Getting here

Whether you’re retreating from across the world or the Tasman, here’s some tips to make your travel to Aro Ha Wellness Retreat as seamless as your stay.

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Flying from North America

It’s much easier to find us nestled among the majestic southern alps than you’d think. Air New Zealand operates several direct flights from Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Chicago, Houston and Hawaii. All flights are overnight, so your week long relaxation can begin as soon as you board. If you’re flying from another city you’ll need to stop over briefly in Auckland or Sydney before reaching Queenstown.

Flying from Europe

You may have quite the journey before you, but we promise the destination is worthwhile. There are several airlines that offer flights with minimal stop overs in between, or if you’ve got the time, you could choose to spend a few days in one of the stop overs. No need to worry, we’ll be waiting to rejuvenate you as soon as you arrive.

Flying from Australia

If you’re flying from a major city on the East coast, expect to arrive in Queenstown via a direct 3 hour flight.

Recommended Airlines

No matter where you’re coming from, these airlines will guide you smoothly to New Zealand’s majestic shores.

Air New Zealand
Cathay Pacific
Virgin Australia
Singapore Airlines

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