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From Tauranga: Skydive over Mount Maunganui

1. From Tauranga: Skydive over Mount Maunganui

Start your adventure with a flight capturing the breathtaking views of Mount Maunganui and its golden beaches expanding as far as the eye can see. Higher up, you'll be able to see White Island, Mount Ruapehu, the Rotorua Lakes, The Coromandel, and Mount Taranaki. The flight will last 20-25 minutes, so there is plenty of time to take it all in. Once at 12,000 or 15,000 feet in the sky, jump out of the plane on a tandem skydive, falling to the earth at over 200km/hour. After some time to feel the adrenaline as you freefall, enjoy a peaceful parachute ride back to base.

Rotorua: Evening Glow Worm Guided Kayaking Tour

2. Rotorua: Evening Glow Worm Guided Kayaking Tour

Your friendly guide will pick you up and shuttle you from Rotorua past the iconic Redwood forest as you make your way to the shorelines of Lake Okareka. Upon arrival you will gear-up and prepare for an epic night out with all activity equipment provided. Your guide will then run through safety and basic kayak instruction before you take the helm on the water. Explore the shoreline and embrace the weather conditions of the evening as you follow your guide around the lake edge as night sets in. Once it's dark, discover your adventurous side as your guide leads you inside small hidden caves home to galaxies of glow worms. Take ample time to enjoy the magical moments inside the caves before returning to shore If it is a clear night the magic continues as the stars come out and the cloudy appearance of the milky-way fills the sky. Upon returning to the base you will feel like you have been in another world for the past few hours and will likely have made some new friends through the wonder of this experience.

Wellington: Te Awa Kairangi Class 3 Whitewater Rafting Tour

3. Wellington: Te Awa Kairangi Class 3 Whitewater Rafting Tour

Join us on the wilderness grade 3 section of Te Awa Kairangi, this section of the river is a part of a nature reserve that has never been mined or forested. You will get to experience ancient native New Zealand Forest filled with 1200-year-old trees, native birds, and a selection of freshwater fish. We supply lunch, photos, and all the gear you would need to keep you warm, all for one great price! Start the day off at our base of operation in Upper Hutt, Get geared up in our industry approved gear, Head to the top of the river for a safety briefing, Spend the next 2.5 - 3 hours experience New Zealand the way it used to be! You will encounter 10.5 kms of grade 3 rapids, 4+ waterfalls, ancient native trees, native birds and fish, rock jumps, and swimming opportunities. Lunch is provided at the halfway point of the trip (sandwiches, hot drinks, and biscuits), End the trip with a photo viewing to see memories you made! Pickup/Drop-off available for an added cost.

Queenstown: Return Scenic Flight to Mount Cook

4. Queenstown: Return Scenic Flight to Mount Cook

Embark on a breathtaking scenic flight from Queenstown landing at Mount Cook where you can choose how you'd like to spend your day. Start with pickup from selected pickup points in Queenstown. Board the plane at the airfield and enjoy uninterrupted views from your window seat of a fixed-wing aircraft as you fly around the summit ridge of Mount Cook; New Zealand's highest mountain standing at 3,724 meters in height. Marvel at the remarkable Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers on the west coast and the Tasman Glacier within Aoraki Mount Cook National Park; the largest glacier in New Zealand. Fly up the spine of the South Island, enjoying panoramic views of Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea on one side and Lake Pukaki, arguably New Zealand’s most beautiful lake, on the other. After landing at Aoraki/Mount Cook Airport on the outskirts of Mount Cook village, you will have up to 5 hours on the ground to explore. Enjoy lunch at The Hermitage Hotel, check out the Sir Edmund Hillary Centre, or walk the Hooker Valley Track. After your time exploring the wonderful surroundings, hop back on the plane for another scenic flight back to Queenstown, with drop-off back at your accommodation.

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Excellent skydive overlooking the beautiful Mount Maunganui! A definite must do experience :)

Would highly recommend. It was amazing and all the staff were wonderful. Fabulous experience.