - Wellington

Nestled amidst pretty bushy hillsides and set next to a magnificent harbour, Wellington is an inviting capital. The city's main attraction is New Zealand's national museum, Te Papa, Exciting and interactive, the museum's many displays are hi-tech and intriguing. The city's little red cable car traverses the steep climb from Lambton Quay to Kelburn, arriving at the beautiful botanical gardens.

The city's compact centre includes a dazzling variety of theatres, galleries, restaurants and bars. Meanwhile, a short walk will take you to incredible viewpoints, pleasant beaches and craggy shores.

Day Seven - Wellington to Christchurch

Leaving Wellington, you will take your xxx to the ferry crossing from the North to South Island. The route across the Cook Strait is one of the most scenic ferry crossings in the world, as you come to the stunning Marlborough Sounds. Back on dry land, you will head from the coastal foothills into the breathtaking Awatere Valley. In late summer, the Lake Grassmere saltworks makes an intriguing stop - the ponds turn coral pink at this time of year.

As you follow the National Highway 1 south, the road begins to hug the sensational Pacific Coast, with outstanding sea views. The coastal settlement of Kaikoura is a good place to try a spot of wildlife watching, with whales, dolphins and orcas joining fur seal colonies and large seabirds in the area.

Enjoy the scenic journey south to Christchurch, the traditional yet fast-changing heart of heritage. Often seen as the English centre of New Zealand, Christchurch is now adding an innovative and contemporary edge to its classical core.

Day Eight - Christchurch

Enjoy the charms of Christchurch, from the punts that float down the Avon river, to its cutting-edge arts scene.

Known as the Garden City, Christchurch's Botanic Gardens comprise 30 riverside hectares planted with more than 10,000 plants. There are conservatories and thematic gardens to explore, and beautiful green spaces to relax. The city also hosts a number of other gorgeous public gardens, including the Mona Vale and Sanitorium Gardens.

The city has, of course, changed in the aftermath of recent earthquakes. Witness the dramatically changing skyline of Christchurch on a scenic gondola ride that takes in a journey to the Port Hills crater rim and Mount Cavendish summit. Day trips from the city can be arranged to Akaroa Shore, where adrenaline-fuelled watersports take place.

Christchurch is home to some of the finest theatre in New Zealand, with the Court Theatre rebuilt more modern and spacious in the wake of the earthquakes. Enjoy an acclaimed international or New Zealand play, perhaps before the fine dining experience to which we will treat you on one evening of your stay here. Take in striking flavours and bold combinations with a tasting menu dinner at one of the city's finest restaurants.

Day Nine - Christchurch to Mount Cook National Park Region

Taking the highway from Christchurch, you will be able to step on the gas and feel the full power of your Porsche 911 S. Passing through the mountains, you will come to pass Lake Tekapo, before winding around Lake Pukaki. Both of these lakes, and all the others in this area, are an astonishing crystal clear, caused by the fine, glacier-ground rock particles that are held in suspension.

Heading down through the tremendous mountainous scenery, the settlement of Lake Tekapo will come into view. In addition to its unobstructed views across the turquoise water and the rolling emerald hills, the town also includes the famous lakeside Church of the Good Shepherd, built from stone and oak in 1935.

You will then pass the southern edge of Lake Pukaki. As you approach the edge of the lake, wind round to follow its edge west, up the Mount Cook Road. Traversing golden tussock land, you will approach the emerald Mount Cook National Park. This is the home of Australasia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Cook, which stands at a colossal 3755 metres. Check in to your luxury accommodation, within the area, to revitalise after the incredible day that has passed.

Day 10 - West Coast & Lake Wanaka

Today is an opportunity to explore more of New Zealand's spectacular beauty. Heading through the Mount Cook National Park, you will come to the State Highway 6 to make the amazing journey along the rugged coastal architecture of the country, overlooking the sweeping Tasman Sea. This can be achieved best with a drive north, towards Greymouth and Westport, though heading south will also take in the stunning sights of the Mount Aspiring National Park.

The Mount Aspiring National Park is a wonderful mixture of remote wilderness, high mountains and beautiful river valleys. Driving through the emerald hills will lead to Lake Wanaka, the scene of pristine lakes, towering forests, crystal clean air and a vitality that sweeps through the trees and makes its way into your soul. A number of walking trails can be attempted from here.

Day 11 - Mt. Cook National Park to Queenstown

Begin your journey, again taking the route alongside Lake Pukaki. The lake is towered over by beautiful, lush mountain peaks. Journey south to Twizel, in the heart of Mackenzie country, the scene of many of the Lord of the Ring's most famous scenes. The local salmon farm here provides some of the finest fish in New Zealand, while nature lovers may also be interested in spying on the world's rarest wading bird, the Black Stilt - often known to lurk in this area.

As the route winds north through stunning mountainous terrain, you will come to the head of the Waitaki Valley and the town of Omarama. This fabulous location is most famous for its unique geography. The northwesterly wind blows to form the famous Northwest Arch - perfect conditions for scenic gliding. You will then head south along the magical Lindis Pass, eventually reaching Lake Dunstan, where you may feel suitably captivated to stop for a picnic.

Farther south, the charming old gold workings of Bannockburn offer a pleasant detour, while the Roaring Meg power station offers an imposing presence at the Kawarau Gorge. Heading west on the State Highway 6, the vineyards of the Gibbston area will be the final temptations on your trip, ahead of reaching Queenstown.

Days 12 and 13 - Queenstown

The conclusion of this New Zealand driving break comes in the vibrant and sophisticated town of Queenstown. The lake and mountain landscape of Queenstown make it the perfect location for any kind of adventure, but the town is also a haven of indulgence. Over the course of your two days, ensure that you hop on the Skyline Gondola. Offering fantastic views of the town and surrounding mountains and lake, there are some superb hiking trails at the peak.

New Zealand is also home of the bungy. If bungy jumping sounds a little too intense, the Kuwaru Bungy Centre also offers a history of the extreme sport. Helicopter flights from the town over the spectacular Wakatipu Basin are also available, showcasing its remarkable landforms.

We Also Recommend

  • Experience the grandeur of New Zealand's majestic Fjord-land
  • Visit White Island , for unmatched views of New Zealand's most active volcano
  • Discover the beautiful Moeraki boulders

Additional Information

This experience is valid for booking within 6 months from the date of issue.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 6 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired dates.

Hotels: We guarantee that each hotel will have a star rating of at least 4 stars and a guest rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars, as rated on TripAdvisor, Expedia, or Hotels.com. Additional hotel nights can be priced upon request.

Car hire: Hire will be of a Porsche 911 S. Upgrade is available to Aston Martin V8 Vantage, for a supplement.

Upon hire, the driver must present a full and current driving license.

Drivers must have more than three years' driving experience.

Driver must have no more than three penalty points on their license.

Drivers must be aged between 28 and 70 years inclusive.

A deposit is required by pre-authorisation on a credit card. This will be returned on safe return of the car.

An insurance excess of $3000 applies in the event of an accident.

Maximum allowed driving distance is 250 kilometres per day (following the itinerary will ensure guests will not exceed this limit). Additional distances will be charged extra.

Please note that no amendments or cancellations may be made after travel dates have been confirmed.

We Also Recommend

  • Experience the grandeur of New Zealand's majestic Fjord-land
  • Visit White Island , for unmatched views of New Zealand's most active volcano
  • Discover the beautiful Moeraki boulders

Additional Information

This experience is valid for booking within 6 months from the date of issue.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 6 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired dates.

Hotels: We guarantee that each hotel will have a star rating of at least 4 stars and a guest rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars, as rated on TripAdvisor, Expedia, or Hotels.com. Additional hotel nights can be priced upon request.

Car hire: Hire will be of a Porsche 911 S. Upgrade is available to Aston Martin V8 Vantage, for a supplement.

Upon hire, the driver must present a full and current driving license.

Drivers must have more than three years' driving experience.

Driver must have no more than three penalty points on their license.

Drivers must be aged between 28 and 70 years inclusive.

A deposit is required by pre-authorisation on a credit card. This will be returned on safe return of the car.

An insurance excess of $3000 applies in the event of an accident.

Maximum allowed driving distance is 250 kilometres per day (following the itinerary will ensure guests will not exceed this limit). Additional distances will be charged extra.

Please note that no amendments or cancellations may be made after travel dates have been confirmed.

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Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand

Ultimate New Zealand Driving Tour: North to South in Two Weeks

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