Surviving A Day Of Fun

“In one day I jumped from a bridge, rode at breakneck speeds in a canyon on a jet boat, took a helicopter flight over a mountain range, survived four hours on Class IV white water in a raft (and saved an Englishman’s life), had one of the best grass-fed beef steaks ever grilled with 10 friends, and slept in a hotel suite with French doors that opened to an unbelievable view of a gorgeous lake,” Buzz McClain describes for the Star-Telegram. “I’m not sure there’s another place on the planet you can do all of that — plus more, but I had to save something for the other days — other than in Queenstown, New Zealand.”


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National Geographic On An Epic Drive Through New Zealand

National Geographic On An Epic Drive Through New Zealand

“A nation of warmth and color” is revealed to National Geographic Traveler contributing editor Carrie Miller after an epic road trip from Bluff to Cape Reinga. The National Geographic Traveler feature…