New Zealand is a small country of two islands with rolling hills and wonderfully friendly people. However, they have one thing that you wouldn't expect of a country so far away from the rest of the world. They are crazy for adrenaline activities and adventure!

And they want you to try a few whilst you are visiting. There are more adrenaline activities in New Zealand than just your Bungy jumping and skydiving. Here we give you a different mix of out of your comfort zone crazy adventures.

You can go Jet boating, which is around 30 minutes of adrenaline, just enough to get you screaming with laughter and make you wobbly on your feet for the rest of the day. The ideal activity to push your limits, whilst remaining safely strapped in. Either on the foam of Taupo's Haka Falls or through the canyon of the Shotover river, jet boating can be just the energy rush you need! 

You can try White Water Rafting. Sailing peacefully down a river one minute and being thrust into wild white water the next. This thrilling day out can take your group to the next level as you navigate world class rapids. 

Canyoning in New Zealand takes the beginner to full on adrenaline junky in just a few hours. As you jump off cliffs into the abyss below or abseil down pumping waterfalls you will experience the feeling of being at one with nature and at one with yourself. 

Get your blood pumping with our variety of adrenaline attractions and activities!

Visit 4 Ski fields

6 Day Ski and Snow from Christchurch to Queenstown tour

Perfect one week South Island trip skiing up to 4 different fields while showing you winter highlights that you don’t want to miss!

Jump aboard and take off with us as we take you to the must-see highlights of South Island on this epic snow adventure. We offer the best of both worlds giving you the opportunity to ski or snowboard at up to 4 different fields while showing you the best winter locations in New Zealand.

As you cruise, see dolphins swim and jump in synchronized harmony

Discover The Bay Cruise

Cruising through the bay's 144 magnificent islands - most of which are classified as recreation reserves.

Join us for an epic cruising adventure in the pristine natural environment of the spectacular Bay of Islands. You will spot wildlife in abundance on this cruise - Dolphins, Whales, Orcas and lots of bird life. Start and finish in Paihia the gateway to the Bay of Islands.

Skydive over Queenstown

Skydive Queenstown

Face your fears! Book your Skydive over Queenstown today!

Take to the skies with a skydive over Queenstown! Skydive in Queenstown and freefall from up to 15000ft over spectacular lakes and mountains. The best tandem skydiving in New Zealand

Enjoy a 2 hour cruise on Milford Sound

Milford Sound Cruise from Milford Sound

Take a relaxed 2 hour cruise on Milford Sound

Milford Sound is one of the must-see destinations in New Zealand. Tick one of NZ’s iconic destinations off your bucket list this year. Free food, beanbags, rip-roaring crew, wildlife, nature, free shower*... what else could you need? #ENOUGHSAID

Enjoy the beaches of the North Island of New Zealand

12 Day Auckland to Christchurch Comfort Tour

Get to know some of the most stunning parts of the North Island – and get a peek at some of the perks of the South Island too on this 12-day tour.

Kicking off in Auckland, New Zealand’s biggest city, and wrapping up in Christchurch on Day 12, this the experience of a lifetime. From cultural activities to adrenaline-pumping adventures to sights you’ll have to see to believe, our comfort tours are the way to see Aotearoa New Zealand.

Stay in Tongariro National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Area.

20 Day Auckland to Christchurch Comfort Tour

Travel Auckland to Christchurch on our comfort tour add on as many optional adrenalin activities as you can fit in all whilst exploring beautiful New Zealand.

We kick off in Auckland and 20 days later we wave goodbye in Christchurch. Along the way you’ll get to see some of the most breathtaking scenery New Zealand has to offer. This includes national parks, rainforests, hidden pools, UNESCO World Heritage Areas, and probably more beaches than you have toes.