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The range of New Zealand activities is huge. Whether you want a relaxing holiday, an exhilarating adventure holiday, or a little of both, you will find something to suit in New Zealand.

New Zealand attracts visitors for many reasons. Some come because of the amazing scenery, some come to chill out and relax, and many others come to enjoy the wide range of high adrenalin activities available.

Here's a bit more information on a few of the more popular activities available:

Take A Tour Of Milford Sound - The Most Popular Of All New Zealand Activities

Described by author Rudyard Kipling as the "Eighth Wonder of the World", Milford Sound is New Zealand's number one attraction.

Picture of Milford Soun

This mystical place is simply stunning and it's difficult to find the words to describe Milford Sound. "Amazing", "awe inspiring", "spectacular", "stunning". They all apply.

Sheer cliffs plunge several thousand feet into the deep dark waters of the sound. On rainy days waterfalls cascade seemingly from the clouds.

And the underwater observatory provides a great view of life below the surface.

The drive to Milford is an amazing experience in itself. The only access road takes you through the beautiful lake side village of Te Anau, and on past towering peaks, rugged rivers and waterfalls, to the Homer Tunnel. Carved through the mountain side, you emerge from the tunnel into what looks like something out of Jurassic Park!

If you do only one thing in New Zealand, visit Milford Sound. You won't be disappointed. In our opinion, it's the best of all New Zealand activities.

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Kawarau Jetboat Queenstow

Available in many centres around New Zealand. Jetboats were developed in New Zealand to traverse shallow streams. You will be amazed as you rush through narrow streams sometimes in as little as 6-12 inches of water! Highly manouverable, some jetboat operators also operate in narrow gorges, such as on the Shotover River near Queenstown. What a thrill.

I can tell you from personal experience, that a jetboat ride is one of the best ways to spend an hour or so during your New Zealand trip. Another one of those wonderful, iconic, New Zealand activities!

Bungy Jumping

New Zealand is the home of the bungy.

Bungy at the old Kawarau Bridge near Queenstown

And the creator of bungy is a guy named AJ Hackett. From the original bungy site at the old Kawarau Bridge near Queenstown, bungy has expanded to many areas of New Zealand.

We have both jumped from the old Kawarau Bridge, and it was the most adrenalin charged experience of our lives! It's a real personal challenge, and for us it was a spur of the moment decision to jump. Probably just as well because if you think about it for too long, self doubt creeps in, and before you know it, you have decided not to do it.

We highly recommend it. And if you do bungy, pay the extra and have it video taped. Your friends and relatives may not believe you otherwise.

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Trout Fishing New Zealand

New Zealand has some of the best fishing in the World

For a truly unique kiwi experience, how about a spot of trout fishing?. New Zealand is well known as one of the prime trout fishing destinations in the world. Through our association with Fishing In New Zealand, we are able to offer you a wide selection of trout fishing tours on both the North Island and South Island. Pristine rivers and streams, experienced guides, and that famous kiwi hospitality.

New Zealand Golf

Play on some of the best courses in the world such as Cape Kidnappers.

Golf at Cape Kidnappers, one of the World's finest courses

New Zealand has a great selection of world class golf courses. Having played on some of the best in the country, I was constantly amazed by not only the quality of the courses, but the stunning locations. I found it difficult at times to concentrate on my golf because I was so busy looking at the scenery! If you can sneak your digital camera into your golf bag, you will get some amazing photos.

Click on the following link to view some New Zealand golf tours.

Ski New Zealand

Carving it up at The Remarkables near Queenstown

New Zealand is famous for it's perfect skiing conditions, available on both islands.

We have a large range of New Zealand skiing vacations and New Zealand heli skiing available through our partnership with respected tour providers Haka Tours, and Harris Mountain Heliskiing.

On the North Island, choose from Turoa and Whangapapa skifields. And on the South Island, Mt Hutt, Cardrona, Treble Cone, Coronet Peak, and the Remarkables give you a wide range of choice and conditions.

And if you want to experience true pristine powder, try a back country run. Nothing but you and the alps!

Ski New Zealand and New Zealand Snowboarding - we can assist with a great range of tours.

New Zealand activities don't come much better!

Maori Cultural Experiences

A Maori cultural performance is a must see on your New Zealand trip

New Zealand is the World's youngest country, having been settled less than 1000 years ago. The descendants of today's Maori people arrived in canoes and began a culture that is very much a part of modern New Zealand.

The New Zealand Maori are a proud people and many New Zealand activities focus on giving visitors an insight of the traditional Maori ways. A cultural tour is the perfect way to learn about the Maori heritage, customs, and art.

Have you seen (and heard) the New Zealand Haka ?

White Water Rafting

Tackle the rapids

If you want a thrilling experience, white water rafting may be just the thing. Throughout New Zealand, there are various rafting companies offering tours on New Zealand's beautiful rivers. Catering for beginners and experienced rafters, most companies can design a tour to suit.

Adrenalin charged and stunning scenery. What could be better?

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 New Zealand Whale Watching

Thar she blows! A giant Sperm whale off Kaikoura

Several whale watching companies operate around the country. I clearly remember the excitement as we watched these huge mammals surface close to our boat off the Kaikoura coast on New Zealand's South Island.

As well as whales, you may encounter seals, dolphins, penguins and other marine life.

Perhaps the premier whale watching spot in New Zealand is Kaikoura. Tours run year round, and in addition to the giant Sperm Whales, you may encounter New Zealand Fur Seals, Dusky Dolphins, Orca, and penguins. Other whale species can also be seen at different times of the year.

We highly recommend a Whale Watch Kaikoura tour.

Kayaking in New Zealand

Kayaking on the serene waters in the Abel Tasman National Park

The numerous New Zealand waterways are best seen close up, and what better way than on your own kayak.

Places like the Abel Tasman National Park, the Bay of Islands, and the Coromandels offer visitors picture perfect conditions for kayaking. Guided tours of varying lengths are available, or you can choose to kayak unassisted.

A kayak trip lets you get up close with a wide variety of marine life, and allows you the opportunity to stop off at a countless number of beautiful bays and inlets.

New Zealand Trekking

Glacier hikes are a great way to see these wonders of nature

New Zealand has some of the best walks in the world, such as the Milford Track, the Hollyford Track, and the Routeburn Track. Glacier and snow hikes are also available.

New Zealand is perhaps the most "hiker friendly" country in the world, and has such a variety of well maintained walks that you will think you are in "hiking heaven"!.

New Zealand has a number of "Great Walks" that are truly amazing and are rightly classified as world class.

Treks in New Zealand are maintained and controlled by the Department of Conservation. Their website has heaps of information on each walk and is a must view if you are thinking about trekking in New Zealand.

We have a range of trekking holidays available for you to view here.

A Special Note About Queenstown

Queenstown is known as the "Adventure Capital" of New Zealand and has an almost endless supply of things to do. It is a truly amazing destination, and one of our New Zealand favourites.

Click on the following link for our personal thoughts and recommendations on Queenstown activities.

What a great view! Looking down to Queenstown from the Skyline Gondola

New Zealand Escorted Tours, Day Tours and Other New Zealand Activities

Select from a wide range to suit your needs.

Through our partnerships with Relaxing Journeys, Haka Tours, Flying Kiwi, and Viator, we can offer you the best possible range of tours available.

Are you looking for a tour lasting several days? Or perhaps an adventure tour? What about camping in the New Zealand wilderness? Or a day tour to see the best of a particular region? Or even a New Zealand cruise?.

It doesn't matter what your preference, we have a tour to suit you.

Take a trip on the world famous Tranzalpine Train which has been described as "one of the great train journeys of the world", or perhaps a Milford Sound Tour. Described by Rudyard Kipling as the "Eighth Wonder of the World", Milford Sound is a truly amazing location.

And many, many more.

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