We’ve got no shortage on water in New Zealand! Positioned in between the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea, the slice of land that makes up NZ also abounds with rivers and lakes, and that’s without mentioning the rainfall.
A whole raft of water activities have been developed over the years (excuse the pun!): canoeing and kayaking, jet boating, scenic cruises, white and black water rafting, swimming with the dolphins and sailing to name just a few. Kiwis have a close and harmonious relationship with the water and taking part in one of these activities will allow you to share their experience and come away with some great memories.
Once again the operators in the tourism industry are strictly regulated so you can be assured of safely undertaking the activity of your choice.
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Have fun on this easy two hour kayak safari, to photograph the royal spoonbill and find out more about the other birds of this wetland habitat.Find out more
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The organisation by OUAT was excellent, communication was brilliant, facilities on the Milford Track were of a high standard and Hippo Lodge in Queenstown was very good value. W... - John Dalli, AustraliaRead all reviews