Kia-ora kids! It’s time to explore NZ!
New Zealand. Its verdant landscapes earned it a huge feature in Lord of the Rings, the country is home to more species of penguins than any other country, about one third of the country is protected national park AND they were the first country to introduce organised commercial bungee jumping.
As if those aren’t good enough reasons to visit New Zealand already, STA Travel has just launched an exclusive offer of up to 40% off the Kiwi Experience Whole Kit & Caboodle hop-on hop-off bus pass, meaning you can see so much more for so much less!
From as low as $1,019 (down from $1,698), the pass allows you to start anywhere, taking as little or as much time as you like exploring at each stop, before finishing where you started.
Head up to magical Cape Reinga and all the way down to New Zealand’s southernmost city, Invercargill, including stops at all of the great adventure tourism activities in between. We’re talking kayaking in crystal clear waters, horse-riding through undulated terrain, black water rafting for the brave, trekking and more.
For those looking for a little more rest and relaxation, enjoy the stops where you can immerse yourself in luxurious hot springs, mosey through caves or picnic by picturesque waterfalls, or soak up the sun on one of New Zealand’s many amazing beaches.
With an abundance of friendly wildlife in this beautiful country, your travels will take you to places where you’ll see sea-lions and penguins and you’ll even get the chance to go whale and dolphin watching or check out fossilised forests.
What’s more, you also receive a free Milford Sound cruise and go sandboarding at Cape Reinga, with knowledgeable and fun driver guides to entertain you along the journey.
Get ready to say Kia-Ora with the Whole Kit & Caboodle package – but you better get in quick!
*Terms and conditions apply. Sales permitted until 31 March 2020 or until sold out. For more information, visit: www.statravel.com.au.
Keen to Start The Adventure? You can also visit an STA Travel store or call 134 782.