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New Zealand

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  • Pohutu Geyser

    Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand

    The largest geyser in the southern hemisphere, it reliably ‘erupts’ up to twenty times per day, sending hissing jets of sulphurous steam up to 30m (100 feet) into the air.

    Best for ages: 6+ | £35 | 1 night

  • White-water rafting on the Shotover River

    Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand

    Adrenaline-pumping white-water rafting for scaredy cats and daredevils, with guaranteed thrills and spills aplenty. Choose either the grade 2-3 rapids of the Kawarau River, or the grade 3-5 rapids of the Shotover River.

    Best for ages: 13+ | £105 | 4-5 hours

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  • Marlborough Wine Region

    Blenheim, South Island, New Zealand

    New Zealand’s largest, prettiest and most celebrated wine region boasting over 80+ intimate, welcoming wineries.

    Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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  • Bungy jump off the Kawarau Bridge

    Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand

    The original bunjy jump, from a 43m-high bridge over the Kawarau River, plus valley swings and human catapult experiences alongside. Adrenaline rush guaranteed and spectacular scenery to boot.

    Best for ages: 10+ | £100 | 4-5 hours

  • Woman staring out to a landscape from a hot spring thermal pool

    Natural spas and hot springs in New Zealand’s North Island

    North Island, New Zealand

    New Zealand sits on a geothermal fault line, making it prime country for bubbling, geothermal hot springs ­known in Maori as waiariki. Although found across both islands, the Central Plateau region of the North Island, underlain by the Taupo Volcanic Zone, is particularly good, especially near Rotorua.

    Best for ages: 8+ | Free

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