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Activities on your Luxury New Zealand Vacation

Adrenaline Activities in New Zealand

 Adrenaline activities in New Zealand are some of the most exciting and crazy ways to get your heart racing in New Zealand. New Zealand extreme activities range from jumping off a bridge with a rubber band, to zig zagging your way through braided rivers.Get your blood pumping with our variety of adrenaline attractions and activities!

Adventure Activities

 Experience the wilderness of New Zealand with these activities. From the forests in the heart of New Zealand, or travelling our rugged terrain, you will be able to enjoy what New Zealand has to offer in every way possible. Adventure activities include: 4WD and offroading, bird watching, boats, sailing and charters, canoeing and kayaking, caving and canyoning, diving, events, festivals and shows, family fun, fishing, freshwater fishing, glaciers, hunting and shooting, motorcycling and quad biking, mountain biking, mountaineering, nature and eco tourism, sailing schools, saltwater fishing, scenic flights, surfing and water sports, tramping and hiking, zoos and wildlife parks

Food, Coffee and wine

Taste your way around New Zealand, and you'll discover food and wine that's original, world-class, and fresh from the source. New Zealand's cuisine has been described as Pacific Rim, drawing inspiration from Europe, Asia and Polynesia. This blend of influences has created a mouth-watering range of flavours and food in cafes and restaurants nationwide. For dishes that have a distinctly New Zealand style, there's lamb, pork and cervena (venison), salmon, crayfish (lobster), Bluff oysters, whitebait, paua (abalone), mussels, scallops, pipis and tuatua (both are types of New Zealand shellfish), kumara (sweet potato), kiwifruit, tamarillo and pavlova, the national dessert.
Its distinctiveness is more in the way New Zealanders eat, generally preferring as relaxed and unaffected as possible, in keeping with the laidback Kiwi psyche.


New Zealand is a popular destination for those wanting to get away from it all. With geography ranging from volcanic areas (with natural hot springs) to stunning forests and vast beaches, it's the perfect place to chill out 100%.There are many retreats set up in remote areas, so clients can get back to nature as well as enjoying modern New Zealand day spa therapies. In small hideaway retreats, there is an emphasis on individual service.

If you're wanting to relax in New Zealand but don't want to sit around all the time, there is a whole range of activities that you can do. Play a round of golf in some of our top golf courses in New Zealand or spend a d

Wildlife Encounters

From swimming with dolphins and whale watching to encounters with kiwi birds and penguins, here's a list of popular wildlife experiences in New Zealand. Bird Watching, Sim with Dolphins, watch Penguins, Whale Watching, Zoos, Walk between Seals, Other Wildlife

Arts, Culture & Heritage

Many galleries around the country hold exhibitions that feature the works of nationally acclaimed artists in New Zealand, as well as sculptors, jewellers and fresh new talent. Various New Zealand artists draw their inspiration from the stunning landscape. Arts & Crafts (Taonga), Cultural Attractions, Galleries, Gardens, Heritage Attractions, Museums, Performing Arts, Wineries, Photography
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