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A 4,000 km ride in the fantastic land of the Maori. Km of curves to savor and enjoy among volcanoes, thermal parks, ocean, lush forests and glaciers. The land of the Lord of the Rings at every turn will leave you breathless for the wonder of its panoramas.

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Sunday 27th December : Italy - Singapore

Departure from Italy on a scheduled flight operated by Singapore Airlines at 12:40 pm from Milan Malpensa.

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Monday 28th December: Singapore - Auckland

Arrival in Singapore in the early morning. Next flight to Auckland with arrival shortly before midnight. Transfer to the hotel. Check in and accommodation in the reserved rooms. Overnight stay.

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Tuesday 29th December: Auckland

Free day at leisure to visit the city. In the evening meeting with the local assistant for the transfer in order to rent the motorcycle. Check-in for motorcycle. After the withdrawal of the same return to the hotel as a group. Free dinner. Overnight stay.

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Wednesday 30th December: Auckland - Withianga (Coromandel Peninsula) (294 km)

Breakfast at the hotel. Departure for the first stop of our tour towards Coromandel Peninsula. Before arriving in Pauanui stop for optional boat excursion in the Coromandel bay. Near Waikato (not far from our final destination) we recommend a stop at HOT WATER BEACH; here hot water foams directly from the beach. There you can dig your own private thermal pool. Arrival and accommodation in hotel.

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Thursday 31st December: Withianga - Rotorua (291 km)

Departure to the south to reach Rotorua, the most famous area of New Zealand for the Geiser and the Maori tradition. Arrival in the afternoon. Hotel accommodation.

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Friday 1st January: Stop in Rotorua

Full day at leisure for visiting the city. Located on a volcanic plateau and formerly home to many spas, Rotorua is nicknamed the "sulphurous city" for the presence of hot mud tubs, numerous hot springs, geysers and a strong sulfur smell that spreads in the air. The city also has a large Maori population whose cultural events, including crafts, marae (meeting and prayer places), Hangi dinners and traditional dances, are among the most interesting in the country. The native and introduced plant species as well as the numerous and picturesque lakes in the region make Rotorua one of the most fascinating destinations in New Zealand both from a natural and cultural point of view.

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Saturday 2nd January: Rotorua - Wanganui (435 Km)

Today we dive into the heart of the North Island through forests, mountains and volcanoes in a succession of breathtaking landscapes and unforgettable roads until we reach Wanganui. In Taumarunui continue on Highway 43, better known as The Forgotten World Highway (although the road of the forgotten world); although only 150 km long it is an unforgettable motorcycle or car trip. Built on old 19th century horse riding trails, this road connects Taumarunui with Stratford meandering through four mountain saddles through a mysterious one-way tunnel and along the sinuous gorge of a river.

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Sunday 3rd January: Wanganui - Wellington (194 km)

Transfer stage that will take us to the capital Wellington lying on its ocean bay. Arrival in the early afternoon to fully enjoy the atmosphere of tranquility that reigns in the capital. Since 1865 it is the capital of New Zealand and the city has been surrounded by a magnificent natural harbor and Victorian-style wooden villas on the sides of steep hills. Wellington is the center of culture and the arts, offers excellent restaurants, cafes, nightlife and recreational activities and is home to the government and embassies. It is famous for the strong wind that blows from the Strait of Cook Strait, so much so as to be nicknamed "Windy Wellington" (the city of the wind). Rest of the day at leisure.

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Monday 4th January: Wellington - ferry to Picton-Nelson (211 km)

We resume our motorcycle to reach the South Island, an explosion of uncontaminated nature to take a breath on the roads of gentle curves lying on the ocean. Leaving our hotel, take The Terrace towards Waterloo Quay to be taken by turning right and continue for 4 km until you reach the Interislander Wellington to Picton Ferry.
You must arrive to the Ferry Terminal 45 minutes before the ferry departure
08:30 am Departure from Wellington with the Interislander ferry to Picton.
11:45 am Arrival in Picton.

Picton –Nelson (109 km)
From the Picton Interislander Terminal Ferry we resume our motorcycles along the road at the exit of the Terminal until we turn left onto Lagoon Road. Arrival in Nelson in the early afternoon. Hotel accommodation. Rest of the day at leisure.
With its magnificent gardens and enchanting sunsets Nelson overlooks Tasmania Bay. Its name as well as that of many of its streets and parks derives from the famous Admiral Nelson who landed here from England together with other pioneers. In the surrounding area there are some of New Zealand's most beautiful beaches and the sun in this region shines more than anywhere else in the country. The main activities are fishing, fruit cultivation, forestry and in the western part of the city there are numerous apple, tobacco and hop plantations.

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Tuesday 5th January: Nelson - Punakaiki (264km)

From the hotel turn right and take Rutheford Street. Continue on SH 6 also known as the West Coast Touring Route which between Haast in the south and Karamea in the north is a continuous adventure along which to watch the ocean show of the shower heads in Punakaiki, crossing gorges along rivers in the footsteps of the old places of gold hunting . Arrival at our hotel in Punakaiki, along the State Hwy 6.
Located in the heart of Paparoa National Park, Punakaiki is known for the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks, rock formations so called for their unusual overlapping pancake (crèpes) shape. The area also has abundant nature and guided walks on the beach, forest and mountains. Other possible activities include canoeing, horseback riding, surfing, caving and mountaineering. Introduce yourself to Punakaiki Canoes which is located on the main road through Punakaiki, 1 km north of Pancake Rocks.

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Wednesday 6th January: Punakaiki - Franz Josef Glacier - Haast (220 km)

We take the State Highway SH 6 (West Coast Touring Route) from our hotel for 360 km to the final destination, the Franz Josef Glacier
The stage today will allow us in addition to crossing breathtaking landscapes for km of uninterrupted curves to make a stop to admire and take a walk in one of the wonders of New Zealand, the Franz Josef Glacier

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Thursday 7th January: Haast - Queenstown (350 km)

Continue our ride on two wheels towards Queenstown, the holiday city and the most famous resort on the South Island where we will spend the night for two nights. Even today the road proceeds between kilometers of curves between forests and natural parks always following State Highway SH 6 and then from Haast to get into scenarios of absolute natural beauty with stops curve after curve. Arrival in Queenstown in the late afternoon. Hotel accommodation. Overnight stay.

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Friday 8th January: Stop in Queenstown

Free day available. Queenstown is the most popular holiday resort on the south island, it stretches along the shores of Lake Wakatipu and it is located at the foot of the Remarkables mountain range. Its extraordinary landscape is mainly characterized by magnificent peaks, steep hills and rich mountain vegetation. The town is also renowned for the many practicable activities including jet boating (jet powered boats), bungy-jumping, skiing and many extreme sports. Following the discovery of the time in the Shotover River in the 19th century the city was the destination of many researchers from all over the world and was called Queenstown (city of the Queen) as an ideal location for "any queen". During the stop in Queenstown you can take excursions with your motorcycle on the Milford Sound fjord or head south to Invercargil and continue the fantastic peaceful coast. Both excursions include a full day on motorcycle with return to Queenstown in the late evening.

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Saturday 9th January: Queenstown - Dunedin (275 km)

We approach our final destination going down to the far south of the island for a stop in Invercarghill, the legendary beach where Burt Murrow ran with his Indian Custom to train for the World speed record in Salt Lake City in the United States. We then continue along the rugged coast until we reach Dunedin. Arrival in the afternoon. Accommodation in the hotel. Overnight stay.

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Sunday 10th January: Dunedin - Christchurch (245 km)

We start for the last leg of our journey in the middle ground. The last turns on the roads of New Zealand to arrive in Christchurch. Arrival in the late afternoon. Hotel accommodation. Overnight stay.

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Monday 11th January: Christchurch - Departure for Italy

In good time meet with the assistant and return of the rented motorcycles at the Christchurch depot. Continue to the airport for the flight to Italy operated by Singapore Airlines.

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Tuesday 12th January: Arrival in Italy

Arrival in Italy scheduled in the morning. End of services.

Tariff per person, starting from:

From 27 December 2020 to 12 January 2021€ 4,380



SQ 377 27DEC MXP / SIN 1240/0735 + 1

SQ 281 28DEC SIN / AKL 0845/2335

SQ 298 11JAN CHC / SIN 1200/1740

SQ 366 12JAN SIN / MXP 2345/0555

Individual participation fees, starting from:

Price per person, MINIMUM 12 PARTICIPANTS In the indicated hotels
Participation fee, in double room € 4,380
Airport taxes subject to change € 280
Entry fee € 65
Motorcycle Rental Fee Quote per motorbike
Harley Davidson Electra Glide € 3,020
BMW R 1250 GS € 2,850
BMW R 1200 GS € 2,680
BMW F850 GS € 2,230
BMW F 750 GS € 1,980
BMW F700 GS € 1,780
TRIUMPH TIGER 800 € 1,850
SUZUKI DLV 650 V STROM € 1,580

The tariff includes

  • Intercontinental flights to / from Italy in economy class
  • Motorcycle guide from Italy
  • Guide from Italy on a support vehicle
  • 3-seater minivan Toyota or similar as support vehicle for travelers and luggage
  • Hotels mentioned or if not available others of the same category on a standard double room
  • Transfers and visits as indicated in the program
  • Breakfast treatment in each structure
  • “InterIslander” ferry from Wellington to Picton for motorcycles and passengers
  • Bag, document holder, luggage tags and various illustrative documentation
  • Insurance for medical assistance (up to € 10000), medical repatriation and damage to baggage (up to € 1000), with the possibility of integration.
  • The registration fee of 65 euros
  • Pen drive with electronic copy of all paper documentation including airline tickets
  • “Zero Risk” Insurance

Motorbike rental includes

  • Rental of the motorcycle according to the models indicated (collection in Auckland and return to Christchurch)
  • 13 days of rental
  • Motorcycle insurance against damages and theft with deductible
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Rear case
  • Full of gasoline
  • One way fee

The tariff does not include

  • Airport fees
  • International driving license (mandatory to drive vehicles in New Zealand)
  • Flight fuel adjustment if the airline requests it before tickets are issued
  • Meals, extra drinks, gratuities, personal extras, excess baggage
  • Parking; the parking spaces guarded in the hotels (where required) are always paid by the customer.
  • Optional cancellation insurance (see scheme at the end)
  • Optional excursions and all that is not highlighted in the item “the price includes”
  • Security deposit upon collection of the vehicle (credit card required)
  • Anything not highlighted in the item “the fee includes”


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Go Biker S.r.l.
via Buonarroti ang. via Canale, 22 - 60125 Ancona
P.IVA, CF 02768400422 R.E.A. AN 213634
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