5 Days


New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. It consists of two main landmasses—the North Island and the South Island —and over  700 smaller islands. It is the sixth-largest island country by area, covering 268,021 square kilometres. Queenstown, New Zealand, sits on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps. Renowned for adventure sports, it’s also  a base for exploring the region’s vineyards and historic mining towns. Milford Sound is a fiord in the southwest of New Zealand’s South Island. It’s known for towering Mitre Peak, plus rainforests and waterfalls like Stirling and Bowen falls, which plummet down its sheer sides. The fiord is home to fur seal colonies, penguins and dolphins. Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height, as of 2014, is listed as 3,724 metres. It sits in the Southern Alps, the mountain range  that runs the length of the South Island. A popular tourist destination, it is also a favourite challenge for mountain climbers.

Trip Highlights:

  • Queenstown Airport to Hotel
  • Queenstown Sightseeing
  • Milford Sound Experience Tour
  • Mount Cook tour
  • Transfer from Airport-Hotel-Airport


Welcome to Queenstown! On arrival, you will be transfer to your hotel (Check-in time is after 3.00 pm). Overnight stay at Queenstown.
Today, after breakfast at the hotel make the best of the Multi-Activity Passes Thrillzone. Queenstown’s ThrillZone theme park offers something for the whole family. Take part in a thrilling 360° Virtual Reality experience on a state-of- the-art simulator; be entertained by 3D movies, multi-sensory effects, and active motion seats in the 12D Motion Theatre; challenge friends or family to a game of Lasertag or Heroblast in the 360° Battleground; or get your adrenaline pumping on a drift kart.Overnight stay at Queenstown.
Today, after breakfast at the hotel and proceed for day trip to Milford Sound Experience. See the wonders of Mitre Peak, glacier- scarred rock walls and waterfalls that tumble through valleys and crash into the sea far below. Overnight stay at Queenstown.
Today, after breakfast at the hotel proceed for Full day Mount Cook tour. Travel north through the historic gold mining region of the rugged Kawarau River Gorgeand past Cromwell, famed for its fruit-growing. Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Mount Cook Village, where you can gaze up at the 3,724 metre-high mountain Aoraki / Mount Cook. Return back to your hotel. Overnight stay at Queenstown.
Morning breakfast at hotel. Check out from hotel & free time until drop to airport for sweet home.


The term of cost includes:

  • 04 Nights hotel accommodations in Queenstown.
  • Meal : As per Plan. 
  • Queenstown Sightseeing.
  • Milford Sound Experience Tour.
  • Mount Cook tour.
  • Transfer from Airport-Hotel-Airport.
  • All sightseeing & tours by SIC Basis.

The term of cost excludes:

  • Meal Which is not included.
  • Guest Insurance.
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions.
  • Personal Expenses. 
  • All Entry fees.
  • Air Fare / Train Fare.
  • VISA
  • Local Tax


When is the best time to visit New Zealand?

You can visit New Zealand at any time of the year. Summer and winter temperatures vary by only about 10ºC over most of the country, making New Zealand an ideal
holiday destination all year round.New Zealand has four quite distinct seasons – Spring (September – November), Summer (December – February), Autumn/Fall (March – May)
and Winter (June – August).In summer there’s plenty of sunshine, and activities in and around the water include rafting, snorkelling, diving and kayaking.You’ll find snow on the mountains in winter and excellent skiing. Away from the mountains, New Zealand winters are mild and temperatures generally do not fall below freezing.

Do I need a passport or visa to enter New Zealand?

All visitors to New Zealand must carry a passport that is valid for at least three months beyond the date you intend to leave the country.Most visitors who intend to stay for less than three months do not require a visa. If you want to stay longer than three months, or your country of origin does not have a visa waiver agreement with New Zealand, then you will need to apply for a Visitor’s Visa.

Is it safe to drink the water in New Zealand?

New Zealand cities and towns have excellent water supplies and in all cases tap water is fresh and safe to drink. Water from rivers and lakes should be boiled, chemically treated or filtered before drinking to avoid stomach upsets.

What kind of night-life is available in New Zealand?

Lively DJ and band scenes, particularly in the larger cities, have given New Zealand’s night life a renewed vibrancy. You will find a variety of night-clubs, cabarets, pubs, concerts and live performances to choose from, and there are also four casinos, in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown.

What types of accommodation are available in New Zealand?

New Zealand offers a wide range of accommodation options from top-class hotels, exclusive lodges, motels, guest houses, and farm or homestays to holiday parks and
backpacker hostels.You might also like the freedom to discover New Zealand at your own pace in a campervan. Two, four or six berth vans are available to rent, offering all the comforts of home including a shower, refrigerator and microwave.

When is the best time to go trekking/hiking in New Zealand?

Tracks such as the Abel Tasman, Heaphy and Queen Charlotte Sounds Walkway located at the top of the South Island can be walked all year round. However, those tracks at higher altitudes such as the world famous Milford Track, Kepler and Routeburn are closed in the winter due to snow. You must book to walk the Milford and Routeburn tracks, which are open between October and April.

What is the water temperature?

The water temperature of the sea surrounding New Zealand varies between seasons, and is warmer the further north you go.In winter, the ocean temperature surrounding
the lower South Island drops as low as 8°C, whilst around the upper North Island water temperatures average around 15°C.In summer the sea temperature around the South Island varies from around 14°C to 18°C. The North Island water temperatures are lovely and warm at around 20-22°C.

What's the climate like?

New Zealand’s seasons are the reverse of the Northern Hemisphere. This means that the warmest months are December, January and February, while the coldest are in June, July and August. Don’t let cold months put you off – winters tend to be short and generally fairly mild.

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