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Outdoor Adventure

Glacier Hiking

New Zealand really is an adventurer’s paradise. It’s a young, immigrant country with that immigrant’s sense of adventure. The conservative ones stayed home, right? People will give anything a go – and we mean anything.

We have separate guides to Cycling & Mountain Biking; Hiking & Walking; National Parks and Winter Sports – what you’ll find here are the many other options:

Keep your eyes open when you’re out there, because there are a lot of other outdoor adventures too!

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New Zealand Adventures

Adventure for Kids

Cycling & Mountain Biking

Hiking & Walking

Winter Sports

AJ Hackett Bungy

Jump off the original bungy bridge!

Glacier Explorer

Take a small boat tour on Lake Tasman

Hot Water Beach

Dig your own sand jacuzzi

Ninety Mile Beach

Drive on an endless strip of sand

NZone Skydiving

Tandem jump over the lake

Polynesian Spa

Therapeutic hot pools

Raglan

Laid-back surf town

Shotover Jet

Blasting through the canyons

Taupo Skydiving

Skydiving capital of the world

Skyline Queenstown

Views & activities galore

Skyline Rotorua

Plenty of action atop the gondola

Turangi Fishing

Big, big trout!

Zorb

Roll down a hill inside a ball

Text © Craig McLachlan

Image by Mike Goren