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Adventure Holidays

New Zealand is renowned for its wide range of adventurous activities. The Kiwi ingenuity that originally helped early pioneers build this country has continued to serve us well in many areas, including in the design of thrilling adventures for our visitors!

Get ready to be thrilled, excited, amazed or just plain terrified with these adventurous activities. Why not jump from a ledge attached to just a piece of rubber, or perhaps leap from an aeroplane 10,000 feet above the ground? Perhaps riding down rushing rapids or helicoptering to an ancient glacier is more your game? If that's too much, how about a spot of kayaking along with the coastline or backcountry farm tours? Either way, there is something for everyone.

Check out our blogs below then contact us to inject a bit of adventure into your New Zealand Holiday Itinerary.

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How to visit the Great Barrier Reef
Tasman Glacier Lake, Mt Cook
Discover the icy secrets of Mt Cook National Park's glaciers and ice bergs
Fox Glacier
We compare: Fox Glacier or Franz Josef Glacier
Mt Cook
9 ‘must see’ attractions in New Zealand’s South Island
That Wanaka Tree
Scenic drives in New Zealand: Franz Josef to Wanaka
Milford Sound
We compare: Milford Sound or Doubtful Sound?
Wai O Tapu
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Nevis Bungy Jump
Top 3 places in New Zealand to go bungy jumping
Rotorua, Redwood Forest
Rotorua adventure holidays with a difference
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