The Southern Drift

The Southern Drift

The Southern Drift

$8,490 *pp
12 days
New Zealand

Uncover unique locations, secret trails, striking landscapes, natural treasures and roads less travelled on this true exploration of New Zealand's South Island.

Discover New Zealand on this Inspiring Journey through the natural treasures of the South Island. From the still waters of Milford Sound and snow-capped peaks of the Southern Alps to the rolling hills of Central Otago, delve into the beauty of landscapes that have remained unchanged for millennia.

Valid for travel Selected dates until November 2022
  • The magnificent icy landscape of Franz Josef Glacier
  • Dunedin’s Scottish influence
  • Listen to the stories and explore the grounds of Larnach Castle
  • Vibrant Queenstown, nestled at the foot of the Remarkables
  • With an adventure on the Haast River
  • Uncover Arrowtown’s gold mining heritage
  • Stay in a luxury eco-lodge in Fiordland National Park
  • Indulge in a spa treatment in Queenstown
  • Relax with a view of mountains and rivers on the TranzAlpine Train

  • Hand-picked accommodation
  • Many meals
  • Complimentary refreshments throughout the journey
  • Travel by bespoke vehicle with reclining seats, WiFi and air-conditioning
  • A maximum of 20 guests to share your journey
  • Expert driver guide escorts
  • All entrance and national park fees
  • Sustainable travel kit, including refillable water bottle and backpack
  • Exclusive immersive activities and interaction with local communities
  • Built-in leisure time, to explore destinations as you wish
  • Airport transfers
*Conditions apply: Prices are per person twin share & in AUD unless otherwise specified. Prices are correct as at 16 Sep 20 & are subject to change without notice & availability at time of booking. Valid for travel 11 Jan - 06 Dec 21. Valid for sale until sold out. Single supp available. Further conditions may apply. Booking, cancellation & credit card service fees may apply.

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