Auckland

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and ranked as one of the most livable in the world. Sprawling over a narrow isthmus between the Waitemata Habour and Manukau Harbour many are surprised to see rainforest covering the surrounding hills. 

All flights inbound and outbound to the United States flow through Auckland's airport. As a melting pot for the country, Auckland offers a range of great food options. Island day-trips are recommended in addition to visiting a few favorite spots in the vibrant city-center.

Titirangi Golf Club

A true point of pride for New Zealand golf this Alister MacKenzie designed gem remains a great course to play today

Gulf Harbour Country Club

This championship course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and has hosted the New Zealand Open

Windross Farm

Representing the latest in design and construction this course is destined to be a feature of the country for years to come

Wainui Golf Club

One of New Zealand's newest golf courses brings both a great challenge and great golfing option into the Auckland area

Omaha Beach Golf Club

Flanked by both the sea and inlet estuary this course is often overlooked by visiting international golfers

Muriwai Golf Club

Laid out excellently to present a different challenge every day, this links course demands attention to the wind with every swing

Customer reviews

The Kiwis are such charming warm people and the country was just breath-taking. You arrangements were spot on and made it smooth as silk for us. 

—Peter & Karen S., San Diego, CA

Highlights Of The Trip: Getting off the plane in Queenstown – overwhelmed with the beauty. The boat ride in Queenstown to experience the expansiveness.

The drive from Queenstown to Franz Joseph - the mountains and glacier lakes that went on forever. Our lunch spot that day at a campsite on a lake. Abel Tasman: this is where I want to return and spend a week to hike the entire trail. Spent the day biking in Napier to wineries.

—Mary Jean Seyda, Chapel Hill, NC