Kids go free
Keeping the kids entertained over the Autumn school holidays doesn’t have to cost a fortune. School-aged kids go free on a range of excursions with Real Journeys over the New Zealand holidays (from April 16 to May 1, 2011), when accompanied by a full-farepaying adult (up to two children per adult). Kids go Free in Queenstown Take this opportunity to go for a cruise on the TSS Earnslaw. Queenstown’s iconic steamship has been crossing Lake Wakatipu for almost a hundred years.
There are photos and memorabilia in the small museum
on board; share some of our history with your children. Disembark at Walter Peak High Country Farm on the western shore of Lake Wakatipu for a taste of rural New Zealand.
Children love feeding the farmyard animals and cheering on the sheepdog as he rounds up the sheep.
Even the sheep shearing is entertaining. On the cruise home sing along with the piano player or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.
Travel further afield for an unforgettable family adventure. Children go free on selected cruises in Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound.
Take the time to break your journey in Te Anau, and visit the amazing glowworm caves. Again, it’s free for children, and this is a memorable experience for the whole family.
Explore the far South with a trip to the beautiful Rakiura National Park. Kids travel free on Stewart Island ferries from April 16 to 30, 2011.
The Kids go Free offer is available for the N.Z. school holidays, from April 16 to May 1, 2011 on a range of selected departures. Children must be travelling with a full-fare-paying adult (maximum of two children per adult).
Contact Real Journeys 0800 65 65 01 or www.realjourneys.co.nz