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The 6 reasons why New Zealand is the adrenaline capital of the world.

Thrill seekers from all over the world flock to New Zealand every year - for the incredible flora, fauna but most importantly, the insane amount of adrenaline pumping activities that are available. From bungy jumping in Queenstown to rafting through the rapids at Tongario, New Zealand is the perfect holiday destination for those looking for a thrill.


1. BUNGY JUMP in Queenstown

Measuring 134m high, the Nevis bungy is currently the tallest in Australasia and is guaranteed to give those who dare the thrill of their life. New Zealand truly is the home of the bungy jump, and if you've never taken the plunge there is no better place. Getting there requires a 40 minute 4WD, followed by a ride out to the Bungy Pod in a cable car (with amazing views!).



2. CANYONING in Queenstown

 Incredible views, abseiling, waterfalls and swimming - is there anything else you could possibly desire? If you've never tried canyoning, spectacular NZ is the place. You'll start by walking through an ancient forest, and then descend into the canyon by zipline, rappelling waterfalls and plunging into natural falls. Canyoning is an activity the whole family can do together, and caters to most ages and abilities. 



3. ZORBING in Rotorua 

If you've ever been inclined to jump into a giant, protective clear ball that is filled with water and roll down hills to your heart's content, then zorbing is the choice for you. Often described as "feeling like you're in a giant washing machine", zorbing can be done solo or with a partner, and will leave you laughing and reminiscing all day.




We may be biased, but there is no place in the world like New Zealand to go white water rafting. The 14km journey on the Tongario rapids is not for the weak hearted, with Grade 3 rapid action present throughout the whole adventure. Chuck on your life vest, hard hat and grab an paddle, because this is one crazy activity. 



5. CAVING in Waitomo

Float, raft or walk through the unique natural landscape that the Waitomo Caves are. Under the green hills of Waitomo lies a labyrinth of sinkholes, caves and underground rivers, just waiting to be explored. Home of magnificent stalactites growing down from the ceiling and walls decorated with galaxies of glow worms, caving through Waitomo Caves is a must do when in NZ. For the more adventurous, try black-water rafting through the caves.



6. HELISKIING in Queenstown

If you adore skiing but hate the lines, hustle & bustle and want your own fresh pow, then heliskiing could be your next obsession. One for the advanced skiers & snowboarders, the prospect of skiing down an untouched slope is but a dream for most. Be transported to the Southern Alps in Queenstown, where you'll be dropped at the top of a totally untouched (for the day anyway!) mountain, ready to be skied on. You'll normally be able to fit 3-6 runs in a day, depending on your stamina, though you'll want to keep going forever! 

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