Take the leap of faith at the South Island's Bungy
Take the leap of faith in South Island at the country’s oldest at AJ Hackett’s Kawarau Bridge and the highest bungy jump with a height of incredible 134-metre plunge at Nevis Bungy. Both are located in the Queenstown area. Once in a lifteime experience bungu jumping surely guarantees an adrenaline rush like no other.
Cruise and Explore the Tasman Glaciers
Its truly the most amazing adventure in New Zealand, as you weave in and out of floating icebergs cruising around the Tasman Glacial Lake and experience the enormity of the largest glacier in New Zealand. All this plus an awesome backdrop of New Zealand’s highest and most spectacular mountains, including Aoraki Mount Cook and Mount Tasman.
Experience the Flow of Nature
Immerse yourself in an experience that will make your holiday in New Zealand truly immemorable. Discover the ever-changing icescape as you take a short, thrilling flight over lush native rainforest and land on the Franz Josef Glacier. Learn more about the most spectacular ice formations, as your guide leads you through the most awe-inspiring glacier scenery New Zealand has to offer.
Spot Humpback Whales in Kaikoura
Located on the eastern shores of South Island, Kaikōura is famous for the spectacular array of marine life. Get on a cruise for an unforgettable journey watching the impressive sperm whales along with migrating humpbacks and southern right whales in their natural habitat leaves you awestruck. Dont forget to search the waters for orcas and other dolphins.
Stargazing the Southern Cross in Tekapo
The Dark Sky Reserve located at the southern town of Tekapo is one of the best places to go stargazing. The best way to experience it is by travelling upto the summit of Mount John, home to the world renowned astronomy research centre. At 1,029m high, Mt John offers unrivalled 360-degree views across the largest accredited International Dark Sky Reserve in the world.
Discover the Milford Sound on a cruise
The Milford Sound Cruise really is one of the best things to do in New Zealand if you’re a nature lover. The best way to see the fiord in all its glory is by boarding a cruise and getting out on the water. The stunning sheer cliffs surrounding you, the inky blackness of the water and the frosty alpine peaks looming over it all combine to create a stunning tableau.
Discover the Magnificent Geothermal Wonderland
A day of excitement, culture, kai and connection. Te Puia offers hours of fun for the whole whānau with a range of different experiences! Te Puia, without a doubt is New Zealand’s geothermal wonderland featuring some of the most dramatic geysers and mud pools. At Te Puia one can also interact with the traditional Māori carvers and weavers and experience the traditonal cuisine at the world famous restaurant, Pātaka Kai.
Journey through the Scenic Southern Alps
Explore the Southern Alps aboard the TranzAlpine train as you glide through the heart of New Zealand’s beautiful scenery. On this truly spectacular train journey, you’ll traverse the patchwork paddocks of the vast Canterbury Plains and wind along the walls of the Waimakariri River valley. It is one of the world’s great train journeys between Christchurch and Greymouth, covering 223 kilometres (139 miles) one-way and taking just under 5 hours.
Get lost in the World of Hobbits
Secreted amid the rolling pastures of the Waikato region, with the mighty Kaimai Ranges towering in the distance, the Hobbiton Movie Set is the most popular of New Zealand’s Tolkien-inspired destinations. Step into this enchanting village and experience the real Middle-earth™, as you explore the lush pastures of the Shire™ with a guided walking tour of Hobbiton™, as featured in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit Trilogies.
Hole in the Rock Dolphin Cruise
Cruise out through the Bay’s pristine islands and along the Cape Brett Peninsula to the ‘Hole in the Rock’. Hold your breath as the skipper navigates through the narrow space and admire the rock walls soaring above you. During your cruise we’ll also stop off at glorious Otehei Bay on Urupukapuka Island, the largest island in the Bay. Relax by the white sand beach, or take a short walk up the hill for panoramic views across the Bay of Islands region.