Excellent Reasons to go to New Zealand

While New Zealand “is an adventure traveler’s paradise with bungee jumping, skydiving and extreme zorbing options galore, you don’t have to be Richard Branson to enjoy it all,” writes Beau Flemister for Grind TV.

In the article Flemister recommends “eight unforgettable activities”:

Abel Tasman National Park

The “oddly sub-tropical wonderland of pristine beaches, azure waters and fairytale islands” on the northwest corner of the South Island is a great place for day hikes, boat tours, kayaking or longer treks throughout the park according to Flemister.

Milford Sound

“Deep down in the mystical, silvery waters of the South Island” Milford Sound offers “one of the most epic views and day tours (by boat) around”.

Waitomo Glowworm Caves

“Go on a 4-hour subterranean excursion involving repelling, zip-lining, hiking, inner-tubing, swimming and sliding — all beneath a constellation of glowworm lights.”

Tongariro Alpine Crossing

The Tongariro Alpine Crossing is “a magnificent day hike through several ecosystems and even an alpine crossing.

Raglan Surf Scene

“A picturesque and groovy little surf town on the west coast of the North Island, Raglan is kind of like NZ’s Santa Cruz.”

To read all of his recommendations please click here.

Article Source: Grind TV, Beau Flemister, October 3, 2016

Image Source: Wikipedia

Tags: Abel Tasman National Park  Grind TV  Milford Sound  New Zealand  Raglan  Tongariro Alpine Crossing  Waitomo Glowworm Caves  

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