New Zealand Tourist Attractions
There are many great outdoor New Zealand Tourist Attractions.
A third of the country is protected by national parks and two thirds is mountainous which makes it a sportsman’s paradise. You can find several inexpensive vacation ideas.
Go bungee jumping, mountaineering, white water rafting, caving, fishing golfing and more.
The beauty of the landscapes is breathtaking and outdoor adventures are as natural as falling off a log.
You can go bungee jumping, mountaineering, white water rafting, caving, fishing, golfing and more.
New Zealand - Mount Cook
Many of the cutting edge sports activities have been popularized in New Zealand such as bungee jumping. New Zealand is the number one spot for this famous sport with leaping points with names like Bungee Rocket, The Pipeline and Skippers Bridge.
Go high-speed jet boating, whitewater rafting, caving, cave rafting (or tubing), and mountaineering. Enjoy sailing, rugby, cricket, fishing, lawn bowling and golf.
To see the breathtaking landscape from above consider taking a helicopter ride for an amazing thrill. You can choose helicopters based at Mount Cook and Twizel, Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glacier and Queenstown.
National Parks and Marine Reserves
New Zealand is untamed and beautiful. There are fourteen spectacular national parts preserving New Zealand. See pristine landscapes, wildlife, and plant life. Visit magnificent volcanoes in Tongariro. Take a sea kayak in Abel Tasman. Explore Mount Aspiring that is loved by photographers and climbers.
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Tours & Sightseeing
Below are four ways to immerse yourself in the New Zealand outdoors and culture. You can go on boat cruises, attend cultural attractions, go fishing, kayaking, sailing, photography, bird watching, hunting and much more.
1. Independent Tours
A tour company assembles a detailed agenda designed to your tastes. You have the freedom to self guiding your vacation.
2. Group Tours
There are a number of excellent itineraries to choose from to see the entire country or a specific region.
3. Guided Tours
Having a knowledgeable persona show you around is beneficial for many. These guided tours usually involve a small group following a customized multi day itinerary. The guide takes care of business so you can relax and enjoy New Zealand.
Sightseeing tours are good to introduce you to key sites and attractions. There is informative commentary along the way.
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