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Haere mai. Welcome to our pure, unique country.
Over 100 million years of isolation have helped create our unique and unspoilt land, and now is the time to discover the countless ways to experience it. Startling scenery, fabulous festivals, delectable food and wine and magical outdoor encounters, New Zealand is impressive and a must see and do destination for all. Let us help you plan your next trip to New Zealand.
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What to do in New Zealand
Fantastic scenery, fabulous festival, super food and wine and stunning outdoor experiences - New Zealand is an impressive destination that punches well above its weight.
Check out which hotels, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and attractions to visit when you're in town.
- Explore the sea, the coastline is amass with sensational beaches, beautiful coast walks and every opportunity to surf, soak and lounge in the sun.
- Put yourself against your fears and try luging, zorbing, sky-diving, paragliding, bungy jumping, jet-boating and much more!
- Tour wineries that attract world accolades, sample cuisine that is fresh, diverse and full of flavour and enjoy strong, rich caffeine hit at one of Auckland’s many cafes.
- Be sure to take in the wealth of Polynesian and Maori culture that forms the backbone of an increasingly multicultural society that can be found predominantly in the cities of Auckland and Rotorua or for a history lesson, travel to Northland and explore the architectural and historical significance of a colonial past.
Get ready for your stay in New Zealand with some useful facts to make your arrival stress free.
- Currency: New Zealand Dollar
- Country Code: +64
- Electricity: 230/240 Volts, NZ style 2 or 3 pin plug
Scheduled Flights to Auckland
Flights depart Terminal 2 at LAX, and fly into Auckland, with onward connections to 26 New Zealand destinations.
Air New Zealand flies from LAX to New Zealand daily view our scheduled flights to New Zealand.
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Fare/Pricing Details - Round trip economy class airfare per person on specified Air New Zealand operated flights between the San Francisco, Los Angeles and New Zealand Monday thru Thursday. Fare is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. Fare Listings are for general information only and not a reflection of current seat availability. Reference: SN-2
Taxes - Fuel surcharge is included in the price point and is shown separately from taxes. Taxes include all US and foreign Government imposed fees and taxes and Security fees.
Payment & Ticketing - Ticket must be purchased at least 2 days prior to travel. Bookings made online must be purchased immediately with credit card. Prices are in US dollars and offer is available in the USA only. Electronic Tickets will be issued on all eligible routes and sent to the email address provided in the booking process. Flights with Air New Zealand (NZ) designator qualify for electronic tickets. No waitlists are permitted. Prices are subject to change at any time. We want to provide you with the most competitive fare deals in a fluctuating marketplace and because of this, prices may go down. Under the fare rules of all fare types (excluding full price fares) we are not able to provide rebooking with a refund of the difference in price if a lower fare becomes available. Please read all fare rules carefully before booking.
Cancellations/Changes - Changes are permitted for $150 change penalty per adult/child. Fare upgrade may be required subject to booking class availability. A service fee of $50 USD per person will apply to changes. New ticket must be of equal or greater value than original ticket. Contact Air New Zealand. Fare is non-refundable; non-transferable non-endorseable. For No -shows ticket value is forfeited. Other restrictions may apply.
Stopovers: in Auckland and Rarotonga at no extra charge. All other stopovers withinin New Zealand are permitted from $150 each, subject to direct air services between two points, and must be purchased at the same time as the International airfare. Routings must be in a continuous direction with no back-tracking permitted.
Frequent Flyer - Frequent Flyer accrual is not permitted with this fare type on any programs other than Airpoints.
Minimum/Maximum stays - no minimum stay and 12 month maximum stay.
Children/Infants - Accompanied children 2-11 years pay 75% of base fare and the full fuel surcharge of $680. Accompanied infants under two years of age not occupying a seat pay 10%. Only one infant discount per adult passenger. Find out more information regarding services for young children.
Travel Documentation - Passengers are responsible for obtaining necessary travel visas, or other documentation required for international travel. Find out more about travel documentation.
* Includes fuel surcharge. Taxes are subject to currency exchange fluctuation and may vary from the estimated taxes shown.
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