School Hockey Tours To New Zealand

The hockey world is nicely varied with short, medium and long haul destinations all available and listed to the left. Whichever you chose you can be sure of an excellent tour if you book with Sweet Chariot because we have the expertise and experience in these countries.

A school hockey tour to New Zealand has everything that you can ask for: mountains, glaciers, fjords, geysers, thermal springs, exotic wildlife, bungee, skiing, rain forests, jet-boating, white-water rafting, sports tournaments and so on.

The three biggest cities in New Zealand are Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch but it's not the cities, which make New Zealand attractive; it's the landscape and geological history. Famously, New Zealand formed the backdrop to Lord of the Rings.

On a school hockey tour to New Zealand we suggest you follow its sporting locations, which pretty much covers the whole country. You can take in stunning Queenstown as well as the adrenalin capital of Rotorua, where the hot, smelly geysers are. Whatever your itinerary, you won't be disappointed.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY

  • 21 days (Auckland, Rotorua, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Queenstown)
  • 17 nights
  • Stop-over in Fiji, Malaysia or Singapore on return journey
  • 6 fixtures
  • Geothermal geysers
  • Whale watching
  • White water rafting
  • Glacier excursion
  • Milford Sound fjord excursion
  • Shotover River Jet Boat

MUST NOT MISS

Auckland: The Harbour and surrounding restaurants

Rotorua: Geysers, Polynesian Baths, the Luge

Wellington: Parliamentary district, ferry to Somes Island

Christchurch: Dolphins, Maori concert, Ballooning

Dunedin: Curio Bay, Ulva Island, Kiwi-spotting, kayaking, Penguin Place

Queenstown: Milford Sound, skiing & adrenalin sports

WHAT NEXT?

To start the ball rolling on your school's hockey tour to New Zealand, simply fill in our simple enquiry form with your particular details and we will come back to you quickly either with an outline cost if that's appropriate, or a day by day itinerary.

Alternatively why not call us for free on 0800 043 2153 and speak to our hugely experienced team.