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6 ways to spend a day or two in Auckland

6 ways to spend a day or two in Auckland Auckland Harbour Bridge

Famously known as the ‘City of Sails’, Auckland is a world full of joy! A city that caters for everybody: the adventurous, the beach bums, the arts and culture lovers, the foodies and even your inner child – there’s something for everyone. With plenty to see and do in this whimsical city, our local Stray […]

What makes the Glacier Country Kayak Adventure so magical?

What makes the Glacier Country Kayak Adventure so magical?

A unique kayak or stand up paddleboard adventure just minutes from the stunning Franz Josef Glacier. Feel the magic as you settle into your kayak, or hop on your SUP and smoothly glide across Lake Mapourika’s mysterious reflective waters and enjoy the spectacular views of the country.   Here’s 6 reasons we think you should […]

7 Reasons why the Hahei Explorer is the best way to see Cathedral Cove

7 Reasons why the Hahei Explorer is the best way to see Cathedral Cove

Operating since 1992, the Hahei Explorer is a scenic boat trip like no other. You’ll cruise through the Hahei Marine Reserve and travel 14kms along the beautiful coastline. Unique, insightful and unforgettable this tour is not only perfect for snapping those Insta-worthy pics but also discovering the beauty of New Zealand from a different perspective. […]

Thrills and Spills in Queenstown – Jet boating with KJet

Thrills and Spills in Queenstown – Jet boating with KJet KJet

Queenstown is a stunning little town in New Zealand’s South Island, located on beautiful Lake Wakatipu. But there’s nothing sleepy about this scenic lakeside town. Known for its seemingly endless adventure activities with numerous ways to explore the lake and waterways. I always wanted to experience Jet boating and had heard lots of great things […]

10 Mind Blowing Facts About Whales

10 Mind Blowing Facts About Whales

Did you know the blue whale’s heart is the size of a Volkswagen Beetle? The mind boggles. We asked the crew at Wings Over Whales in Kaikoura what makes these mysterious creatures of the deep so special. Having operated scenic whale watching flights for over 20 years, they know some pretty cool facts about whales…

Skydive Abel Tasman: First Skydive in the World on Google Street View

Skydive Abel Tasman: First Skydive in the World on Google Street View Skydive Abel Tasman - World's first skydive on Google Street View

The amazing team at Skydive Abel Tasman had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be the first skydive in the world to be added to Google Street View. Here, they share their behind-the-scenes story of how it all came together…

Set sail this summer in Abel Tasman National Park

Set sail this summer in Abel Tasman National Park Abel Tasman Sailing Adventures - Stray New Zealand

Featuring: Abel Tasman Sailing Adventures The season has certainly gotten off to an awesome start with summer weather arriving early. Bucket loads of sunshine, hot temperatures and steady sea breezes all making for great sailing. Exploring the Abel Tasman National Park under sail is well known for being the most peaceful and relaxing way to […]

Top tips for taking perfect skydive photos

Top tips for taking perfect skydive photos Skydive Bay of Islands tips for perfect skydive photos - Stray NZ

So, you’ve decided to cruise up to 16,500ft and skydive at the warmest and sunniest dropzone in New Zealand… good on ya!  You’ll want to remember this once in a lifetime experience so why not grab one of our camera packages and clue up on these top tips for some epic skydive photos.

The Adrenaline Junkie’s Guide to Queenstown

The Adrenaline Junkie’s Guide to Queenstown

The Stray bus pulls into Queenstown… Stop number 1? The Kawarau Bridge bungy, home of the world’s first commercial bungy jump. The faint sound of screams as people jump, leap, dive or just fall off the platform will greet your ears and mark the beginning of your adventure in NZ’s adrenaline capital.

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