Italy, the Deep South & Sicily Tour

17 Superb Days

  • Leisurely 2, 3 and 4 night stays
  • Small group size from 10 to 28
  • Genuinely inclusive, no additional on tour costs
  • Character hotels in superb locations
  • Designed for Australians & New Zealanders
  • 'My Time' guaranteed

Tour Overview

Explore the ancient villages and towns of Puglia and Matera before crossing to the glorious island of Sicily. Sleep in the ancient sassi of Matera and the delightful Trulli cottages of Alberobello. Stand on the highest active volcano in Europe, feast in mafia country and cruise to San Vito Lo Capo… ‘va bene’!


  • Stay 3 nights in the ‘Bee Hive’  Trulli cottages of Alberobello
  • Explore the baroque city of Lecce and relax in the ‘white city’ of Ostuni
  • Stay 2 nights in the beautifully restored  ‘Sassi’ caves of ancient Matera – a truly remarkable experience
  • Visit the coastal towns of Monopoli and Polignano a Mare, famous for its gelato
  • Stay 4 nights in the stunning town of Taormina
  • Explore the ancient Greek and Roman ruins of  Syracuse
  • Visit beautiful Ortigia Island, the historical heart of ancient Syracuse
  • Take a dramatic cable car and 4WD bus to stand at the top of  Mount Etna
  • Enjoy a sumptuous lunch in ‘The Godfather Country’
  • Stay 2 nights in Agrigento, with spectacular views over the  Valley of the Temples
  • See the extraordinary mosaics in Villa Romana del Casale, Piazza Armerina
  • Enjoy an olive oil tasting and light lunch at Mandranova Estate
  • Stay 3 nights near Marsala in a converted Baglio farmhouse
  • Explore the fishing port of Sciacca
  • Enjoy a lunchtime seafood feast at Vittorio’s famous beachside restaurant
  • Visit the ancient city of Erice and Segesta’s romantic temples
  • Cruise through the Zingaro marine reserve to San Vito Lo Capo
  • Enjoy a Baglio wine tasting

The Italy, the Deep South & Sicily Tour is just one of many you can enjoy in Italy or Sicily. Visit each destination page for more information for our other amazing tours!

Hear about this tour first hand from an Albatross traveller - read about Paul and Helen's experience on this tour.

Italy Deep South

Message from the Mo

Italy intensifies as you plunge deeper

Travel guru Rick Steves once wrote, “If you like Italy as far south as Rome, go further south. It just gets better. If Italy is getting a little overwhelming by the time you get down to Rome, think twice about going further. Italy intensifies as you plunge deeper.” Rick is so right! Sicily, of course, stands out, having absorbed a myriad of influences from a long history of invaders, empire builders and exotic sea traders. Turn one corner and find a massive Greek Temple or Roman Amphitheatre. Around the next you will find a delightful baroque square or verdant vineyards springing from the volcanic ash of mighty Mount Etna.
Puglia and Matera are just as evocative. The fresh produce is amazing and endless hills of olive groves testify to Puglia’s reputation as the food basket of Italy. When designing the tour I leapt at the opportunity for us to stay in the beautifully converted, white washed, beehive style ‘Trulli’ town houses. And then there is Matera. Italy’s oldest inhabited town where the rock faces are riddled with ancient caves or ‘sassi’. Mel Gibson even filmed ‘The Passion of Christ’ here as many reckon Matera actually looks authentically like Jerusalem would have done 2000 years ago! Ancient? It has been said, “Matera is the only place in the world where people can boast to be still living in the same houses of their ancestors of 9,000 years ago”. What an experience!

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Rome welcome

Your tour commences this evening in the eternal city of Rome. Join us tonight for a welcome drink before dinner. This is an ideal chance to meet, and get to know, your Tour Manager and fellow travellers.


Mediterraneo Hotel, Rome

Day 2: To Alberobello in the Puglia region

Driving across the spine of Italy – the Apennine Mountains – we continue deep into the Puglia region to the remarkable city of Alberobello where we stay three nights. This is one of the most unusual towns you will ever see. The whole city centre is a mass of whitewashed ‘bee hive’ type houses called ‘Trulli’ which date back hundreds of years. Puglia is known as Italy’s bread basket and is also justifiably famous for its olive oils, wine and local produce. Dinner tonight is included in a local restaurant.


Trulli cottages, Alberobello

Day 3: Alberobello sightseeing, ‘My Time’ and wine tasting

This morning we are joined by a local guide who will take us on a walking tour of this remarkable ‘bee hive’ town. In the afternoon we will enjoy a relaxing tasting of local wines. The rest of your afternoon and evening are at leisure.
Trulli cottages, Alberobello

Day 4: Ancient Lecce and the white city of Ostuni

Driving down into the Salentine Peninsula – the ‘heel of Italy’ – we spend the morning exploring the city of Lecce on a walking tour with our local guide. Dating back to the early Greek empire, the city boasts numerous baroque monuments and also has a Roman amphitheatre on the central square. Later we visit ‘La Città Bianca’ (the ‘white city’) of Ostuni. Perched on a hill, with views down over the coast, we enjoy time at leisure amongst the winding streets and white washed alleys.
Trulli cottages, Alberobello

Day 5: Polignano a Mare and ancient Matera

Passing hamlets and typical Pugliese ‘masserie’ (fortified large estate-farms), we reach the port of Monopoli. Later we continue to the nearby coastal town of Polignano a Mare. Built directly on the cliffs over the sea, Polignano is famous for its gelato and ice cream parlours and makes a perfect lunch stop. Crossing to the ‘ankle’ of Italy we reach the extraordinary city of Matera. On arrival we visit the Murgia Timone, a huge rock plateau riddled with ancient man made stone caves or ‘Sassi’, to take in the views directly over the ‘la Gravina’ ravine to the old town. Reputed to be the oldest inhabited settlement in Italy, your view encompasses rock churches and numerous Sassi (including the cave complex hotel we will be staying in) with the more ‘modern’ baroque town on top of the hill. We also visit the Crypt of the Original Sin*, located inside one of the many natural caves, adorned with thousand-year-old Biblical frescoes and nicknamed ‘ The Sistine Chapel of Rupestrian Art’. Your next two nights will be memorable! This evening we dine al fresco style on the terrace of our cave hotel.

*Closed Mondays

Le Grotte della Civita, Matera

Day 6: Matera sightseeing and 'My Time'

This morning we are joined by a local guide who will show us around this extraordinary town from the ancient rock hewn churches to the baroque city above. We have included entrance to La Casa Grotta – a typically furnished cave dwelling, to gain an insight in to how families lived in their ‘Sassi’ houses. Your afternoon and evening are free to relax and explore.
Le Grotte della Civita, Matera

Day 7: Cross the Straits of Messina to Sicily

Driving across Calabria and down the toe of Italy we reach the Mediterranean, where we catch the ferry across the Straits of Messina to Sicily. Following the coast we arrive at the stunning town of Taormina where we stay the next four wonderful nights.
Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina

Day 8: 'My Time' in Taormina

A totally free day to relax and explore the boutiques, handicraft shops and restaurants which make Taormina so famous. Make sure you visit the Greek Amphitheatre with its striking views and also wander through Villa Comunale, one of the most beautiful little gardens in all of Sicily.
Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina

Day 9: Ancient ruins of Syracuse and Ortigia Island

Driving past Catania we reach the city of Syracuse, where we are joined by a local guide. First stop will be at the temples and massive amphitheatre in the 2500 year old Greek and Roman ruins. We will also visit the overgrown quarries and test the amazing acoustics in the famous ‘Ear of Dionysus’ cavern. Later we cross onto Ortigia Island, the heart of ancient Syracuse, to wander through the delightful backstreets to the breathtaking architecture of the main square, Piazza del Duomo. Enjoy time to find a quiet café or trattoria for a leisurely lunch.
Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina

Day 10: Mt Etna adventure followed by a leisurely lunch

What an adventure today! First we drive up the slopes of Mount Etna to Sapienza Refuge, lying at the south of the crater at an elevation of 1910 metres. Here we board a cable car up to a restaurant and museum at 2500 metres where we meet our local guide who will drive us in a large 4WD bus up to the (usually snow covered) viewing crater area at 2920 metres. You will now be standing on the highest active volcano in Europe with views across to the steaming caldera on one side and the Sicilian coastline far below. All around you will see craters, caldera and petrified lava flow. Following this magnificent experience we descend to the village of Forza d’Agro, just north of Taormina. This area was the setting for some scenes from the film ‘The Godfather’, and is the perfect location for another leisurely, typically ‘Italian style’ lunch. The rest of the day and evening is free back in beautiful Taormina.
Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina

Day 11: Piazza Armerina and Agrigento

Cutting through the heart of Sicily we reach Piazza Armerina where a local guide will take us through the opulent Villa Romana del Casale. UNESCO Heritage Listed and one of the great sites of Sicily, this massive 1700 year old Villa was covered by a mud slide in the 12th century which beautifully preserved its breathtaking mosaics. Later we arrive in Agrigento on the south coast, where we stay two nights.
The Colleverde Park Hotel, Agrigento

Day 12: Valley of the Temples and lunch at Mandranova

This morning we are joined by a local guide who will take us through the famous UNESCO Heritage Listed Valley of the Temples. Originally the ancient city of Akragas, and built out of sandstone tufa, the golden amber hue of the giant complex of ruins and temples blend perfectly with the natural surroundings. This afternoon we will drive east to the farm of Mandranova, to enjoy an olive oil tasting and light lunch.
The Colleverde Park Hotel, Agrigento

Day 13: Sciacca and lunch at the famous Vittorio's restaurant

First stop this morning will be in the fishing port of Sciacca. Encircled by 16th century walls, the fascinating old town is where Arab, Norman and Greek cultures co-existed. We then follow the coast to the beach at Porto Palo where we enjoy a delicious seafood lunch at Vittorio’s restaurant (specially mentioned in the acclaimed BBC2 series ‘Sicily Unpacked’). Later we continue to our hotel inland from Marsala where we stay the next three nights.
The Baglio Oneto, near Marsala

Day 14: Temple ruins at Segesta and Erice

This morning we visit the Temple ruins at Segesta. Later we visit the city of Erice. Standing on top of Mount Erice, 750 metres above sea level and overlooking the port of Trapani, the views out to San Vito Lo Capo and the Aegadian Islands are fantastic. Here you will still find the remains of the ancient Phoenician fortifications and in the old city there are still two castles. Pepoli Castle which dates from Saracen times and the Venus Castle built by the Normans. Time to relax and wander through the quaint old alleys and cobblestoned streets of the old town, and find a trattoria in a peaceful courtyard to enjoy lunch. This evening before dinner we will enjoy a wine tasting.


The Baglio Oneto, near Marsala

Day 15: Zingaro marine nature reserve cruise

After enjoying free time for your morning coffee at the authentic fishing port of Castellammare del Golfo, we board a boat to enjoy a scenic cruise through the Zingaro marine nature reserve, past Scopello and the faraglioni’ rocks to San Vito Lo Capo.
The Baglio Oneto, near Marsala

Day 16: Palermo sightseeing and 'Farewell to Sicily' dinner

On arrival in Palermo we are joined by a local guide for a panoramic tour to explore the palaces and squares of this most Sicilian of cities! Entrance is included to visit the Palatine Chapel, in the Palace of the Normans, which is adorned in extraordinary 12th century mosaics. You will also have time to shop, or sit and enjoy a leisurely lunch. Tonight we will enjoy our ‘Farewell to Sicily’ dinner in a local trattoria, a short stroll from our hotel.
Hotel Plaza Opera, Palermo

Day 17: Palermo

Your tour ends today after breakfast. 


Incredible Value Inclusions

  • ALL excursions, scenic drives, sightseeing and entrances as described
  • Fully escorted by our experienced Tour Manager
  • Travel in a first class air-conditioned touring coach
  • 16 nights specially selected hotel accommodation
  • Hotel porterage (1 bag per person)
  • 29 Meals – including breakfast daily (B), 2 typically ‘Italian style’ lunches in ‘Godfather Country’ and Vittorio’s at Porto Palo, light lunch & olive oil tasting at Mandranova Olive Oil farm (L), plus 10 dinners (D)
  • Tea, coffee and a complimentary beverage with all included dinners
  • Welcome drink in Rome, wine tastings in Alberobello and in a Sicilian Baglio
  • Hand Selected Albatross Experiences - cable car and 4WD bus Mount Etna, Zingaro cruise
  • Local guides as described in the itinerary
  • ALL tips to your Tour Manager, Driver and Local Guides
  • Personal audio system whilst on tour
  • Free WiFi  at hotels

No additional 'on tour' costs!


Your Hotels

Trulli Cottages, Alberobello

Trulli Cottages, Alberobello – 3 Nights

Shunning conventional hotel accommodation we have leapt at the chance of offering an amazing touring experience. We have selected to stay in a number of beautifully renovated Trulli set amongst the winding backstreets of this UNESCO Heritage Listed old town. Bursting with character each one offers all the amenities you would expect of a high quality, self-contained studio or town house. Each Trulli is unique and varies in size, shape and layout. No two Trulli has the same furnishings or décor. Porterage is naturally all taken care of and breakfasts are all taken together in a centrally located restaurant. 

Exterior Le Grotte della Civita Matera, Italy

Le Grotte della Civita, Matera – 2 Nights

Le Grotte della Civita A hotel experience you will never forget. Translated, ‘Albergo Diffuso’ means a ‘Hotel Diffused’. Meaning diffused with history. Your rooms are a series of ‘Sassi’ or caves, dating back into pre-history, beautifully renovated and with exceptional appeal. Each are large in size and reminiscent of the ‘Flintstones’, but with luxury and all modern conveniences. Your breakfast is served in a converted rock church featuring classical music. It is impossible to paint the full picture of this truly unique experience. You'll just have to experience it for yourself.  

Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina

The Hotel Excelsior Palace, Taormina – 4 Nights

 Perched on a headland and built with a Moorish style, the sweeping views along the Taormina coast from this first class hotel and gardens are spectacular. To one side is the coastline of the Ionian Sea, and on the other you are greeted with panoramic views of Mount Etna and the hillside village of Castelmola. 

Colleverde Park Hotel, Agrigento

The Colleverde Park Hotel, Agrigento – 2 Nights

The Colleverde Park Hotel Offering spectacular views directly over the Valley of the Temples and the Mediterranean Sea, the Colleverde Park Hotel is located near the city centre of Agrigento. This elegant hotel is set amongst beautiful gardens and offers classic style hotel rooms. 

Baglio Oneto, Near Marsala

Baglio Oneto, Near Marsala – 3 Nights

 Set on a hill amongst vineyards, with views across to the Egadi Islands, this was originally a feudal dwelling and later a notable farmhouse estate built in the late 18th century. The hotel section has been designed to maintain the architectural integrity of the ancient Baglio. The ‘La Calandra Restaurant’ serves excellent local food accompanied by local wines. 

Hotel Plaza Opera Palermo, Sicily

Hotel Plaza Opera, Palermo - 1 Night

This 4 star hotel is located in the heart of Palermo, within walking distance of major landmarks. The hotel features a fusion of antique and contemporary design elements, and boasts a magnificent panoramic roof terrace.


Tour Reviews

We had an amazing time and would thoroughly recommend the tour to those of you contemplating going on the 17 day journey. We had an extraordinary tour manager and a fantastic coach driver. Our Tour Manager had a wonderful and caring personality. She displayed an excellent knowledge of the deep south and Sicily, possessed good humour and subtlety depending on the given situation and, like our previous tour manager she was ‘a real gem’.

Our coach driver greeted our group everyday with a wonderful smile. He was ‘simply the best’ at handling the coach on Italian roads and in unpredictable traffic. You are in very safe hands with him at the ‘wheel’.
Highlights of the trip were many and varied. They included the people and the trulli cottages of Alberobello, the sassi caves of Matera, the Greek amphitheatre and ‘retail therapy’ of Taormina, climbing part of Mt Etna, the Greek and Roman ruins of Syracuse, Piazza del Duomo in Ortigia, the ‘bikini girls’ at the Villa Romana del Casale, the Valley of Temples, Sciacca, Erice, a scenic cruise to San Vito and Monreale in Palermo. The food was delicious and overwhelming as you will find out for yourself.

We were very fortunate that we had a mostly good natured, humorous and an easy going group that blended well. There would be some things that we would change but we suggest that you give Italy, the Deep South and Sicily a go and see what you think... you will be pleasantly surprised and also discover the Albatross difference.

Jo & Rob

Matera accommodation

We had 27 on our tour and never felt crowded on the bus. The quality of the accommodation was excellent overall. I loved the experience of staying in the cave in Matera and had the added thrill of waking up to see "Roman soldiers" donkeys ,camels and a bullock drawn cart just outside .There was a film crew shooting a movie about the life of Christ. The pace of the tour was just right and the Sicilian countryside is stunning and rugged. The food was of a very high standard and there was so much of it.The wine flowed freely too!

I have previously done 5 Trafalgar tours and Albatross Tours is far superior



I am gluten free and the food which was provided for me was excellent. The tour was absolutely brilliant and I will definitely travel with Albatross Tours again.


Polignanon a Mare
It was an absolutely fabulous tour. The tour included everything we could have wished for and Gilberto was a wonderful guide/host.  He was not only extremely professional and knowledgeable, outstandingly courteous but also fun to be with.
The accommodation overall was excellent and it was a special treat in Alberobello and Matera. The experience of staying in a Trulli cottage and the Sassi caves was a truly unique and a special experience. We loved the pace of the tour with no 'one night stands' and also that the tour was 'active' as we needed to walk off the wonderful food and wine!
We are certainly happy to recommend this tour, it exceeded our expectations.

Judy & Andy

Overall an excellent tour. The tour highlights were the Trulli and Sassi accommodation. Sicily is extremely different from other areas of Italy and I think Albatross Tours did a magnificent job in highlighting all the areas we visited. The accommodation was excellent and the entire tour was brilliant. The best we have ever experienced!


We had a wonderful time, guest travelling companions, eye opening and hilarious on occassions. The guide at the Valley of the Temples is a gem! All the places we visited were so interesting, both historically and visually. The underground churches at Matera, Villa Romana, Taormina, Mt Etna and of course, Erice. Erice was so interesting to explore! Of course we were very very spoilt, and fortunate, to be in such a small group. The entire tour from start to finish wsa handled magnificently by Gilberto. He was funny, informative, looked out for everyones welfare, and a gentleman - his blood should be bottled! The dinner at L'Altro restaurant in Alberobello was trully memorable. This is a tour jam packed with sensory stimulation. Well done.. more please!


An excellent itinerary and following immediately after 'The Italian Grande' tour provided a great overview of the entire country. Accommodation, particuarly the Trulli cottages and Sassi stays was outstanding. The days were balanced well with free time and a whole complete rest day mid tour was well timed. Gilberto was warm and friendly company handling any questions and potential difficulties with good humour and discretion. Thank you for a wonderful tour.


Our guide Gilberto was just wonderful! He was always there to help. The accommodation was really great and on the odd occasion that the room did not suit for personal reasons, it was sorted immediately.
The food and wine was over the top. I have been on exclusive small group gourmet tours at prices well in excess of this tour and not experienced the generosity of food and wine we experienced. At one evening dinner we asked for the food to slow down as there was too much! At one lunch we had 10 starters, 4 mains and sweets. We all waddled home!
We had 16 on our tour and that was a great number. Pre-dinner we would all meet at a passengers room for drinkies and nibbles. The tour was very personal and just naturally led to this type of entertainment.
Overall we cannot fault this tour and would highly recommend it to any prospective traveller. We have been travelling for the last 12 years to a large number of destinations with numerous travel companies and we found Albatross Tours to be up there with the very best. To get the accommodation, tour sites, food and wine that Albatross Tours provide you would need to go with a group like Scenic Tours but you would still only go to the same places as every other tour company. That's where Albatross shines. We visited exclusive areas that only small groups can access Albatross deliver what they preach.
We would travel again without hesitation with Albatross Tours.


I have just returned from Italy doing "The Deep South and Sicily” and would like you to know how much I enjoyed it. This is my second tour with Albatross Tours and I was not disappointed, again having a wonderful time, especially the longer stays, small group sizes and a very knowledgeable tour manager and a lovely driver. I have met really lovely people who I feel will become life long friends,

Staying in the Trulli’s in Alberobello was very unique, and one of the highlights for me was staying in the caves in Matera. They were just amazing, we all met on one of the terraces to have drinks looking out to the magnificent views across from us. It was a great night.

Another highlight was walking around one of the craters of Mt Etna…magnificent.

The south is so different to the north, and I am so glad I’ve experienced both. The food and the wines were delicious and I especially loved all the seafood we were treated to, and a special mention to Vittorio at his fabulous ristorante on the beach…Belissimo!! The countryside is so very scenic and I never tired of looking out the window.

I would like to say that our Tour Manager was tested on this tour with three people falling and two being taken to hospital…this was handled wonderfully, even organising a wheelchair for one of our fellow travellers.

I am now looking forward to going through the brochures again to decide what my next tour will be and you can be guaranteed that it will most certainly be with Albatross.


Trulli, Alberobello

We loved the multi night stays, we were fortunate to travel with Gilberto as our Tour Manager for a second time, he has such a passion for his country and truely cares about all of his guests. There are so many memories I will cherish, such a divine experience to stay in the Sassi caves, the fact that it was raining only added to the experience, or was it staying in a Trulli in Alberobello, or meeting the "Wild Boar" himself, Vittorio. Perhaps it was the fact that my wife caught her first fish in the Mediterranean with the help of our Captain, or to stand on Mt Etna amongst the ash and snow, rugged up against the 3 degree's temperature and to bend down and fell the warmth beneath our feet.
Thank you Albatross.

- Paul, travelled May 2016

The tour was very relaxed not rushed in any way, I had been to many of the places before but this tour was outstanding, the Albatross guides were much better and had more information.

Our guide was very understanding, as a few people were ill he made sure that they were looked after by Doctor or chemist.

I will most certainly travel with Albatross again.


Vini, Baglio Sicily

Tour was well paced and extremley well organised. Accomodation was varied and unique. Gilberto our Tour Manager made the difference from a well organised tour to a great and memorable experience. I enjoyed the tour and will travel with Albatross again without hesistation.


Alberobello Town Centre, Italy

This was my first overseas organised tour and it exceeded my expectations. It was well organised, very informative and enjoyable. I had a wonderful time.

Thank you to everyone involved.


Palermo, Italy

I have finally arrived home after another incredibly amazing Albatross Tour! We are totally sold on Albatross and so thrilled we found you in 2014.I recall you telling the afternoon tea crowd at Moore Park, Sydney, earlier this year how different and special the South of Italy and Sicily are.You hit the nail right on the head! Mind blowing actually.

We loved the magnificence of the landscapes of the northern tour we did in 2014 and could not see how that could be surpassed. However this tour has touched us, more emotionally I think, in ways we never imagined and it is hard to express how. But the south is simply special, raw perhaps and less sophisticated possibly but so very genuine.

Gilberto, our wonderful tour director, ensured the party of 20 travellers simply had the best time, the best opportunities for absolutely everything one could wish for!
As you already know he is a true gentleman, and one who can balance professionalism with just the right amount of personal interaction. We totally understand why you value his personal friendship so much too. Gilberto is an absolute treasure and he certainly made us feel special.  Hopefully we will be fortunate enough to meet him on our travels in the future.

Just couldn’t resist snapping these pics in Erice but no doubt many Albatross devotees have done the same thing many times over and sent them to you too!

Thank you  Euan, and your amazing team for creating these amazing tours and exciting us with your great passion of travel.

The tours allow those who take up your opportunities, to share the history and often uniqueness of so many places many of us would either miss or never dare to visit.

Keep creating please.


Albatross Travellers in Southern Italy

The way Albatross arranging the tour, from the sights, scenes and hotels, was memorable. What stood out for me the most were:

  • The sequence of the places we visited were like a well scripted movie. A spectacular opening (Alberobello and Matera), followed by journey through sometimes start and other time beautiful country sides to places incredible and different, finishing with a spectacular dinner (evening) in a luxurious hotel (as we watch the sun setting on our journey) over a picturesque marina and bay.
  • Each place we visited had its own special charm and beauty.
  • The Tour Manager made everything easy for all the group and managed to fulfil every persons individual request without any seeming effort.
  • The Tour Driver negotiated street and hills not made for big busses with impossible and ensured the bus was always parked in the best possible position for us passengers.
  • The tastes of the places visited were enjoyed immensely.
  • The quality of the fellow travellers was outstanding. Every person was friendly, cooperative and very interesting.


Dates and Prices

Start Date End Date Price Per Person Availability
14 Sep 2022 30 Sep 2022 NZD $9,664 Space Limited - Call Now
4 Oct 2022 20 Oct 2022 NZD $9,664 Space Available
3 May 2023 19 May 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
17 May 2023 2 Jun 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
21 Jun 2023 7 Jul 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
19 Jul 2023 4 Aug 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
30 Aug 2023 15 Sep 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
20 Sep 2023 6 Oct 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available
4 Oct 2023 20 Oct 2023 NZD $9,974 Space Available