The Adrenaline Capital
Between the lush green volcanic North Island and the more rugged, mountainous South Island, New Zealand has just about everything you could ask for in one destination.
Often considered the adventure capital of the world, New Zealand is the birthplace of bungee jumping. The country offers a seemingly endless array of adventurous activities such as cave exploring, hiking, skydiving, surfing, and skiing, to name a few. Whatever you fancy for outdoor activity, you can find it in New Zealand. Combine that with spectacular unspoiled landscapes and cheerful locals, and it’s hard not to fall in love with this beautiful country.
With a rich Maori heritage, beautiful beaches, geothermal spas, world-famous film locations, and a flourishing wine culture, the “Land of the Long White Cloud” has so much to offer. New Zealand has a growing foodie scene, and in recent years bigger cities like Wellington and Auckland have been adding more gourmet restaurants, chic cafes and boutique bars. It is hard not to fall in love with this island nation in the Pacific.
We generally recommend a minimum of 12-14 days in order to soak in and experience as much beauty and activity one could wish for. The sky really is the limit however, and we will provide you with the activities that best suit your interests. In case you wanted to add some relaxing beach time on a tropical island, New Zealand connects seamlessly with the Cook Islands and Polynesia, where you can enjoy some of the most spectacular beaches in the world.