This is a sample itinerary. You can extend the length to include free time or select more optional sightseeing tours. Also Wagamama tours can include multiple destinations or more than one country.

Milford Sound

New Zealand Experience 9 days

(both Islands)

Day 1Japan to Auckland by over night flight
Day 2Arrive Auckland Airport and transfer to your hotel
Day 3Auckland – Waitomo Caves – Rotorua (350 km)                                   
Travel south past rolling green hills and pastureland to the Waitomo Caves region. Beneath the surface of this ancient limestone region lies a labyrinth of caves and underground rivers.  Expert guides provide historical and geographical commentary before you drift silently in a boat under the milky way of millions of glow worms on the cavern roof above you.  Continue through farmland and forest until the distinctive smell of sulphur and constant steam drifts let you know you are in tempestuous, geothermal Rotorua.
Day 4Rotorua
Experience Māori culture at Te Puia and take a tour through a thermal valley full of forceful geysers and bubbling mud pools. View woodcarving and weaving schools and see how these ancient arts are being passed on to a new generation.  Explore Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park, where you can get up close to the native flora and fauna. Then see New Zealand’s agricultural industry in action at the Agrodome, a working farm where you can view a sheep shearing display and sheep dog trials.  This evening enjoy a memorable night of culture, song and dance followed by dinner cooked the traditional Maori way on hot stones underground.
Day 5Rotorua – Queenstown (BY AIR)
Today you be transferred to Rotorua Airport for your flight to Queenstown. On arrival in Queenstown you will be transferred to your hotel. Stay at hotel
Day 6Queenstown – Milford Sound – Queenstown (580km)                       
A full day journey into the heart of Milford Sound. Experience the world famous fjord, rich in dense rainforest, glacier carved valleys and beautiful waterfalls. Journey across the Southern Alps, past the stunning Mirror Lakes and Eglinton Valley, a place of ancient alpine forest and gushing waterfalls. At Milford Sound, board your scenic cruise to see the wonders of Mitre Peak, glacier-scarred rock walls and waterfalls that tumble through valleys and crash into the sea far below.  Later today return to Queenstown.
Day 7Queenstown
The resort town of Queenstown is exciting, sophisticated and fantastically scenic.  Today is free to enjoy the many sights and activities on offer in Queenstown.
Day 8Queenstown -Mount Cook -Christchurch (594km)
This morning travel through a mixture of high country tussock, farmland and snow capped mountains.  A small side trip takes you to Aoraki, Mt Cook, New Zealand’s tallest mountain where you can explore the village and soak up the view.  Pass exquisite, turquoise Lake Tekapo and braided river crossings before the patchwork farmlands of the Canterbury Plains lead you to Christchurch.
Day 9 Transfer to Christchurch Airport for your departure. Christchurch to Japan by flight. Tour End

Northern Discovery 9 days

Day 1Japan to Auckland by over night flight
Day 2Arrive Auckland Airport and transfer to your hotel
Day 3Auckland – Waitomo Caves – Rotorua (350 km)                                  
Travel south past rolling green hills and pastureland to the Waitomo Caves region.  Beneath the surface of this ancient limestone region lies a labyrinth of caves and underground rivers.  Expert guides provide historical and geographical commentary before you drift silently in a boat under the milky way of millions of glow worms on the cavern roof above you.  Continue through farmland, lakeland and forest until the distinctive smell of sulphur and constant steam drifts let you know you are in tempestuous, geothermal Rotorua
Day 4 Rotorua                 
Experience Māori culture at Te Puia and take a tour through a thermal valley full of forceful geysers and bubbling mud pools. View woodcarving and weaving schools and see how these ancient arts are being passed on to a new generation.  Explore Rainbow Springs Kiwi Wildlife Park, where you can get up close to the native flora and fauna. Then see New Zealand’s agricultural industry in action at the Agrodome, a working farm where you can view a sheep shearing display and sheep dog trials.   This evening enjoy a memorable night of culture, song and dance followed by dinner cooked the traditional Maori way on hot stones underground.
Day 5Rotorua – Taupo – Napier (219 km)
Travel today is south via Lake Taupo with the three volcanic mountains of Ruapehu, Ngauruhoe and Tongariro dominating the scenery. Enjoy the scenery as the road changes from forest to rugged mountain ranges and then to fertile vineyards as you continue on to the Hawke’s Bay, known for its gourmet food and world-class wineries.
Day 6Napier
Day at leisure.  In 1931 a devastating earthquake resulted in the rebuilding of Napier in the style of the times, and it is now considered the Art Deco Capital of the world. Close by is Cape Kidnappers, home to a very accessible gannet colony.
Day 7Napier – Wellington (315 km)
Enjoy the clean, green scenery as you travel south to New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington.
Day 8Wellington
Day at leisure.  Wellington is compact, cultured and full of character.   Nestled between harbour and hills, the downtown area is ideal for explorations on foot.  Wellington is noted for its live theatre, art galleries, restaurants and cultural activities.
On the waterfront is Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand’s national museum, one of the best interactive museums in the world.  
Day 9Depart Wellington
Transfer to Wellington Airport for your departure. Wellington – Japan by flights. Tour Ends.