A handy guide to some of the new attractions that have popped up since the pandemic stopped travel to New Zealand.
This is one of the most exhilarating landscapes in all of New Zealand, a series of valleys that drowned when the sea rose at the end of the last Ice Age.
Hotel guests can step into suite slippers without one pang of environmental guilt.
Of course, if time allows you to take on both main islands, do it – they are equally packed with unforgettable experiences.
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From the company that introduced 'black water rafting' to the world comes a ziplining experience in an underground cave you'll never forget.
Hard hit by the pandemic, some of New Zealand's luxury lodges have turned to letting guests set their own rates, hoping to entice guests.
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Nature rules in New Zealand, and its proud locals will guide you around the best spots of this adventure sport capital; for they invented crazy activities such as black water rafting in caves lit by glow worms and flying through canyons on zip wires. You can also enjoy tramping over rolling green hills or active volcanoes, skiing at world-famous Queenstown or perhaps floating through the breathtaking Milford Sound.