New zealand

  1. Explore Fiordland National Park, home to stunning fiords like Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound.
  2. Visit the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, including geysers, hot springs, and mud pools.
  3. Take a scenic drive along the Great Ocean Road on the South Island.
  4. Experience the adrenaline rush of bungee jumping in Queenstown.
  5. Hike the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, one of New Zealand's most famous day hikes.
  6. Discover the beauty of Abel Tasman National Park with its golden beaches and turquoise waters.
  7. Cruise through the Marlborough Sounds and sample the region's world-renowned wines.
  8. Visit Hobbiton Movie Set and immerse yourself in the world of Middle-earth.
  9. Explore the vibrant city of Auckland, including its iconic Sky Tower and waterfront.
  10. Take a helicopter tour over Franz Josef Glacier or Fox Glacier.
  11. Go whale watching in Kaikoura and spot sperm whales, dolphins, and seals.
  12. Explore the Waitomo Glowworm Caves and marvel at the luminescent glowworms.
  13. Relax in the natural hot pools of Hanmer Springs.
  14. Take a scenic train journey on the TranzAlpine Railway through the Southern Alps.
  15. Visit the Maori cultural center of Te Puia in Rotorua.
  16. Go kayaking or sailing in the Bay of Islands.
  17. Explore the picturesque town of Wanaka and its surrounding mountains.
  18. Visit the historic town of Russell, the first capital of New Zealand.
  19. Go skiing or snowboarding in Queenstown or Wanaka during the winter months.
  20. Take a scenic flight over Aoraki/Mount Cook, New Zealand's highest peak.
  21. Explore the art galleries and cafes of Wellington, the capital city.
  22. Visit the stunning beaches of the Coromandel Peninsula.
  23. Go jet boating on the Shotover River near Queenstown.
  24. Hike the Kepler Track or the Routeburn Track, two of New Zealand's Great Walks.
  25. Explore the vibrant street art scene in Christchurch.
  26. Go surfing at Raglan, one of the best surf spots in the country.
  27. Visit the historic town of Arrowtown and try your luck gold panning.
  28. Take a scenic cruise on Lake Wakatipu aboard the historic TSS Earnslaw steamship.
  29. Explore the glowworm caves at Waipu Cave or Kawiti Caves.
  30. Go mountain biking in the Whakarewarewa Forest near Rotorua.
  31. Visit the Auckland War Memorial Museum to learn about New Zealand's history.
  32. Go birdwatching on Stewart Island/Rakiura, home to native species like the kiwi.
  33. Explore the stunning landscapes of Mount Cook National Park.
  34. Visit the Weta Workshop in Wellington and see behind the scenes of movie magic.
  35. Take a scenic drive along the Forgotten World Highway in the North Island.
  36. Go white-water rafting on the Kaituna River near Rotorua.
  37. Visit the volcanic landscapes of Tongariro National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  38. Explore the charming town of Akaroa on the Banks Peninsula.
  39. Go horse trekking in the high country near Glenorchy.
  40. Visit the Franz Josef Glacier Hot Pools for a relaxing soak.
  41. Explore the coastal walkways and marine reserves of the Kaikoura Peninsula.
  42. Take a guided tour of the Waitangi Treaty Grounds and learn about New Zealand's founding document.
  43. Visit the Otago Peninsula and see rare wildlife like albatross and yellow-eyed penguins.
  44. Explore the wine regions of Hawke's Bay and Martinborough.
  45. Go caving in the limestone formations of the West Coast.
  46. Visit the International Antarctic Centre in Christchurch for an immersive polar experience.
  47. Take a scenic helicopter flight over the Southern Alps and Fiordland.
  48. Explore the historic village of Oamaru and its famous Victorian architecture.
  49. Go fishing for trout or salmon in the rivers and lakes of New Zealand.
  50. Visit the Art Deco city of Napier and take a guided tour of its heritage buildings.
  51. Go canyoning in the rugged landscapes of the Routeburn Canyon.
  52. Explore the vibrant Saturday market in the town of Nelson.
  53. Take a scenic cruise on Lake Taupo to see the Maori rock carvings.
  54. Visit the Hamilton Gardens and explore its themed garden collections.
  55. Go snorkeling or diving in the marine reserves of the Poor Knights Islands.
  56. Explore the underground world of the Ruakuri Cave near Waitomo.
  57. Visit the Nelson Lakes National Park for hiking, kayaking, and birdwatching.
  58. Go mountain climbing or ice climbing in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park.
  59. Explore the coastal town of Tauranga and its stunning beaches.
  60. Take a guided tour of the historic Larnach Castle in Dunedin.
  61. Go horse riding on the black sand beaches of the West Coast.
  62. Visit the Cape Reinga lighthouse and witness the meeting of the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean.
  63. Explore the vineyards and cellar doors of the Gibbston Valley wine region.
  64. Take a scenic flight over the Southern Lakes region, including Lake Wanaka and Lake Hawea.
  65. Visit the Royal Albatross Centre on the Otago Peninsula and see the world's only mainland breeding colony of royal albatross.
  66. Go mountain biking in the Whanganui National Park.
  67. Explore the coastal walkway in New Plymouth and admire the iconic Len Lye Wind Wand.
  68. Visit the historic mining town of Arrowtown and explore its Chinese settlement.
  69. Go kayaking or paddleboarding on Lake Pukaki with views of Aoraki/Mount Cook.
  70. Explore the rugged landscapes of the Catlins Coast in the South Island.
  71. Take a guided tour of the Zealandia Sanctuary in Wellington and see native wildlife in their natural habitat.
  72. Visit the Tiritiri Matangi Island bird sanctuary and see rare and endangered species.
  73. Explore the geothermal wonders of Orakei Korako near Taupo.
  74. Go fly fishing in the rivers and streams of New Zealand.
  75. Take a scenic drive through the Mackenzie Basin and visit the Church of the Good Shepherd at Lake Tekapo.
  76. Visit the historic village of Russell and explore its colonial-era buildings.
  77. Go birdwatching in the predator-free sanctuary of Kapiti Island.
  78. Take a guided tour of the Waitomo Ruakuri Cave and experience the glowworms up close.
  79. Explore the coastal town of Whakatane and take a boat tour to White Island, an active marine volcano.
  80. Go rock climbing in the limestone cliffs of Paynes Ford near Takaka.
  81. Visit the New Zealand Maritime Museum in Auckland and learn about the country's maritime heritage.
  82. Explore the scenic beauty of the Marlborough Wine Region by bike or on foot.
  83. Take a guided tour of the Otari-Wilton's Bush native botanic garden in Wellington.
  84. Visit the Shantytown Heritage Park near Greymouth and experience life in a 19th-century gold-mining town.
  85. Explore the vibrant arts and crafts scene in the town of Kerikeri.
  86. Go stargazing in one of New Zealand's Dark Sky Reserves, such as Aoraki/Mount Cook or Great Barrier Island.
  87. Take a scenic flight over the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers for breathtaking aerial views.
  88. Visit the Pukaha Mount Bruce National Wildlife Centre and see native birds like kiwi and kaka.
  89. Explore the coastal town of Whitianga and visit nearby Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach.
  90. Go snorkeling or diving in the marine reserves of the Abel Tasman National Park.
  91. Take a guided tour of the Tane Mahuta, New Zealand's largest kauri tree, in the Waipoua Forest.
  92. Explore the Waitomo Aranui Cave and see stalactites, stalagmites, and other limestone formations.
  93. Visit the historic town of Greytown and browse its boutique shops and cafes.
  94. Go windsurfing or kiteboarding in the sheltered waters of Raglan Harbour.
  95. Take a scenic drive through the Coromandel Peninsula and visit Hot Water Beach and Cathedral Cove.
  96. Explore the picturesque town of Arrowtown and take a guided tour of its gold-mining history.
  97. Go horse trekking in the remote high country of the South Island.
  98. Visit the Otago Museum in Dunedin and learn about the natural and cultural history of the region.
  99. Explore the volcanic landscapes of Whakaari/White Island on a guided tour.
  100. Relax and unwind in the natural hot pools of Hanmer Springs.