In the Pacific Ocean near the South Island of New Zealand, you can watch 50 tons in weight cachalots all year round.NZD 15017
If you're about to go bungy jumping – do it at Kawarau Bridge. The very first commercial bungy jumping was launched here.NZD 19513Kawarau Bridge
Walls in the cave are covered with luminescent bugs that gleam blue.NZD 512Waitomo caves
On a cruise ship you can go close to the waterfall of Milford Sound bay and fill a glass with well-water.NZD 912Milford Sound
Come to Hot Water Beach (on Coromandel peninsula) at low tide (at 7-8am or 8-9pm). Take your shovel or rent one here. Dig the pool close to the ocean to cool 65°C thermal water.FREE0Hot Water Beach
Hundreds of huge spherical boulders about 2 meters in diameter are thrown around Koekohe sand beach - 3,5 kilometers south from Moeraki fishing village.FREE0Koekohe beach
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