Auckland Holidays

Auckland is not only home to beautiful hidden beaches, verdant islands and lush volcanic hills, it also boasts exceptional wines, multicultural cuisine and a rich heritage worth exploring.

Johannesburg to Auckland return from R13,660* return from R22,590*
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Cape Town to Auckland return from R13,660* return from R23,970*
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Durban to Auckland return from R13,670* return from R23,690*
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With its three sparkling harbours and rolling landscape punctuated by volcanic hills, Auckland remains one of the most popular destinations in for nature lovers. Hidden bays, rugged islands and secluded beaches offer no end of opportunities for travellers to experience the natural splendour that New Zealand is famous for. Get your holiday off to a fantastic start and head west where you can wander through the spellbinding Waitakere Ranges, a vast expanse of lush rainforest criss-crossed by dozens of beautiful hiking trails.

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Not only is Auckland teeming with outdoor adventures, it’s also steeped in the fascinating history of Maori legend. As the largest Polynesian-inhabited city in the world, Auckland has plenty to offer in the way of culture and heritage. Marvel at the sweeping views of the city from atop the lofty Sky Tower, then amble through the historic houses and boutique shops of Parnell. Those in search of something a little more thrilling can hop on a speedy jet boat and whizz around the expansive Waitemata Harbour.

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Explore a bit further afield to the scenic village of Matakana., Here you’ll find a sumptuous array of rolling vineyards and local organic produce. Take the pleasant 35-minute boat trip to Waiheke Island, known for good reason as the "Island of Wine". Go on a guided tasting tour across 30 boutique vineyards that feature carefully crafted wines of the region. Don’t forget to indulge in some award-winning olive oil tasting while you’re there!

A selection of fantastic restaurants ensures that foodies will never go hungry in Auckland. Menus feature a tempting combination of local produce with seasonal delicacies that will impress even the most discerning palates. Those in search of some slow food can head just outside the city to a number of quaint markets featuring local arts and crafts, as well as organic cuisine.

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