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  • Love is an all-time affair in our lives and marriage is the testament of togetherness that we share with our partners. An ‘all-season excitement’ is what romance is. The ice creams under the sunny sky, the walks under the umbrella in the rains, the camps and bonfires of the pleasant winters; the mystique of every season finds its way into our lives in the most magical sense and more so when you stand by your partner. 

    When planning your honeymoon, you want every bit of it falling into so that you have a journey to remember for a lifetime.  We give you a heads up with New Zealand, an island nation that has a lot to give and little to take.

    New Zealand is special in that you can travel here anytime of the year; just zero down your likes and chart out a plan. A New Zealand honeymoon is a great start to your life together and you’ll be more than tempted to return again and again. 

    Well-connected with the world, the country can be easily reached from major airports. Go in the summer if you are up for uninterrupted adventure or choose autumn to witness the magic of maple trees turning lovely shades of red and brown. Your honeymoon in New Zealand can be tailored to guarantee you and your partner get the most out of it.We have put together key info, a list of top hotels and fun things to do in New Zealand.  

    Best Time to Visit New Zealand for Honeymoon

    1. Peak Season: December till February, July till September.

    2. Off Season: April till June.

  • Required Travel Documents

    - You need to have a valid Indian passport for each member

    - Apply for visa at your nearest visa center (Visa centers in India: New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Bangalore and Hyderabad). Submit your completed application form with 2 passport size color photographs (must not be older than six months)

    - Visa application fees

    - If you are planning a long vacation in New Zealand (more than 6 months), you must submit an e-medical chest X-Ray certificate.

    - There are different visa options for different purposes

  • Transportation In New Zealand

    Choosing the best way to move around in New Zealand will save you time, money and hassle. If you both love driving, you should definitely rent a car. If you would like to have the pleasure of a chauffeur-driven car, there are services available. New Zealand also offers you delightful ferry rides connecting its remote islands.  
  • 01Rental Car

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    This option to explore New Zealand is at the top of the list for many. Majestic, scenic views and perfectly controlled traffic provides a retreat of sorts on your drive across the islands of New Zealand. There are specific rules that you need to keep in mind while driving. 

    Take as many breaks as you want to if you feel you need them. Do not break local rules and watch the roads as it could get tricky at times due to the weather, wind and plenty of sharp corners. Choose a car within your budget and be ready to explore a whole new world, just the two of you. You can hire cars from any of the car rental centers in the mainland of New Zealand or you can hop into your car right from the airport.

  • 02Motorhomes

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    This sounds like a picnic already! Try this if you want to indulge the bohemian in you on your New Zealand honeymoon. Motorhomes or campervans could be your address when in New Zealand. These tiny houses on wheels will add a personal touch to your travels. 

    Camp wherever you feel like as long as it’s on permitted areas. There are many campsites and holiday parks assigned for motorhomes. A few of these sites are by the lake or the beach and they offer great views and comfy stays. Opt for a fully functional motorhome to get the best experience on your honeymoon.

  • 03Railways

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    Exclusive journeys like the rail journeys in New Zealand cannot be given a miss. The engineering marvels have a lot to offer when you hop into the coach. The railway tracks are generally set away from the outer, more visible areas of New Zealand and when you are travelling the routes, you are surely witnessing a completely different aspect of New Zealand. 

    The railway network is not vast but is spectacular. The trains travel through various landscapes of New Zealand and makes your rail trip totally worth it. Trains like the Northern Explorer, Coastal Pacific and TranzAlpine are a delight and a wholesome treat. 

    You could get your one-day train pass or go for a multiple-day scenic rail pass. Few boutique steam train trips carry you all across the country and you would not want to miss such a trip. Food, drinks and snacks served during the journey will keep couples happily engaged while they gaze at the panoramic views of the island.

  • 04Ferries And Water Taxis

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    It is obvious to travel across the waterway in an island country. New Zealand ferry trips give you a feeling of nostalgia, as if you are watching ‘Tales of Sindbad the Sailor’ from your childhood. There are many popular ferry routes and the most famous, Wellington-Picton route is well explored by travelers. This is a must do things if you a planning a trip to New Zealand.

    You would be amazed at the sights of dolphins and whales who seem to wave ‘Hello’ to you. Star cruises like the Hole in the Rock cruise can form a part of your to-do list on your New Zealand honeymoon. For the more adventurous curious souls, there are water taxis that take you to the farthest corners of the waters.
  • 05Bus & Coach Transport

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    If you are looking for a more convenient, reasonable and relaxed mode of transport, then you must travel by a bus or a coach. Many coach services are available in different parts of the country and connect the routes effectively. 

    If you do not wish to spend a lot on transport then this is a superb way to visit different sites in New Zealand. There are many packaged tours arranged by various companies that take you to tourist attractions on both the islands. You can make your call and go ahead with what suits you best.

  • 06Motorcycle Rental

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    A motorcycle is definitely a challenging machine and you need to have courage to choose to ride on your honeymoon in New Zealand. If you are up for a raw, thrilling adventure on your journey, this is the way to travel. There are many package tours available for you to ride with fellow bikers. 

    Bike rides can be romantic as the machines were made only for two people. You could create your own ‘motorcycle tales’ while you spend some lovely time on the island.

  • Honeymoon Destinations In New Zealand

    We have lined up few popular locations for your attention in this brief ‘New Zealand travel guide’:
  • 07Dunedin

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    While you look up online for places to visit in New Zealand for honeymoon, you will spot a plethora of names in both the North and South islands and one such renowned name is of Dunedin, the second largest city in the South. 

    It is a commercial city today and has a deep historical background thus making it one of the significant cities of New Zealand. Places of interest like the Larnach Castle and Gardens, Dunedin Botanic Gardens, Baldwin street, world’s steepest street, Dunedin Town Hall, Local museums and art galleries, are the travelers first few choices. 

    Pay visit to the Cadbury chocolate factory and the Speight’s brewery for an on- site experience of the manufacturing process. If you and your partner are occasional swimmers, you can take a plunge in one of the four public pools of Moana, Chalmers, Mosgiel and St Clair Salt Water Pool. 

    Check out the world’s only Royal Albatross, penguin and seal colonies in Dunedin city. You should definitely tune into Dunedin, Otago, for more exciting stopovers while travelling through New Zealand.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Nearest Domestic Airport: Dunedin

    Dunedin Attractions: Olveston Historic Home, Larnach Castle & Gardens, Signal Hill and First Church of Otago
  • 08Fox Glacier

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    You could visit this country side without second thoughts in your mind. The township of Fox Glacier offers an enigmatic view of New Zealand’s highest peaks, Aoraki (Mt Cook) and Mt Tasman. The town has some spectacular tourist attractions too. 

    The glacier is located on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. And it is a sight you cannot afford to miss, as it could be a once in lifetime experience. Watch the crystal clear Lake Matheson and take a guided tour of the Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers. 

    Support from the experts of local glacier guiding companies make your hike up the ice wall better. Helicopter tours over the glaciers are magical and grand. Retire after a hard day’s hike, sip some great local drinks and taste the native cuisine at the quaint Hobnail Café. This part of New Zealand surely is a couple’s hideaway, which offers a world of its own to them.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Nearest Domestic Airport: Timaru
    Attractions: 
    Fox Glacier Hiking Trails, Gillespies Beach, Minnehaha Walk
  • 09West Coast Of South Island

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    The west coast of New Zealand is extremely wild and filled with nature. You will experience unique, never before seen landscapes and vistas while on the road trip through this wilderness.  It has 8 regions that are unique in their own way. 

    From water caves to cliffs, cliff bridges to glaciers, this journey is going to make your experience heavenly. Some of the interesting places to stay and visit are Haast River Motels & Holiday Park, The Nile River Rainforest Train is a train voyage through nascent rain forests in a tiny chair car train. 

    Scotts Beach in Karamea has fabulous panoramic views. The Monteith's Brewing Company originated back in 1868 and is Monteith’s family-owned Phoenix Brewery. No doubt one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. 

    The Road trip from Christchurch to Queenstown is scenic. Take a detour to Lions to enjoy the rugby sport inside you, a quick tour of the ‘Lions’ is harmless and only motivating. The drive from Queenstown to Nelson via the west coast, boasts of some gorgeous sunsets. Enjoy the view of snow crowned mountains while driving from Christchurch to Nelson.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Nearest Domestic Airport: Hoki Tika

    Attractions: Hokitika Gorge Walk, West Coast Wildlife Centre, Westcoast Treetop Walk & Cafe, Lake Kaniere Scenic Reserve
  • 10Rotorua

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    Do you love the organic side of life? Do you get high watching nature play its role before you in the most exotic manner? Let your honeymoon be much more than just a ‘hand-in-hand’ moment. Let it be as active as the playful Rotorua. 

    Known for its geothermal wonders, this city attracts many visitors with its misty thermal parks. Anyone would call it one of the most perfect honeymoon destinations New Zealand. The several mud pools, hot pools at Kuirau park, Kerosene Creek, Rotorua spa and hot pool complex, Hells Gate Geothermal mud bath spa, Tarawera bush pool, Waitangi Soda Springs, Te Rata bay hot water beach, 

    Guided walks across Rotorua Government Gardens, the main city and the famous Ohinemutu Maori Village including St Faith's Church, are few of the places you need to be at while travelling in Rotorua. You can also Kayak across the inexplicable glow worm cave. 

    Relish the traditional food of the land. Choose to go rafting, hiking, trekking, biking, para sailing etc. Rotorua has something for everyone. It is a perfect balance between calm natural resources and adventurous endeavors.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Attractions: 
    Te Puia, Whakarewarewa - The Living Maori Village, Sulphur Point, Arawa War Memorial Statue
  • 11Milford Sound

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    This is hands down one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. Milford Sound of the celebrated Fiordland National Park, is one destination you would not want to let go of. Deep blue water, tall roaring waterfalls, thick dark green forests, and dizzying steep cliffs make this trip a comprehensive package of its kind. 

    There are many things to do in this area. You could Cruise across, go kayaking, go sailing, Go hiking, trekking, fishing, diving or fly around the area. Watch the wildlife around you and you can stay for a night to witness the star studded sky. Milford Sound is definitely here to linger as one of your best memories of Honeymoon New Zealand’.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Nearest Domestic Airport: Dunedin

    Things To Do In Milford Sound: Day Tours, Cruise Tours, Scenic Flights, Milford Track, Kayaking
  • 12Queenstown

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    Queenstown is famous for its Winter festival. During this time, one can rejoice the street parades, fireworks, performances, live music, comedy and heaps of family fun. New Zealand Mountain Film Festival is also held in Queenstown in the same time. 

    Audi Quattro Winter games festival is yet another tourist attraction. The Lake- side gardens & Golf courses of Queenstown lend it a glamorous appearance. Coronet Peak is Queenstown’s ski space and you can reach here after a 20-minute drive from downtown. 

    The Gleaming Alpine Yards is a 45-minute drive from central Queenstown. Many Bars and Night Spots like Habana Boutique Rum Bar, Wine Whiskey and Cocktails, Speight’s Ale House and Minus 5 degree Ice Bar serve travelers with a list of global and local foods and drinks to choose from.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Nearest Domestic Airport: Queenstown

    Attractions: Routeburn Track, Lake Wanaka, Lake Wakatipu, Coronet Peak
  • 13Hobbiton In Matamata

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    Get into the adventurous world of the famous The Lord Of The Rings, located in the lush green pastures of Matamata. If you’ve always dreamed of being here when you had taken your beloved to watch the ‘Hobbit Trilogy’, the wait is over. No doubt your senses are going to be tempted, and you would not want to ever leave this enormous dreamy place.

    Various movie tours are arranged. Hobbiton movie set tour educates you about the world of cinema. You can experience the real middle earth feel in the Middle of New Zealand Waikato region. The Evening Banquet tour includes listening to the trilogy stories while the tour guide navigates you through this 12 acre green alpine. 

    Private tours that are arranged here, help you customize your tour according to your preferences. Visit the movie set with an option of a daytime and a night time function. This by far is no doubt one of the best places to visit in New Zealand.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Address: 501 Buckland Rd, Hinuera, Matamata 3472, New Zealand

    Hours: 9AM–3:30PM

    Ticket Cost:
    Adults $79.00
    Youth (9-16yrs) $39.50
    Children (0-8yrs) FREE
  • 14Waiheke Island

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    Located at a 40-minute ferry sea ride from Auckland, you will easily get lots of commuting sources upon arrival. A world in itself, this island will spice up the romance between couples with its interesting artistic surroundings and markets. 

    You will find a lot of recreational shows, live bands and infinite water sports options. It’s also an ideal place for parasailing. Many locals believe the island is very auspicious for their weddings. Waiheke island Jet Ski Tours are unmatchable. 

    A visit to the ‘Man O’ War’ and the stunning Golden vineyards is a great way to learn more about the local wines here. The Mudbrick Restaurant and Vineyards is yet another Elite romantic place on this island. The Botanical Distillery is a prime location to visit. Do try the local seafood delicacies when in Waiheke. Some of the great places to stay on this island are Cape Cod Retreat, The Sands & Villa Topaz

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    How To Reach: 
    Getting to Waiheke Island is just easy with regular trains and car rentals departing from Auckland City.
  • 15Auckland

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    The most populated urban region of New Zealand, Auckland is a diverse and multiethnic city. With warm humid summers to mild damp winters, it has a variety of temperatures prevalent. Located at a volcanic field, it has seen many volcanic eruptions over centuries. 

    It has established a unique urban lifestyle; however, increase in population has made things a little chaotic. It has an amazing culture of yacht parties and picnics. The Waitemata Harbour is famous for its scenic swimming beaches including Mission Bay & Kohimarama. 

    The Retail and shopping spots like Queen Street, Britomart, Ponsonby Road, Karangahape Road, Newmarket and Parnell are great if you are planning to pick up souvenirs. The Auckland ferry building & Endeans building is an enriching travel experience. Auckland art gallery is for the soul who believes in expressing through colors, who respect the artwork of great painters.

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland

    Attractions: Waiheke Island, Sky Tower, Auckland War Memorial Museum, Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Aquarium

    Best Restaurants: The Grove Restaurant, The Grill by Sean Connolly, Gusto at the Grand, Ortolana
  • 16Coromandel Peninsula

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    Situated at the northern side, it stretches to a length of 85 kms. The peninsula is a treat to watch in clear weather. Experience the temperate rainforest on the steep hillside part of the nation. Comprised of various small inhabited islands situated on the shoreline, the sparsely populated region will create a romantic ambience.  

    Some of the well- known places to visit are Opito Bay on the east coast of Coromandel Peninsula, Thames & Kauaeranga Valleys. They are culturally and historically rich. At the Hot Water Beach, take a natural spa within water emerging from the sands. You cannot miss the elaborate mountain Rail ride on ‘Driving creek railway’ with spirals, tunnels, flyovers, repealing points, and a summit station called the "Eiffel Tower".

    Nearest International Airport: Auckland. 2 hours ferry ride from Auckland

    Attractions: Te Whanganui-A-Hei (Cathedral Cove) Marine Reserve, Hot Water Beach, 309 Road, Coromandel Gold Stamper Battery

    How To Reach: Shuttles are available from Auckland
  • Best Beaches In New Zealand For Honeymooners:

    The best time to visit New Zealand for honeymoon is summer as the sunny clean beaches invite you and your partner to have a whale of a time.
  • 17Ninety Mile Beach

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    Is on the west coast of the extreme upper parts of North Island, New Zealand. Major attractions here are the beach and the Northern Dunes which look like a desert landscape. You could go swimming, underwater diving, sailing, touring the vibrant marine life, eat the local food and enjoy camping at the waterfront. 

    Beach walk could be one of the itinerary checks. The water sports depend upon favorable tides. Body Boarding down the Northern Dunes is one popular activity here.

    Nearest Airport: It is approximately 378 kms from Auckland. You can hire chartered flights from Auckland to Kerikeri then hire a cab or a local coach to the Beach

    Flight cost to Keri Keri: 4000 to 16000 INR (Approx.) | $65 - $170

  • 18Piha

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    This black iron sand beach is located on the west coast of the North Island. Piha is New Zealand’s all time surf beach. The waters can be unforgiving and wild and faint-hearted souls must prepare themselves before they indulge in any water activity. 

    The beach is barricaded with the Waitakere Ranges, a protected parkland of sub-tropical forest. Piha is laidback and life here is simple and happy go lucky. The houses are mostly modern with basic facilities to use. Go walk up the ‘Hillary Trail’, go surfing if you can handle the pressure, go fishing, or enjoy a picnic with some great cheese and wine. Eat, sleep, play repeat is how your days are going to look like in Piha.

    Nearest Airport: It is around 80 kms from Auckland. You catch a train from Grafton to Swanson. The train journey will take around 45 minutes and then you hire a cab to Piha.

    Train Tickets @ $4 (approx)

    Taxi ride @ $100 (approx)

  • 19New Chums Beach

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    Located in the Wainuiototo Bay on the northeast coast of the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand, near Whangapoua, this is a virgin white sand beach and there are no roadways to this location. You only can hire boats or walk down to the empty beach hidden in the lap of nature. 

    You could hike up the hills, which are untamed and add to the grandeur of this vast expanse of vacant beach. There is not much happening by the beach but a silent moment with your partner by your side is the right agenda of your honeymoon tales. If you wish to step out of your crowded mind and enter into the world of tranquility for a while, then New Chums Beach is your answer.

    Nearest Airport: Auckland. You can hire taxis from the airport to New Chums. It is a 3 hours drive approximately and the distance is around 188 kms.

    Taxi ride @ $50-$100 (approx)

  • 20Ngarunui

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    Located in Raglan, New Zealand, this is the best beach to learn surfing and swimming. This black sand beach has a less intimidating water stretch. One can easily learn the basics of surfing  with the help of expert surfers on the beach. There are many lifeguards to help you in times of trouble. 

    Sunbathing is another great indulgence and a way to gain as much Vitamin D as possible on your honeymoon. Hitchhiking is the bohemian way of getting to this location from Raglan. The Wainui Reserve right above the beach at the waterfront is a friendly spot for picnics, walking trails and deep red sunsets. There is a basic eating zone here with toilets for emergencies. Beach-side walks on the black sand are a great way to end your day.

    Nearest Airport: Auckland. It is 2 and a half  hours drive from the airport and around 155 km away from the airport. 

    How to reach: You can hire a cab or hop onto a coach/ bus.
  • 21Wainui, Eastland

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    Wainui Beach is a tiny and sparsely inhabited region on the coast of New Zealand's North Island, to the north of Tuahine Point. Take a ‘surf break’ at Wainui. New Zealand beaches are great for surfing and diving. The sunrise at the Wainui is a delight to encounter. 

    Drink the local Chardonnay while you watch the mornings grow to full bloom. Picnics here are a part of the lifestyle. Locals on public holidays love spending time with family and friends. Wainui beach experience could bring you a lot of active thoughts about life and its many aspects. Commercial tours are also arranged by some travel guide companies locally around the beach town

    Nearest Airport: It is 30 km from the Auckland Airport.
    How to reach: You can hire a cab or rent a car or take a bus/coach to the beach. The drive would last for half an hour to 45 mins.
  • 22Anchorage

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    One of the commercial beaches of Abel Tasman National Park. Anchorage is the place where you will find a lot of campsites, huts, boat stays. You could choose to go on the Pitt Head walk. Water taxis will take you around in this area. 

    It is usually crowded during the summers with several beach enthusiasts. The campsites are all categorical and you can choose the site that suites your expectations. All sites are decently maintained and have basic general amenities. 

    You can enjoy the locally brewed pints of beer while you watch the sunsets by the beach. Read a book, calm down your nerves, try the local cuisine and make some new friends. A great set up for a heartfelt honeymoon.

    Nearest Airport: It is around 900 km from the Auckland Airport. 

    How to reach: You can catch a domestic flight from the airport to Abel Tasman. If you are not in a hurry then there is also the option of a fascinating one and a half day train journey from Auckland.

  • 23Scott’s Beach

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    This beach is a part of the Kahurangi National Park, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. The celebrated Heaphy track takes you down to this stunning beauty, a cozy sandy cove surrounded by steep cliffs covered with rainforest. 

    The beach is home to sand flies, so an insect repellant is a must here. Comfortable and appropriate clothing is recommended for this beach. One cannot go swimming here as the water current is extremely strong and the beach is very steep. 

    The sea is pretty dangerous by this bay. You could swim in the Kohaihai River, which is closeby.There are few really good options for accommodation in Karamea, Collingwood and Takaka. Reaching the Scott’s Beach is like a secret mission. The dense forests take you to this open beach, which is truly mysterious in every possible way.

    Nearest Airport: 850 km (approx) from Auckland. 

    How to reach: You can catch a domestic flight to Nelson and then a 1 ½ hour drive to the beach.

  • 24Wharariki

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    It is to the west of Cape Farewell, the northernmost point of the South Island of New Zealand. The beach is a 20-minute walk from the Puponga Village.  There is a campsite in the mainland and the main beach has no commercial set ups around. This is a quiet beach devoid of any development and marvelous in its virgin beauty. 

    The beach has the famous Archway Islands at the heart of the sea. The fours rock formations right in the middle of the sea makes for a stunning view.  You can enjoy checking out the natural flora and fauna or simply bathe under the sun. Wharariki Beach is what you want it to be. Isn’t that rarely true of every place you visit in your life?

    Nearest Airport: 1000 km (approx) from Auckland. 

    How to reach: Catch a flight from Auckland to Nelson and then a taxi ride or a shuttle bus ride of 2 to 3 hours approx.

  • 25Sumner

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    A seaside village of Christchurch. Views of Volcanic hill ridges that end in cliffs down the sea in a few corners. Sumner bay is the first bay on the Northern side of Banks Peninsula and Pegasus Bay and the Pacific Ocean. A Great surfing zone. 

    The beach is grey in color and has number of sand dunes in its backdrop. The Cave Rock dominates the beach with other rocky volcanic outcrops across the beach. The nearby township offers few great places to eat and drink and stay. There are many yoga sessions that take place in the township near the beach. You could meditate to relax your mind while you enjoy every bit of the beach life.

    Nearest Airport: 1230 km (approx) from Auckland. 

    How to reach: You could fly to Christchurch from Auckland and this journey would take you around one and a half hour approximately. The beach is around 13 km from the Christchurch Domestic Airport.

  • 26Purakaunui Bay

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    Located in the Catlins coastal area Otago. Camping in the Catlins is unavoidable. There are few beautiful government designated campsites for all. At Purakaunui Bay campsite, you can sleep by the sea with the photographic view of the cliffs to the background. 

    Purakaunui Falls is very close to the campsite and a visit to this site is one of the must things to do in New Zealand. The campsite has standard facilities as per the guidelines of the Department of Conservation. Fresh water taps and wheelchair access are few of the basic features at this campsite. 

    You can also camp in your motorhome or tent. You will find many fellow campers along the journey. Campsite stays during honeymoon could be one of the most cherished memories of your life.  

    Nearest Airport: 1700 km from Auckland. Flight to Dunedin from the Auckland Airport will take you 1 hr 50 minutes. 

    How to reach: You can catch a bus to Balclutha then hire a cab to the beach which is around 50 km from Balclutha.

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  • 27Fiordland National Park, South Island

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    This place is definitely going to remind you of The Lord of the Rings. The enormous fiords, shimmering crystal clear lakes, pristine granite peaks and snow-capped mountains pull maximum crowd to this place in South Island.

    Things to do:

    1. The endless walking trails: Fiordland National Park sets three great walks for travelers. Wear comfortable and sturdy shoes as you might have to walk for miles into the deep green forests. The Milford Track is a five-day activity, the Kepler Track is a four-day affair and the Routeburn, which takes you to Mount Aspiring National Park, is spread over three days.

    2. Kayaking and under water diving: This is hands down one of the best ways to enter the unexplored, spectacular secret junctions of Fiordland National Park. On this excursion, you are bound to meet the residents of the sea which include dolphins, fur seals and penguins. New Zealand is known for its wilderness and you would encounter nature like never before when you are travelling through the different sides of Fiordland.

    3. Cruising around: There are many private flights and coach services that take you to spots like the Milford Sound. The remote fiords can be explored by co cruises arranged in Te Anau or Manapouri.

    4. Stay In Hut: There are categories of huts custom made for your pockets. Weather can be tricky here and you need to be well prepared with your rain jackets, warm clothing and perfect shoes. Do not forget to carry an insect repellent. There are many guided tours that will assist you through this expedition.

  • 28Bay of Islands, North Island

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    This is a group of 144 islands between Cape Brett and the Purerua Peninsula, each of which is outstanding in its own way. The interesting native towns of Opua, Paihia, Russell and Kerikeri are here to keep you enthralled with their indigenous way of life.

    Things to do:

    1. Choose your mode of transport as per your preference. You could board a daily cruise or choose a yacht or go sea kayaking. On your voyage to the vast natural playground of Tapeka Point, you will spot innumerous penguins, dolphins, marlin, whales and more.

    2. You can experience the walking tracks on guided tours. Urupukapuka Island is a prominent camping ground on this stretch of mysterious islands.

    3. Choose any of the popular guided tours. They take you around by sea or air. You cannot not visit the Hole in the Rock on Piercy Island. The bay of islands is like a concoction of the best elements of nature which keeps you enchanted all through this journey.

  • 29Lake Taupo and Tongariro National Park, North Island

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    The first National park of New Zealand and the 4th one in the world, Tongariro National Park is a gem hidden in North Island. It is known for the famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing. Lake Taupo is a huge traffic-puller on this eco-travel. The place has garnered much popularity after the release of The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    Things to do:

    1. Witness the spiritual Maori culture of the land.

    2. Many guided walks and hikes to enjoy in this National Park.

    3. The weather can get unpredictable but the beauty of this randomness is terrific.

    4. This is a volcanic bed and the region has been formed by many eruptions over ages. This has given a unique characteristic to the park in terms of natural colors, textures and backdrops.

    5. Three major volcanoes, the legendary Mount Ruapehu, Mount Ngauruhoe and Mount Tongariro are sights you would not want to miss on your tour.

    6. You would find yourself amidst dense stretches of wild forests, exotic animal life and cultural beliefs of the Maori tribes.

    7.Winter skies are popular here.

  • 30Abel Tasman National Park, South Island

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    The tiniest national park of New Zealand it boasts sandy beaches, rocky outcrops of mainly granite with a touch of limestone and marble, a diverse range of rich natural resources and colorful wildlife.

    Things to do:

    1. Walking tracks like Totaranui, Gibbs Hill track, Abel Tasman coast track, Harwoods Hole track, can be explored on guided tours.

    2. Mountain bike expeditions are great to go on.

    3. Campsites, bonfires and seafood will give you a feeling of an accomplished evening.

    4. Many tour operators can be contacted conveniently for assistance.

    5. This park in South Island will keep you yearning for more. A couple should take extra care while they visit the far corners of New Zealand, it could get slightly complex with the unknown hidden natural conditions. If you are the crazy, experimental couple then this will only add to your excitement.

  • 31Mount Cook National Park, South Island

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    This park has both ice and rocks with 19 peaks spread over 3000 metres.

    Things to do:

    1. Aoraki/ Mount Cook village walking tracks, Blue Lakes and Tasman Glacier walks, Hooker Valley track, Mueller Hut route, are some of the challenging yet peaceful walking tracks in this national park.

    2. Ball Pass Crossing is an arduous 2-3 days Alpine mountainous route.

    3. You could enjoy the motorhome stay at the White Horse Hill Campground.

    4. You could get guidance from local tour organizers for activities like mountain biking or kayaking and sailing, hiking etc.

    5. This place is very close to the quaint towns of Motueka, Takaka and Kaiteriteri.

    6. Pleasant weather makes it an all season favorite.

    7. There are various bus and water taxi services that could get you to this park without hassles.

  • 32Napier, Hawke's Bay, North Island

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    Hawke’s Bay is the warmest, sun lit and bright region of New Zealand. Known as the wine country especially for its stark red wines, Hawke’s Bay has a lot more to offer than just wine tasting experience.

    Things to do:

    1. New Zealand Travel Guide companies organize many art deco tours through Napier city. You can understand a lot about the architecture and history over these guided tours.

    2. Hastings is a must to discover.

    3. Attend any of the wine-making and tasting sessions in the Wine Museum at Church Road Winery.

    4. Visit the art galleries and studios of Maori artists. Get acquainted with the Maori culture.

    5. Kayaking down the Mohaka or Tukituki River.

    6. Hot air balloon safaris are purely a bliss.

    7. Go cycling on the Hawke’s Bay cycle trails.

    8. Fishing could also be a task for a day. The rivers are inhabited by the Brown and Rainbow Trouts.

    9. If you are looking forward to a mixed bag of thrill and romance, you will get it all at this sunny bay.

  • 33Kaikoura, South Island

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    A discovery of Captain Cook, Kaikoura in South Island is a mixed land of steep mountains and sea.

    Things to do:

    1. Kaikoura fishing tours are pretty renowned. Kayaking is a great way to explore the marine life. Seals, dolphins, whales and seabirds are all here to enchant you while you sail across the sea

    2. Take a plunge, go scuba diving

    3. Various walks through the hinterland of Kaikoura will give you a better picture of  life in this town

    4. Maori tours are a great learning experience. You will go deeper into the cultural aspects of New Zealand.

    5. Kaikoura has some of the world’s best seafood menus. There are many upmarket restaurants, fast food joints and cafes for the tourists.

  • 34Sky Tower, Auckland

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    This is an iconic building in Auckland. City view from this 220 metres high building is enormous. You will witness great landmark views of volcanoes and historical locations.

    Things to do:

    1. You have three restaurants inside this tall complex. Orbit 360 degree dining is a revolving restaurant, The Sugar Club and the Sky Café are great ways to retreat post all the sightseeing.

    2. The Skycity Auckland entertainment complex is home to two premier class hotels, international standard restaurants and bars, a 700 seater theatre and a classic casino.

    3. For the couples who are looking for some adrenalin rush, the Sky tower has the sky-jump and the skywalk to offer. Take a leap under proper guidance.

    4. Sky tower being the tallest man made structure of New Zealand is well-lit supporting social causes.

  • 35Wai-O-Tapu, Rotorua

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    This historical geothermal ground is a result of years of volcanic reactions. This is an active volcanic area which offers a walking trail but one needs guidance on which route is best suited for you.

    Things to do:

    1. Your trip to Wai-o-tapu is not over without watching the mud pool which was a large mud volcano destroyed in the 1920s. The mud pool is forever active and gives a perfect photo op to the visitors.

    2. There is a Geyser Café in the premises which serves some awesome range of food and beverages.

    3. Check into the souvenir shop and walk back with memorabilia of Wai-o-tapu. There is a designated picnic area for the families.

  • 36Tongariro Alpine Crossing

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    One of the world’s famous one-day treks’ takes place here in the oldest national park of New Zealand. The landscape includes volcanic peaks of Ngauruhoe, Tongariro and Ruapehu. Shuttles are available in the nearest villages to take you to the base of the trek.

    Things to do:

    1. You could choose between guided tours and solo trips, whatever makes you comfortable.

    2. The 19.4 km trek is challenging at some points and the weather has its own games to play.

    3. You could also retire here after a long day’s trek in one of the super cozy lodges available in the Tongariro National Park villages.

    4. Go for skiing in the winters to show your love for the biting cold winds.

    5. The village of Tongariro is a hub of adventure and calm. A perfect mix of love and play on your list of things to do in New Zealand.

  • Things To Do In New Zealand On Honeymoon

    New Zealand is a bag full of surprises. Exploration and rejuvenation is what sums up New Zealand for honeymooning couples. Spending your initial few days of marriage here is an ideal way to know each other better.

  • 37View Beauty of Moeraki Boulders

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    On the Otago coast of New Zealand between Moeraki and Hampden, you will find large spherical boulders. The Government has protected them as a scientific reserve. The Moeraki Boulders are concretions formed by the cementation of the Paleocene mudstone of the Moeraki Formation, from which they have been unearthed by coastal erosion. 

    The core build of the boulders started creating itself in marine mud, near the surface of the Paleocene sea floor. The bigger boulders, 2 metres (6.6 ft) in diameter, are assessed to have taken 4 to 5.5 million years to flourish while 10 to 50 metres (33 to 164 ft) of marine mud amassed on the seafloor above them. You can spend a peaceful evening with your partner here and enjoy the sunset.

    Location: Koekohe Beach, between the towns of Moeraki and Hampden

    How To Reach: 40km (30 min) south of Oamuru

  • 38Spend Some Time In Tamaki Maori Village

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    Cultural exploration is something that strengthens the bond between two partners and this is the best place to do so. Maori village is nestled in a 200 year old Rotorua forest. Take your journey back in time to an award winning cultural experience at this traditionally planned place. 

    You can experience various ritualistic rituals, great performances and “hangri feasting”. Couples can drop in for just an evening of 3.5 hours experience or even an overnight stay. The hospitable hosts will greet you with an ancient welcoming ceremony. 

    The evening package includes a 3.5 hour experience, traditional dinner and dessert buffet feast and free indoor transportation. They have additional facilities like wheelchair and pram, licensed bar, and customized diet requirements. Don’t forget to carry warm clothes and your cameras to capture some really beautiful movements. Certainly one of the best New Zealand honeymoon activities.

    Address: 1220 Hinemaru St, Rotorua city, Rotorua 3040, New Zealand

    Hours: 9AM–7PM

  • 39Swim with Dolphins, The Bay of Islands

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    The Bay of Islands is the origin of Waitangi, the birthplace of New Zealand. It’s considered one of New Zealand’s most desired voyage destinations. A wide variety of over 140 small islands and many small towns would actually require a tour guide to show you around. 

    Typically known for its beaches and big game fishing, y could take a boat ride, charter a yacht or hire a sea kayak and tour through Cavalla Islands, swim with the dolphins and go scuba diving at Poor Knight Islands. 

    It’s also a delight for walkers and trekkers as you will find all walking tracks and a camping site at Urupukapuka Island. A passenger ferry service would take you between Paihia and Russell while a vehicle ferry facility would connect you between Opua and Russell.

    Total Islands: 144
    Famous Towns: 
    Opua, Paihia, Russell and Kerikeri
    How To Reach: 3 Hours drive from Auckland
  • 40Ride In A Stunt Plane Abel Tasman

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    For some couples the rush of adrenaline, the idea of conquering fear is truly romantic. We suggest this really apt place for these adventurers. There are a few enterprises that would let you fly a mini plane at a height of 5000 ft, and yes you would be flying it all by yourself.

    You will have that weird feeling in the pit of your stomach but the scenic view at an enthralling 5000 feet is going to make your trip more than memorable. You will get trained with a small dummy wooden plane that fits just you and your trainer.

    Within a few demo rounds you can actually go airborne. Getting there is not a fuss at all, you can reach Nelson from Picton in just two hours by express bus service. Visitors coming from the north can board an inter-city ferry service from Wellington to Picton.

    Flight School: 
    U Fly Extreme
    Address: College St, Motueka 7120, New Zealand
    Price: Vary on season
  • 41Go Sailing In Abel Tasman

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    After you have finished your sky ride, you can sail into the sea near Abel Tasman National Park. You can go for a Maupa full day sail or a Maupa cycle and sail. There are combinations of a full day, part day trips available. 

    You can also book a chartered yachts all by yourself or share it with other visitors and get an overnight stay experience in the sea. Variants of day sailing, overnight sailing and luxury sailing boats are available. It’s the perfect way  for a couple to spend romantic time and is a favorite among New Zealand honeymoon activities.

  • 42Watch The Glow Worms

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    A world famous attraction for tourists, Waitomo Glowworm Caves holds a high place in the wish list of all travellers. Thousands of glowworms radiate their luminescent light in these mighty caves making the sight totally out of this world. 

    Hiring a tour guide would be a sensible choice as he could guide you with the details of the origin and science behind this beautiful phenomenon. Take a boat ride through the caves to experience the 120 years of this cultural history. You can take the ride 365 days a year; however, in summers you might have to finish by 5.30 pm. Do bring along comfortable walking shoes and some warm clothes. Cameras are not allowed.

    Best Places To Watch Glow Worms:
    Waitomo Glowworm Caves - Waitomo Village Rd, Waitomo 3943, New Zealand
    Glow-worm Cave Rafting - Greymouth 7805, New Zealand
    Glow Worm Dell - Kumara Junction Highway, Seaview 7882, New Zealand
    Kawiti Glow Worm Caves - Waiomio Rd, Waiomio 0243, New Zealand
  • 43Bungy Jump In Queenstown

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    One of the most common adventure sports around the world but it is special here in New Zealand. With over 27 years into it, AJ Hackett Bungy are the masters of this sport. Doing an adrenaline packed adventure together would be on a lot of couples bucket list. 

    They provide you a variety of 8 different forms of the sport from original bungy jumping to a zimride or possibly NZ's Highest Swing or NZ's Highest Bungy Jump. It’s located in the princely Queenstown which can also host your overnight stay. 

    There are, however, a few things that you need to take care of as in the weight limitations (separate for various bungy forms). You must also inform the guide if you have any serious medical complications. However, with such vast experience in this field, safety is totally assured.  

    Top Providers: AJ Hackett Bungy


  • 44SkyDive Abel Tasman

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    Another nerve enthralling sport that the town of Motueka hosts, skydiving is indeed the most frightening yet accomplishing form of adventure ever. Flying into the sky at heights of above 10,000 feet will guarantee an adrenaline rush and help you encounter the most serene beauty ever seen. 

    They offer you 3 kinds of packages at varying heights of 9000, 13000, and a whooping 16500 ft from the sea level. You can easily see the snow capped mountains, turquoise oceans, and clean clear skies of New Zealand. If the weather is clear and favorable, you will receive a call from the organizers and you can get going. 

    The organizers can arrange a personalized video recording of your descent from the stratosphere. Amaze your beloved with some surprise packages that they offer.

    Address: 16 College St, Motueka 7120, New Zealand
    Hours: 7AM–8PM
  • New Zealand Honeymoon Hotels

    As tourism is one of the biggest industries in New Zealand, there are many accommodation options for your honeymoon New Zealand
  • 45Hotel Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour

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    One of the major cities of New Zealand is the harbor city of Auckland. It is the busiest corner of this country and sees a considerable number of tourist footfall every season. This place has 265 days of sunshine.. It is undeniably one of the best honeymoon destinations in New Zealand, if you wish to see the urban pop culture of this island nation. 

    Hotel Sofitel Auckland Viaduct Harbour is an iconic address in the mainland of Auckland. A waterfront property, Sofitel gives you an extra reason to choose it as your hotel during your vacation in New Zealand. It is pure bliss to enter this world of French luxury and taste the very traditional food on the menu, pushing you to believe that good things happen to you in more than one way.

    Amenities: Elegant suites and rooms with Juliet balconies, French windows that open to panoramic views of the harbor town and Oversize bathrooms with all the luxurious options within

    Distance from the airport: Approximately 25.5 km from the Auckland International Airport. Easily accessible and you can request the hotel for a pickup and drop service.

    Address: 21 Viaduct Harbour Ave, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
    Price: $150-$160
  • 46Central Ridge Boutique Hotel, Queenstown

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    Having the 9th longest coastline of the world, New Zealand is one such corner you would not want to overlook. There is a popular belief that New Zealand is the last country to be inhabited by people especially from the Maori community. 

    Queenstown is hands down one of the best places to visit in New Zealand. It is the city that boasts of early origins of bungee jumping. A hub of adventure sports, Queenstown is one of the important places to visit in New Zealand for honeymoon. 

    If you are thinking of staying in this city while you travel across the main townships of New Zealand, then you must check out this unique Central Ridge Boutique Hotel. It is located centrally and is at close proximity to many food joints, pubs, cafes, bars and the very famous pedestrian mall.

    Amenities: Every honeymoon suite has a tiny balcony which offers a mesmerizing view of the surrounding Alpine scenery and Bob’s Peak.You will find yourself amidst luxury and nature during your stay here in the legendary Queenstown.

    Distance from the airport: Airport of Queenstown is just 7.6 km away from this hotel. There are no direct flights to Queenstown from India.

    Address: 4 Sydney St, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
    Price: $110-$130
  • 47Silver Fern Accommodation & Spa Rotorua

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    Rotorua is a fantastic location to opt for when you are travelling through the Central North Island of New Zealand. Its proximity to places to visit in New Zealand for honeymoon makes it an ideal destination. Bay of Plenty, Hamilton, Waitomo and Lake Taupo are at considerably manageable distances from Rotorua by car. When in Rotorua, choose to stay in a hotel that gives you more than what you expect. Silver Fern Accommodation & Spa is just the answer to all your wishes. Centrally located, this hotel makes sure your stay includes the perfect balance of fun and relaxation.

    Amenities: Choose from the range of suites offered as per your budget. Honeymoon suites with balconies. The rooms are spacious and well equipped decorated with urban furnishings and stylish interiors. Most rooms have private spa pools or double spa bath

    Distance from the airport: 8 km from the regional airport of Rotorua.

    Address: 326 Fenton St, Glenholme, Rotorua 3010, New Zealand
    Price: $96-$110
  • 48Hotel DeBrett, Auckland

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    This hotel is an iconic building turned into a boutique hotel set in the heart of Auckland. There are 25 rooms and suites to suite your pockets. Every corner of this hotel is eclectically designed as per different moods and genres.

    Amenities: DeBrett’s famous ‘House Bar’ created around the art deco style. A global kitchen that serves European dishes and New Zealand delicacies.

    Distance from the airport: 19.5 km from the airport
    Address: 2 High St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
    Price: $145-$160
  • 49Paihia Beach Resort & Spa, Paihia

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    Bay of Islands is known for its clear blue skies and untamed beaches. Located in the serene environs of Paihia, this posh beach resort and spa offers a range of rich accommodation in its premises. This is a sea-facing property. Once you check into this treasure, you will find yourself floating in the sea of calm and content.  

    Amenities: Every room is sea-facing, 6ft spa baths, An exclusive spa named the La Spa Naturale, In house restaurant named Provenir. The team of chefs here have been trying to recreate cuisines thus pulling up the food scene a notch higher

    Distance from the airport: 22 km from the Bay of islands airport.

    Address: 130 Marsden Rd, Bay Of Islands, Paihia 0200, New Zealand
    Price: $220-$240
  • 50The Rees Hotel And Luxury Apartments, Queenstown

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    This is a significant landmark sitting by the shore of Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown. This five-star property has a private beach and a tiny dock. The establishment is an ultimate retreat with super-glamorous hotel rooms, apartments and private villas. If you are a connoisseur of fine living and all things pretty, then you must spend your days in New Zealand in this property.

    Amenities: Savor the blissful hospitality of the Southern island of New Zealand at The Rees.

    1. All the rooms have a splendid lake view

    2. Designed aesthetically, this hotel stands as one of most sought-after honeymoon hotels in Queenstown

    3. Great surprises to quench your thirst and satisfy your palate, the restaurants like the Bordeaux or the True South Dining Room at Rees cook up a fantastic combination menu mostly putting to use the seasonal local produce from Central Otago

    4. The cellar has a comprehensive line of wines from all over the world for you to smell, swirl and swallow

    5. The rooms are well-designed and gives a real sense of New Zealand’s warmth, friendliness and grandeur

    Distance from the airport: 5.3 km from the Queenstown Airport

    Address: 377 Frankton Rd, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand
    Price: $190-$200
  • 51Heritage Christchurch

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    A historical hotel started in 1913 and designed by Joseph Clark Madison, this is one of the world famous heritage vacation homes situated in Christchurch, Canterbury in the eastern side of South Island of New Zealand. Gateway to Antarctica, Christchurch is a majorly agrarian economy. Tourism industry is flourishing in this town. and the collection of Heritage hotels is a reflection of the historical significance of this garden city.

    Amenities at the hotel

    1. Heritage health club, fitness area and the irresistible spa pool and sauna facilities

    2. Heated indoor lap pool

    3. Every room has a Victorian feel with basic services at your door.

    Distance from the airport: 10.8 km from the nearest airport.

    Address: 28 Cathedral Square, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand
    Price: $140-$150
  • 52Millbrook Resort, Arrowtown

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    Arrowtown is a gold mining town and has a strong historical background. Millbrook Resort in Arrowtown is a vast acre of green land with quirky, trendy and stylish cottages, rooms and suites. Every cottage is built with a purpose of providing maximum leisure all through your honeymoon in Millbrook Resort.

    Amenities:

    1. Vast acres of Alpine greens

    2. Specially brewed revitalizing beers and classic wines

    3. Cars and bikes on rental basis

    4. All kinds of travel assistance and many more such attractive in house features

    Distance from the airport: 16.4 km far from the Queenstown Airport.

    Address: 1124 Malaghans Road, Arrowtown 9348, New Zealand
    Price: $190-220
  • Best Restaurants In New Zealand

    There are many things to do in New Zealand. There are also many places to dine at. This New Zealand travel guide has listed a few major restaurants for you to try in the heartland of the city.
  • 53Lone Star, Auckland

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    Starting point for Lone Star was to turn the act of ‘dining out’ more pleasurable and worth the value. It began in 1988 and became an instant hit among the locals. The food menu has drastically changed over the years. However, some signature dishe’ like Lasso of Hog, Dixie Chicken and the iconic Redneck Ribs still find place under the new regular menu. 

    The menu is broadly European with the usual break up of starters, mains, bar menu, desserts and ‘Kiwi kids’ category with meals specially designed for a kid’s palate. Today, there are 27 Lone Stars across New Zealand. You ought to visit one on your honeymoon in New Zealand.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 17 km from Auckland Airport.

    Price for two: 57.37 USD (INR 3760)

    Address: 8 Kent Street, Newmarket, Auckland 1023, New Zealand

  • 54Roots Restaurant, Lyttelton

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    Walk down the roads of Littleton with your partner, you bump into this tiny warm flamboyant restaurant named Roots. The highlights of this location are its open kitchen and a personal garden with a courtyard. The food is mostly seasonal so that the visitors get the best of the time and land. 

    The ingredients used in food here are from organic and biodynamic farms or from their own kitchen garden with lots of great options. There are seasonal 5, 8 and 12 course menu at this restaurant. Every menu is well-complemented with a wine pairing. The wines are primarily from the native vineyards of New Zealand, which follow organic ways of winemaking.

    Distance from the nearest airport: About 24 km from the Christchurch International Airport.
    Address: 8 London St, Lyttelton 8082, New Zealand
    Hours: 12–2:30PM, 6–9PM
  • 55Stables Restaurant, Arrowtown

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    The historic restaurant of Stables first began in 1873 as a shelter for horses of an entrepreneur named Bendix Hallenstein. Completing years of journey, this place has stood the test of time and has served the best of the old and the new world to its customers. 

    The place reflects a combination of traditional and contemporary designs. An open sky dining area, different sections indoor and a creative comforting European menu churned out of fresh raw ingredients from the local organic farms, are few of the main attractions at Stables

    An authentic ‘Arrowtown feel’ is what Stables Restaurant is all about. The town is mainly a gold mining town and its relationship with Stables go far back in time. This is one location that never lost its old world charm.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 15 km from the Queenstown Airport.

    Price for two: Around 46 USD (INR 3055)

    Address: 28 Buckingham St, Arrowtown 9302, New Zealand
    Hours: 11AM–11PM
  • 56Aria Restaurant & Bar, Auckland

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    Aria is an in-house restaurant and bar at Crowne Plaza Auckland Hotel. It is a modern setup with a global menu. It is ideal for pre-theatre dinners and business lunches. They have an express menu and a 2 and 3-course set menu. The ambience of this place is urban and chic. The food menu is of international standards here and the raw materials used are all locally grown organic ingredients. Their pre-theatre menu is arranged by expert chefs.

    Opening and closing hours:  The opening hours here for breakfast are 6.30 AM to 10.30;AM, Lunch usually begins around 12 am and ends around 2.00 PM;, Dinners are from 5.30 PM to 10.30 PM.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 15 km from the Queenstown Airport.

    Price for two: Around 46 USD (INR 3055)

  • 57Southern Cross Garden Bar Restaurant, Wellington

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    Wellington has unpredictable surprising weather. The South Cross Garden Bar Restaurant knows it very well and it ensures that when you spend time in the garden area of this bar restaurant you would be taken extra care of keeping in mind the gust of cold blowing winds. 

    They serve you some of the world’s tastiest old wines and the food menu is diverse with options for vegetarians and vegans. A gluten-free menu is also available here. The menu mostly comprises of food created out of raw ingredients from indigenous organic farms. 

    They have kept the décor retro and niche with specific designs for specific corners. You have to choose your corner and chill at this restaurant, which is one of the favorites of the locals at Wellington.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 6.1 km from the Wellington International Airport.

    Price for two: Around 46 USD to 82 USD (INR 3055 to 5405)

    Address: 39 Abel Smith St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

    Hours: 9AM–3AM

  • 58Palate Restaurant, 20 Alma St., Hamilton

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    The name of this place churns up a huge appetite for a regular eater. This attractive restaurant has been around for quite some time and has created a niche of its own by setting up seasonal menus putting into use local raw ingredients from various corners of New Zealand. 

    The management believes in supporting the local producers in every way possible and promote a healthy environment for the food industry to thrive.  Their exclusive bar menu is also a must-try.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 15.2 km from Hamilton Airport.

    Price for two: Around USD 43 (INR 2,820)

    Address: 20 Alma St, Hamilton 3204, New Zealand
    Hours: 5:30PM–3AM
  • 59Prime Waterfront Restaurant And Bar, Queenstown

    On your exceptional New Zealand honeymoon, you must plan a candlelight dinner by the lake side of Queenstown. This could be one of the most romantic memories you take back from this island nation. The Prime Waterfront Restaurant and Bar sets the mood for you with its outdoor dining area which lends a panoramic view of the Queenstown lake and the mountains. 

    New Zealand is a haven for sea food. This restaurant-cum-bar lays out an extensive sea food menu one must try. There are several interesting vegetarian delicacies. There is much to choose, you just need to be ready to pin down your likes.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 7.7 km from the Queenstown Airport.

    Price for two: Around USD 43 (INR 2,820)

    Address: 8 Rees St, Queenstown 9348, New Zealand
    Hours: 11:30AM–10PM
  • 60Sidart Restaurant, Ponsonby

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    An Indian boy in New Zealand, Sid Sahrawat has won many accolades as a chef and as an owner of his dream project Sidart Restaurant in Ponsonby. He has marked his presence in the food business here in Golden letters. One of the state-of-the-art restaurants in New Zealand, Sidart offers some really well designed menus customized to your mood and taste. 

    The team at Sidart has turned food into a game and has brought together under one roof some innovative ways around food. They have different menus on different days. Tuesday Test Kitchen, Discovery menu, Friday lunch and Chef’s table; don’t all of these sound exciting? Just visit the kitchen and see how much effort goes into the making of fine ‘food art’.

    Distance from the nearest airport: 20.6 km from the Auckland Airport.

    Price for two: Around NZD 300 to 400 (INR 14,100 to 18,800)

    Address: 283 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, 1011, New Zealand
    Hours: 6:30–9:30PM
  • Nightlife In New Zealand

    Do not expect a Las Vegas party scene in New Zealand. The night life here is calmer, simpler yet fascinating. You must check out the clubs mentioned below when you decide to ‘pub hop’ in New Zealand:

  • 61Ding Dong Lounge

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    Couples will love this premium rock bar located in Auckland. Ding Dong was originally created keeping in mind the rock enthusiasts around Auckland. You could lounge here till 4.00 AM, enjoy the local bands and watch DJs put up an excellent show for the crowd, drink some local craft beer and nibble on some easy crunchy finger foods. 

    The seafood basket is a great option for non-vegetarians. Put on an some amazing party outfit and feel the essence of the place. The venue organizes many live events and open mics on specific days. Dance your heart out with your partner.

    Distance from the airport: 26 km from the Auckland international airport. Approximately a half an hour drive depending upon the traffic.

    Address: 26 Wyndham St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
    Hours:  8PM–4AM
  • 62Calendar Girls Gentlemen's Club

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    The premium strip show is a crowd-puller for this gentlemen’s club. It features adult entertainment and there are various strip show packages you could choose from. This is a great way to spice up your New Zealand honeymoon.

    Address: 13 Dixon St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
    Hours: 5PM–5AM
  • 63Ink Bar

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    Underground clubs give you an eerie feeling before you step into that world. Ink Bar is one such favorite underground party zone. Home to some eccentric house and techno music, this place brews up great party sessions for its crowd. 

    Under the busy K’ Road, Ink Bar is all set to amaze your senses. A tiny set up which is pretty old has found its way into the mainland’s heart and the magic is here to stay. The dance floor here could get a bit dirty and wild on days of the gigs but that’s how you party in jam-packed places, don’t you?

    Distance from the airport: 25.3 km from the Auckland international airport. Approximately a half an hour drive depending upon the state of the roads.

    Address: 268 Karangahape Rd, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
    Hours: 10PM–4AM

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