New Zealand Marvel

4.7/5 Based on 11 Reviews No Booking FeesDedicated Travel Advisor

New Zealand Marvel

4.7/5 Based on 11 Reviews No Booking FeesDedicated Travel Advisor
Fully Guided Coach Group Scenic
Our Price From 6,577 Per Person
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 Trip Length
14 Days
 Trip Starts
Christchurch
 Trip Finishes
Auckland
14 Day New Zealand Marvel Itinerary (AAT Kings)
Countries Explored: New Zealand
Our Price From 6,577 Per Person
Exclusive Savings 1,238 Per Person
 Trip Length
14 Days
 Trip Starts
Christchurch
 Trip Finishes
Auckland
14 Day New Zealand Marvel Itinerary (AAT Kings)
Countries Explored: New Zealand
Trip Style
Best Buys
Departures
Accommodation
3 - 4 Star
Max. Group Size
49
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Fully Guided
Trip Code
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Trip Style
Best Buys
Departures
Accommodation
3 - 4 Star
Max. Group Size
49
Guide Level
Fully Guided
Trip Code
LCCA

Overview

Read 11 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on AAT Kings 14 Day New Zealand Marvel. One country, two islands, two weeks, countless highs… this could well be the ultimate New Zealand guided tour. Standouts include gem-like Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere, cruise through World Heritage listed Milford Sound/Piopiotahi, Waitomo Caves tours to spot glowworms, and expeditions across turquoise lakes. We haven’t even mentioned the atmospheric towns and cities yet – tours in Queenstown, Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch all beckon.
Read 11 reviews and enjoy exclusive savings on AAT Kings 14 Day New Zealand Marvel. One country, two islands, two weeks, countless highs… this could well be the ultimate New Zealand guided tour. Standouts include gem-like Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere, cruise through World Heritage listed Milford Sound/Piopiotahi, Waitomo Caves tours to spot glowworms, and expeditions across turquoise lakes. We haven’t even mentioned the atmospheric towns and cities yet – tours in Queenstown, Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch all beckon.

Itinerary

There are plenty of reasons to arrive in New Zealand's ‘Garden City' early, among them the astonishing transformation that has reinvigorated streets since the devastating 2010/11 earthquakes. Explore at your leisure. We recommend jumping aboard the Christchurch Tram - the conductors are a hoot - to glimpse the mind-bending Transitional Cathedral, made largely of cardboard, and Turanga, the gold-clad central library. Stay: Ibis Hotel Christchurch

When the journey matters just as much as the destination, jump aboard the TranzAlpine train. This scenic spectacular - the start of your tour of the South Island of New Zealand - takes you through tunnels and over viaducts, with panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, icy rivers, beech forests, gorges and river valleys along the way.

Arriving in Hokitika, your outlook is all pounamu (native greenstone or jade). In Māori tradition, it's bad luck to buy this sacred stone for yourself; flutter your eyelids at the one you love. Around the corner is Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere, compact of snow and ice that shimmers like a gem. Get some perspective on an optional Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere flight tour over this natural wonder - if the weather behaves, you may even get to land on it. Now that's cool. (B/D) Stay: Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier (Graham Wing)

If you thought the scenery yesterday was dramatic, wait until you hit the Haast Pass today: over the saddle, the alpine scenery of the Southern Lakes spreads before you in a patchwork of blues and greens. First up there's lovely Lake Wanaka, with its Instagrammable shoreline of poplars and willows. Then Lake Hawea - the colour of an Ice Mint - and Lake Dunstan, where you'll pause to refuel on flavour-packed stone fruits. As tempting as it is to linger in Arrowtown's movie-set-like streets, Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables await in Queenstown. (B) Stay: Copthorne Hotel and Resort Queenstown (2 Nights)

Today, choose your own adventure - there are plenty to be had. Feel the wind in your hair on the high-octane Shotover Jet, perhaps. Or discover some of New Zealand's feathered friends at a wildlife centre. Wine aficionado? Sip your way through surrounding vineyards. Wherever you wander, make sure you're back in time to glide across Lake Wakatipu aboard the historic TSS Earnslaw to Walter Peak High Country Farm for a gourmet barbecue dinner and a little late-night dancing. (B/D)

There are some travel days that defy the imagination. Thankfully, you don't have to dream about all the natural highs in today's itinerary - they're about to become a reality. Your route from the Mirror Lakes through the Cleddau Valley is the entrée to Milford Sound/Piopiotahi, a cavernous wonderland where waterfalls thunder from ancient escarpments into inky water where dolphins play. You'll likely spot them on your Milford Sound/Piopiotahi cruise.

It's all part of World Heritage listed Fiordland National Park, an intoxicating union of beech forests, alluvial flats, meadows and gin-clear rivers, carving up the countryside. This is your backdrop all the way to Te Anau. And just when you thought things couldn't get any more magical, glow worm-filled grottoes make an appearance. We highly recommend a visit. (B/D) Stay: Distinction Luxmore Hotel

On the banks of the South Island's biggest lake, Te Anau turns on the sunrise charms. Enjoy a morning stroll before swapping the forested slopes of Fiordland for the rolling green hills of the Edinburgh of the South. Welcome to Dunedin, a beguiling union of both Māori and Scottish heritage (it was colonised by Scots in the 19th century).

While away the afternoon in atmospheric art-lined alleys or sipping a lager or two in Speights Brewery (a national institution). Or venture further afield to discover the wildlife that thrives in this pretty pocket of the country - fur seals and penguins, anyone? (B) Stay: Scenic Hotel Dunedin City

If you didn't get a taste for Dunedin's Scottish heritage yesterday, you surely will today. Explore grand Larnach Castle at your leisure - this is, after all, the only one of its kind in the country - then wander the manicured grounds of Otago University or the city's main George Street for an additional reminder of the city's ties to Europe. If you've ever wanted to see New Zealand's oldest public gardens, today you're in luck with a visit to Oamaru, known for its stately tree-lined streets and limestone buildings. (B/D) Stay: Heritage Gateway Hotel

Your outlook this morning is the Canterbury Plains: the turquoise waters of Lake Tekapo, hemmed by snow-capped mountains and atmospheric towns. If it seems familiar, that's because it regularly stars on postcards. Take it in on an optional scenic flight for added perspective of Southern Alps and on to Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere. Back on the ground, it's time to become reacquainted on a Christchurch tour, your in-the-know guide pointing out the city's miraculous transformation over the last decade. Local spirit is strong here. (B/D) Stay: Ibis Hotel Christchurch

Forget powdery white sand - once you've seen the dramatic black Kaikoura cove, you'll be spoilt for all future beach-bashing. Bonus points if you spot a sea lion or sperm whale frolicking offshore; a sighting is practically guaranteed if you opt for an aerial tour over the coastline. Your onward route skirts the pink-tinged crystallisation ponds of the Lake Grassmere Salt Works, before arriving in the pretty seaside fishing village of Picton. (B/D) Stay: Picton Beachcomber Inn

Cruising through Queen Charlotte Sound, up the Tory Channel and across Cook Strait is a journey as scenic as it is serene. Today's chariot, the Interislander, transports you from the South Island to the North, navigating a maze of arms and inlets into New Zealand's cool little capital of Wellington.

We hope you got some rest on your journey, because you'll need all your stamina to explore the award-winning (and eye-opening) Te Papa, the Museum of New Zealand on a Wellington tour. As your Travel Director for tips on where to sip wine and coffee tonight - this city is known for its uber-cool cafes, restaurants and bars. (B) Stay: Travelodge Wellington

Follow the lead of locals along the Kapiti Coast, the summer playground of Wellingtonians - for good reason. The road ahead unfolds in a broad panorama of Lake Taupo, the largest (and perhaps bluest) of its kind in the country. It's a landscape almost as otherworldly as Rotorua, where mud pops and jettisons from bubbling geysers, and steam rushes skywards from cracks in the Earth.

Tonight, delve deep into Maori culture and traditions at Te Puia. Your dinner, a hangi cooked underground, is served while you overlook the spectacular geothermal valley. The highlight is a Maori cultural performance in the beautifully carved meeting house, Te Aronui a Rua. (B/L/D) Stay: Ibis Rotorua Hotel (2 Nights)

Sometimes, the best adventures are those that you have when you least expect them. Like wandering into Rotorua's Polynesian Spa and falling into a few hours of bliss while soaking in steamy thermal springs. Who knew nature was this relaxing? Or discovering endangered birds on a working kiwi nursery and hatchery. Hobbit fans will want to take advantage of the opportunity to tour the sights featured in The Lord of the Rings movies at Hobbiton. These beautiful landscapes are not only a bucket list tour for Hobbit fans, but a gorgeous countryside getaway. (B)

Before you reach your final destination, get set to glow on a tour through the Waikato River's Waitomo Caves. This place is radiant - quite literally. While cruising cavernous limestone waterways, your route is cast in a magical light by thousands of glowworms. Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, appears on the horizon, dazzling with not one, but two harbours. And plenty of yachts to decorate both, as you'll see from the lookout at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. (B/D) Stay: Holiday Inn Express, Auckland

The ‘City of Sails' flutters as if waving goodbye as you make your way home - with two weeks' worth of extra baggage (all that wine!) and an innumerable number of memories. (B)

There are plenty of reasons to arrive in New Zealand's ‘Garden City' early, among them the astonishing transformation that has reinvigorated streets since the devastating 2010/11 earthquakes. Explore at your leisure. We recommend jumping aboard the Christchurch Tram - the conductors are a hoot - to glimpse the mind-bending Transitional Cathedral, made largely of cardboard, and Turanga, the gold-clad central library. Stay: Ibis Hotel Christchurch

When the journey matters just as much as the destination, jump aboard the TranzAlpine train. This scenic spectacular - the start of your tour of the South Island of New Zealand - takes you through tunnels and over viaducts, with panoramic views of snow-capped peaks, icy rivers, beech forests, gorges and river valleys along the way.

Arriving in Hokitika, your outlook is all pounamu (native greenstone or jade). In Māori tradition, it's bad luck to buy this sacred stone for yourself; flutter your eyelids at the one you love. Around the corner is Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere, compact of snow and ice that shimmers like a gem. Get some perspective on an optional Franz Josef Glacier/Ka Roimata o Hine Hukatere flight tour over this natural wonder - if the weather behaves, you may even get to land on it. Now that's cool. (B/D) Stay: Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier (Graham Wing)

If you thought the scenery yesterday was dramatic, wait until you hit the Haast Pass today: over the saddle, the alpine scenery of the Southern Lakes spreads before you in a patchwork of blues and greens.

First up there's lovely Lake Wanaka, with its Instagrammable shoreline of poplars and willows. Then Lake Hawea - the colour of an Ice Mint - and Lake Dunstan, where you'll pause to refuel on flavour-packed stone fruits. As tempting as it is to linger in Arrowtown's movie-set-like streets, Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables await in Queenstown. (B) Stay: Copthorne Hotel and Resort Queenstown (2 Nights)

Today, choose your own adventure - there are plenty to be had. Feel the wind in your hair on the high-octane Shotover Jet, perhaps. Or discover some of New Zealand's feathered friends at a wildlife centre. Wine aficionado? Sip your way through surrounding vineyards. Wherever you wander, make sure you're back in time to glide across Lake Wakatipu aboard the historic TSS Earnslaw to Walter Peak High Country Farm for a gourmet barbecue dinner and a little late-night dancing. (B/D)

There are some travel days that defy the imagination. Thankfully, you don't have to dream about all the natural highs in today's itinerary - they're about to become a reality. Your route from the Mirror Lakes through the Cleddau Valley is the entrée to Milford Sound/Piopiotahi, a cavernous wonderland where waterfalls thunder from ancient escarpments into inky water where dolphins play. You'll likely spot them on your Milford Sound/Piopiotahi cruise.

It's all part of World Heritage listed Fiordland National Park, an intoxicating union of beech forests, alluvial flats, meadows and gin-clear rivers, carving up the countryside. This is your backdrop all the way to Te Anau. And just when you thought things couldn't get any more magical, glow worm-filled grottoes make an appearance. We highly recommend a visit. (B/D) Stay: Distinction Luxmore Hotel

On the banks of the South Island's biggest lake, Te Anau turns on the sunrise charms. Enjoy a morning stroll before swapping the forested slopes of Fiordland for the rolling green hills of the Edinburgh of the South. Welcome to Dunedin, a beguiling union of both Māori and Scottish heritage (it was colonised by Scots in the 19th century).

While away the afternoon in atmospheric art-lined alleys or sipping a lager or two in Speights Brewery (a national institution). Or venture further afield to discover the wildlife that thrives in this pretty pocket of the country - fur seals and penguins, anyone? (B) Stay: Scenic Hotel Dunedin City

If you didn't get a taste for Dunedin's Scottish heritage yesterday, you surely will today. Explore grand Larnach Castle at your leisure - this is, after all, the only one of its kind in the country - then wander the manicured grounds of Otago University or the city's main George Street for an additional reminder of the city's ties to Europe. If you've ever wanted to see New Zealand's oldest public gardens, today you're in luck with a visit to Oamaru, known for its stately tree-lined streets and limestone buildings. (B/D) Stay: Heritage Gateway Hotel

Your outlook this morning is the Canterbury Plains. Your tour of the Indoor Dark Sky Astronomy Experience at Tekapo, hosted by passionate guides, will forever change the way you see the night sky. You'll see for yourself it may be one of the quietest spots on the planet, yet it has one of the busiest skies in the universe. Back on earth, it’s time to become reacquainted with Christchurch, your in-the-know guide pointing out the city’s miraculous transformation. (B/D) Stay: Ibis Hotel Christchurch

Forget powdery white sand - once you've seen the dramatic black Kaikoura cove, you'll be spoilt for all future beach-bashing. Bonus points if you spot a sea lion or sperm whale frolicking offshore; a sighting is practically guaranteed if you opt for an aerial tour over the coastline. Your onward route skirts the pink-tinged crystallisation ponds of the Lake Grassmere Salt Works, before arriving in the pretty seaside fishing village of Picton. (B/D) Stay: Picton Yacht Club Hotel

Cruising through Queen Charlotte Sound, up the Tory Channel and across Cook Strait is a journey as scenic as it is serene. Today's chariot, the Interislander, transports you from the South Island to the North, navigating a maze of arms and inlets into New Zealand's cool little capital of Wellington.

We hope you got some rest on your journey, because you'll need all your stamina to explore the award-winning (and eye-opening) Te Papa, the Museum of New Zealand on a Wellington tour. As your Travel Director for tips on where to sip wine and coffee tonight - this city is known for its uber-cool cafes, restaurants and bars. (B) Stay: Travelodge Wellington

Follow the lead of locals along the Kapiti Coast, the summer playground of Wellingtonians - for good reason. The road ahead unfolds in a broad panorama of Lake Taupo, the largest (and perhaps bluest) of its kind in the country. It's a landscape almost as otherworldly as Rotorua, where mud pops and jettisons from bubbling geysers, and steam rushes skywards from cracks in the Earth.

Tonight, delve deep into Maori culture and traditions at Te Puia. Your dinner, a hangi cooked underground, is served while you overlook the spectacular geothermal valley. The highlight is a Maori cultural performance in the beautifully carved meeting house, Te Aronui a Rua. (B/L/D) Stay: Ibis Rotorua Hotel (2 Nights)

Sometimes, the best adventures are those that you have when you least expect them. Like wandering into Rotorua's Polynesian Spa and falling into a few hours of bliss while soaking in steamy thermal springs. Who knew nature was this relaxing? Or discovering endangered birds on a working kiwi nursery and hatchery. Hobbit fans will want to take advantage of the opportunity to tour the sights featured in The Lord of the Rings movies at Hobbiton. These beautiful landscapes are not only a bucket list tour for Hobbit fans, but a gorgeous countryside getaway. (B)

Before you reach your final destination, get set to glow on a tour through the Waikato River's Waitomo Caves. This place is radiant - quite literally. While cruising cavernous limestone waterways, your route is cast in a magical light by thousands of glowworms. Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, appears on the horizon, dazzling with not one, but two harbours. And plenty of yachts to decorate both, as you'll see from the lookout at the Auckland War Memorial Museum. (B/D) Stay: Holiday Inn Express, Auckland

The ‘City of Sails' flutters as if waving goodbye as you make your way home - with two weeks' worth of extra baggage (all that wine!) and an innumerable number of memories. (B)

Trip Inclusions

  • From snow-tipped mountains to a wild and dramatic coastline and turquoise alpine lakes, the Southern Lakes region is one of NZ's most diverse and distinctive wilderness areas.
  • From helicopter jaunts to thrilling jet-boat rides, winery expeditions to Hobbiton tours, your Travel Director is at your beck and call to organise travel optional experiences.
  • There's a reason why we give you downtime in Rotorua and Queenstown – there are enough attractions to fill every traveller's wish list.
  • Waterfalls, ancient escarpments and dolphins await in Fiordland National Park's Milford Sound/Piopiotahi. This World Heritage Site is as humbling as it is immense.
  • Thousands of kids across NZ go hungry every year. The ‘Eat My Lunch' program that you support ensures this tide is turning.

  • Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
  • 1 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Fiordland National Park
  • Centrally located premium 3.5-star hotels

  • 13 Full Breakfasts
  • 1 Lunch
  • 6 Dinners
  • 2 Highlight Dinners

  • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
  • Water bottle
  • Warm layers in cooler months
  • Camera
  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Day 1: Flight to arrive by 4:00pm into Christchurch Airport
  • Day 14: Flight to depart any time from Auckland Airport

  • Low level of fitness required

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise and internal flights as specified only. Flights not specified are not included.

  • From snow-tipped mountains to a wild and dramatic coastline and turquoise alpine lakes, the Southern Lakes region is one of NZ's most diverse and distinctive wilderness areas.
  • From helicopter jaunts to thrilling jet-boat rides, winery expeditions to Hobbiton tours, your Travel Director is at your beck and call to organise travel optional experiences.
  • There's a reason why we give you downtime in Rotorua and Queenstown – there are enough attractions to fill every traveller's wish list.
  • Waterfalls, ancient escarpments and dolphins await in Fiordland National Park's Milford Sound/Piopiotahi. This World Heritage Site is as humbling as it is immense.
  • Thousands of kids across NZ go hungry every year. The ‘Eat My Lunch' program that you support ensures this tide is turning.

  • Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
  • 1 UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Fiordland National Park
  • Centrally located premium 3.5-star hotels

  • 13 Full Breakfasts
  • 1 Lunch
  • 6 Dinners
  • 2 Highlight Dinners

  • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
  • Water bottle
  • Warm layers in cooler months
  • Camera
  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Day 1: Flight to arrive by 4:00pm into Christchurch Airport
  • Day 14: Flight to depart any time from Auckland Airport

  • Low level of fitness required

  • Accommodation, itinerary and inclusions subject to change.
  • Prices are for land/cruise and internal flights as specified only. Flights not specified are not included.

Trip Reviews (11) View All Most Recent 'New Zealand Marvel' Reviews

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New Zealand Coach Tour 2 , AZ, United States, Nov 2023
Global Journeys handled our every need and question! This trip was one of the best I've experienced. AAT Kings provided an excellent tour guide, and I couldn't believe the skills of the bus drivers. Accommodations were perfect. I had a few suggestions for AAT Kings for future journeys: providing more information on the terrain on specific excursions; ...read more perhaps offering headphones for the hard of hearing; and providing name tags to ease getting acquainted with our fellow travelers.
New Zealand Marvel 0 , WA, Australia, Dec 2019
Our tour of New Zealand was really great although we found the pace a little bit rushed and would more than likely drive ourselves next time, allowing for longer stops along the way. The accommodation was good in most cases except for the last place we stayed in Auckland the VR Queen Street Hotel & Suites. We found the room to be not up to the standard ...read more for which we paid for in particular the bathroom was really small and would only fit one person at a time in it. The Tour Leader and coach driver were both very helpful and knowledgeable which was really great, they made us feel really comfortable with lots of tips along the whole trip. Otherwise we'd more than likely book through Global Journeys again.
New Zealand Marvel 2 , VIC, Australia, Feb 2018
Excellent tour, guide and driver. The hotels and food were excellent. Great sightseeing and highlight events. Some great included trips. Highly recommend.
Wonderful trip to New Zealand 2 , Australia, Jan 2016
Absolutely fantastic holiday from start to finish, everything was so well organised. Our tour guide Mel and our driver Mark were fantastic. Accommodation, food, highlight dinners and all tours were fabulous. Michelle our booking consultant was so helpful even though as I was booking for 8 people, 6 of which were in the UK. We couldn't have asked for ...read more a better holiday. We will definitely use Global Journeys and AAT Kings again.
Would do it again 0 , WA, Australia, Aug 2015
There was a lot crammed into a short time-frame, but then I knew what it would be like having checked the map beforehand. Driver and Tour Director were really good. We were very lucky with the weather - two or three wet days but wonderful snow in Milford, Exuberant snowball fights for folk that had never seen snow. Quite cold, but we had the advantage ...read more of only a few coaches on the road and at the venues. Would do it again.
An absolute bargain 2 , TAS, Australia, Mar 2015
My friend and I were very fortunate to have Tania as our tour director and Mark as our coach driver for our 2 week New Zealand Marvel holiday. Everything was taken care off, the rooms, the transport, the meals, the advice on where to go and what to see when we reached our mini destinations along route. Tania was very knowledgeable, professional and ...read more a great laugh. She shared her experiences and knowledge with everyone on the trip, this made it a very informative and enlightening trip. Mark was an expert driver, he was proud of his coach and it was immaculate at all times. Mark was knowledgeable, informative and great fun, we had many laughs on our trip with Mark and Tania, they worked so well together. The holiday was an absolute bargain, I have no hesitation recommending this trip to anyone who wants to see the beautiful South and North Island of New Zealand. The package was planned perfectly to see the best of the Island, we were very fortunate to have great weather along our journey. Only wished we could have stayed longer, hopefully one day we will visit again.
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Sunday 01 Feb 2026
Status
From: $8,835
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 26 Jan 2026
Sunday 08 Feb 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 02 Feb 2026
Sunday 15 Feb 2026
Status
From: $8,835
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 09 Feb 2026
Sunday 22 Feb 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 16 Feb 2026
Sunday 01 Mar 2026
Status
From: $8,835
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 23 Feb 2026
Sunday 08 Mar 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 02 Mar 2026
Sunday 15 Mar 2026
Status
From: $8,835
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 09 Mar 2026
Sunday 22 Mar 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 16 Mar 2026
Sunday 29 Mar 2026
Status
From: $8,835
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 23 Mar 2026
Sunday 05 Apr 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 30 Mar 2026
Sunday 12 Apr 2026
Status
From: $8,835 $8,658
Save $177 Enquire
Exclusive Deal
Monday 08 Apr 2024
Sunday 21 Apr 2024
Status
From: $10,565 $10,459
Save $106 Enquire
Monday 29 Apr 2024
Sunday 12 May 2024
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Monday 02 Sep 2024
Sunday 15 Sep 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Exclusive Deal
Monday 30 Sep 2024
Sunday 13 Oct 2024
Status
From: $9,230 $9,138
Save $92 Enquire
Monday 14 Oct 2024
Sunday 27 Oct 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Monday 21 Oct 2024
Sunday 03 Nov 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Exclusive Deal
Monday 28 Oct 2024
Sunday 10 Nov 2024
Status
From: $10,255 $9,138
Save $1,117 Enquire
Monday 04 Nov 2024
Sunday 17 Nov 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Exclusive Deal
Monday 18 Nov 2024
Sunday 01 Dec 2024
Status
From: $10,255 $9,138
Save $1,117 Enquire
Monday 25 Nov 2024
Sunday 08 Dec 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Monday 02 Dec 2024
Sunday 15 Dec 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Exclusive Deal
Monday 09 Dec 2024
Sunday 22 Dec 2024
Status
From: $10,255 $8,630
Save $1,625 Enquire
Monday 16 Dec 2024
Sunday 29 Dec 2024
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Monday 23 Dec 2024
Sunday 05 Jan 2025
Status
From: $10,255
  N/A
Exclusive Deal
Monday 30 Dec 2024
Sunday 12 Jan 2025
Status
From: $10,255 $8,630
Save $1,625 Enquire
Monday 06 Jan 2025
Sunday 19 Jan 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Monday 13 Jan 2025
Sunday 26 Jan 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  Sold Out
Monday 20 Jan 2025
Sunday 02 Feb 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 27 Jan 2025
Sunday 09 Feb 2025
Status
From: $10,565 $10,404
Save $161 Enquire
Monday 03 Feb 2025
Sunday 16 Feb 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Monday 10 Feb 2025
Sunday 23 Feb 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  Sold Out
Monday 17 Feb 2025
Sunday 02 Mar 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 24 Feb 2025
Sunday 09 Mar 2025
Status
From: $10,565 $10,404
Save $161 Enquire
Monday 03 Mar 2025
Sunday 16 Mar 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 10 Mar 2025
Sunday 23 Mar 2025
Status
From: $10,565 $10,404
Save $161 Enquire
Monday 17 Mar 2025
Sunday 30 Mar 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  N/A
Monday 24 Mar 2025
Sunday 06 Apr 2025
Status
From: $10,565
  Sold Out
Exclusive Savings
Monday 07 Apr 2025
Sunday 20 Apr 2025
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 28 Apr 2025
Sunday 11 May 2025
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Monday 01 Sep 2025
Sunday 14 Sep 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 29 Sep 2025
Sunday 12 Oct 2025
Status
From: $11,284 $11,112
Save $172 Enquire
Monday 13 Oct 2025
Sunday 26 Oct 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Monday 20 Oct 2025
Sunday 02 Nov 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 27 Oct 2025
Sunday 09 Nov 2025
Status
From: $11,284 $11,112
Save $172 Enquire
Monday 03 Nov 2025
Sunday 16 Nov 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 17 Nov 2025
Sunday 30 Nov 2025
Status
From: $11,284 $11,112
Save $172 Enquire
Monday 24 Nov 2025
Sunday 07 Dec 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Monday 01 Dec 2025
Sunday 14 Dec 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 08 Dec 2025
Sunday 21 Dec 2025
Status
From: $11,284 $11,112
Save $172 Enquire
Monday 15 Dec 2025
Sunday 28 Dec 2025
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Monday 22 Dec 2025
Sunday 04 Jan 2026
Status
From: $11,284
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 29 Dec 2025
Sunday 11 Jan 2026
Status
From: $11,284 $11,112
Save $172 Enquire
Monday 05 Jan 2026
Sunday 18 Jan 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Monday 12 Jan 2026
Sunday 25 Jan 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Monday 19 Jan 2026
Sunday 01 Feb 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 26 Jan 2026
Sunday 08 Feb 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 02 Feb 2026
Sunday 15 Feb 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 09 Feb 2026
Sunday 22 Feb 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 16 Feb 2026
Sunday 01 Mar 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 23 Feb 2026
Sunday 08 Mar 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 02 Mar 2026
Sunday 15 Mar 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 09 Mar 2026
Sunday 22 Mar 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Monday 16 Mar 2026
Sunday 29 Mar 2026
Status
From: $11,595
  N/A
Exclusive Savings
Monday 23 Mar 2026
Sunday 05 Apr 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
Exclusive Savings
Monday 30 Mar 2026
Sunday 12 Apr 2026
Status
From: $11,595 $11,418
Save $177 Enquire
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Note
A definite departure means minimum numbers have been reached for this departure to operate. Your Global Journeys Travel Advisor will check the availability of your departure date when you enquire. Additional savings may apply. We guarantee the lowest price in Australia. T&C’s apply.
Note
Tour & cruises prices are per person. Prices shown have savings applied, are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Prices and trip information are correct at the time at this point in time, however are subject to confirmation at the time of booking and are subject to change by AAT Kings. For cruise itineraries, cabin images are sourced from AAT Kings. These should be treated as indicative only. Cabin inclusions, upholsteries and room layout may differ to the image(s) shown depending on the ship selected and your sailing dates.

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