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Auckland - An all round Getaway

International Travel | New Zealand

Devenport Wharf in Auckland
Westhaven Marina (Photo Courtesy: Joseph Watkins)
Californian Sea Lion Auckland Zoo (Photo Courtesy: Sreejithk2000)
Tamaki Drive
Parnell Rose Gardens (Photo Courtesy: Gadfium)
Sky Tower (Photo Courtesy: Tomwsulcer)
Penguins at the Aquarium (Photo Courtesy: ZoofanNZ)
Waitakere (Photo Courtesy: russavia)

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and a popular arrival point for guest arriving in North Island area of New Zealand. Auckland is often opted for on arrival and departure as a getaway by family travellers. Auckland has parks, experiences and places to visit in and around it that are popular with family travellers.

Auckland is a Marina capital of the world with more than 2000 yachts moored at its shores. Westland Marina is where guests arrive in evening at the waterfront to Bars and restaurants around it. Sky Tower in Auckland is the tallest tower in Auckland and most visited for its views.

Kelly Tarltons SEA LIFE aquarium is home to the world's largest sub-Antarctic penguin colony display, the world's biggest species of stingray and New Zealand's largest collection of sharks.

Auckland Zoo is set in 17 hectares of lush parkland, it is the home to the largest collection of native and exotic animals in New Zealand.

Tamaki Drive is a scenic waterfront route around Auckland's eastern bays is dotted with cafes, park-like picnic areas and safe sandy beaches. Bastion Point is well maintained park reserve. From here, you can enjoy panoramic views of the harbour and islands.

Rainbows End Theme Park is spread over 23 acres in Auckland and is New Zealand's largest theme park. The theme park has rides and activities that cater to all - thrill rides, an indoor complex for children who are eight years old or under and family rides.

For adventure and experiential travellers there is Waitakere Ranges Regional Park which covers more than 16,000 hectares of native rainforest and coastline, it comprises of some of Auckland's most visited natural treasures. With over 250 kilometres of walking tracks and surrounded by scenery

Auckland may appear to be just another transit Airport to arrive at but has many activities and experiences to enthral family travellers, getaway seekers and first time travellers to New Zealand.

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