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New Zealand honeymoon packages - Browse through a wide range of New Zealand trips for couples with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized New Zealand couple tour packages with exciting deals & offers.

The New Zealand honeymoon packages are a perfect blend of sightseeing, adventure, and romance. You can browse through a variety of packages offered by Thrillophilia, along with amazing deals and offers. The honeymoon packages are carefully curated and can be personalized to provide you with the best honeymoon vacation.

Visiting this beautiful country with gorgeous landscapes, pristine beaches, and serene lakes on your New Zealand honeymoon trip will never let you down. Instead, it offers an unparalleled vacation and romantic moments with your partner. Thrillophilia also offers crazy discounts and offers to make it easier for you to plan your trip. It also provides exclusive discounts and packages to ensure that you have an idyllic honeymoon that turns your dreams into reality.

The New Zealand couple package includes everything from authentic cuisines, thrilling activities, and a visit to the major attractions such as Waitomo Caves, a tour of the wineries, a glimpse of the glaciers, and so much more. Explore this beautiful country and make the most of your honeymoon trip with Thrillophilia by your side, offering a memorable and seamless vacation.

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Popular Destinations to Visit for New Zealand Honeymoon Trip

1. Queenstown: Queenstown in Southern New Zealand is cozily perched on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu with the spectacular snow-capped Alpine ranges in the background. Offering a plethora of extreme sports like Bungee jumping, skydiving, rafting, canyoning, zip lining, and jet boating. Adventure loving couples can book Queentown tour packages & enjoy untamed thrill together.

2. AucklandStretching from Manukau Harbour to Waitemata Harbour, Aucland is also known as the "City of Sails". Couples can enjoy sightseeing the major attraction like Sky Tower Auckland, Waitemata Harbour, Auckland Harbour Bridge, War Memorial Museum, One Tree Hill, Art Gallery, and Waiheke Island with Auckland tour Packages. You can also explore the region's wineries, volcanoes, and islands.

3. Bay of IslandsMade up of more than 140 subtropical islands between Cape Brett and the Purerua Peninsula, Bay of Islands is a paradise for those who love beaches and water sports. The region brims with wildlife and marine wildlife. Popular activities here are nature walking, camping cruising, yacht rides, sea kayaking, diving, and snorkeling.

4. RotoruaLocated in the Pacific Rim of Fire, Rotorua is a geothermal paradise that is famous for its steaming mud pools, natural hot springs, sparkling lakes and Maori culture. Honeymooners can marvel at the distinctive landscapes, soak together in a natural hot stream or indulge in a luxurious spa session. Other activities that you can try as a part of the Rotorua tour packages are bungy jumping, fishing, luging, zorbing, and ziplining.

5. ChristchurchOne of the largest cities in New Zealand, couples can spend a lot of laid back time together at its urban city. By booking Christchurch tour packages you can visit the New Regent Street which looks stunning with Spanish Mission style architecture and savor delicious food and drinks. Other key attractions you can visit here with New Zealand honeymoon packages are the Cathedral Square, Oxford Terrace + Avon, Cardboard Cathedral, and Cashel Street.

6. Milford SoundThis beautiful fiord in South Island is located within the Piopiotahi Marine Reserve. The towering Mitre Peak along with the lush rainforests and waterfalls like Stirling and Bowen falls make Milford Sound look extremely picturesque. Couples can book boat tours and witness fur seal colonies, penguins and dolphins. You can also visit the Milford Discovery Centre and Underwater Observatory with New Zealand honeymoon packages and witness captivating views of rare black coral and other marine life.

7. WellingtonThis capital city of New Zealand is the primary hub for art and culture. The city is dotted with tucked-away bars, cafés, and international restaurants where couples can spend quality time. Some of the must-visit places that you can explore with Wellington tour packages are Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Zealandia Te Mara a Tane, Wellington Cable Car, Wellington Zoo, Wellington Museum, and Weta Cave. 

8. WanakaThis resort town in South Island serves as the gateway to the Southern Alps' Mount Aspiring National Park. The city is famous for its hiking trails such as Roy's Peak and Diamond Lake Walk, the serene Wanaka Lake, and the Alps mountains. Couples can book New Zealand honeymoon packages and visit the lavender farm and the Wanaka Tree or ski at Cardrona.

Visa Requirements for New Zealand Honeymoon Tours

Indians need to apply for a visitor visa, so that you can travel to New Zealand for tourism purposes. To get your visa approved, your passport should be valid for at least three months longer than your expected departure date. You can apply for a visitor visa online and the New Zealand Visitor Visa costs about INR 14,500 per person. The average VISA processing time is less than 8 days for most Indians. Once the visa is approved, you will get a digital copy. The New Zealand visitor visa allows Indians to stay for a maximum of 9 in New Zealand within an 18-month timeframe.

Best Time for New Zealand Honeymoon Tour

New Zealand welcomes tourists year-round with its diverse and breathtaking beauty.

1. Peak Season: The peak tourist season in New Zealand is the summer season (December - May). This is the best time to get sun-kissed at New Zealand beaches, participate in adventure activities and be a part of the vibrant festivals, go on nature exploration and enjoy sightseeing.

2. Shoulder Season:  The shoulder seasons in New Zealand are from September to November. These months are characterized by pleasant temperatures, blooming landscapes, and captivating autumn foliage. As there is ample sunlight, you can enjoy sightseeing tours, hiking, biking and other outdoor beach activities.

3. Waning Season: The waning season (June - August) in New Zealand experiences freezing winter. You can visit the country during this season to witness the beauty of alpine landscapes without the crowds. This season is ideal for those who enjoy skiing.

Places to Visit on New Zealand for Couple

Here are some of the best places to visit for couple

1. Waitomo Glowworm CavesThis world-famous attraction is a place where the sight of thousands of glow worms will leave you mesmerized. You will enjoy a boat ride with the glow worms beaming above you, a magical experience. Waitomo Glowworms caves have been alluring the tourists for the past 130 years and still retains its charm.

You can also explore two more caves, including Ruakuri Caves welcoming you with its spiral entrance and providing a sight of the limestone formations and crystal tapestries. The Aranui Cave offers sparkling formations and the breathtaking view of the pink, brown, and white stalactites and stalagmites offering an entrancing experience. Visiting the Waitomo Caves should be included in your New Zealand honeymoon packages.

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Location: Northern King Country region of the North Island of New Zealand, 12 km northwest of Te Kuiti.

2. Lake WakatipuAn earlier mode of transport in Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu, is one of the best places to visit on your New Zealand honeymoon trip. This lake has become one of the most beautiful tourist attractions over the years and is considered one of the longest lakes in New Zealand.

It is shaped like a lightning bolt and possesses a fascinating history as it was formed by glaciers around 1500 years ago. You can go on a scenic cruise and witness the breathtaking views of the mountains or indulge in adventure activities; this lake is sure to offer you a memorable experience.

Location: Otago Region of the South Island.

3. Waiheke IslandWaiheke Island is nothing less than a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered on your New Zealand honeymoon trip. This island is home to everything from serene, beautiful beaches, exotic wines to delectable cuisines, and fantastic nature tours.

Take in the bewitching scenic views, visit the art galleries or take back home the best olive oil; this island is sure to dwell in your heart. A perfect getaway from the hustle of city life, you can sail on a ferry or just lay back and relax, you will have an enchanting time at Waiheke Island.

Location: Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand.

4. Te Papa Museum, Wellington: The Te Papa Museum is the national museum of the country and a famous art gallery that houses the many treasures of New Zealand. This is one place you need to visit if you wish to find out about New Zealand’s history and culture and traditions. Everything from the Maori culture to the art heritages can be found here, waiting to be explored and experienced and understood.

Location: The Te Papa Museum is located at 55 Cable St, Te Aro, on the waterfront in Wellington.

5. Cable Car Museum, Wellington: For someone visiting New Zealand honeymoon packages from India, the Cable Car Museum is a place to learn about the original Winding House. The museum has some of the winding machinery that are historic, along with two original grip cars that you can see here. This transportation system was used for over a hundred years to transport the people from the hills to the harbour and vice versa.

Location: The Cable Car Museum is located on 1A Upland Rd, Kelburn.

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New Zealand FAQ's

Which are the best places to visit in New Zealand?

  1. Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, Canterbury: Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, Canterbury is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. It is home to the highest mountain in the country, Aoraki/Mount Cook and offers stunning views of the surrounding alpine landscape. The park provides opportunities for hiking, climbing, skiing, and camping, as well as plenty of other outdoor activities. There are also a variety of accommodation options and plenty of stunning lakes, glaciers and rivers to explore.

    Location: Canterbury 7999, New Zealand
    Timing: 08:30 a.m. to 04:30 p.m. 

  2. Milford Sound, New Zealand: Milford Sound is one of the most beautiful places to visit in New Zealand. It is home to stunning waterfalls, rainforests and mountains, making it a must-see destination. From the incredible views of Mitre Peak to the peaceful tranquillity of the deep blue waters, it is an experience like no other. Whether you enjoy kayaking, hiking or simply being one with nature, Milford Sound has something for everyone.

    Location: Fiordland, New Zealand

  3. Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand: The Franz Josef Glacier is one of New Zealand's most spectacular natural wonders. Located in the Southern Alps, it is a truly awe-inspiring sight. The glacier is easily accessible and provides visitors with a unique opportunity to witness the power of nature up close. From the glacier, visitors can enjoy stunning views of the mountains and the surrounding rainforest. An unforgettable experience, the Franz Josef Glacier is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand.

    Location: West Coast, New Zealand
    Timing: 08:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. 

  4. Sky Tower, Auckland: The Sky Tower in Auckland is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. Standing at an impressive 328 meters, it offers stunning views of the city and beyond. Visitors can also enjoy a range of activities such as the Sky Jump, Sky Walk and the Sky Cafe, as well as a range of dining and entertainment options. It's a great place to visit for both locals and tourists alike.

    Location: Victoria Street West, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
    Entry Fee: NZ$25 onwards 

  5. Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand: The Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand are a must-visit for anyone looking for an unforgettable experience. Marvel at the thousands of twinkling glow worms as you take a boat ride through the caves, or explore the underground on a guided walking tour. This ancient subterranean wonder is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand and is sure to be a highlight of your trip.

    Location: 39 Waitomo Village Road, Waitomo Caves 3977, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Entry Fee: NZ$61 onwards 

  6. Queenstown Garden: Queenstown Garden is one of New Zealand's most beautiful spots, offering stunning views of Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables mountain range. With its lush green lawns, winding paths, and vibrant flower beds, the garden is an ideal place for a leisurely stroll, a picnic, or just relaxing and taking in the scenery. It's an excellent destination for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

    Location: Unnamed Road, 9300, New Zealand
    Entry Fee: NZ$20 onwards 

  7. Abel Tasman National Park: Abel Tasman National Park is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. It is renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, golden sand beaches and crystal clear waters. It offers a range of activities, including kayaking, sailing, fishing and swimming, as well as bush and nature walks. The park also provides unique cultural experiences, with traditional Maori sites to explore. A visit to Abel Tasman National Park is a must for anyone looking for an unforgettable New Zealand experience.

    Location: South Island 7183, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Entry Fee: NZ$5 onwards 

  8. Tongariro National Park, Manawatu-Wanganui: Tongariro National Park, Manawatu-Wanganui is a stunning natural beauty in New Zealand. It is a World Heritage Site and one of the best places to visit. Here you can enjoy the stunning views of volcanic mountain peaks, alpine lakes, and lush forests. There are many walking and cycling trails to take, as well as the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, a stunning day-long hike. There is something here for everyone to enjoy, making Tongariro National Park a must-see destination.

    Location: Manawatu-Wanganui 4691, New Zealand
    Timing: 08:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. 

  9. Paihia Wharf, Paihia: Paihia Wharf is a popular tourist destination in New Zealand. Located in the stunning Bay of Islands, it offers an array of activities such as sailing, swimming, kayaking, and fishing. With its long pier and stunning views, Paihia Wharf is one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. From here, visitors can take in views of the ocean, nearby islands, and the surrounding bush, making it the perfect spot for a day out.

    Location: Bay of Islands, New Zealand

  10. Coromandel Peninsula: The Coromandel Peninsula is a must-see destination in New Zealand. It's home to stunning beaches, rainforests, and rugged mountains. You can explore the area's many attractions, including hot water beaches, native bush, and historic gold mining sites. There are also plenty of activities to enjoy, from kayaking and fishing to cycling and hiking. With its stunning scenery, diverse wildlife, and vibrant culture, the Coromandel Peninsula is one of the best places to be.

    Location: North Island, New Zealand

Which are some of the best cities to visit in New Zealand?

  1. Auckland: Auckland is a stunning city with something for everyone. From the beautiful beaches and lush parks to the bustling nightlife and vibrant culture, Auckland is an amazing place to visit in New Zealand. There is a great selection of restaurants, shops and activities, making it one of the most popular destinations in the country. Whether you're looking for a relaxing holiday or an adventure-filled adventure, Auckland is the perfect place for you.

  2. Christchurch: Christchurch is a great city to visit in New Zealand. It offers a unique mix of urban and rural amenities, as well as plenty of activities and attractions to keep tourists entertained. From the city's iconic Botanic Gardens to the enchanting nearby countryside, there is something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a relaxing getaway or an action-packed adventure, Christchurch has it all.

  3. Wellington: Wellington is an amazing city to visit in New Zealand. It is full of amazing sights and activities, from beautiful beaches to exciting nightlife. There is something for everyone, from outdoor adventurers to culture seekers. The city's unique blend of vibrant cultural events, stunning waterfronts and exciting outdoor activities make it one of the best cities to visit in New Zealand.

  4. Hamilton: Hamilton is one of the best cities to visit in New Zealand. It is a vibrant and modern city with a lot of attractions and activities to offer, from shopping and nightlife to nature walks and parks. Hamilton also boasts a variety of art galleries, museums, restaurants and cafes. It is the perfect destination for a memorable and enjoyable holiday.

  5. Rotorua: Rotorua is one of the best cities to visit in New Zealand. It offers a unique combination of geothermal activity, Maori culture, and stunning landscapes. With hot springs, bubbling mud pools, and incredible geysers, Rotorua is a must-see destination for anyone looking to explore the beauty of New Zealand.

  6. Napier-Hastings: Napier-Hastings is one of the best cities to visit in New Zealand. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and plenty of attractions to explore. With its unique Art Deco architecture and stunning landscapes, it's a great place to spend a few days.

What are the best things to do in New Zealand?

  1. Sail in the Bay of Islands: Sailing in the Bay of Islands is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. It's an amazing experience, with stunning scenery, crystal clear waters and an abundance of marine life. The islands are scattered with secluded coves and beaches, making them a great spot for exploring and relaxing. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced sailor, the Bay of Islands offers something for everyone.

    Location: North Island, New Zealand
    Price: NZ$ 700 onwards

  2. Visit the volcanic Rangitoto Island: Visiting Rangitoto Island is easily one of the best things to do in New Zealand. This volcanic island is home to beautiful beaches, native flora and fauna, and stunning views of Auckland. A walk to the summit is a must-do, and you can even explore the lava caves during your visit.

    Location: Hauraki Gulf, Auckland, New Zealand
    Price: NZ$ 40 onwards (for ferry)

  3. Kayak around Cathedral Cove: Kayaking around Cathedral Cove in New Zealand is an unforgettable experience. Gliding over the crystal clear waters and exploring the majestic rock formations is a magical way to take in the beauty of the area. It's one of the best things to do in New Zealand and an absolute must-do for any visitor.

    Location: New Zealand
    Timing: 06:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m.
    Price: NZ$125 onwards 

  4. Relax at the Hot Water Beach: Relaxing at Hot Water Beach is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. Here, visitors can dig their own hot water pool, relax in the warm sand and enjoy the spectacular natural surroundings. It's the perfect place to kick back and enjoy the sun, sea and sand. Plus, hot water is known for its therapeutic benefits, making it a must-do activity for anyone visiting New Zealand.

    Location: North Island, New Zealand

  5. Hang Out at the Hamilton Gardens: Hanging out at the Hamilton Gardens is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. There are different themed gardens to explore and enjoy, such as themed gardens from around the world, native and contemporary gardens, and gardens devoted to New Zealand's culture, history and art. Enjoy a picnic lunch or take a leisurely stroll in this tranquil setting and soak up the beauty of this unique destination.

    Location: Hungerford Crescent, Hamilton 3216, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Price: NZ$20 

  6. Enjoy at the Hobbiton: Visiting Hobbiton is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. It is a magical place where you can experience the scenes from the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies. You can explore the Hobbit holes and learn about the movies that have been filmed here. Enjoy the peaceful and picturesque setting of the Shire and the rolling green hills.

    Location: 501 Buckland Road, Matamata 3472, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Price: NZ$ 89 onwards 

  7. Visit the Bubbling Mud Pools in Rotorua: Visiting the bubbling mud pools in Rotorua is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. The pools are located in a geothermal area and the bubbling mud is a unique and amazing experience. The mud is said to have healing properties and many people come here to rejuvenate their minds and body. The area is also home to beautiful geysers and hot springs, making it an unforgettable experience.

    Location: Rotorua, New Zealand

  8. Spot Humpback Whales in Kaikoura: Spotting humpback whales in Kaikoura is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. The majestic creatures can be seen year-round and offer an unforgettable experience. The crystal-clear waters of Kaikoura provide an ideal setting for whale watching, as the whales come close to shore so you can get an up-close glimpse. It's a great opportunity to observe these amazing creatures in their natural environment.

    Location: Kaikoura, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 03:30 p.m.
    Price: NZ$ 160 onwards 

  9. Go River Rafting Down the Waiau Uwha River: River rafting down the Waiau Uwha River in New Zealand is an exhilarating experience. With stunning views, thrilling rapids, and an abundance of wildlife, it's one of the best things to do in the country. From grade 2 to grade 5 rapids, river rafting is the perfect way to explore the wild beauty of the South Island.

    Location: South Island, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Price: NZ$ 500 onwards
     
  10. Visit New Zealand’s Castle: Visiting New Zealand's Castle is one of the best things to do in New Zealand. The site is stunning and a great way to explore the country's history. You can marvel at the intricate architecture, take in the beautiful views, and even explore the surrounding countryside. You can even spend the day discovering the castle or take a guided tour and learn about its fascinating past.

    Location: 145 Camp Road, Larnachs Castle, Dunedin 9077, New Zealand
    Timing: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
    Price: NZ$ 39 onwards

What are the best adventure things to do in New Zealand?

  1. Skydiving: New Zealand is one of the best places to experience skydiving in the world! Take in the beautiful views of the country’s majestic mountains, lush forests and stunning coastlines as you freefall through the sky. 

  2. Canyoning: An adrenaline-filled adventure, canyoning involves descending a river in a canyon, using a variety of techniques such as abseiling, rappelling, swimming and climbing. With more than 3,000 canyons to explore in New Zealand, it’s a great way to experience the country’s wild beauty. 

  3. Kayaking: New Zealand’s many rivers, lakes and coastline provide plenty of opportunities for kayaking. Explore remote areas and get up close to the country’s abundant wildlife, or simply enjoy the beautiful scenery. 

  4. Bungee Jumping: One of the most popular adventure activities in New Zealand, bungee jumping is a great way to get your adrenaline pumping. Jump off one of the many purpose-built bridges around the country, and experience the thrill of freefalling before the bungee cord brings you back up.

Which are the best museums to visit in New Zealand?

  1. Auckland War Memorial Museum: Located in Auckland, this museum is the largest in New Zealand and showcases the country’s Maori culture, colonial history, and natural history. It is home to a variety of collections and exhibitions that focus on Maori culture, the country’s involvement in wars, and other vital events in New Zealand’s history. 

  2. Te Papa Tongarewa: Located in Wellington, this museum was established in 1936 and is one of the most important cultural institutions in New Zealand. Te Papa Tongarewa is home to a wide range of collections, including art, history, and science. There are regular interactive exhibitions, educational activities, and workshops available for visitors.

  3. Otago Museum: This museum is located in Dunedin and is renowned for its extensive collection of Maori and Pacific artefacts. The museum features a variety of interactive displays and exhibits and has a particular focus on the history and culture of the Otago region. 

  4. Canterbury Museum: Located in Christchurch, this museum is home to a wide range of collections and exhibitions that explore the history of the Canterbury region. It houses a variety of scientific, cultural, and historical artefacts, and provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about the region’s past.

Do we need a visa to visit New Zealand?

No, you do not need a visa to visit New Zealand as a visitor for up to 6 months. However, you will require an NZeTA, or New Zealand electronic Travel Authority before your visit.

What is the best time to visit New Zealand?

The best time to visit New Zealand is during the summer months, from December to February. This is when you can expect the best weather and some of the most spectacular scenery, with clear skies and plenty of sunshine. It's also a great time to experience the country's vibrant culture and take part in the many outdoor activities.

How long does it take to explore New Zealand?

Exploring New Zealand can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks, depending on your itinerary. The country is packed with exciting activities, stunning landscapes and interesting experiences, so it's worth taking the time to enjoy it all.

Which are the best beaches to visit in New Zealand?

  1. Piha Beach: Located on Auckland’s west coast, Piha Beach is one of New Zealand’s most iconic beaches. It is known for its wild surf and large black sand beach, making it an ideal spot for experienced surfers. The beach is also a popular spot for families, who come to enjoy the beautiful views, swimming, and picnicking. 

  2. Abel Tasman National Park: With its crystal clear waters and golden sand beaches, Abel Tasman National Park is a must-visit spot in New Zealand. The park is home to some of the most pristine beaches in the country, with a range of activities, including kayaking, swimming, snorkelling, and walking.
     
  3. Cathedral Cove: Located on the Coromandel Peninsula, Cathedral Cove is one of the most stunning beaches in the country. It is known for its white sand, turquoise waters, and stunning rock formations. Visitors to the beach can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and kayaking. 

  4. Muriwai Beach: Located on the west coast of Auckland, Muriwai Beach is a great spot for swimming, surfing, and relaxing. The beach is famous for its black sand and rolling surf, making it a popular spot for experienced surfers. 

  5. Hot Water Beach: Located on the Coromandel Peninsula, Hot Water Beach is a unique spot to visit in New Zealand. Famous for its geothermal hot springs, visitors can dig their own spa pool in the sand and enjoy the warm water.

What is the currency of New Zealand and where can I get my money exchanged?

The currency of New Zealand is New Zealand Dollars. Internationals flyers can get their currency changed at the number of money exchangers located in different parts of the country. Every city has multiple service providers and most of the are banks. Airports also have money exchangers so you can get your currency exchanged at the airport itself in order to not face any inconvenience later.

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Junran Wan
Reviewed: 07 Mar 2023
5.0/5
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Nathan Scott
Reviewed: 08 Feb 2024
5.0/5
Choosing Thrillophilia for my New Zealand and Australia vacation package was a fantastic decision! The Redwoods Treewalking in Rotorua and the Waimangu Geothermal Valley excursion were truly captivating. The Milford Sound Cruise provided stunning views of Mitre Peak and Stirling Falls. The guided to... Read More
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Sachin Sharma
Reviewed: 28 Jan 2024
5.0/5
Booking the North & South New Zealand tour through Thrillophilia was an absolute delight. Their meticulous planning and attention to detail ensured a seamless and unforgettable journey through the breathtaking landscapes of both islands. From exploring the vibrant cities to immersing ourselves in th... Read More
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Reena Reena
Reviewed: 02 Feb 2024
5.0/5
Booking a vacation through Thrillophilia for my trip to New Zealand and Australia was an absolute game-changer! The Redwoods Treewalking in Rotorua and the Waimangu Geothermal Valley excursion were breathtaking experiences. The Milford Sound Cruise was a highlight, offering stunning views of Mitre P... Read More
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Aparjeet Nakai
Reviewed: 02 Feb 2024
5.0/5
New Zealand Tour with Thrillophilia was like stepping into a postcard of natural wonders and cultural richness. Rotorua's bubbling mud pools and geysers were a sensory delight... But it was the South Island that stole my heart, with its majestic fjords and glaciers carving through pristine landscape... Read More
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Harsh Parihar
Reviewed: 06 Feb 2024
5.0/5
The North & South New Zealand tour with Thrillophilia exceeded expectations. It offered a perfect blend of scenic beauty, cultural experiences, and comfortable accommodations. From exploring glaciers to soaking in hot springs, every moment was memorable. The knowledgeable guides enhanced our underst... Read More

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