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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets based on the day and time that you book your flight. Data from across the airline industry shows that the best days to book flights from Adelaide to Auckland are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Air New Zealand provides the most flights on this route, they provide 1 non-stop flights between Adelaide and Auckland.
There are 1 airports in Auckland—Auckland International Airport.
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Auckland is one of the most populated cities in New Zealand. It has the vibe, culture and heart of a global city. Amidst two harbours, this city is a beautiful blend of urbanisation and fresh untouched nature. It falls on New Zealand’s North Island and is known for some of the best sunsets, food and music. There’s no way to stop falling in love with this city’s wild charm.
Tip: Auckland sees a lot of untimely rainfall throughout the year, so carrying a raincoat or an umbrella is a perfect way to keep you from spoiled travel plans.
You will be travelling out of Adelaide Airport to Auckland Airport. Direct flights to Auckland (AKL) have a flying time of about 3 hours and 55 minutes. Multiple carriers fly on this route, but Air New Zealand is the most popular airline with direct Adelaide to Auckland (AKL) Flights. If you’re looking for cheap flights from Adelaide, the best bargain for a round trip starts at 487 AUD.
Tip: Couch Surfing is a thing in New Zealand and Australia wherein you can live at somebody’s house for a fraction of the cost as a hotel. If you’re new to the idea of homestays, shared living and couch surfing, do give it a read before trying.
Adventure is pretty synonymous with the vibe and culture in Australia and New Zealand. If you’re a fan of bungee jumping, then visiting the Sky Tower for some great views of the city is a great idea. Vineyards and Wineries here are extensive, and you can choose from some excellent properties to spend your time to do some wine tasting. Waiheke Island is one such place that takes wine tasting with views of the ocean to another level. The Auckland War Memorial and Rangitoto Island are other tourist favourites.
Tip: The public transport modes available here are buses, trains and ferry. You can get passes to save on public transport. If you’re in the habit of taxis and cabs, Auckland has Uber, which is cheaper than local taxis.
Street shopping here is the best way to shop because Auckland is an expensive city. Mostly art and handicrafts are popular souvenirs people like to take back from here. Do visit Queen Street and Otara market for the best buys. When it comes to dining, food and drinks add up quickly if you’re not careful, but there are many options to try new dishes native to Auckland without blowing your pocket like Backpacker bars.
Tip: Experiencing travelling through the Ferry is the best way to explore the beautiful ports and get some views of International cruise lines and their massive mesmerising ships.
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