If you came to New Zealand in search of thrill, you will be served!
Being the birth place of commercial bungy jumping was not enough for an epic nation like ours, we are also home to an incredibly wide range of options to get your heart racing. The highest rafted waterfall in the world is in New Zealand, as well as the world's biggest canyon swing, and we have more skydiving option than most European countries. If that is still not enough, dive in for a close encounter with the sea's most dangerous hunter, the great white shark!
Invented in New Zealand, the commercial bungy jump is a must do activity in Kiwi country! Solo or tandem, there are many bridges to jump from in New Zealand. The Kawarau Bridge is worth mentioning as is the birth place of the sport.
Tandem skydiving is one of New Zealand's most popular activities. Strapped to an experienced instructor you will be freefalling for up to 1 minute before opening your parachute and enjoying the scenery. It is worth noting that add-ons like photos and videos will double the price of your jump.
Did you know that New Zealand was home to the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world? From epic to scenic, there is white water rafting options to cater to every taste in our country filled with rapid rivers.
Mix thrill and wildlife by jumping in the water with New Zealand rarest and most mysterious sea creature, the great white shark. Although this may be the most expensive activity you will do in New Zealand, you will get bragging rights for life. Time your trip right from January to June only.
Slowly going downstream is not the Kiwi way. Jet boating is more like it! The most famous one is in the Shotover Canyon, not too far from Queenstown. But there are heaps of options around the country.
This tour is epic! It includes two helicopter rides to and from the top of impressive glaciers and an ice climbing tour inside a sleeping giant. All crampons, clothes and ice picks are provided so be ready for an afternoon like no other.
Another world record for New Zealand: the world's biggest swing! Solo or tandem, this is not your average playground swing. Does swinging 160m above ground at 120km per hour sounds scary enough to get your heart pumping?
Walking alongside rivers and jumping from the top of each waterfall is a sport called canyoning. New Zealand mountainous terrain is perfect for it. Do not go by yourself; your guide will know where it is safe to jump and where it is not.