Singles South To North

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25th November 2009, 02:13pm - Views: 772

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Singles South to North

Following on from the success of their previous Single Traveller’s Tours Grand Pacific Tours, the

New Zealand Luxury Coach Holiday specialist, has released another tour departing on the 19th April


The concept of single travellers joining a tour to meet like-minded individuals and make a network of

new friends has been extremely popular and our original tours are now full.

Due to this demand we are pleased to launch the 12 Day Single Travellers Tour departing on the

19thof April 2010.    This exclusive departure will tour on our new Ultimate Touring Coach, boasting on

20 deluxe leather seats.   Additional luxury features include reclining seats with calf and footrest

support, wood grain timber storage area for personal belongings, a centre galley with magazine rack

and fridge for cold water storage, personal headphones.

The tour will start in Christchurch and finish in Auckland including the regions of Wellington;

Masterton; Napier; Rotorua and the Bay of Islands.  Included is 11 night’s deluxe accommodation

featuring an overnight cruise on ‘Ipipiri’, a luxurious catamaran in the Bay of Islands and the final night

at the Hyatt Regency Auckland. Most meals are included plus an extensive range of pre paid


The tour is fully escorted and begins with an introductory welcome drink and dinner on the first night;

a great opportunity to meet fellow travellers.   Grand Pacific Tours seat rotation policy, designed

specifically for the Single Travellers Tour will only enhance the opportunity to mix and mingle as you

enjoy the luxurious surrounds of the Ultimate Coach.

For further information contact Grand Pacific Tours on 1800 622 768 or online at


For more information or images contact:

Mark R. Windsor

Director - Sales & Marketing 

Grand Pacific Tours

Direct:  (03) 9377 5029

Toll Free :   1800 622 768


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