Two new seven-day holidays discovering Auckland, Rotorua and Queenstown plus a five-day family adventure are the headline acts in AAT Kings’ newly released 2017-18 New Zealand brochure. With all departure dates as definite, you’ll sell AAT Kings with even more confidence.
With a massive range of 35 comprehensive itineraries that take guests to the heart of each destination, AAT Kings brings New Zealand to life. Every AAT Kings hand-crafted itinerary features all the must-see sights, matched with quality accommodation and ‘Hidden Gems’ guests simply couldn’t experience if travelling on their own. Friendly Travel Directors and Driver Guides bring each destination to life with fascinating stories and insights.
To celebrate the release of the brochure, AAT Kings have launched a “‘Name our Kiwi’ competition showcasing its support of Rotorua’s Rainbow Springs Kiwi Breeding program. Simply suggest a name for AAT Kings’ little Kiwi by 26 April, 2017 for your chance to win a $300 gift voucher or one of four $50 runner-up gift vouchers. Visit agents.aatkings.com/win to enter.
Early Payment Discounts of 10% are also available for bookings paid in full by 26 April, 2017.
New 2017-18 holidays include:
- 5-day New Zealand Family Shindig First Choice guided holiday visiting Auckland and Rotorua. Guests go behind the scenes at the Sea Life Aquarium, explore Middle-Earth in adorable Hobbit costumes and make some furry friends at the Agrodome Farm Show. Departures from October, 2017.
- 7-day Summer Sampler First Choice guided holiday from Auckland to Queenstown. Discover what New Zealand’s islands have to offer. Guests will indulge in gourmet food in Auckland, cruise Waitomo’s Glowworm Grotto, experience a Maori Hangi and discover Rotorua’s geothermal. Then it’s down South to historic Arrowtown and adventure capital Queenstown. Departures from November 2017.
- 7-day Kiwi Encounter First Choice guided holiday from Queenstown to Auckland. Guests will dine at the historic Boatshed, explore and relax in Queenstown before experiencing farm life in Rotorua and the sights of Auckland. Departures from October, 2017.