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6 Unique Ways to Spend Your Valentines Day (Auckland)

Getting ready for the special day? Forget dinner or movie date. Try something different and fun without spending too much.

1. Eden Garden

Forget the bouquet of flowers, bring your special someone to award winning Eden Gardens at Mt Eden. Entrance is $8 per person and you can book your high tea or food orders at their onsite cafe. More info

Eden Garden Auckland

 

2. High Tea at Langham Auckland

Want something different? Instead of going out for lunch or dinner date, try a romantic afternoon high tea at the beautiful Langham Hotel. Price starts at $49 per person, bookings required. More info

Langham Auckland High Tea

3. America’s Cup Sailing

For an unforgettable Valentines Day, sail the America’s Cup at the Harbour for two and a half hours. Price starts at $160 per person, booking required. More info

America's Cup Sailing New Zealand

4. Winery Tour

What a better way to spend the beautiful day at a vineyard. There are a couple winery tours and wine tastings without leaving Auckland. Prices start at $50, book soon before everything gets sold out.

winery tour

5. Seaplane Flight

A scenic flight is both breathtaking and impressive. Bring your date or love one on a seaplane flight for the best Valentines Day. With dining and accommodations available, this is definitely gonna top anyone’s day. Starts at $190, booking required.  More info

Auckland Seaplane

6. Day Trip in Waiheke

Want a full day of activities? Visit Waiheke Island for numerous choices to spend your day. More info

Waiheke ISland

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Written by Alliv Samson

Founder and Publisher of XYNZ Magazine. Alliv is also the co-founder and COO of Kami (www.kamihq.com). @allivsamson

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