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Begin our journey in Australia. Arrive in Sydney, which is celebrated for its magnificent natural harbor, the world’s largest. Sydney is blessed with a natural setting few cities in the world can rival. See the famed Sydney Opera House and the Badu Gili spectacular light show, walk on the famous bridge on the stunning harbor and visit Bondi Beach. Next is vibrant Melbourne by the Yarra River with its multiple attractions and a visit to the haunted Melbourne Gaol! Fly to Cairns in North East Australia home of the Great Barrier Reef and wonders of nature in Kuranda Rail and Cable car above the rainforest. Hike on the Daintree Forest trails and spend a day snorkeling or diving on the Reef. Fly to the Ayers Rock to walk around the big rock (climbing the rock is not possible anymore). Continue to most spectacular Kimberly coastal region of South Australia said to be one the most beautiful places to visit in the world.
Fly to Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand in the North Island. See the rugged coastline and visit the Hobbit Movie set and take a boat ride in the Glow Worm Grotto, visit Rotorua and its hot springs to experience the Mitai Maori Village. See the volcanoes in Tongariro National Park. Drive past the spectacular coastline of Hawks Bay and few beautiful lakes to the southernmost city of Wellington. Fly across to Christchurch in the Southern Island. Try some whale watching, or tram touring followed by driving along the coast to see the Split Apple Rock a most amazing sight. Next take the TranzAlpine train 5-hour spectacular journey to Greymouth then a 3-hour bus ride to Franz Joseph Glacier. Continue driving through the most beautiful countryside of the South Island to Queenstown. Several day excursions introduce you to a boat trip on Milford Sound; helicopter or small plane rides; Jeep adventures; bungee jumping; or try skiing. The South Island is the center for adventure sports and mountain beauty at its best.
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