Tour of New Zealand /Summer 2017/ June 12-26

Cost: $4500

cost includes: room and board, transportation costs in New Zealand, and fees for all outdoor activities. The cost does not include airfare to and from New Zealand.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head coach: Paul Hornsby, NZ national coach

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Tour director: Zafi levy, head squash coach Williams College

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Date Schedule Accommodation
13th June Arrive in NZ Takapuna, Auckland (5 Nights)
Check in to Motel
Light hit @ North Shore
Dinner in Takapuna
14th June Hit @ North Shore
Boat Trip to City/Skytower
Hit/Match @ North Shore
Dinner in Takapuna
15th June Hit @ North Shore
Piha Beach & Waterfalls
Hit @ North Shore
Dinner in City (Viaduct)
16th– 18th June Auckland Junior Open
18th June Drive to Coromandel Town Coromandel Town (1 Night)
19th June Train Ride Tauranga (2 Nights)
Drive to Cathedral Cove Walk
Drive to Hot Water Beach
Drive to Tauranga
Dinner in Tauranga
20th June Hit @ Devoy
Walk Mount Maunganui
Hot Pools
Match v Devoy
21st June Drive to Rotorua Taupo (1 Night)
Thermal Wonderland
Redwood Forest or Luge
Drive to Taupo
Dinner in Taupo
22nd June Huka Falls Takapuna, Auckland (1 Night)
Drive to Waitomo
Waitomo Caves
Drive to Auckland
Dinner in Takapuna
23rd June Drive to Whangerei Whangerei (2 Nights)
23rd– 25th June Northland Open
25th June Drive to Pahia Pahia (1 Night)
26th June Hole in Rock Boat Trip Auckland (1 Night)
Waitangi Treaty Grounds
Drive to Auckland
27th June Hit @ North Shore
Depart for US

Squash and Beyond New Zealand Tour 2017

Cultural Sites

Piha Beach

Renowned as the best surf beach on the rugged west coast of Auckland. A short walk inland takes us to the spectacular Kitekite waterfalls.

http://www.piha.co.nz/kitekite-falls/

Sky Tower

The focal point of Auckland’s skyline and the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere. The 360 degree observatory deck at the top provides stunning views across the city and surrounding areas.

https://www.skycityauckland.co.nz/attractions/sky-tower/

Corromandel Peninsula

A breathtakingly scenic journey along the east side of the Corromandel Peninsula offers many impressive places to visit including:

Mount Maunganui

Mount Maunganui NZ is situated in the city of Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand. Mt Maunganui is New Zealand’s favourite summer holiday destination with its white sandy surf beach on the ocean side, and a safe sheltered inner harbour beach. A hike to the top of the mount offers amazing 360 degree views of the beautiful surrounding areas.

http://www.mountmaunganui.co.nz/

Thermal Wonderland

Explore spectacular nature at New Zealand’s most colourful volcanic area in Rotorua.  Enjoy viewing unique volcanic features as you walk at your own pace along well defined tracks.

http://waiotapu.co.nz/

Redwoods Forest

Over 5600 hectares of forest awaits you to enjoy and explore at your leisure. If you love the outdoors and want to experience nature at its best this area is definitely for you! The forest is most well known for the network of superb mountain biking and walking tracks and for the magnificent stand of Californian Coast Redwoods. These towering trees, along with numerous other species and the fresh forest air, combine to create an invigorating atmosphere and a truly unique and special environment.

http://redwoods.co.nz/

Huka Falls & Jet Boat Ride

Hukafalls Jet in Taupo is the only jet boat company permitted to take you to the base of the mighty Huka Falls.

http://www.hukafallsjet.com/page/5-Home

Waitomo Caves

THE most amazing New Zealand caving adventures are found in the Waitomo Caves area. With caving, tubing, blackwater rafting and abseiling adventure tours, there is something for everyone!

http://www.waitomo.co.nz/

Paihia, Bay of Islands

Rich in culture, history and natural resources, Paihia is the place of friendly locals, happy cafes and people enjoying life whether it is swimming with dolphins, taking in a spot of retail therapy, bush walking or just lazing on the beach. Various boat trips and adventures take you out to see rock formations and wildlife in the islands.

Waitangi Treaty Grounds

The Waitangi Treaty Grounds are an absolute must-do when you are at the Bay of Islands – rich in history and stories of the momentous events which shaped our nation.

http://www.waitangi.org.nz/