New Zealand Tours – Laid-Back to Adrenaline Junkie

New Zealand tours can be found to cater to the entire spectrum of travelers, from the most laid-back vacationer; to the adrenaline junkie that’s seeking nonstop excitement, and something for every type in between. Located in the south-western Pacific Ocean, this beautiful country boasts the perfect climate to encourage tourism. Though lacking a large range in temperature, the weather can change rather unexpectedly- tropical cyclones or even a cold front may move in quickly, something to keep in mind if you will be hiking or something outdoors. The temperatures are mild, with moderately high rainfall yet many hours of sunshine. The youngest country on earth is sure to have something for everyone. There are two categories to keep in mind when searching for the best New Zealand tours that will fit your needs, Escorted or Independent. If you are looking for a more regimented vacation, then the escorted tour experience will be right up your alley. Whether you’re into hiking, hunting, biking or kayaking, or you’re more keen on the culture and history – if you have a lot of time or a little- you can spend anywhere from three days to twenty-one days or more, taking in all the jaw-dropping beauty that New Zealand has to offer.

New Zealand is comprised of two main islands. The North Island and the South Island span 103,735sq mi, offering everything you can imagine for its visitors. The landscape alone is a wonderful journey of exploration awaiting your discovery! Where else can you travel and see active volcanoes, snow capped mountains, fiords and glaciers, lush rain forests and sandy beaches in one place? There are a wide variety of New Zealand tours available that will bring you up close to all this and more. Many cultural experiences and excursions are available to visitors and we are sure you will find more than a few New Zealand tours to suit your needs!

New Zealand has tons of family friendly activities, and boasts twenty-nine theme and leisure parks. Your choices are many with Rainbow’s End theme park in Auckland for the roller coaster enthusiast and the Willowbank Wildlife refuge in Christchurch for the animal lovers. While in Owaka in the Southland region, equestrians may want to spend the day on a horse trek with Te Taunga Adventures, riding along the picturesque beaches or through the native forest. Yet another activity to add to your list for the dedicated adrenaline seekers, try Heliskiing or Rappelling in several locations throughout the different regions. Be sure to check out some of the world class golf courses and knock a few balls or visit one of the many museums to learn a little history or add some culture to your trip. Whether you’re interested in an independent or guided tour, it does not matter if you are with a group or alone! One thing is for certain, you will not have a problem finding something to do – the problem will be what will you do first!


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