Many airlines provide daily services to Auckland from international airports all over India. These include Thair Airways, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and many others. However, no direct flights currently run between India and New Zealand.
Auckland International Airport is New Zeland's largest airport and is reputed globally. Flights connect the city to all the major countries and cities throughout the world. However, you should declare any food that you're bringing into the country, to avoid being fined on the spot, since New Zealand has very strict quarantine laws.
|Starting city||Return price (approx)|
|Mumbai||₹ 75,502||View Details|
|New Delhi||₹ 73,849||View Details|
|Bengaluru||₹ 88,548||View Details|
|Chennai||₹ 106,966||View Details|
|Hyderabad||₹ 99,303||View Details|
|Kolkata||₹ 102,392||View Details|
New Zealand is known for it's extensive roads and highways. Getting into Auckland by road is one of the best options, in fact. Nearby cities such as Rotorua and Tauranga can be covered in 2 - 3 hours. Hamilton is one of the closest towns and can be covered in nearly 90 minutes. Driving from Wellington takes a bit of time though, nearly 12 hours.
Train connectivity throughout New Zealand is not up to international standards. Very few trains run over long distances and regionally.
Bus and coach services cover many routes leading into Auckland. InterCity and GreatSights New Zealand are national bus operators. Many other private buses also cover the Auckland region and the Northern island as well.
There are numerous options to get around the city on your travels. Buses are the most used, as they cover a large network of routes throughout the city and are also inexpensive. The train services within the city are not exceptional, and have only 4 lines so far, namely the Southern, Onehunga, Western and Eastern. Auckland is pretty easily explored by car. There are plenty of car rental options in the city, offering all sorts of cars from the lower to the higher price bracket. Commuting via taxi is an easy option too. You will not find yourself arguing over prices as most taxi drivers follow the meter prices. Apps can be booked via phone or simply hailed from the street. Ferry services are also an integral part of Auckland's public transport, connecting the mainland with the islands nearby. AT HOP cards can be purchased for travel on trains, buses or ferries. They cost only NZD 10 and can be recharged as per requirement. They usually provide a 20% discount on all rides.
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