The Huka Experience

Day One – Arrive Taupo, North Island

After arriving at Taupo airport you will be transferred the short distance Huka Lodge, which offers an elegant and welcoming haven where guests enjoy the highest standards of comfort and hospitality.

Relax in your secluded lodge room, which is spacious, light and peaceful with slatted wooden, outdoor terraces.

This evening enjoy a private arrival dinner in the Trophy Room, which boasts a fine collection of African hunting trophies.


Day Two – The Lodge

After a leisurely breakfast retire to the Trophy Room for a morning training session.

After the session and a relaxing lunch, you will enjoy a half day fly fishing in some of the 23 streams and rivers nearby – combine magnificent fishing with a great challenge!

That evening enjoy dinner in the Dining Room with its relaxing ambience.


Day Three – The Lodge

After a relaxed breakfast, you will be whisked away by helicopter to see some of New Zealand’s most beautiful scenery and prominent volcanic highlights during a fabulous full day experience.

From above the now dormant volcanoes you will enjoy expansive views of the mighty domes and craters, before crossing the coast for White Island. On the Island you will see steaming fumaroles and bubbling activity as well as visiting the edge of a crater lake.

After leaving the Island the return trip can take in the thermal activity of the Rotorua area and the Hydro Electric Dam facilities on the famous Waikato River.

This evening enjoy a 5-course gourmet dinner served outside under the stars by the outdoor fire.


Day Four – The Lodge and Departure

The final training session will take place this morning after breakfast in the Trophy Room.

After enjoying lunch on the terrace, you will be chauffeured back to Taupo for your departure.

RATE: From US$7,000.00 per person based on 8 guests, single occupancy including YPO certified facilitator. Airfares to Taupo, NZ not included.

(Prices indicative only and are subject to seasonal availability & change at suppliers’ discretion)