Auckland 2 Night Pre-Cruise Package with 4 Star Hotel and Transfers - Double
Here's your chance to unwind from a day of travel and find out what all Auckland has to offer while you wait to set sail on your cruise. Visit the Hobbiton movie set and the famous Raukuri Glowworm Caves.
You will be greeted at Auckland Airport and transferred to a hotel in the heart of the city. Walk around and investigate the city at your leisure or just relax at the 4 Star hotel before settling in for a good night's sleep.
On Day 2 you will travel out to the set of the famous movie Hobbiton. The Shire comes to life as you step onto the largest "green movie set" in the world. Be sure to bring your camera to take photos of several hobbit holes (44 in all), Bilbo's house, the party tree, the Mill and double arched bridge, Bag End, and the Green Dragon Inn. Stop at the Shire Party Marquee and enjoy a themed buffet lunch fit for a hobbit.
From there you will head to Ruakuri Glowworm Caves. Descend down the spiral entrance into a glowing subterranean world full of stunning limestone formations and crystal tapestries. Keep an eye out for hidden waterfalls and rivers in this longest underground cave in New Zealand. Conclude your tour with a scenic ride back to your hotel.
On Day 3 you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to your cruise ship berthed in Auckland.
Book this pre-cruise welcome tour now for a chance to stay and play in Auckland before you depart for your cruise.
Please Note: This 2 night pre-cruise welcome is for double occupancy only. Check in time is 3:00 PM and check out time is 10:00 AM. However, your room may be available earlier. Please check with hotel front desk upon arrival. Alternatively, you will be able to leave your luggage with the bell staff at no additional charge, and explore the hotel/city/nearby attractions until your room is ready. You may also arrange a pick up time with your driver to take you to the cruise terminal at your request. A collapsible wheelchair or walker can be accommodated, but those who are mobility impaired must have a companion to assist them.