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Te Anau Holiday Park & Motels: New Fiordland Package

Te Anau LAKEVIEW Kiwi Holiday Park & Motels announce New Fiordland Package

Te Anau LAKEVIEW Kiwi Holiday Park has developed unique packages for their guests to experience Fiordland from their spacious Lakefront Holiday Park Motels.

The Mountains and Fiords package has been designed to allow visitors to match their accommodation preference at the Holiday Park with a mix of Fiordland activities in Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound and Lake Te Anau to create their very own Fiordland Experience. The best part of the Package offer is that by booking their activities at the same time as their accommodation - visitors can make savings to their travel.

“Fiordland is the New Zealand that is promoted world-wide and motivates visitors to put New Zealand on to their travel plans,” says Danica Tauri. She says “We decided let’s work together, keep it simple and get more people experiencing Fiordland during the winter. We choose a range of products from operators in Milford and Doubtful Sounds and Lake Te Anau that are popular with guests already staying at our Family owned Holiday Park.”

Developed specifically for the winter season, the Packages are available until the 30th of September 2014 and will be available through a range of travel sellers and Information Centres in New Zealand.

Regardless of whether you are a Kiwi looking to experience part of our natural heritage, a visitor on a skiing holiday or looking to experience raw and untouched New Zealand, this versatile Fiordland package is personalised by you, the visitor. In this way, the buyer maintains the freedom to experience Fiordland their own way while maximising savings as well.

Terms and conditions apply for the Mountains and Fiords Packages:
• Minimum of two customers
• Minimum stay of two or more nights at Te Anau Lakeview Kiwi Holiday Park in selected Accommodation.
• Minimum of two or more of the six activities outlined in the brochure /website must be selected
• Prices are quoted at time of booking (as these vary depending on the package combinations chosen).
• Packages are available for travel between the 1st June 2014 – 30 September 2014.
• If you are interested in making a booking – please visit www.teanauholidaypark.co.nz for details and to create your Mountains and Fiords booking.

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