Bungee Jumping New Zealand Queenstown

Top 5 Extreme Activities in New Zealand

New Zealand is home to adventure tourism, and is pretty much a thrill seeker’s playground. We’re actually heading to Auckland in a few days, and while not as adrenaline-filled as Queenstown, we are still quite excited to do a couple of these heart-racing activities.

Here are the most extreme activities that you can do in New Zealand.

1. Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jumping New Zealand Queenstown

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For sure the most heart stopping thing I’ve ever done, bungee jumping is pretty much what Queenstown, New Zealand is known for. They have the most creative jumps; sit on a chair and get kicked off, have them cut you off a rope, or even fall off with bucket on your head! And the highest bungee jump in NZ? 440 feet!

2. SkyJumpSkyJump Auckland New Zealand

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If you’re in Auckland city, fall 629 feet off of the famous Sky Tower for the ultimate rush of your life. Base jump by wire and brag about falling from the tallest man-made structure in New Zealand.

3. White Water Rafting

White Water Rafting New Zealand Rotorua

While NZ is known for their black water tubing adventures, a more heart fast paced activity is white water rafting! NZ even has the highest commercially rafted waterfall in the world – 22 feet!

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4. Zorbing

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If you’re looking for a different type of thrilling activity, try out zorbing! Nothing like rolling down a hill in a giant plastic ball right?

5. Skydiving

Skydiving New Zealand

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One of the most memorable experiences of my life, I would love to be able to experience New Zealand’s beautiful country from the sky.

Any other favorite thrilling activities in New Zealand?

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