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for yourself the fascinating geothermal activity, vast lakes and
tranquil farmland of this stunning region.
If the North Island is New Zealand’s beating cultural heart, then
the South Island must be a showcase for astonishing panoramas.
It’s rare to witness such diverse and vastly changeable scenery over
such a small area, each region more awe-inspiring than the last.
You can discover all this and more, on the 7 Day New Zealand
Self-Drive Escape. You may choose to explore the urban delights
of Auckland, or travel further afield to New Zealand ’s birthplace,
Northland. Travel off the beaten track and explore the windswept
shores of the South Island ’s isolated West Coast, a remote stretch
of coastline, rich in history. Discover the old whaling port of
Kaikoura, now a famous whale-watching centre. Travel to
magnificent Queenstown, where stunning alpine scenery is close
at hand, or take a trip to Fiordland, where mighty mountains rise
from the deep fiords, creating mystical landscapes. A self-drive
journey through New Zealand allows the open road to beckon,
with a comfy bed waiting for you at night.
The Kirra Holidays 7 Day New Zealand Self-Drive Escape starts at
$696* per person, twin share. This package includes an open-dated
accommodation pass, which gives you access to over 90 quality
motels across New Zealand and allows you the freedom to choose
your own adventure. Travel across the North Island, drive deep
into the Southern Alps, or spend a week in one region – the choice
is yours. R ACT Travel can also provide you with destination
suggestions and popular sightseeing ideas for your trip.
New Zealand is a country filled with incredible gems that will
strike awe into even the most intrepid visitors, making it an
unbelievably rewarding holiday destination. A stunning heartland
of Maori culture and history, this natural panorama is a patchwork
of soaring alps, vast plains, immense glaciers and sandy beaches.
New Zealand is a place to be cherished and a landscape that should
New Zealand ’s North Island provides visitors with a lush paradise
of rolling hills and hidden wonders. On your journey, you’ ll gain
a deeper insight into the culture of the Maori people and witness
Terms & Conditions: Prices are correct as at 15 Jun 2015. Prices based on per person, twin share travel in Nov 2015. Valid for travel 01 Nov 2015 - 31 Mar 2016. Valid for new bookings made by 31 Oct 2015. All normal Budget terms & conditions apply. Rental
car can be collected from Auckland, Christchurch or Wellington. Surcharges may apply to selected locations. ^Member Bonus: $25 sightseeing voucher per person. Voucher is non-transferrable & may not be redeemed for cash. Voucher must be redeemed at
the time of booking. One voucher per person per booking. Not valid in conjunction with any other offers. To book please quote #473628. Prices exclude airfares, taxes, visas, insurance & compulsor y payments to third par ties. Prices are subject to availability &
change. The price shown is for cash payment – credit card fees of up to 2% will apply. For any additional travel arrangements outside of this offer ser vice fees may apply. Further conditions apply, please ask at the time of booking for full details. Kirra Holidays
ATAS No. A10516. RACT Travel Pty Ltd ATAS No. A11470 ABN 45 144 538 803.
per person, twin share
YOUR PACKAGE INCLUDES:
6 days Budget car hire (Toyota Corolla auto
6 nights open dated Golden Chain
Choose the locations you want to visit with this
self-drive package. The Golden Chain open dated
passes included in the package give you access
to over 90 quality motels across New Zealand.
Travel across the North Island, drive around the
alps of the South Island, or spend a week in one
region to discover more - the choice is yours!
For further information please call 1300 368 111 or contact your nearest branch
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