New Zealand

The land of the long white cloud, New Zealand is famous for its breathtaking landscapes, from lofty mountain peaks and glaciers to mesmerizing blue lakes. It's also known for its wine, lupins and rugby, as well as its adventure activities and gorgeous train journeys.

It has North Island and the South Island. There is an option of visiting one island per trip but we suggest our Indian clients to visit both in one go as the tickets to NZ is very expensive.

You’ll find bustling cities like Auckland and Christchurch and smaller towns like Queenstown and New Plymouth existing alongside each other. From climbing the Auckland Harbour Bridge to jumping 440 feet from the Nevis Highwire Platform, New Zealand has so much to offer.


Kaikoura is best known for its whale watching which continues to drive ecotourism each and every year. The season begins in the warmer months from November and continues through till March.

Rotorua is known for bubbling mud pools, shooting geysers and natural hot springs, as well as showcasing our fascinating Māori culture

Paradise for Sports Lovers


NZ is known as Adventure Sports Capital of the World.  From the country’s own adventure sports-focussed city, Queenstown, to further afield destinations, adventure is everywhere in New Zealand.

World-renowned for its adventure, Queenstown is home to a huge choice of Adrenaline Activities including jet boating, bungy jumping, white water rafting, skydiving and even indoor thrills – all guaranteed to get your blood pumping!

A Quick Glance

What Is New Zealand For?

Bungee Jumping

New Zealand is where bungy jumping first started, on a bridge near Queenstown by a man named A.J. Hackett.  You can still jump off that bridge, along with a variety of other jumps from rail viaducts, stadiums, towers, and other custom bungy platforms.  The Nevis “plunge” – aptly named – is the country’s highest jump, at 134-metres. Don’t want to get up in the air?  Try zorbing instead.


Best places for Bungee Jumping in New Zealand: Kawarau Bungy Site, Nevis (New Zealand’s highest), Auckland Harbour Bridge, and Taupo Bungy (over Waikato river)


Always wanted to jump out of a plane? Might as well do it where the scenery is unmatched, from snow-topped mountains to jagged ocean shores. Some of the most popular (and prettiest) areas to skydive: Queenstown & Lake Wanaka, or Bay of Plenty in the North. New Zealand also boasts some of the most highly educated and experienced sky dive instructors in the world, so you’re in good hands – quite literally.


Best places to do skydiving in New Zealand: Bay of Plenty, Wanaka, Auckland, Queenstown, and Lake Taupo

Black Water Caving

New Zealand has some fantastic cave adventures – but they take the idea of caving to a whole new level.  Instead of just walking through a cave, how about riding on an underground river on an inner tube?  That’s just one of many “black water” adventures available here in New Zealand – this is definitely not a sport for claustrophobics!

Heli Ski

If you haven’t heli-skiied before, it isn’t for the faint of heart; after suiting up, you’re taken via helicopter to remote, ungroomed trails and dropped off to ski your way home.   Want to ski down a glacier?  Soar across an open bowl?  Speed down a steep chute?  It’s all possible when it comes to heli-ski. 


Best place to do heli skiing in New Zealand: South Island

Zip Lining

Zip Lining is one of the most interesting New Zealand extreme sports in the world. Here you can zip through forests, rivers, and canyons and enjoy the spectacular views and a surreal blend of nature, speed, and adrenaline rush. Zipling in New Zealand is an experience that one should surely try to witness some of the most beautiful scenic views!


Best places for zip lining in New Zealand: Waiheke Island, West Coast, and Queenstown

Jet Boating

Jet Boating is one of the most thrilling water adventure sports in New Zealand and would take you on a speedy ride through river gorges, shallow waters, past rocks, and river beds. This adventure activity is also among the popular things to do in New Zealand. The experience is refreshing as well as challenging for you because the activity will test your guts and patience. The consistent splashing of water on your face will make this activity even more exciting.


Best places to do jet boating in New Zealand: Queenstown and Canterbury, Buller and Makarora area in South Island, and Whanganui, Waikato River, and Rangitaiki rivers in North Island

Black Water Rafting

Seeking Adventure? Try Black Water Rafting. New Zealand is famed for its adrenalin activities, yet if you asked most people what this means they would give you the obvious answer of skydiving and bungy jumping. What many people have not heard about are the spectacular caves in Waitomo on New Zealand's North Island. These caves offer a different type of adrenalin activity and certainly give you phenomenal value for money. The Black Water Rafting Company provides trips for all physical abilities and price ranges so don't be scared as these caves are a must see.


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