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6 Ways Connecting With Nature In New Zealand Will Boost Your Health, Wellbeing And Happiness

By James Baker
on  October 01, 2018

Did you know that fresh air can improve your blood pressure? Or that harmless bacteria found in soil can increase the release of serotonin in your brain and give your mood a little boost? Connecting with nature has countless benefits, so please come and join us on a Wild Kiwi adventure. We can’t wait to show you around.

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Boost Your Creativity

We’re pretty sure it is scientifically impossible to look at the natural beauty of Milford Sound or the icy landscape of the Franz Josef glacier and not be left feeling in awe and super inspired.

Reconnect With Yourself

If you’re feeling a bit lost, time in the beautiful New Zealand landscape. It will help you to find your feet and see your future path more clearly than ever before.

Rebuild Your Mental Energy

Nature is the queen of good vibes. If you’re feeling drained, sitting in your own spa on Hot Water Beach, looking out over the ocean and giving yourself permission to step away from your day-to-day will reduce your mental fatigue and rejuvenate your soul.

Soak In That Vitamin D On A Wild Kiwi Adventure

From lounging on beautiful beaches to immersing yourself in the natural wonder of Abel Tasman National Park, soaking in those rays will enhance your body’s ability to absorb calcium and give you a golden glow. But don’t forget to wear sunscreen!

Relieve Stress

Stepping away from city living for a while and zip lining through Rotorua’s majestic Redwood forest, watching magnificent whales and swim through the oceans, and stargazing beneath the Southern Alps are incredible reminders of what life is really about.

Enhance Your Sleep Quality

With so much to see we’re sure that as soon as your head hits your pillow, you’ll be out like a light. We’d apologise, but we’re not sorry. And we can’t take all the credit. Sunlight also helps to regulate the body’s production of melatonin, which helps to keep your internal clock in check and contributes to a great night’s sleep!

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