Experience one of the world’s most stunning locations with an unforgettable hour of power. With remarkable thrills, spins and exhilaration across three waterways, this is one to get your blood pumping.
Get ‘wet suited’ up for some spectacular adrenaline-fuelled fun through the canyons of Queenstown. With some of the longest rapids in the world, rafting in Queenstown is a must for any adrenaline junky!
Get your thrills on New Zealand’s one and only whitewater jet! If you have a love for all thing things fast – with a 500 horsepower V8 engine propelling you through the rapids, this is the activity for you!
Sail the Southern Hemisphere’s largest freshwater lake in style, aboard a classic sailing yacht. Learn about Maori stories and history that shaped New Zealand while you cruise through Lake Taupo’s calm waters.
Fly through the lush, native beech forest canopy above Queenstown and the beautiful Lake Wakatipu on a thrilling zip line. It’s an eco-adventure like no other, offering valuable sustainable education along the way!
One of the only places in New Zealand where native forests meet golden beaches and home to one of the great walks of New Zealand; Abel Tasman is a must-see and what better way to explore it than by kayak.
Set sail into the heart of Milford Sound with this day cruise. Encounter nature up close as you drink from the glacial waters of the Sound’s magnificent waterfalls and watch dolphins play in the bow wave.
Strap in and get ready for the ride of your life; feel the rush of jetboating on this tour. Experience crazy stunts in the white water at the base of the spectacular falls – this is an activity you can’t miss.
Set sail from Auckland’s Harbour on an America’s Cup yacht. This unique experience should be on the bucket list of any keen sailor – it’s a great way to enjoy your time in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city.
Gear up for some adrenaline fuelled fun as you take to the Dart River in the most exhilarating of styles. Then discover ancient forests and rich history as you stroll through Mt. Aspiring National Park.
When most people speak about Franz Josef they immediately think of the Glaciers and the opportunity to get to experience these from the air and then to be immersed in the middle of this amazing landscape.