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when is the best time to visit wellington?
Peak Season:

Wellington profoundly makes every season of the year pleasant for the tourists. It is truly significant to take a sneak peek at the weather conditions to have a trouble free journey. Not only does it facilitates you in planning downright outdoor activities but also makes it easier to pack your togs wisely. On account of its changeability at any given time of the year, weather at Wellington uplifts the moods and refreshes the soul in manner of all ways. If you are hunting high and low for summer heat, December to February is possibly the best time for sun-bathing, picnicking and swimming on the verdant golden beaches on bright days. Autumn comes in the city in September and lasts up to November. It is the perfect time for hiking. Winter welcomes tourists in June through to August for skiing activities on snow capped mountains, though destitute terrains are best suited for skiing and snowboarding. Spring is the most delightful time when sun warms up again which in turn results in glaciers swooping hundreds of feet down. Blooming harlequin flowers are pleasant to your olfactory receptors whereas edible vegetation grown in natural habitat is satisfying to your taste buds. For additional weather forecasts and historical patterns, you may get yourself up to date from Metservice website.

Off Peak Season:

Usually, budget wise travellers are seeking out for the off peak time when cheap flights to Wellington can be availed without hunting much. In that case, all you need is to avoid July-August and then, December-February when tourists increase in number. Holiday season is expected to bring a rise in inflow and outflow of tourists which will ultimately result in steep prices of flights to hotel bookings. And if you can manage to travel around in the off peak time, there might be the more chances of getting an economical flight and accommodation options would also be super abundant. Whereas weather remains pleasant throughout the year so it’s not the major concern while making your gateway to New Zealand.

which are the most opted routes from london heathrow (lhr) to wellington (wlg)
  • London Heathrow (LHR) to Wellington International Airport (WLG) via Auckland: 27 hours
  • Heathrow (LHR) to Wellington (WLG) via Singapore: 27 hours
  • Birmingham to Wellington (BHX-WLG) via Dubai and Auckland: 28 hours and 25 minutes
  • Birmingham to Wellington via Doha and Auckland: 28 hours and 45 minutes
  • Manchester to Wellington via Dubai and Auckland: 28 hours and 50 minutes
weekly flight schedules from the uk to wellington
London Heathrow to Wellington Airport, New Zealand:
  • Air New Zealand: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Singapore Airlines: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Qantas Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Manchester to Wellington Airport, New Zealand:
  • Emirates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Qatar Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Qantas Airlines: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Birmingham to Wellington Airport, New Zealand:
  • Emirates: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Qatar Airways: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
baggage allowance on different airlines from the uk to wellington
  • Pertaining to the travel class of your flight journey with Air New Zealand, you can carry bags weighing no more than 23 kg each whereby number of bags are; 1 for Economy Class, 2 for Premium Economy and 3 for Business Class.
  • Following the generous setting for baggage allowance, Singapore Airlines sets limits up to 30kg for Economy Class, 35 kg for Premium Economy, 40 for Business Class.
  • Similarly, Qantas Airways offering low air fares does not compromise the basic amenities on your air travel. It agrees to let you in with a free checked-in luggage of 2 pieces weighing 23 kg each in Economy Class and Premium Economy. For Business and First Class, they permit 3 pieces weighing up to 32 kg each.
wellington- tourists attractions and highlights

It is of no surprise that Wellington, being the capital city of New Zealand is popular among visitors and is also known as the most populous city of New Zealand. Wellington stands on the central location at the southern tip of North Island. Featuring two aspects that are striking at once, Wellington embraces a rambling waterfront and mountainous landscapes with mighty peaks of Northern Island. As the dusk arrives, you will be mesmerized with the sleek and chic cityscape views. Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, amongst the top 500 tourist destinations, is also one of the elite tourist destinations in the world. The precious historical possessions and chronicle stories that people narrate in association with the treasure attracts visitors to this audacious and innovatively rich museum. Enriched with Maoris’ art, conventions and various disciplines, Te Papa provides you an insight on all this with an awe inspiring riverside location. Offering eventful environments with various performances, the museum lures visitors in a number of ways. One of the events organized in this highly regarded museum is Nga Toi. It exhibits worth seeing collections of art; characterizing incredible paintings of 19th century portraits belonging to indigenous families and remarkable terrains. It masterfully portrays historic changes from the then Wellington to this modern centre of art and culture. Trekkers with a strong curiosity for entrancing sagas and intriguing thoughts about the myths of indigenous Maori pay a visit to The Wellington Museum after they have an impressive stroll through the Te Papa.

Over half a thousand animals dwelling in one place, The Wellington Zoo is another must visit place especially if you are interested in observing the variety of animals. Being a habitat as it is for New Zealand’s indigenous treasures and exotic species, now highly endangered, this zoo provides a refuge to some of the most quirky and rare genes. Nevertheless, you will find veterinary surgeons keenly observing and taking care of nitty-gritty of animals that inhabit the zoo, or at times you will be one to one with the animals and right up close with amazing creatures like He Tuku Aroha, Kororā little blue penguins, sheep, kunekune pigs, bees, eels, Otego skinks, Maud Island frogs and kea.

Whilst the city’s setting on a stunning harbour, its home to a vast array of beaches and bays where long rugged limbs of land nurse a galaxy of green isles. Wellington embraces all aspects of the wonderful holiday trip. Wellington's beaches are effortlessly serene just when the gentle spume washes up the powdery vanilla sands and becomes a sight for sore eyes. Oriental Bay, Scorching Bay, Days Bay & Eastbourne, Island Bay, Lyall Bay and Shelly Bay are luring sightseers in larger numbers since years. It is almost too easy to succumb to the sceneries and forget the rest of the world on your day tripping at beaches and bays. Talking about the elevations in town, you would surely like to be mesmerized by the heightened summits within the compass of your eyes. The most visible, Mount Kaukau, makes you feel good to get your feet on native ground and unearth the gems on your way.

There appears to be acceleration in growth of visitors seeking access to another popular, Wellington Cable Car. It encompasses Botanic Gardens and Cable Car Museum for spectacular views on its 10 minutes ride. Passengers may also opt to get dropped at Space Place, aka Carter Observatory which serves a larger number of researchers for astronomical research.

With the popularity remains undiminished, Wellington hosted many groundbreaking blockbusters including Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Hop on a tour that will take you through these secret places and go behind the scenes.

Located in the heart of Wellington, St James Theatre is simply a precious gem in Wellington’s treasure. It does not only entertain the visitors with opera, dance and musical performances but also stands prominent due to its fabulous architecture.

In reference to the recent earthquake, volcanic disruption usually takes the flame at any given time so it’s better to consult the Foreign UK travel advisory and take precautionary measures before you endeavour for a holiday trip to New Zealand.

where to stay - hotels and accommodations in wellington

Throughout the length and width of Wellington, you will find hotels and accommodation places corresponding to your financial wherewithal and stipulated needs. Catering to the needs of every kind of customers; there are hotels, motels, holiday homes also known as bach, ski hotel and resorts, youth hostels, apartments, bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, luxury lodges and camp sites available at every nook and corner of the city. You can loosen the strings of your pocketbook to avail four and five star services from the top notch hotels and lodging places given below:

  • Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay
  • Intercontinental Wellington
  • Sofitel Wellington
  • James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor
  • Rydges Wellington
  • West Plaza Hotel
  • Distinction Wellington Century City Hotel
  • Hotel Grand Mercure Wellington Central City Apartments
  • Amora Hotel Wellington
  • Quest Wellington
  • Hotel Waterloo & Backpackers
  • Ohtel
  • Wellesley Boutique Hotel
  • Boulcout Suites
  • Citylife Wellington
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