Mirror Travel: New Zealand: The Essential Two-Week Holiday Guide

The Mirror (London, England), April 7, 2001 | Go to article overview

Mirror Travel: New Zealand: The Essential Two-Week Holiday Guide


Byline: Mike Slate

Getting there: Heathrow-Auckland via LA with British Airways (to LA) and Qantas (to Auckland)

Two weeks in NZ including 12 nights' room-only accommodation (based on two sharing), 10-days' car hire, flights and transfers is pounds 909 per person. Travel up to June 15.

For flight reservations, call: 0345 747 767

For a complete package to New Zealand, call Qantas Holidays: 0870 567 3464 Website: www.qan tas.co.uk

British Airways Holidays offer 14 nights fly-drive to Auckland from pounds 899pp in June. Hotel stopovers in LA cost pounds 39pp per night. Phone 0870 2424245.

Air New Zealand

For reservations and package information call: 020 8741 2299 (8.30am-6.30pm Mon-Fri, and 9am-5pm Sat). Website: www. airnz.co.uk

Tourism New Zealand

For further information on New Zealand, call the Tourism New Zealand information line on: 09069 101010 (premium rate - calls are charged at pounds 1/min) or visit: www.purenz.com The Information Centre in the lobby of New Zealand House, 80 Haymarket, London is open Monday- Friday from 9am-5pm.

Holiday options: New Zealand's two islands offer very different landscapes. Visit the North Island for lush rainforest, sandy beaches, volcanic lakes, cosmopolitan cities and idyllic islands.

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