New Zealand Honeymoon Specials for Christmas and New Year

Christmas and New Years New Zealand Honeymoon Specials

Auckland is an idyllic shopping paradise! Shops and street markets remain open year-round to provide visitors with plenty of opportunities for retail therapy – and then relax while taking in its charming city atmosphere!

Nature enthusiasts will delight in discovering New Zealand’s pristine beaches and native forests. Stay at one of New Zealand’s luxury lodges such as Helena Bay to take in its natural surroundings from your private cabin – don’t miss seeing wildlife roam free around their surroundings.

1. Winter Wonderland

New Zealand offers travelers an unforgettable experience at any season of the year, but winter seems particularly charming. Less crowded and more affordable than other times of the year, winter provides unique opportunities to experience its endless beauty with less crowding and hustle and bustle than other times. From frozen lakes to idyllic beaches and snow-dusted mountains – romantic escapades are guaranteed during this romantic season!

Spend your honeymoon hiking, exploring, and strolling hand in hand through New Zealand’s breathtaking landscapes – its fjords inspiring, vineyards alluring, and islands alluring – as part of an ideal two-week tour designed to give romantics an intimate New Zealand experience with their partner.

North and South Islands of New Zealand each offer distinctive lifestyle, culture and community experiences. Take a tour through Hobbiton where Lord of the Rings was filmed; visit Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers; marvel at Fox Glacier from up close; witness glacier up close on Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers; experience New Zealand’s diverse food and wine scene with Asian and modern European cuisine being offered; make the most out of your time here by hiring a guide who specializes in each region – New Zealand offers so much to see and experience that an expert guide could ensure your visit becomes truly worthwhile!

2. New Year’s Eve Celebrations

New Zealand’s North and South islands are distinct, each providing different landscapes and experiences. While the South Island offers incredible wilderness, culture, history and vibrant citiesscapes; while on its counterpart, North Island exudes culture, history and vibrant urban centers.

New Zealand summer nights bring balmy nights and vibrant red blooms of pohutukawa trees along its coastal shores, as well as spectacular whale sightings in the Bay of Islands and dolphins frolicking at sea. Tongariro National Park should also be explored either via hiking trails or scenic flights for maximum impact.

Auckland is New Zealand’s vibrant capital and offers big city style in terms of cuisine, arts and music scene. With its beautiful harbour, tranquil islands and vibrant cityscape, Auckland should definitely be on your bucket list when honeymooning here!

Queenstown is an ideal honeymoon destination for adventurous couples in search of adventure and thrills. Adrenaline junkies will delight in tandem bungee jumping, jet boating and skiing adventures at this adrenaline hub of the world.

Wine lovers will adore Hawke’s Bay with its picturesque vineyards and luxurious hotels fit for a pinterest board. Make sure to visit The Farm at Cape Kidnappers – an idyllic remote retreat offering luxurious suites overlooking the ocean – as well as delicious hangi, the local delicacy cooked underground pit oven for an authentic Kiwi flavor experience.

3. Champagne Under the Stars

Even if it may seem out of reach, New Zealand honeymoons can still be within your budget. Ask friends and family members to contribute towards your honeymoon fund, or start saving now so you don’t miss out. New Zealand offers world-renowned wine, cuisine, and hot pools to ensure an incredible vacation experience!

Rent a campervan or motorhome for an adventure-filled honeymoon experience and see more of New Zealand in an efficient timeframe, while enjoying complete freedom to go wherever the wind leads you. For added flexibility on a tight schedule, take the ferry between North and South Islands for optimal convenience.

New Zealand is known for its stunning natural landscapes that boast an abundance of wild animals and ancient cultures, making for an exciting adventure-packed travel experience. You can get close and personal with dolphins in Otohei Bay or explore Stewart Island to catch a glimpse of kiwis bird. Those seeking adventure may try their hand at bungee jumping and jet boating in Queenstown; alternatively take a gondola ride over Lake Wakatipu for stunning mountainous views – romantic things to do are abundant here too.

4. Christmas Eve Dinner

On Christmas Eve, New Zealanders come together to open presents and enjoy each other’s company. Some families opt for formal dinner with turkey or ham and trimmings while others host informal gatherings like bring-a-plate gatherings, beach barbeques or picnics or playing outdoor games such as cricket, rugby or soccer.

As Christmas holiday approaches, New Zealand hotels and restaurants will start making plans to celebrate with their guests in style. Cooke’s Restaurant at Fable will offer guests gourmet breakfast or lunch services; on the rooftop at Movenpick Auckland enjoy a glass of bubbly while dining on pork belly eggs benedict with truffle brioche toast; while La Maree five-star hotel will host its Christmas buffet complete with seafood bar, ham and roast beef carving station as well as sweets and desserts!

Visit Auckland Domain for the Coca Cola Christmas in the Park show for an event with more cultural flair, complete with parade, performances and decorated floats – it’s sure to get everyone into the holiday spirit and kick-start celebrations in style!