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Everything about this hiking adventure was excellent.
Our guide Linda was just brilliant and the hikes we did were varied, interesting and challenging and the group were just the best fun ever. I would highly recommend it.
— Chris ★★★★★
Wow. What a trip!
The friendly atmosphere was brilliant within the group while our guides hospitality, knowledge and relaxed nature made an already brilliant adventure even more memorable. The sights you see, people you meet and knowledge you gain was invaluable to me and I’m sure the others in my group also. What a way to test your limits or just enjoy what nature has to offer
— Mia ★★★★★

New Zealand is divided into two parts, the North and South island. The South island is one of the world´s top destinations for adventure tourism and Queenstown is a major centre for snow sports. Also, the first commercial bungee jump was a 43 metre leap off the Kawarau Bridge in 1988.  

The Blue Lake in Nelson Lakes National Park has been given the official stamp of the clearest water in the world with a recorded visibility of up to 80 meters (260 ft). You can admire the beauty of it, but unfortunately you can´t take a dip in it as it is both sacred and the local water supply.

And the North island is just as exciting, but different, with more city life. Like the capital Wellington and the far bigger Auckland, home to Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person to climb Mount Everest (1953).

On this island you also visit Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakitanatahu, which is a hill. It´s not especially high, but the proud owner of the longest place name in the world.

Kiwis are proud to have done a number of firsts. They were the first to give women the right to vote (1893). They were the first to elect a transgender Member of Parliament. And kiwis are lucky to be the first in the world to greet each new day first.