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Rotorua Luxury Lodge's Geocaching 'Eggspedition'

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Subhead: Treetops Lodge Family Easter Package

Headline: Rotorua Luxury Lodge Offers Geocaching 'Eggspedition'

Go on an expedition into fabled 800-year-old virgin forests as award-winning Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate announces the inaugural Easter Geocaching Eggspedition. From New Zealand's acclaimed thermal and eco-adventure destination, have the whole family hunt for chocolate Easter Eggs using a Global Positioning System (GPS), and discover exotic flora and fauna, secret waterfalls and spectacular views of Mt. Tarawera.

Created for the young and the young at heart, Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate's Easter Eggspedition is set within 2,500 acres of native forestry, and located in the heart of New Zealand's world famous therapeutic thermal region and trout fishing capital, Rotorua.

Tariff for Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate's Geocaching Eggspedition Package starts at NZ$10,452.00, with 3 nights luxury accommodation in a Villa or Suite for four people (3 adults and a child, or two adults and two children), a half-day Easter Egg-themed Geocaching hunt, and picnic at Bridal Veil Falls.

The package also includes pre-dinner drinks and canapes, gourmet dinner using the freshest local ingredients, full breakfast, and access to over 70km of adventure trails. Visit Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate at www.treetops.co.nz.

Marketing of Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate is managed by Navigate Oceania. For more information or for graphics, contact Director Karine Thomas on ++64 9 307 3633, or email karine@navigateoceania.com or visit www.navigateoceania.com.

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Editors Notes:

o Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate is set in 2,500 acres of native forestry and located in the heart of New Zealand's world famous therapeutic thermal region and trout fishing capital, Rotorua. The Lodge with its elegant, architectural style derived from the country's pioneering past, and timber and stone finishes, echoes the beauty and simplicity of the great outdoors. Offering the ultimate in world class luxury accommodation, Treetops Lodge & Estate provides a sanctuary and haven with breathtaking scenic views. Treetops Lodge & Estate offers seven streams, on-site fishing, four lakes, over 70 kilometres of hiking trails, mountain bike riding and horse riding.

o Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate is a member of Navigate Oceania, a new collection of 29 inspired destinations and unique experiences from New Zealand and Fiji's best boutique hotels and luxury lodges, an exclusive private island, villas, spa destinations, a luxury expedition-style cruise, and a private motor yacht. Our members are:
New Zealand Doubtless Bay Villas, Cable Bay; Cavalli Island Retreat and Spa, Cavalli Islands; Paihia Beach Resort and Spa, Bay of Islands; Bay of Island Lodge, Bay of Islands; Oceanic Discoverer; Mission Hills, Bay of Islands; Waipoua Lodge, Waipoua Forest; The Boatshed, Waiheke Island; Stafford Villa, Auckland; Cotter House, Auckland; Seafields, Whitford; Maungatautari Lodge, Cambridge; Hamurana Country Estate, Rotorua; Kawaha Point Lodge, Rotorua; Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Estate, Rotorua; Chalet Eiger, Lake Taupo; Greenhill the Lodge, Hawke's Bay; The Millar Road Family, Hawke's Bay; Wharekauhau Country Estate, Martinborough; The Bolton Hotel, Wellington; Ohtel, Wellington; Claremont Country Estate, Canterbury; Huntley House, Christchurch; Elm Tree House, Christchurch; Wapiti Park Homestead, West Coast; Matakauri, Queenstown; Takaro Spa Retreat, Te Anau; Fiji Navutu Stars Resort; Royal Davui Fiji.

o For more information on our experiences, visit www.navigateoceania.com.

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