adventurous honeymoon in New Zealand

6 unforgettable adventurous activities for honeymoon in New Zealand

1. Go kayaking on the Shotover River, Queenstown

Go kayaking on the Shotover River, Queenstown 

Queenstown provides hundreds of opportunities for thrill-seekers, and kayaking is probably one of the most picturesque and calming ones. It is the best option to start your adventurous trip: book a 2-person kayak and get acquainted with the beauties of New Zealand with your soulmate.

2. Fly around the Southern Alps on a helicopter

Fly around the Southern Alps on a helicopter

Snowy caps, glaciers, fresh mountain air can really brighten up your New Zealand honeymoon. Just imagine you and your beloved person enjoying breathtaking views from an incredible height together under the immense sky!

3. Spend a day hiking with your spouse in Tongariro National Park

Spend a day hiking with your spouse in Tongariro National Park

Visiting New Zealand, there is no way you can miss an opportunity to walk around those menacing alpines, hardened lava flows, turquoise hot lakes and steaming under-earth vents. It is also a fantastic place to make your romantic couple photo shoot.

4. Walk 25 meters above pristine Rotorua forest

pristine Rotorua forest

Native flora and fauna of New Zealand impress visitors with diversity and richness, but what can impress you even more is an above ground canopy tour through the ancient Rotorua forest. Forest floors are placed 25 meters above the ground, so this trip may count both as nature exploration and slacklining.

5. Bungee jump in tandem from Kawarau Bridge

Kawarau Bridge 

Such an extreme activity will not suit every single couple, but only the most adventurous ones. Kawarau Bridge, which is 43m high, can provide you and your beloved person with an amazing feeling of free fall, and maybe some silver hair too.

6. Explore the underwater world of Milford Sound Marine Reserve

Milford Sound Marine Reserve

There is a huge world hidden from our eyes underwater, and you can literally dive into it in the Milford Sound Marine Reserve. The place has one-of-the-kind environmental conditions, which allowed sharks, octopuses, eels and many other species occupy Milford Sound, so during dive you can face unbelievable sight and creatures.

 

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