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13 Nights | 7 Rounds including Kauri Cliffs, Cape Kidnappers & Christchurch




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This 13 night / 7 round trip features the best of the best on both the North & South Islands. In the Bay of Islands, enjoy luxury accommodations and world class golf at the Lodge at Kauri Cliffs. In Napier, enjoy luxury accommodations and world class golf at the Farm at Cape Kidnappers. In Taupo, enjoy luxury accommodations at the Huka Lodge plus golf at Wairakei International. In Christchurch, play Clearwater and Christchurch GC and stay at the Peppers Clearwater Resort. In Queenstown, enjoy accommodations at Hotel St. Moritz plus golf at The Hills and breathtaking Jack's Point.

Sample Itinerary in Brief
Day 1: US Depart
Day 2:
Day 3: Bay of Islands
Kauri Cliffs Lodge
Day 4: Kauri Cliffs
Kauri Cliffs Lodge
Day 5: Kauri Cliffs Lodge
Day 6: Taupo
Huka Lodge
Day 7: Wairakei International
Huka Lodge
Day 8: Napier
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers
Day 9: Cape Kidnappers
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers
Day 10: Queenstown
Hotel St Moritz
Day 11: The Hills
Hotel St Moritz
Day 12: Jacks Point
Hotel St Moritz
Day 13: Christchurch
Peppers Clearwater Resort
Day 14: Clearwater
Peppers Clearwater Resort
Day 15: Christchurch
Peppers Clearwater Resort
Day 16: Depart New Zealand

<Day 3 3 nights ~ Kauri Cliffs Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

The lodge and course at Kauri Cliffs are situated on the truly spectacular Pacific Ocean coast, a little north of the Bay of Islands. Kauri Cliffs opened in February 2001. The main building boasts a large dining room, lounge, card room and tiger room named after the resort owner's affectionate moniker. All rooms in the main building have open fireplaces, and elegant furnishings, featuring English, Italian and Spanish antiques. All the artwork has originated in New Zealand. Adjacent to the main building is the accommodation. Sixteen rooms feature in eight separate cottages looking from the edge of native New Zealand forest, across the golf course to the Pacific Ocean and coastal islands. Each room has a private veranda, large lounge and bathroom, TV, open fireplace ad full his and hers walk-in wardrobe. Facilities at Kauri Cliffs include golf, a spa, heated pool, hunting, kayaking, a gymnasium, business centre, two tennis courts, various nature trails and three easily accessible private beaches. Dining at Kauri Cliffs is a la carte and there are several dining areas away from the main dining room.

<Day 4 ~ Kauri Cliffs

Golf today at Kauri Cliffs (tbc). Designed by David Harman this world class course also offers unparalleled spectacular ocean views. Situated high above the ocean, 15 of the holes look out on the Pacific Ocean. Immaculately presented, it is a fantastic experience to play and the memories will last forever. Rated number 5 worldwide by David Seanor of Golfweek.
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<Day 6 2 nights ~ Huka Lodge

Dinner, Bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

This exclusive property has been consistently chosen as one of the top retreats in the world. It offers a location of great natural beauty and luxurious hospitality, excellent cuisine and 17 acres of perfect peace and quiet. The main lodge has an understated elegance and is a welcoming haven in the evening. Gather with fellow guests in the candlelit dining room for a truly memorable experience. The standard of Huka Lodge's cuisine outstanding and showcases the very best of New Zealand's food and wine. Just 20 guest suites are tucked along the banks of the Waikato river, upstream from the mighty Huka Falls in Taupo, the centre of the North Island. This area offers superb recreational pursuits amongst truly unspoiled scenery. Golf is a favourite activity with guests, the lodge being located nearby to Wairakei International Golf Course. While at Huka Lodge you will experience the comfort, personal attention, atmosphere and ambience that its reputation is based on. However long you stay, you will take away memories of a very special time spent in a very special place.

<Day 7 ~ Wairakei International

Today play Wairakei International (tbc). The best inland course in the country, it has been rated by Golf Digest in the top 100 in the world. It provides everything one could wish for in a golf course. The signature hole is the 615 par 5 14th, aptly named 'The Rogue', a very demanding hole.
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<Day 8 2 nights ~ The Farm at Cape Kidnappers

Dinner, bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers opened in 2007 and is a true five star experience. Cape Kidnappers is set on a 6,000 acre sheep and cattle farm which emcompasses land reminiscent fo Montana but plunges 800 ft straight into the sea. Located on the North Island in Hawke's Bay, one of New Zealand's most important wine districts. On the exterior the lodge resembles a cluster of farm buildings. Local materials are incorporated into graciously sealed rooms full of natural light and unexpected treasures. Comfort and ease are at a premium with each room taking on a character of its own while harkening back to the rural feeling of the New Zealand sheep station and wine country. Spacious cottages each with breathtaking views open to large porches overlooking a stunning Pacific panorama. The cottages feature calm colors and materials yet contain all the modern amenities one could wish for. Each cottage has room controlled air conditioning, wireless internet connection, remote control flatscreen LCD TV, DVD, CD player with ipod connection, walk in closey, spacious bathroom with seperate WC and shower stalls, oversized bath tub and twin vanities. 180 degree panoramic views of the farm, golf course and Pacific Ocean are enjoyed from each suites private balcony. Pre dinner drinks, canapes and a gourmet multi-course dinner are included at Cape Kidnappers.

<Day 9 ~ Cape Kidnappers

Today play Cape Kidnappers (tbc). Renowned architect Tom Doak's first project outside of the U.S.A., Cape Kidnappers is perched on fingers of land nearly 500 feet above Hawke Bay, this vertigo inducing course, creased by ravines and patrolled by gannets, belongs more to heaven than earth. It is seaside golf at its finest, you'll hit heroic shots over the tops of tea trees, and play cautiously along the edges of deep ravines, every hole has a view of the Bay. Enjoy your game and enjoy the setting. You will never play golf somewhere like this again.
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<Day 10 3 nights ~ Hotel St Moritz

Bed & Breakfast.
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Your Itinerary

Idyllically situated in Queenstown, New Zealand, overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz embodies the spirit of its location. Its architecture and interiors offer intriguing works of art, bespoke furniture and refreshing colours, which highlight the unique charm of the place and the serenity of its surroundings. Decorated with style and elegance, its spacious rooms provide the same sense of calm and serenity. The blend of textures, colours and light combine to make this alpine residence a unique haven where sensorial delights await you.

<Day 11 ~ The Hills

Play today at The Hills (tbc). Opened in 2007, it is set over 101 hectares (250 acres) of former deer farm on the outskirts of Arrowtown in Central Otago. The Mill race winds its way through the property and feeds the ten lakes and various ponds and waterways on the golf course. Trees, both native and exotic, are a feature of the course. The Hills Course is a private members clubs which will on occasion allow outside visitor play. Host venue to the New Zealand Open in 2009.
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<Day 12 ~ Jacks Point

Play today at Jacks Point (tbc). The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. Cart is included in the green fee.
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<Day 13 3 nights ~ Peppers Clearwater Resort

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Your Itinerary

Peppers Clearwater Resort is a stunning new waterfront residential, golf and resort community, just a 15 minute drive from the beautiful city of Christchurch. These elegant and modern lakeside accommodations welcome privacy, relaxation, and refined entertaining. Guest rooms and suites, villas in a contemporary boathouse design, and the 2 bedroom Terrace Apartments each with a cozy fireplace, all offer marvelous lake and fairway views. The award winning fine dining Lakes Restaurant offers superb lake and mountain views. Natural spring-fed streams meander through the resort teeming with wild Brown and Rainbow Trout. Fly fishers are challenged to test their skill and luck! Tennis, mountain biking, and strolling the resort's walking paths are other pleasant pastimes you'll enjoy.

<Day 14 ~ Clearwater Country Club

Today play Clearwater (tbc). Clearwater Golf Club has proven itself as a professional golf venue for more than a decade.  Designed by John Darby and Bob Charles, the club has hosted the New Zealand Open and the New Zealand PGA Championship on multiple occasions.  Laid out on a massive 465 acre property north of Christchurch, the course is routed around lakes and streams that bring water into play on more than half the holes. The par four 18th is considered to be one of the best home holes in New Zealand playing from an elevated tee to a fairway bordered by water and to a green guarded by water on three sides. The course is complemented by a superb practice area a fleet of modern electric golf carts equipped with GPS.

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<Day 15 ~ Christchurch Golf Club

Today play Christchurch (tbc). This is the 2nd oldest club in New Zealand and has stood the test of time exceptionally well. A links type course with immaculate greens it has in the old traditions a great mix of long holes and exciting, delicate short ones. (P.J. Boatwright of the U.S.G.A. stated in 1990 that it could worthily hold the U.S. Open Championship).
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Day 1:

This evening depart the United States. You will travel over the International Date Line and arrive in New Zealand two days after your departure.

Day 2:
Day 3:

Sightseeing Suggestion: Waitangi Treaty Grounds: Gifted to the nation by Lord & Lady Bledisloe, the Waitangi Treaty grounds is a unique and fascinating insight into New Zealand's historic past. Visit the Treaty House, fully carved Maori Meeting House, Maori war canoe, the award winning sound and light display in the meeting house and the magnificent park like grounds where the Treaty was signed in 1840.

On arrival at Auckland Airport you will be met by PerryGolf personnel who will assist you with your luggage and transfer to your transportation.

OVERNIGHT: Kauri Cliffs Lodge - Deluxe Suite

Day 4: Kauri Cliffs image

Golf today at Kauri Cliffs (tbc). Designed by David Harman this world class course also offers unparalleled spectacular ocean views. Situated high above the ocean, 15 of the holes look out on the Pacific Ocean. Immaculately presented, it is a fantastic experience to play and the memories will last forever. Rated number 5 worldwide by David Seanor of Golfweek.

OVERNIGHT: Kauri Cliffs Lodge - Deluxe Suite

Day 5:

OVERNIGHT: Kauri Cliffs Lodge - Deluxe Suite

Day 6:

Sightseeing Suggestion:Taupo. This beautiful resort and holiday base enjoys a scenic location on the shores of Lake Taupo, at the centre of the North Island. The town sits on a thermal belt, and visitors can see areas of boiling mud, steam and geysers north of the town at Wairakei Park and Orakei Korako. Thermal activity first attracted visitors during the 1880s, but today the town lures anglers from throughout the world with a plentiful supply of rainbow and brown trout. Lake Taupo is popular for swimming, boating, waterskiing, jetskiing, kayaking, rowing and scenic cruises, while thrillseekers can enjoy bungy jumping, tandem skydiving, jetboating and whitewater rafting. The spectacular Huka Falls and the Aratiatia Rapids lie to the north of the town, while to the south are the imposing mountains of the volcanic plateau and the skifields of Mount Ruapehu.

OVERNIGHT: Huka Lodge - Junior Lodge Suite

Day 7: Wairakei International image

Today play Wairakei International (tbc). The best inland course in the country, it has been rated by Golf Digest in the top 100 in the world. It provides everything one could wish for in a golf course. The signature hole is the 615 par 5 14th, aptly named 'The Rogue', a very demanding hole.

OVERNIGHT: Huka Lodge - Junior Lodge Suite

Day 8:

Sightseeing Suggestion: Art Deco Tour. Napier is known as the Art Deco City. Walking tours, most conducted by the Art Deco Trust, operate daily and leave from the Marine Parade and proceed through Napier's Art Deco Quarter and a stylish retail shop. Delight in the decorative and colourful buildings - Napier is famous for its Jazz age architecture.

OVERNIGHT: The Farm at Cape Kidnappers - Lodge Suite

Day 9: Cape Kidnappers image

Today play Cape Kidnappers (tbc). Renowned architect Tom Doak's first project outside of the U.S.A., Cape Kidnappers is perched on fingers of land nearly 500 feet above Hawke Bay, this vertigo inducing course, creased by ravines and patrolled by gannets, belongs more to heaven than earth. It is seaside golf at its finest, you'll hit heroic shots over the tops of tea trees, and play cautiously along the edges of deep ravines, every hole has a view of the Bay. Enjoy your game and enjoy the setting. You will never play golf somewhere like this again.

OVERNIGHT: The Farm at Cape Kidnappers - Lodge Suite

Day 10:

Sightseeing Suggestion: Queenstown. Treasured for its magnificent scenery, adventure opportunities and luxury lifestyle. Long summer days blonde the tussocks, throwing the hills open to mountain bikers and hikers. The brilliant reds and golds of autumn colour the trees, inspiring photographers and golfers alike. In winter, snow transforms the region into a remarkable alpine playground for skiers and snowboarders. Spring brings the spark of fresh green to the landscape, a time to celebrate life with a cruise on the lake or an invigorating bungy jump. In any season, you can count on stylish accommodation, designer shopping and marvellous cuisine experiences. Queenstown's compact downtown area is a cosmopolitan hub that's relaxed during the day and huge fun at night.

OVERNIGHT: Hotel St Moritz - Alpine Suite

Day 11: The Hills image

Play today at The Hills (tbc). Opened in 2007, it is set over 101 hectares (250 acres) of former deer farm on the outskirts of Arrowtown in Central Otago. The Mill race winds its way through the property and feeds the ten lakes and various ponds and waterways on the golf course. Trees, both native and exotic, are a feature of the course. The Hills Course is a private members clubs which will on occasion allow outside visitor play. Host venue to the New Zealand Open in 2009.

OVERNIGHT: Hotel St Moritz - Alpine Suite

Day 12: Jacks Point image

Play today at Jacks Point (tbc). The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. Cart is included in the green fee.

OVERNIGHT: Hotel St Moritz - Alpine Suite

Day 13:

Sightseeing Suggestion: City Sights Tour: Four outstanding things to do in Christchurch in one day. First the International Antarctic Centre, experience the Antarctic first hand. Take a ride on the Christchurch Tram which weaves through the Central City. Visit the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve and finish up at the Christchurch Gondola, where after a cable car ride to the summit, be treated to breathtaking 360 degree views of Christchurch.

OVERNIGHT: Peppers Clearwater Resort - Lake View Suite

Day 14: Clearwater image

Today play Clearwater (tbc). Clearwater Golf Club has proven itself as a professional golf venue for more than a decade.  Designed by John Darby and Bob Charles, the club has hosted the New Zealand Open and the New Zealand PGA Championship on multiple occasions.  Laid out on a massive 465 acre property north of Christchurch, the course is routed around lakes and streams that bring water into play on more than half the holes. The par four 18th is considered to be one of the best home holes in New Zealand playing from an elevated tee to a fairway bordered by water and to a green guarded by water on three sides. The course is complemented by a superb practice area a fleet of modern electric golf carts equipped with GPS.

OVERNIGHT: Peppers Clearwater Resort - Lake View Suite

Day 15: Christchurch image

Today play Christchurch (tbc). This is the 2nd oldest club in New Zealand and has stood the test of time exceptionally well. A links type course with immaculate greens it has in the old traditions a great mix of long holes and exciting, delicate short ones. (P.J. Boatwright of the U.S.G.A. stated in 1990 that it could worthily hold the U.S. Open Championship).

OVERNIGHT: Peppers Clearwater Resort - Lake View Suite

Day 16:

Depart New Zealand from the Christchurch Airport. You will cross the International Date Line and arrive in the US on the same date as departing New Zealand.



Golf Schedule

Kauri Cliffs image

This world class course also offers unparalleled spectacular ocean views. Situated high above the ocean on 4,000 acres of working farmland, 15 of the holes look out on the Pacific Ocean. Immaculately presented, it is a fantastic experience to play and the memories will last forever. The inland holes wind through marsh, forest and famland as this magnificent course is presented in a natural setting. Fred Couples and Michael Campbell battled here in a Shell’s Wonderful World of Golf match.


Wairakei International image

The best inland course in the country, it has been rated by Golf Digest in the top 100 in the world. It provides everything one could wish for in a golf course. The signature hole is the 615 par 5 14th, aptly named 'The Rogue', a very demanding hole.Located in the Lake Taupo region, the course winds through a wildlife sanctuary and features many different varieties of birds. Fairways lined with dense strands of tall trees. The golf course fits naturally among the bush.
Cape Kidnappers image

Renowned architect Tom Doak's first project outside of the U.S., Cape Kidnappers is perched on fingers of land nearly 500 feet above Hawke's Bay. This vertigo-inducing course, creased by ravines and patrolled by gannets, belongs more to Heaven than Earth. It is seaside golf at its finest. You'll hit heroic shots over the tops of tea trees, and play cautiously along the edges of deep ravines. Every hole has a view of the Bay. Enjoy your game and enjoy the setting. It's unique!


The Hills image

This is a fantastic layout set over 101 hectares (250 acres) of former deer farm on the outskirts of Arrowtown in Central Otago. The Mill race winds its way through the property and feeds the ten lakes and various ponds and waterways on the golf course. Trees, both native and exotic, are a feature of the course. The Hills Course is a private members clubs which will on occasion allow outside visitor play. Host venue to the New Zealand Open in 2009.
Jacks Point image

The course is bounded by the Remarkables mountain range and Lake Wakatipu. It traverses through wetland to the lake edge encountering steep bluffs, indigenous vegetation and wildlife. It is designed to work with nature, not against it. Fairways are designed with minimal excavation and careful plantings to complement the natural environment, but also to give the golfer a fighting chance. A truly exciting course that thrills all the senses and is enriched by fescue fairways of the highest quality.
Clearwater image

Clearwater Golf Club has proven itself as a professional golf venue for more than a decade.  Designed by John Darby and Bob Charles, the club has hosted the New Zealand Open and the New Zealand PGA Championship on multiple occasions.  Laid out on a massive 465 acre property north of Christchurch, the course is routed around lakes and streams that bring water into play on more than half the holes. The par four 18th is considered to be one of the best home holes in New Zealand playing from an elevated tee to a fairway bordered by water and to a green guarded by water on three sides. The course is complemented by a superb practice area a fleet of modern electric golf carts equipped with GPS.


Christchurch image

This is the 2nd oldest club in New Zealand and has stood the test of time exceptionally well. A links type course with immaculate greens it has in the old traditions a great mix of long holes and exciting, delicate short ones. The 18th is a memorable short par-4 where you must thread a narrow gap off the tee and strike a precise iron to a well-guarded green. Christchurch has been a frequent host for the New Zealand Open and Amateur championships.


Accommodations

Kauri Cliffs Lodge image
The lodge and course at Kauri Cliffs are situated on the truly spectacular Pacific Ocean coast, a little north of the Bay of Islands. Kauri Cliffs opened in February 2001. The main building boasts a large dining room, lounge, card room and tiger room named after the resort owner's affectionate moniker. All rooms in the main building have open fireplaces, and elegant furnishings, featuring English, Italian and Spanish antiques. All the artwork has originated in New Zealand. Adjacent to the main building is the accommodation. Sixteen rooms feature in eight separate cottages looking from the edge of native New Zealand forest, across the golf course to the Pacific Ocean and coastal islands. Each room has a private veranda, large lounge and bathroom, TV, open fireplace ad full his and hers walk-in wardrobe. Facilities at Kauri Cliffs include golf, a spa, heated pool, hunting, kayaking, a gymnasium, business centre, two tennis courts, various nature trails and three easily accessible private beaches. Dining at Kauri Cliffs is a la carte and there are several dining areas away from the main dining room.
Huka Lodge image
This exclusive property has been consistently chosen as one of the top retreats in the world. It offers a location of great natural beauty and luxurious hospitality, excellent cuisine and 17 acres of perfect peace and quiet. The main lodge has an understated elegance and is a welcoming haven in the evening. Gather with fellow guests in the candlelit dining room for a truly memorable experience. The standard of Huka Lodge's cuisine outstanding and showcases the very best of New Zealand's food and wine. Just 20 guest suites are tucked along the banks of the Waikato river, upstream from the mighty Huka Falls in Taupo, the centre of the North Island. This area offers superb recreational pursuits amongst truly unspoiled scenery. Golf is a favourite activity with guests, the lodge being located nearby to Wairakei International Golf Course. While at Huka Lodge you will experience the comfort, personal attention, atmosphere and ambience that its reputation is based on. However long you stay, you will take away memories of a very special time spent in a very special place.
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers image

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers opened in 2007 and is a true five star experience. Cape Kidnappers is set on a 6,000 acre sheep and cattle farm which emcompasses land reminiscent fo Montana but plunges 800 ft straight into the sea. Located on the North Island in Hawke's Bay, one of New Zealand's most important wine districts. On the exterior the lodge resembles a cluster of farm buildings. Local materials are incorporated into graciously sealed rooms full of natural light and unexpected treasures. Comfort and ease are at a premium with each room taking on a character of its own while harkening back to the rural feeling of the New Zealand sheep station and wine country. Spacious cottages each with breathtaking views open to large porches overlooking a stunning Pacific panorama. The cottages feature calm colors and materials yet contain all the modern amenities one could wish for. Each cottage has room controlled air conditioning, wireless internet connection, remote control flatscreen LCD TV, DVD, CD player with ipod connection, walk in closey, spacious bathroom with seperate WC and shower stalls, oversized bath tub and twin vanities. 180 degree panoramic views of the farm, golf course and Pacific Ocean are enjoyed from each suites private balcony. Pre dinner drinks, canapes and a gourmet multi-course dinner are included at Cape Kidnappers.


Hotel St Moritz image
Idyllically situated in Queenstown, New Zealand, overlooking Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range, Hotel St Moritz embodies the spirit of its location. Its architecture and interiors offer intriguing works of art, bespoke furniture and refreshing colours, which highlight the unique charm of the place and the serenity of its surroundings. Decorated with style and elegance, its spacious rooms provide the same sense of calm and serenity. The blend of textures, colours and light combine to make this alpine residence a unique haven where sensorial delights await you.
Peppers Clearwater Resort
Peppers Clearwater Resort is a stunning new waterfront residential, golf and resort community, just a 15 minute drive from the beautiful city of Christchurch. These elegant and modern lakeside accommodations welcome privacy, relaxation, and refined entertaining. Guest rooms and suites, villas in a contemporary boathouse design, and the 2 bedroom Terrace Apartments each with a cozy fireplace, all offer marvelous lake and fairway views. The award winning fine dining Lakes Restaurant offers superb lake and mountain views. Natural spring-fed streams meander through the resort teeming with wild Brown and Rainbow Trout. Fly fishers are challenged to test their skill and luck! Tennis, mountain biking, and strolling the resort's walking paths are other pleasant pastimes you'll enjoy.


Ground Transportation

Hyundai iMax Minivan

Avis:Hyundai iMax Minivan with automatic transmission or similar, with unlimited mileage, comprehensive insurance with reduced excess.

Additional charges may apply for airport fees, one ways drop offs and remote locations.


Kauri Cliffs - exterior
Kauri Cliffs by Gary Lisbon
Kauri Cliffs by Gary Lisbon
Huka Lodge - exterior
Huka Lodge - exterior
Wairakei International
Wairakei International


 

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