Introduction to Auckland

The City of Sails was one of the original capitals of New Zealand. A charming city bustling with a multi-cultural society invites you to enjoy something extra ordinary. Not many cities in the Southern Hemisphere can boast to have a beach on its doorstep, an island with wineries for days and a volcano you can climb. Yes, you have arrived in Auckland.

Auckland Airport has made sure everyone in the world is connected to New Zealand. Direct flights from North America, Asia and Australia means you have no excuse but to come and visit Middle Earth. Auckland houses some of the best hotels, motels and back packers to help you rest as you arrive in the country with style.

Now that you are settled in are you ready for the rush the region has in store for you. If you want to surf down some waves Auckland region has white and black sand beaches with well renowned surf spots. The ocean also offers some amazing diving with full range of PADI courses to Sea Plane charters. Finally, you can sail as a pro with the America’s Cup Yacht.

If you are a sports buff and you have heard of the All Blacks, then Fortress Eden Park is a must do. With stadium tours, Haka on the Park, rooftop tours and zipline across the stadium, you heard it right, zipline across the stadium! One last thing, you can now book a night and glamp at Eden Park, yes yes and yes, available on both match and non-match days.

Get in the air, jump out of a perfectly working plane attached to  a professional, take the state-of-the-art helicopter flights over to Waiheke Island for some exceptional cuisine or fly in a meticulously maintained DC3 over the Auckland Skyline.

The never-ending list has jet boats, quad bikes, shopping, art, culture, a sky walk and even a Harbor Bridge Bungy. Auckland is where your New Zealand adventure starts, so pack your bags and see you soon.

Kia Ora!