New Zealand Honeymoon Tours


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A honeymoon in New Zealand is like a holiday in a dreamland full of romantic experiences, natural beauty, and thrills. With its vibrant cities, breathtaking landscapes, and stunning coastline, New Zealand offers the perfect backdrop for an enchanting and memorable honeymoon. New Zealand Honeymoon Packages cater to couples seeking a blend of adventure, relaxation, and romance. 

New Zealand tour packages for a couple from India, such as those offered by Flamingo Transworld, guarantee a hassle-free and enjoyable trip. These packages come with hotel stays, flights, and customized itineraries that highlight the best of New Zealand.

Imagine taking a romantic stroll hand-in-hand along the golden sands of the Bay of Islands or admiring the ethereal splendor of the fjords in Milford Sound. The various landscapes of New Zealand offer limitless options for adventure and discovery. You can indulge in wine tasting in the scenic Marlborough region, hike in the Southern Alps, or ride a helicopter over the geothermal wonders of Rotorua. New Zealand is one such destination that blends romance, adventure, and natural beauty. Choose the New Zealand Honeymoon Packages with Flamingo Transworld and have a romantic holiday in New Zealand with your better half. 

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Places to visit in New Zealand for honeymoon 

New Zealand has a wealth of stunning locations for your honeymoon. Begin your holiday in Queenstown, which is famous for its adventure sports and scenic surroundings. Explore the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, the exciting city life of Auckland, and the scenic splendor of the Bay of Islands. Fall in love all over again in the middle of the breathtaking beauty of New Zealand.


Auckland is also known as the City of Sails which is the largest and most populated city of New Zealand. Auckland is located on the North Island, and is popular for its vibrant culture and foodie landscape. To witness the amazing views of this beautiful metropolis you can climb the Auckland Harbor Bridge. If you wish to learn more about the history and heritage of New Zealand, then you must explore the Auckland Domain which is the city’s oldest part. Here you will find exhibits of Maori and Pacific Island artifacts at the Auckland Museum. Don’t miss out the main attraction of Auckland - the Sky Tower which is 328 meters high, offering a stunning view of the city.


Rotorua is located in the central North Island and is famous for its geothermal wonders and Maori traditions and culture. It is a thermal wonderland and the numerous geysers and hot springs are scattered all around the city. Many of the geysers are enclosed in parks and reserves. Its startling topography includes steaming geysers, boiling mud pools, thermal springs and volcanic craters. Some adventure options like skydiving, luging, trekking and mountain biking some of the must-try activities in Rotorua.


Queenstown is known as New Zealand’s adventure capital which is one of the top tourist destinations of New Zealand. It is nestled between towering peaks of the Southern Alps and on the banks of deep-blue Lake Wakatipu. You can cycle around the lake to enjoy the scenery or set off on a cruise in the lake’s magnificent waters. Nightlife in Queenstown is also vibrant with the town’s central area packed with bars and restaurants.


Located on the South Island, Wanaka is a must stop place because of the Southern Alps and its proximity to Queenstown. Wanaka is loaded with spectacular sights, adventurous attractions and classy vineyards that are very easily reachable. It is a perfect mixture of outdoor adventures and indoor indulgence. Its rich history, heritage and modern farm life are worth experiencing. Its snowcapped peaks, lake views, alpine meadows and ancient streams make it a photographer’s dream.


Christchurch is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New Zealand. Travellers would find it hard to believe that after 4 massive earthquakes between the period of 2010 and 2011 that left the city in ruins, Christchurch has managed to spring back to life. You will get to witness the rebirth of the city everywhere you see. From new buildings to shopping malls everything has been reconstructed. Some of the popular attractions of the city include Botanical Gardens, conservatories and horticulture displays. Explore both, the old and new Christchurch on the gondola over the top of Mount Cavendish.

Lake Tekapo

Lake Tekapo shines with its bright blue glacial waters. By night, it becomes a stargazing haven. Its township, stunning lake view and Mt. St John Observatory are all part of the South Island’s International Dark Sky Reserve. During spring, you will get to witness the lupines which colour the roadside in purple and pink hues.

Things to Do in New Zealand on Honeymoon 

A honeymoon in New Zealand guarantees unforgettable experiences and endless adventures. You can hike in the mountains, stroll hand in hand on golden sand beaches, wine tasting, or engage in thrilling activities with your partner, like skydiving or bungee jumping. Whatever you wish to do – New Zealand serves the perfect amalgamation of excitement, romance, and natural wonders for your honeymoon getaway. 

Get Matching Ice Cream Cones In Auckland

After a long tiring flight to New Zealand, going to Auckland is a must. To cure jetlag, walk along the waterfront and enjoy some delicious ice cream. You must visit the ice cream shop named Giapo which is an innovative ice cream shop serving frozen treats as work of art. On their honeymoon, couples can order “Two Become One” which adds chocolates heart halves to each of your cones which fit together for the perfect shot for your social media.

Experience Glow Worm Wonders

The Waitomo Glow Worm Caves are located near Waitomo on the North Island which is 2 hours away from Auckland Airport. The Waitomo Caves are home to rare and amazing glow worms. They are tiny creatures producing blue-green light that illuminate the ceilings of the caves with a magical glow. Honeymooners can take a boat ride through 30 billion years of geological history and gaze upon the Mother Nature’s mesmerizing light show.

Make Your Own Pasta And Eat Too

Pasta is one of those dishes that has rapidly received popularity among people of all ages. In New Zealand, you can actually learn the recipe and make your own pasta. Couples can opt for pasta-making workshops in Auckland. Numerous restaurants here offer pasta making workshops that not only teach you to make pasta but also trains you to make pasta in a similar way as restaurants. Since couples will get to master the recipes straight from the experts, it is sure to be a unique experience.

Leap Off The Edge Of The Sky Tower

One of the main highlights of any city is its skyline. In order to make the most of such a view, one needs to enjoy it from a different altitude altogether. To make sure all tourists enjoy the skyline of New Zealand, Auckland has constructed the Sky Tower. Just like other such watch towers of various cities in the world Sky Tower also offers facilities like fancy dinner at great heights, observation deck, etc. One exciting highlight about the Sky tower is one can try bungee jumping off the edge and jump from the top.

Watch The Sunset From Mt. Eden

There is something about sunsets that make them romantic and unforgettable! In Auckland one of the best ways to enjoy a sunset is to witness it from Mt. Eden. This mountain is mainly dominated by a volcanic peak named Maungawhau. It is surrounded by hiking trails on all sides for travelers to explore.

Take A Gondola Ride And Enjoy The Skyline

If you are interested in a truly unique experience, then this activity is surely worth it. Set off on a hike to the top of Queenstown’s mountain to take a scenic ride in the iconic Skyline Gondola. Soak in the stunning views as you ride the steepest cable car in the Southern Hemisphere. 450 meters above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu you will enjoy a spectacular 220-degree panoramic view with breathtaking scenery. You will be able to view Coronet Peak, the Remarkable, Walter and Cecil Park and of course the Queenstown skyline.

Best time to visit New Zealand

The perfect time to honeymoon in New Zealand depends on your choices. December to February is the summer season. Plan your trip during this season to enjoy outdoor activities and mild weather. Visit between March and May for fewer tourists and gorgeous autumnal colors. From June to August, winter sports fans can take in the snow-capped mountains and cozy experiences. Select the time of year that best suits your needs and plan a romantic honeymoon in New Zealand.
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