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TAILOR-MADE TRAVEL: NEW ZEALAND
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It was fantastic! I was particularly pleased because
Kumuka were able to create something that I hadn’t
seen offered anywhere else. They were able to create different
itineraries for each individual on the trip. For instance, they
organised it so 16 of us could trek up to Machu Picchu on the
Inca Trail, while 8 others could relax in Cusco for a few days
before catching the train to meet up with
us at the ruins. Incredible.” S
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one coast of New Zealand to the other. It rolls some of the town’s new arrivals: golf courses,
across the fertile farmland of the Canterbury art galleries and wineries.
Plains, winds through the spectacular gorges
of the Waimakariri River, and slides through
the lush forests of the Arthur’s Pass. Enjoy 8
MILFORD SOUND
Part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of
the 4.5-hour journey while looking through Wahipounamu, which is found in the south
massive panoramic windows, or from the west of the nation’s South Island, this famous
open-air viewing carriage. fjord runs 15km inland from the Tasman Sea.
Surrounded by lush rain forests and sheer
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FRANZ JOSEF GLACIER rock faces, some of which rise 1200m above
Setting foot on a glacier is par for the the water’s edge, this dramatic landscape 9
course in New Zealand. At Franz Josef Glacier, is home to seals, penguins and dolphins.
walks across the frozen, moving landscape Cruising beneath the towering walls of green
are led by experienced guides who can is one of New Zealand’s most astounding
educate you in the geographical intricacies of activities.
the area. For some added excitement, try ice
climbing or river rafting in the glacial run-off.
The alpine environment of the Southern Alps 9
AORAKI
Formerly known as Mt Cook, this is New
KUMUKA
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is truly astounding. Zealand’s tallest mountain. Its new name,
harking back to its original Maori title, means FIVE EASY STEPS
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QUEENSTOWN ‘Cloud Piercer’. Standing within the Aoraki/ 1 Download the request form from kumuka.com and complete with your group’s
With bungy jumping, skydiving, Mount Cook National Park, Aoraki is one of basic requirements.
mountain climbing, heli-skiing, river rafting, the park’s more than 140 peaks that stand 2 Send by e-mail to sales@kumuka.com.
river surfi ng, hang gliding, paragliding, over 2000m. There are also 72 glaciers, which 3 A member of our travel team will contact you to further discuss your requirements
canyoning, death-defying jet-boating cover almost 40 per cent of the park’s 700 in detail. We will then be able to supply you with a quote within fi ve working days.
and many other adrenalin-fuelled sports, square kilometres. The most famous, Tasman 4 If you’re happy with the draft itinerary and price, let us know and we can send you
Queenstown has justifi ably earned its and Hooker, fl ow down the fl anks of Aoraki. a booking form with payment procedures.
moniker as the world’s adventure capital. Hiking in this area, whether on solid ground 5 Send us back the booking form and we can confi rm everything for you.Throughout
However, even those without the urge to or atop a glacier, is a phenomenal experience. the process (and beyond) we’ll be in regular contact with you.
feel their heart in their throat can now enjoy Frodo, eat your heart out!
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