New Zealand is a country filled with fun things to do, both the conventional and the unusual. If a list of editing things to do in New Zealand were to be exhaustively compiled, it would run into hundreds of items. This article focuses on the unique activities that will give you a thrill and are not likely to found in other destinations.
Swimming with Playful Dolphins
Dolphins are some of the most fun aquatic creatures to ‘hang out’ with. They are social and cute at the same time. At the Kaikoura town in South Island, the Dusky Dolphin species is always up for a swim- and joining them is allowed. This is one you definitely won’t forget.
Bungee Jump in Queensland
The bungee jump in Queensland is unlike any other you will experience elsewhere. The Kawarau suspension bridge is the best spot for this daredevil experience. Plunging headlong from the bridge, you get all chilled mid-air before diving into the water and ‘coming back to life.’ How far can you push your confidence?
Visit the Fiorland
The fjords of Doubtful Sound and Milford require exceptional luck to explore. They are stunningly beautiful, but the weather around them is unpredictable and regularly violent. With excellent timing- and the help of guides- visiting these fjords can only be equated to collecting a gem during your visit to New Zealand.
New Zealand has a generous coastline which is very suitable for sailing. Venturing out by yacht is a great way to see the country from a different angle. There are yachts available for people of all budgets. You can choose to charter a private sail or go on a group tour, whichever pleases you. The Bay of Islands in the Northern Island is the ideal destination for a hatch sail.
Faced with numerous activities to do in New Zealand, you might want to place these at the top. You’ll be glad if you do.