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New Zealand flights just £899 & win free upgrade

DialAFlight has teamed up with Air New Zealand to offer the very special fare of just £899pp for return flights to this fabulous destination.

As well as the great price, two lucky passengers will be selected at random for a free one way upgrade, providing even more for your money! Air New Zealand was recently voted Australasia's Leading Airline at the World Travel Awards, making 2013 the fifth year in a row the carrier has won the prestigious title, so you'll be in good hands!

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New Zealand offers travellers a huge variety of attractions, from the stunning natural beauty of Milford Sound or the Franz Josef glaciers to the extreme sports Mecca that is Queenstown.

If wine is your thing, New Zealand's prowess goes far beyond the iconic NZ Sauvignon Blanc, with eight main wine regions to explore. Foodies should check out NZ's finest restaurants, such as Auckland's dine by Peter Gordon or the South Island's legendary Pescatore eatery which overlook Hagley Park.

The Shire
As the home of Hobbits and dragons, New Zealand has also become known as 'Middle Earth', and there plenty of ways to explore some of the popular Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit sets and backdrops. If you prefer more real-life history, the indigenous Maori culture provides a rich source of history and traditions for visitors to experience, and a traditional hangi feast cooked in earth ovens is not to be missed.

If none of that takes your fancy then New Zealand also offers great golf courses, cycling routes, hiking trails, skiing and snowboarding, museums, photography tours and a whole lot more than you'll ever fit into one trip!

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