Every attraction and activity in New Zealand is a memorable experience in itself – be it an adventurous drill, a culture trip, a tour through vineyards or a tryst with astounding natural beauty. We have listed some of the most prominent experiences in New Zealand that you can consider for your trip to the Kiwi Nation.

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Bungee Jumping in Queenstown

World –class bungee jumping has made Queenstown a popular destination in New Zealand among adrenaline junkies. There are quite a few sites in this resort town to feel the thrill of bungee jumping; most popular ones are Kawarau Bridge Bungy, one of the oldest bungee sites in the world, and Nevis Swing, the world’s biggest swing.

Yachting, Kayaking and Cruising in the Bay of Islands

Bay of Islands is home to over 140 unspoiled islands that flaunt the stunning natural beauty of New Zealand. You can choose from numerous yacht trips, kayak tours and daily cruises to explore the tranquil magnificence of this region. Take a halt at Tapeka Point, an area full of whales, penguins and dolphins. A few travellers also opt for camping at Urupukapuka Island.

Heli Hiking at Franz Josef Glacier

Hiking enthusiasts often visit this glacier to add a remarkable experience to their travel dairies. You can enhance your experience with heli hiking. These guided tours start with a scenic flight that offer dazzling views of the snow clad mountains. After landing on the ice, follow your guide to admire some of the most stunning formations of blue and white ice.

Explore the Wonders of Waiotapu Geothermal Park

The region of Rotorua is notable for its geothermal phenomenon; plan a day out at Waiotapu Geothermal Park to explore this captivating feature of the region. Several walking and hiking tours are available across this unique park. Visit Lady Knox Geyser, hot springs, bubbling mud pools and hot water lakes.

Whale Watching and Dolphin Encounters at Kaikoura

Often referred to as the ‘Whale Watching Capital of New Zealand’, Kaikoura is famous for the year-round sightings of whales. Giant sperm whales, blue whales, humpback whales and pilot whales are the species you can see in the waters around Kaikoura. Several tourists visit this town to watch dusky dolphins in their natural habitat. There are dolphin tours that offer swimming sessions with these friendly creatures.

Taste the Wines of Waiheke Island

A 35-minute ferry ride from Auckland will take you to Waiheke Island, a land of high-quality vineyards. Almost every vineyard here features a stylish restaurant that serves delicious Pacific Rim cuisine. However, majority of the tourists visit these vineyards to join wine tasting tours.

Know about Maori Arts and Crafts at Te Puia, Rotorua

Maori culture is one of the most significant attractions in New Zealand. To explore this unique culture, visit Te Puia in Rotorua which is home to the New Zealand Māori Arts and Crafts Institute. Visit this institute to take a closer look at various articles and art pieces created by the students and Maori artists.

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