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Destinations Show, Olympia

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Don’t forget we will be at Destinations Show at Olympia, London, on February 02, 03, 04 and 05. Find us on Stand AC32 which we are sharing with the American company Uncruise Adventures. Most of the team will be there over the 4 days and would love to see a friendly face or two. This is one of the biggest travel shows in the U.K and a great place to find new destinations and experiences that would suit you. If you have a particular place in mind for your holiday next year (or the year after) give us a call to book an appointment with our team expert for that part of the world. However we will be very pleased to see you as and when you are free.

For your free tickets to Destinations Show, please go to: http://www.destinationsshow.com/london/form/registration  and then type in MSC97 in the appropriate place.

We look forward to seeing you at either event.

Favourite Road Trips

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Looking for inspiration? Here are just a few ideas based on some of our favourite road trips. This selection will give you a taste of the possibilites; whether your interest lies in wildlife, photography, spectacular scenery, geology, history of you are planning a family adventure, let us help you plan the perfect trip.

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Rhythm and Roots

…a musical discovery tour. Trace the roots of American music and experience the unique cultural landscapes that gave birth to the Blues, Country and Rock-n-Roll.


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The Skyline Drive & The Blue Ridge Parkway

…follow the Appalachians from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to the Great Smoky National Park in North Carolina; this relaxed and easy drive offers endless hiking trails, blue-grass music, spectacular mountain vistas, wildflowers, sparkling waterfalls, black bear and the brilliant fall foliage that is any match for New England…


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The Grand Circle

This exhilarating route is surely one of the most spectacular road trips in the US. Allow at least 10 days to ensure you have time to explore the wealth of National Parks – Bryce, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands, Monument Valley and the Grand Canyon to name just at few. The names evoke the scenery and the wilderness you will encounter and remember for ever. With so much to see along the way it is difficult to know where to start and what to include – here is one suggestion, beginning and ending in Las Vegas…


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The Pacific Coast from Seattle to LA

Follow the dramatic Pacific Coast Highway – a 1500 mile trip which takes you through Washington, Oregon and California. Rain forests, endless beaches, lighthouses, estuaries teaming with diverse wildlife, giant redwood forests, interspersed by vibrant and cosmopolitan cities – this route has just about everything. Although you can do the journey in a few days we would suggest you take your time to fully enjoy the trip. Here’s one suggestion..


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The East Coast from Washington DC to Florida

Take a drive down the USA’s Atlantic Coast and on the way discover beautiful beaches, a rich and interesting history, warm and genuine hospitality, charming towns and cities and an abundance of wonderful wildlife.


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The Wild West

…from the Badlands of South Dakota to Yellowstone; this drive will take you through some of the most wild and beautiful landscapes imaginable. Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Bighorn Mountains and Cody before entering the spectacular scenery of Yellowstone National Park, with its legendary geyser basins, hot springs and assorted geothermal oddities, not to mention its stunning wildlife.


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Alaskan Adventure

Explore Alaska’s stunning landscapes – rugged mountains, alpine meadows, crystal lakes, glaciers, diverse and abundant wildlife. With more scenic highways that any other US state, this is the ultimate driving destination. Incorporate Alaska’s Marine Highway, where whales, rare birds, sea-otters and sea lions can be viewed from the deck, to make this a truly memorable trip.


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From San Francisco to Vegas

Your journey starts in one of world’s truly great cities before heading south along the Pacific Coast Highway. Then drive across the Sierra Nevada Mountains, through the weird and wonderful Death Valley to the city of sin, Vegas …

 


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Route 66

No list of road trips is complete without the Great Mother Road, Route 66. Much of the original route has now been bypassed by the interstates but many stretches are still driveable and accessible. During the thirties, thousands travelled west to California, to escape poverty in the dust bowls. Motels, diners, neon lights, museums, kitsch and other nostalgic reminders of a different era…


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The Golden Circle – a Taste of Yukon and Alaska

Here we suggest a spectacular mountain self-drive journey which offers a taste of Alaska and Yukon. Drive through dramatic rocky landscapes, past deep blue lakes and experience the excitement of the Klondike Gold Rush. This is a trip for adventurers with opportunities for canoeing, Kayaking, hiking and superb wildlife viewing…


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Holiday Homes USA

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Holiday homes USA – houses and apartments

Despite the cost of getting there, USA still represents excellent value for money. For families, a group of friends, golfing or outdoor enthusiasts, beach lovers, skiers, we are delighted to be able to offer a wide selection of villas with private pools, condominiums, apartments and luxury holiday homes in several stateside locations. As well as the traditional holiday destinations of Florida and California, we can offer New York, South Carolina, New England, Colorado and Arizona. Whatever the size of your group or budget, we will be able to find something to suit you. Perhaps combine a week on the road with a week’s relaxation in a beautiful location.

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Carolina on my mind

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This bespoke itinerary idea features the extraordinary Carolinas, including the unique mountains of the Southern Appalachians and the captivating coastal highlights of South Carolina and Georgia. Fall offers spectacular colours along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Carolina on my mind

This itinerary idea features the extraordinary Carolinas, including the unique mountains of the Southern Appalachians and the captivating coastal highlights of South Carolina and Georgia. It also features the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. As with all our tailor made itineraries, please see this as a starting point for discussion; it be amended to suit your exact wishes.

Day 1: Atlanta
Days 3: Highlands
Day 5: Asheville
Day 8: High Country
Days 10: Charlotte
Days 11: South Carolina Coast near Charleston
Day 14: Depart Atlanta

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This itinerary idea features the extraordinary Carolinas, including the unique mountains of the Southern Appalachians and the captivating coastal highlights of South Carolina and Georgia. It also features the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Blue Ridge Parkway. As with all our tailor-made itineraries, please see this as a starting point for discussion; it be amended to suit your exact wishes.

Day 1: Atlanta
Fly to Atlanta where you will have a full day to explore some of its diverse attractions which include the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum, the Global CNN headquarters and the Martin Luther King Junior National Historic Site
Two nights Atlanta

Days 3: Highlands
Pick up your hire car and head through the North Georgia Mountains to North Carolina and the resort town of Highlands, the perfect introduction to your mountain retreat.
Two nights Highlands

Day 5: Asheville
Drive north to the Asheville, the gateway to the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains. From here you can visit the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, explore Historic Biltmore Village and explore the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wildlife viewing (white-tailed deer, black bear, raccoon and turkeys…), waterfalls, hiking and cycling are all on offer at this, America’s most visited National Park. Discover the village of Bat Cave, the Hickory Nut Gorge and Chimney Rock Park, backdrop for much of the film “Last of the Mohicans”. Drive west into the Pisgah National Forest which feature some of the most rugged and beautiful mountain scenery, the real Cold Mountain area.
Three nights Asheville

Day 8: High Country
Enjoy a morning on the Blue Ridge Parkway – spectacular mountain and valley vistas, sparkling waterfalls and colourful displays of flower and foliage throughout. Wind along Grandfather Mountain (a UNESCO International Bio-sphere). From the High Country, day trips could include a visit to the spectacular Linville Gorge Wilderness Area and Linville Caverns.
Two nights High Country area

Days 10: Charlotte
Today you will head eastwards breaking your journey to the coast in the cosmopolitan city of Charlotte.
One night Charlotte

Days 11: South Carolina Coast near Charleston
Drive to the South Carolina coast. Here you can relax for a few days at the end of your holiday at one of the gorgeous coastal resorts in the Charleston area; Kiawah or Seabrook Islands, Hilton Head or Myrtle Beach.
Three nights Charleston area

Day 14: Depart Atlanta

With direct flights into Charlotte from Gatwick you may prefer to begin your bespoke adventure there.

All photographs by kind permission of North Carolina Division of Tourism

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Little Gems

Little Gems

Perhaps not the first state that springs to mind for a State-side holiday, but attractive on so many levels.  As a family holiday, the beaches are hard to beat and for keen golfers, the Carolinas offer some world class courses.

For more information on how we can tailor make your holiday please contact us on 01323 446550,or send us an e-mail at info@experienceholidays.co.uk
 

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Blue Ridge

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Explore the Skyline Drive and Blue Ridge Parkway in this driving route. Winding its way for over 550 miles of beautiful ridgeline, this drive should not be rushed. With a speed limit of 45mph and no commercial signs or vehicles, the Parkway is a gateway to many more interesting places. Allow at least 6 days to drive the whole route.

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Blue Ridge

Day 1 – 2: Skyline Drive
Day 3 – 6: Blue Ridge Parkway

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Winding its way for over 550 miles of beautiful ridgeline, this drive should not be rushed. With a speed limit of 45mph and no commercial signs or vehicles, the Parkway is a gateway to many more interesting places. Allow at least 6 days to drive the whole route – even better if you have longer.

Much of the route was built during the Great Depression as part of the work created by Roosevelt’s New Deal. In addition to stunning scenery the route passes through many historical areas giving you the opportunity to learn about the Appalachian life through the ages…

Here we take you on a journey along the drive and make suggestions to how you could extend your trip to make the perfect holiday

Day 1 – 2: Skyline Drive
Explore the 105 miles of the Skyline Drive, precursor to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Following Virginia’s long, gentle Shenandoah Valley; hiking, horseback riding and cycling are all on offer here – watch out for bald eagles, black bear, bobcats, deer, turkey and raccoon. The drive runs parallel to the US11 – this road was originally an animal path, then a Native American Trail, then a wagon road for European settlers. The road now links vibrant and interesting small towns. The area is steeped in history – the Shenandoah Valley was the setting for some of the most pivotal campaigns of the Civil War – explore historic sites, battlefields, courthouses, cemeteries, walking trails, and museums that tell the story of those years.

Day 3 – 6: Blue Ridge Parkway
Waynesboro is where the Skyline Drive ends and the Blue Ridge Parkway begins. Take at least 4 days for this part of the drive with regular stops along the way – perhaps at Roanoke, Blowing Rock, Asheville… There are so many places to explore – here are just a few suggestions

  • Take a short detour to visit the mountaintop home of Jefferson, Monticello
  • Explore one of the wine trails in Virginia
  • Take a scenic hike along stretches of the famed Appalachian Trail
  • Explore the roots of Mountain and Blue Grass music at the Blue Ridge Music Centre
  • Climb Chimney Rock for breathtaking views
  • Wander through Asheville’s historic vibrant downtown area with its museums, galleries and superb restaurants
  • Learn about the culture and history of the Cherokee Nation
  • Experience the amazing diversity of plant and animal life in the Great Smoky National Park…

More time? then here are just a few suggestions for extending your trip

  • Spend some time in the Capitol City: Washington DC is just 75 miles from the start of the Skyline Drive
  • Relax on the deck of your remote cabin in the Smoky Mountains.
  • Experience Southern hospitality in the historic southern cities of Charleston, Beaufort and Savannah
  • Head to the Carolina coast for a few days on one of the islands or un-spoilt beaches
  • Explore the coastal wildlife refuges of Southern Carolina – these wonderful salt marshes and tidal creeks support a huge diversity of wildlife including ibis, heron, egrets, alligators and deer …

Contact us and we will help you plan and put together a superb road trip

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Little Gems

Little Gems

This itinerary gives you an opportunity to get into the heart of the Appalachian Mountains.  Consider this as an alternative to New England for stunning fall colours 
 

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Region: Carolinas

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The Carolinas – take a drive down the USA’s Atlantic Coast and on the way discover beautiful beaches, a rich and interesting history, warm and genuine hospitality, charming towns and cities and an abundance of wonderful wildlife.  Your journey may encompass the Capital Region, Washington DC, Virginia, the Carolinas and Florida.  Home of the famous Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Great Smokey Mountains National Park – an International Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Yet another totally different area, and alternative to New England for Fall colours, or a journey through history both recent and not so recent .

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The East Coast USA

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 Enjoy the city and beach plus small towns and villages between Washington DC and Orlando.

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The East Coast USA

Take a drive down the USA’s Atlantic Coast and on the way discover beautiful beaches, a rich and interesting history, warm and genuine hospitality, charming towns and cities and an abundance of wonderful wildlife.

Day 1: Washington DC
Day 3: Williamsburg, VA
Day 4: Outer Banks
Day 6: Wilmington, NC
Day 8: Charleston
Day 10: Savannah
Day 12: Jekyll Island
Day 16: Depart Orlando

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Take a drive down the USA’s Atlantic Coast and on the way discover beautiful beaches, a rich and interesting history, warm and genuine hospitality, charming towns and cities and an abundance of wonderful wildlife.

Day 1: Washington DC
The journey begins (or ends) in the Capital City. There is so much to see and do including the famous Smithsonian Institution, the Holocaust Memorial Museum the Jefferson Memorial, Arlington Cemetery, the Washington Monument and The White House Visitors Centre. Take a cruise on the Potomac River. In the evening head for Dupont Circle where there is the opportunity to taste the city’s international culinary skills and nightlife.
Washington DC 2 nights

Day 3: Williamsburg, VA
Pick up a hire car and head south to Williamsburg – here you can step back in time and experience the living museums and battlefields of America’s Historical Triangle, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown.
Williamsburg 1 night

Day 4: Outer Banks
Continue south to the Outer Banks, a chain of barrier islands which stretch along the North Carolina coast. The area is known for its picturesque lighthouses and for its pirate lore – Blackbeard once sailed these waters. The area provides nesting grounds for resident and migratory birds and sea turtles and is home to wild horses which are thought to be descendants of Spanish mustangs which were shipwrecked off the coast. This is where Sir Water Raleigh settled his legendary lost colony of Roanoke. Visit the Wright Brothers Memorial at Kill Devil Hills – here the first powered flight was launched in 1903.
Outer Banks 2 nights

Day 6: Wilmington, NC
Continue to Wilmington; set beside the Cape Fear River, this attractive and historic town was vital as a blockade- running port during the Civil War and is now gateway to miles or pristine and un-crowded beaches.
Wilmington 2 nights

Day 8: Charleston
Cross over the border into South Carolina where you will find glitzy Myrtle Beach, part of the Grand Strand and the second most visited family and beach destination in the USA (after Florida). Hidden amongst the motels, malls, theme parks and amusement arcades you will find some gems – stunning state park beaches, wonderful Brookgreen Gardens and the picuresque fishing village of Murrels Inlet (a great place to stop for lunch and sample delicious seafood). On to gorgeous Old Southern city of Charleston, which blends, charm, history culture and great cuisine with warm southern hospitality.
Stroll or take a horse drawn buggy ride along narrow tree lined streets, past antibellum mansions, stunning gardens and historic churches. Enjoy a glass of wine in a rooftop bar as the sun sets over the harbour. Take a boat trip out to Fort Sumter where the first shots of the Civil War were fired. Kayak along tidal creeks and watch pelicans swoop down into the ocean.
Charleston 2 nights

Day 10: Savannah
Today, drive through Beaufort and on to the historic and romantic city of Savannah. Savannah’s role in the Civil War is legendary—a key city in the Confederacy it was one of the only towns left standing during Sherman’s famous “March to the Sea”. Stroll through historic squares which are filled with statues, fountains and lush vegetation. Take a trolley tour to see some of the restored buildings. In the evening walk along River Street and dine at one of the excellent restaurants.
Savannah 2 nights

Day 12: Jekyll Island
Today drive to Jekyll Island; once a winter playground for the rich and famous, it is the smallest of Georgia’s coastal islands. The Georgia coast is known for its natural beauty, eco tourism and unique islands which are waiting to be explored. There is a wealth of outdoor activities to be enjoyed including horse-riding, cycling, golf and wildlife viewing.
Jekyll Island 2 nights

Day 14: St Augustine Beach
And finally down into Florida for your final 2 nights. Founded in 1565, St Augustine is the oldest European-established city in the US. Stroll through the delightful historic city centre with its quaint cobblestones, historic homes and museums. With miles of beautiful beaches, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of your trip.
St Augustine Beach 2 nights

Day 16: Depart Orlando
Drive to Orlando Airport where you will drop off your car hire in time to check in for your direct flights back to the UK

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Little Gems

Little Gems

The Carolina’s coast is a great destination for a family beach holiday and for the golfers amongst you, there are several excellent courses you might like to try.  Consider extending this holiday with a few additional days at the beach before completing the itinerary.

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Region: Capital Region

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Many Americans never have a passport, and when you look at the diversity of landscape and experiences within their borders, it is little wonder. The Capital Region, Washington DC, the Carolinas and Virginia encompass the very heart of this extraordinary nation. This is the home of the famous Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Great Smokey Mountains National Park – an International Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site. Yet another totally different area, and alternative to New England for Fall colours, or a journey through history both recent and not so recent .

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Virgin Atlantic Sale

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Not sure where to go for your next holiday or thinking of going to the States? Now is the perfect time to book especially as Virgin Atlantic have just announced they’re having a sale!

So whether you want to hit the shops in New York, mingle with the stars in Los Angeles or try your luck in Las Vegas, with prices starting from £348 per person if you book before the 22nd September what are you waiting for?

Date restrictions and terms and conditions apply.

To take advantage of these great offers call us on 01323 446550 or email info@experienceholidays.co.uk for more information on how to book you bespoke, tailor made holiday today.

North Island of New Zealand

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Discover the natural beauty of the North Island with it’s volcanoes, geysers, forests and fascinating cities. This itinerary provides a comprehensive experience of the north island of New Zealand.

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North Island of New Zealand

Discover the natural beauty of the North Island with it’s volcanoes, geysers, forests and fascinating cities.

Day 1: Auckland

Day 3: Bay of Islands

Day 6: Coromandel

DAy 8: Rotorua

Day 10: Whakatane

Day12: Gisborne

Day 13: Napier

Day 15: Wellington

Day 17: Martinborough

Day 18: Tongariro

Day 20: Matamata/Hamilton

Day 21: Auckland

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Day 1: Auckland

Auckland is quite a large city by New Zealand standards, and certainly the busiest you will come across.  Attractions include the Skytower, the Viaduct Basin, various museums and possibly a day out to Waiheke Island.  The Viaduct Basin was built to host the Americas Cup a few years ago – and there are Americas Cup yachts in the basin that offer sailing trips out into the Hauraki Gulf.

Two nights Auckland

Day 3: Bay of Islands

The very northern tip of the North Island is well worth a visit. The towns of Paihia and Russell are on opposite sides of the estuary, and from a base here, you might like to explore Cape Reinga and Ninety-mile Beach. The Waitangi Treaty was signed near Paihia.

Three nights Bay of Islands

Day 6: Coromandel

Coming south through Auckland, and then to the east is the Coromandel Peninsular.  This is home to Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove, and has some lovely scenery, with rain forest in the central spine.  There is some old mining history here for those interested, and good sea fishing as well.

Two nights Coromandel

Day 8: Rotorua

Rotorua was the original tourist destination in the 1800’s, featuring the extraordinary pink and white terraces, which were destroyed in a volcanic eruption in the 1880’s.  Visit the Museum where you can learn about the devastating eruption, followed by a visit to Te Puia, the Maori Arts and Craft Centre.  Te Puia is also home to Whakawerawera thermal reserve.  Follow this with a visit to the Buried Village – the remains of the devastation of the 1880’s, and finally Lake Tarawera.  There are also a number of other thermal parks around the area.

Two nights Rotorua

Day 10: Whakatane

Heading to the coast, Whakatane borders the Bay of Plenty and is best known as the gateway to White Island. The island is home to an active volcano, with steam pretty constantly expelled from it, along with the smell of sulphur. Take a trip by boat, or see the island from the air by helicopter. It is possible (dependent on volcanic activity) to take a walk of the inner crater – quite a unique experience.

Two nights Whakatane

Day 12: Gisborne

There are two routes to Gisborne, and if time allows for the longer route, the coastal State Highway 35 is ‘off the beaten track’ and beautifully scenic. Gisborne itself is the first city in the world to see the sun of each new day, and is home to some lovely beaches.

One night Gisborne

Day 13: Napier

Hawke Bay is surrounded by a circle of rugged hills, giving it its unique micro-climate, and making it the perfect location for vineyards and market gardens.  Cape Kidnappers is here, if birds are of interest to you and there are some good views to be had from Te Mata Peak.  Napier itself suffered a major earthquake in the 1930’s and was rebuilt in Art Deco style.

Two nights Napier

Day 15: Wellington

This is the capital city and apart from the parliament buildings and botanical gardens, it is also home to the wonderful Te Papa Museum. It is also a unique building in that the foundations are built like a sponge and sit squarely on a major fault.  They are built to withstand quite a sizeable tremor. 

Two nights Wellington

Day 17: Martinborough

Martinborough is located in the heart of the Wairarapa wine region. This is lesser known than Hawke Bay, but well worth a visit for wine aficionados. It’s also a great region for fresh produce, and as a result there are some excellent restaurants in the area.

One night Martinborough

Day 18: Tongariro

This is a National Park and home to several volcanoes – Mt Ruapehu amongst them.  There is also a long distance walking trail here – the Tongariro crossing, which is not an easy walk but with stunning scenery.

Two nights Tongariro

Before heading to Tongariro if time allows, you might like to add in a side trip to the west of the island. Visit Wanganui, and try jetboating, or head into Wanganui National Park for one of the Department of Conservation’s ‘Great Walks’ – except this one is technically a kayaking trip instead of a walk! Also visit the coastal town of New Plymouth – popular for surfers, but also the gateway to Egmont National Park and Mt Taranaki.

Day 20: Matamata/Hamilton

Located on the banks of the Waikato River, Hamilton and the surrounding Waikato region are well known for farming. The nearby small town of Matamata is home to Hobbiton – the movie set for the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit franchises. Also in the Waikato region are the Waitomo glow worm caves, with gentle boat trips offered alongside extreme activities such as black water rafting.

One night Matamata/Hamilton

Day 21: Depart Auckland

Return to Auckland for the onward or homeward journey.

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Picture courtesy of Waimangu Volcanic Valley

Picture courtesy of Waimangu Volcanic Valley

Little Gems

Little Gems

Gisborne is the first city in the world to see the sun of each new day, so make sure you set your alarm, find a nice spot and watch the sunrise.

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