Doubtful Sound is a breathtaking fiord located in the southwestern part of New Zealand’s South Island. It is a place of incredible natural beauty, stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife.
One of the best ways to experience Doubtful Sound is on a day or overnight cruise with Real NZ, That includes a cruise across Lake Manapouri and a visit to the underground Manapouri Hydro Power Station New Zealands largest power station.
There are many sources of information to help a beginner hiker. Due to the rugged landscape and shape of our country, hiking tracks in New Zealand can vary a lot in terms of difficulty and condition, from shorter, well-marked gravel tracks and boardwalks, to steep, unmaintained routes into alpine areas all within a small area or short space of time.
Whatever your level of sailing experience, sailing in the Bay of Islands is something that should be on everyone’s Must Do bucket list. There are fully crewed options, to self-sail rentals for the more experienced. Whether you want to try your hand at a simple self-sail Hobbie-cat through to hoisting the sails or taking the helm whilst sailing on one one of the many day sailing charter options.
Nestled in 3/4 acres of bush-clad hillside, Allure holiday properties command spectacular views of the waterfront, across the bay to Waitangi and the Kerikeri inlet. Experience the best of both worlds…relax and unwind in the peace and tranquillity of this private setting or take a short stroll to the superb beaches, cafes, restaurants and all the adventure activities that the Bay of Islands has to offer.
Kaikoura is located on the rugged east coast of the South Island of New Zealand where this stunning coastline meets with the majestic alpine scenery of the Kaikoura Ranges, an all year round destination that is well known for its diverse marine wildlife.
New Zealand is a country full of natural beauty, with mountains, volcanoes, lakes, forests and beautiful coast lines. It’s actually a perfect holiday spot for those who love nature. Because kayaking is an awesome activity while sight-seeing, New Zealand also draws a massive number of people into the country just to seek out kayaking opportunities. With the listed places below, you will surely satisfy your kayaking urge.
Wet or fine the stunning Milford Sound is breathtaking in any weather, the fiord’s cliffs rise vertically from the dark waters below to towards the sky, numerous waterfalls cascade down from high above with the largest and permanent of the falls being the ‘Stirling Falls’ and the ‘Lady Bowen falls’.
Without doubt a cruise on Milford sound is an unforgettable experience.
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There are many tour options to experience visiting this most popular Must-Do Bay of Islands iconic landmark
Boat cruises from Paihia & Russell along with Jet Ski tours will take you out out to the famous “Hole in the Rock”and for those who are looking for something unique you can even land a helicopter on the top of the island and have a picnic or celebration drink. Majestic in size and sprouting proudly out of the Pacific Ocean It’s an island dominated by its sheer cliffs that rise 148 metres out of the sea and could have been considered just another large rock in the ocean had that same ocean and wind not carved out a spectacular 16m-high hole at its south-western end larger enough for your boat to go through on a calm day
Skydiving in New Zealand is a bit like falling in love – thrilling, unexpected and totally unforgettable!
With such incredible scenery, it comes as no surprise that Skydiving inNew Zealand is consistently voted one of the best places in the world to jump out of a perfectly good airplane (with a parachute, of course!). Here’s our guide to what we think, are the best eight skydive places in New Zealand. Along with what we have experienced ourselves found the best ten Tandem Skydives jumps in New Zealand’s North Island & South Island.