Outdoor Activities

What’s That? New Zealand is Awesome Underwater Too? Qualified divers are spoiled with different types of dives off the coast of New Zealand. Nevertheless, if you are a newbie to the dive scene t
Where to Surf on the North Island With New Zealand being two relatively small islands, you are not too far from stretching coastlines to spot a surf. Whether you want to learn in a well-known surf bea
Milford Sound’s Natural Attractions Drift through one of the stupidly scenic locations, which is almost always on top of travellers’ New Zealand bucket lists. A Milford Sound cruise is a q
Everything You Need to Know About the Whanganui Great Walk Paddle your way in the shadows of towering river gorges which hold back thick native forest as you take on the Whanganui Journey. This 145km
Where to Go Canyoning in New Zealand A fun activity mixing an element of danger and adventure, canyoning takes you through New Zealand’s extreme rivers, waterfalls, and rock formations. Climbing
Where to Surf in the South Island Ride the South Island’s waves! Delving into the waters of New Zealand’s South Island is a chilly yet rewarding experience for surfers. Hire a wetsuit! New
Where to Go White Water Rafting in New Zealand Due to its mountainous terrain, New Zealand offers some outstanding white water rivers. This is the most adventurous way to see the dramatic river gorges
The Boat Cruises in New Zealand You Just Can’t Miss! Just try and keep us out of the water; staying off the water is just not the Kiwi way. With “heaps” of islands, sounds and lakes
There is a Lot of Water in New Zealand a Lot If it isn’t in the Tasman Sea and the Pacific Ocean surrounding the 15,000km of coastline, it’s the obscene amount of lakes (3,820 of them to b
Where to Go Sailing in New Zealand “A sailor is an artist whose medium is the wind.” Webb Chiles. All sailing quotes aside to set the mood… with more coastline than mainland USA, the
Islands for Kayaking in Auckland Little pieces of what looks like the original New Zealand are dotted around the Hauraki Gulf, just a kayak trip away from Auckland. More than 50 islands are scattered
Where to Surf in New Zealand More than 15,000km (9,320 miles) of coastline sits on the edges of New Zealand. That’s the first indication that New Zealand is a top surfing location because surely
Auckland’s Five Marine Reserves Think of New Zealand’s marine reserves as national parks of the ocean! Auckland is a great place to start discovering them for any keen diver or snorkelling
The Best Hot Pools in New Zealand New Zealand has a bit of a reputation for full-on adventuring, hiking and adrenaline activities. But what about the “me” time? Where can you go in New Zea
Milford Sound Cruise Comparison: The Best Milford Sound Cruises You haven’t been to Milford Sound until you have cruised through its majestic fiord. A cruise in Milford Sound is on almost everyb