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Meet Duke and Duchess of Sussex in New Zealand

Updated: Apr 29, 2020

On the 28th of October Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are arriving in New Zealand. Probably, you are interested to know which places they will visit during their short trip around the country to include these attractions into your own itinerary.

Our country is a part of their first major tour outside the United Kingdom. Yesterday the couple leaved Australia, today they are on Fiji, then are flying to Tonga islands and will finalise their Oceania tour in Aotearoa.

Wellington is an expected arrival gate. Duke and Duchess of Sussex will meet there with New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and visit Weta Cave Workshop Tour.

The next day Harry and Meghan will spend in Abel Tasman national park doing hiking and kayaking. After this adventure they will fly to the largest New Zealand city - Auckland.

On the 31st of October the couple will visit Rotorua where they'll meet representatives of Maori tribes and observe Pohutu geyser eruption. Duke and Duchess of Sussex will leave New Zealand on the 1st of November.

This trip to New Zealand will become the second for both spouses. They visited Aotearoa in 2015 but travelled separatly. Prince Harry after stops in Wellington, Invercargill, Stewart Island, Christchurch, the Linton Military Camp, Wanaka and Whanganui brought the curtain down in the nation's biggest city, where he continued to attract big crowds and charm the locals.

In 2015 Meghan drove around the South island by campervan. Visited Queenstown, Wanaka, took a heli-trip to Franz Josef glacier, watched whales in Kaikoura, tasted wines in Marlborough region, and finished the tour relaxing on gorgeous Waiheke island. At the end of the trip the future Duchess of Sussex called New Zealand "one of the most beautiful countries in the world". Why don't JustGoThere and check her words?

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