Have fun in New Zealand

Discover what there is to see and do, from the Marlborough Sounds at the top of the South Island to Stewart Island at the bottom of the South Island, showcasing in video and imagery New Zealand’s diverse scenery and some of the top activities you can experience whilst touring New Zealand

By exploring each region on this site you can watch videos & imagery showing stunning scenery and the highlights of each region, it’s diverse natural attractions and local tourist activities such as rafting, kayaking, tramping one of New Zealand’s many great walks, View wildlife in a unique & natural environment, swim with dolphins, bird watching in Kaikoura & the Marlborough Sounds, scenic flights over South Island’s mountains & glaciers to whale watching in Kaikoura by helicopter or plane, diving, fishing, skiing, wine trails, golf, bungy jumping at Queenstown, Auckland & lake Taupo, skydiving, parasailing, cycling or mountain biking on one of our cycle trails. Experience Maori culture, Arts and Crafts, health spa’s, caving, and so much more.

The sheltered bays of Abel Tasman National Park are perfect for sailing or kayaking, with ample opportunity to see the seals and dolphins who regularly play in these coastal waters. If you prefer to explore by land, the park is a great place to walk. Hike the Abel Tasman Coastal Track and follow the coastline through native bush, past limestone cliffs and along golden beaches.

The sheltered bays of Abel Tasman National Park are perfect for sailing or kayaking, with ample opportunity to see the seals and dolphins who regularly play in these coastal waters. If you prefer to explore by land, the park is a great place to walk. Hike the Abel Tasman Coastal Track and follow the coastline through native bush, past limestone cliffs and along golden beaches.

The stunning lakeside resort of Queenstown is the adventure capital of the world. From the iconic bungy jumping and jet boating, to quad biking, white water rafting, river surfing, sky diving and canyon swings...there is something for everyone!

Fom soaring mountains to tranquil river flats, glaciers and turquoise lakes, exploring the Mount Aspiring National Park wilderness is an unforgettable experience. Accessible from Wanaka, it boasts plenty of activities for outdoor enthusiasts; from walking to jet boating and scenic flights. Choosing where to start is the hardest part!

Central Otago is breathtakingly different with vast undulating landscapes, rugged snow-capped mountains, clear blue rivers and tussock-clad hills. The gem of this region is the multitude of wineries, many world-renowned for their Pinot Noir. Meet the wine-makers, stroll or bike through the vines and savour the best of this region.

The picturesque Marlborough Sounds boasts 1,500km of New Zealand coastline. Home to secluded bay, historic sites, marine reserves and precious island sanctuaries, which foster kiwi and other native species. Cruise or kayak your way through the Sounds, spotting the wildlife along the way. Starting at Ship Cove, walk or cycle bush clad ridgelines to admire the view from the Queen Charlotte Track.

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Fiordland National Park features the majestic Milford and Doubtful Sounds which you can experience by boat, air or on foot. Keep the camera handy - there's a magic spot around every bend in this part of the world! The park can be accessed through the picturesque town of Te Anau.

Experience the beauty of New Zealand's highest peak on foot wandering the easy Hooker Valley Track, enjoy a birds eye view of the area from the air or take to the surrounding turquoise waters by boat. While you are here, don't miss a visit to the Mt John Observatory where you will witness the clear and vast starlit skies of the world's largest Dark Sky Reserve. Day or night, from up close to views across the water, this mountain takes our top spot for South Island experiences.

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