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Auckland is a beautiful part of the world with so much to see and do - you’ll feel like you’ve never got enough time to get around it all. From incredible landscapes to amazing attractions and activities, you won’t be forgetting your trip for a very long time - if ever!
For all you outdoor lovers, there’s the opportunity to hike up one (or several!) of the 48 volcanic cones which are dotted all across Auckland. These offer unrivalled views of the picturesque landscapes that make up Auckland and are not to be missed.
If relaxing is more your thing, why not take off to one of the many islands just off the shores of mainland Auckland? There’s the wine tasting hotspot Waiheke Island, Rangitoto Island’s volcanic views, the rugged Great Barrier Island - and more!
It’s not all just about the scenery, though, there’s plenty of art and culture to immerse yourself in. From learning about the traditional Maori culture to enjoying a peaceful wander around some of the many art galleries, museums and gardens, there really is something for everyone in Auckland.
Food also plays a massive part in why people keep coming back to this beautiful area. Being home to over 200 different ethnic groups, you can be sure that there’s a massive, diverse dining scene that’s sure to tickle your taste buds.
Auckland is known for its laid-back lifestyle, so why should your flight be anything but quiet and relaxing? Flights from the US to Auckland can sometimes take over 13 hours, so you will want to make sure that you’re completely comfortable during your flight, and sometimes, economy class seating just doesn’t quite cut it.
By traveling business class instead, you’ll be able to kick back and relax fully during your flight, with enough legroom to feel comfortable and cozy throughout the whole flight. Recline your chair all the way back if you need a good sleep and enjoy a delicious meal from our finest in-flight menu.
Direct flights to Auckland are available from most states, with indirect routes also available for more flexibility in your travel.
You don’t need to obtain a visa as a US citizen to visit Auckland as a tourist for three months or less. Your Passport must be valid for at least three months past your departure date from New Zealand, however.
Are you ready to book your trip to Auckland? Get in touch with our travel consultants here at Globehunters! We’ll be more than happy to help you find the best flights for the best price!