Costsaver, part of The Travel Corporation family, has expanded to Australia and New Zealand with the launch of three new itineraries that take travellers through vibrant cities and scenic nature.
Travellers can discover Australia’s urban landscape on the Cosmopolitan Sydney and Melbourne itinerary, where they will spend nine days exploring the Blue Mountains National Park in Sydney, checking out cafes in Canberra, and embarking on a street art tour in Melbourne and more.
For more adventurous travellers, the Tropical Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef trek takes guests through the tropical Daintree Rainforest, into the waters of the Great Barrier Reef, and on an Aboriginal tour to Cooya Beach. Treating Cairns as home base during this six-day adventure, travellers will indulge in the tastes of the Outback with fresh seafood and exciting nightlife.
The Essence of Southern New Zealand tour offers travellers a chance to explore the South Island. The seven-day tour begins in Christchurch before heading down to Lake Pukaki and Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. After a day of hikes and breathtaking views, travellers will journey to the fast-paced capital city of Queenstown for wine tasting and more. Travellers will then spend a day in the glacial village of Franz Josef before returning to Christchurch.
The new itineraries come with 40 optional experiences, ranging from surf lessons on Bondi Beach to spa treatments at Te Waonui Forest Retreat in New Zealand.
The programmes are open for bookings now for travel through 2023.
“We see a promising return to travel this year with more vaccinated travel lanes announced and consumer confidence returning. We believe Australia and New Zealand are a natural fit, offering unpackaged and personalised experiences for travellers to get the most out of their holidays,” said Mae Cheah, president of Trafalgar and Costsaver.