Seeing Signs of a New Zealand Holiday

P&O Cruises Offer Incredible New Zealand Holidays

P&O Cruises Offer Incredible New Zealand Holidays

Over the years I’ve seen them, yet have ignored the signs. The signs for planning a New Zealand holiday. I first became enchanted with the country when watching the The Amazing Race and seeing contestants rolling down a hill in a giant bubble called a zorb. They looked like hamsters rolling around in an exercise ball.

Last month a colleague encouraged me to join a professional organization because next year’s conference is in New Zealand. And yesterday, I learned one of my colleagues in the industry is heading to New Zealand next week for a conference.

Um, yeah. The signs are there which is why I’m delighted P&O Cruises has asked me to check their New Zealand cruise options in exchange for supporting my traveling habit. They are the leading cruise line for Australia and New Zealand. Browsing their site made me realize there’s so much more for me to see in this world and when booking a New Zealand cruise with them, options are plentiful.

These include seeing New Zealand fur seals and breeding areas of the Albatross, the world’s largest seabirds, during a shore excursion in Dunedin. Even cooler is the Akaroa harbor swim with hector’s dolphins during an excursion in Akaroa. Loving national parks, a visit to Fjordland Park looks up my alley. The green jutting peaks capped with snow overlook ice-cold water. I’d love to experience and see these places!

*sigh* Signs are there for a New Zealand holiday. I just need the time. Anyone have extra time they can spare?


Author: Solo Travel Girl Admin

Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., a hiking trail led Jennifer Huber, aka: Solo Travel Girl, to a career path in tourism. She has worked in the tourism industry for more than 20 years including 10 years with a park management company in Yellowstone, Death Valley and Everglades National Park. She currently lives in Southwest Florida, and maintains this travel blog with the goal of inspiring others to travel alone, not lonely.

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