You can do a whole lot of things in New Zealand which is often considered as the adventure capital of the world.
There is no of things that can be done in New Zealand and we have rounded it all up. Adventures take place in the Northern and Southern Islands.
We have come to the conclusion that the Southern Island is definitely more fun of the two with amazing country back adventures and besmirched scenery the Southern Island is the larger of the two.
1. Bungy Jump in Queenstown
Bungee Jumping is one of the most delighting places to visit in the Southern Island. It was invented by AJ Hackett in Queenstown. It’s just a pretty adventurous place to visit.
It’s a chance that you shouldn’t miss if you are in the vicinity. The original Bridge Jump, the Ledge Jump, and the stunning Nevis Bungee located 134 metre over a gorge are some of the choices that you ought to make.
2. Go Paragliding
For all those of you who haven’t ever experienced paragliding or are too phobic to heights, this is the perfect chance for you to overcome your fear and enjoy paragliding to the fullest. Catch the Skyline Gondola for a spectacular experience above the clouds.
Then soar 2000 feet above Queenstown. You will get a good 15-minute flight and could keep catching the waves to go back up to your starting point rather than dropping quickly to the ground.
You’ll get to do some amazing maneuvers too!
3. Whitewater Raft Class 5 Rapid
If you are a rafting geek then I suggest you must not miss this rafting lifetime experience. The class five rapids just two hours from the Christchurch are the experience of a lifetime.
You can also perform a cannonball into the smaller rapids from 3-5 meter high ledges.
That really gets your blood pumping.
4. Cruise Milford Sound
It has to be something if Rudyard Kipling called this piece of work as the 8th wonder of the world. It is also regarded as the World’s top most visited destination. This place is one of the most popular and worth seeing the tourist destination of the country. You must visit Milford Sound through a cruise. Its mesmerizing fiords contains some of the highest sea cliffs in the world.
5. Fly Your Own Stunt Plane
For all those who have an unaccomplished dream of being a pilot, you can fly your own plane over here. Here at the Ulfy Extreme, you get the chance to fly your own plane.
As the pilot talks you through the ballistics and the nomenclature of flying a plane you get to feel like a pilot for just the time being. Of course, this stunt is not for the faint of heart but is surely the exclusive thing you would be doing in New Zealand.
6. Moeraki Boulders
Along a long stretch of the Koekohe Beach on the Otago coast lies the Moeraki Boulders which is a natural phenomenon. It is also a great tourist destination in New Zealand. Located between Hampden and Moeraki on the South Island, it is considered that Moeraki boulders were created because of the muddy sediments that kept accumulating there through erosion, wave action and landslide.
7. Trek the Fox Glacier
A glacier walk sounds a bit enthralling, doesn’t it? If it does be sure to visit the Fox Glacier because it may be one of the easiest and quickest glacier walks that you will ever experience.
You are completely provided with the suitable equipment so you need not worry about the waterproof rain jackets and pants at a low elevation you also feel safe and sound and can enjoy the walking.
8. Go Whale Watching Kaikoura
Whale watching might not be one of the most thrilling experiences you have in life but the number of whale species over here will flabbergast you. Various types of different whales migrate here and you would love to spy on their activities. It’s actually pretty economically balanced as well because if you are unable to spot any whales you get about 80% of your payout refunded to you.
9. Split Apple Rock
Split Apple Rock is a 120 million-year-old granite rock that has been split in half.
It is believed that the rock was split because of two warring gods in the past. Science, however, tells us that water seeped in through the fissures of the rock during the ice age and the rock split in half.
10. Pancake Rocks
The Pancake Rocks of Punakaiki is a great destination and amazing place to pay a visit. Take a walkway out to view the 1000-year-old eroded limestone formations.
If you time it right, you’ll catch the sea spewing up through the rocks blowholes. The Pancake Rocks can be reached by the easy Pancake Rocks and Blowholes Walk right in the centre of Punakaiki.
Make it a point not to miss out any of these must-visit adventurous places and activities when you happen to plan a vacation to New Zealand!