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An International Student’s Guide to the Kiwi Adventure

An International Student’s Guide to the Kiwi Adventure

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An International Student’s Guide to the Kiwi Adventure

Apart from the high standards of education, New Zealand is also one of the most breathtakingly beautiful countries on the planet. Its scenic beauty entices not only international students from all over the world but also tourists looking for outdoor adventures.

Hailed as the adventure capital of the world, New Zealand offers many thrilling sports and fun excursions. The country is a portal of limitless outdoor activities, from mountain trekking to extreme watersports.

Ready to embark on the Kiwi adventure? Here is a quick guide to New Zealand adventures for international students featuring fun sports to do in Queenstown and other parts of New Zealand:

Bungee Jumping

Bungee jumping remains one of New Zealand’s most celebrated attractions, tempting many travellers to partake in the adrenaline-pumping activity. 

You can try bungee jumping on the Kawarau Bridge, where the very first commercial bungee jumping took place. But if you’re feeling much braver, you can bungee jump on the Nevis, New Zealand’s highest jump at 134 meters. 

Water Rafting

New Zealand has a lot of sensational precipices and canyons, making it an ideal spot to enjoy a little wilderness. Water rafting can be a daunting encounter, but it’s worth every shot.

If you’re not experienced in water rafting, don’t stress—they have different grades of rafting for beginners to more advanced rafters. 

Skydiving

Skydiving gives you the best view of New Zealand’s astounding landscape. This signature adventure sport is definitely not for the faint-hearted.

Experienced professionals would guide you on your great plunge from the sky. Skydiving is a remarkable way to absorb the country’s beauty from the clouds. 

Ziplining

To balance the extreme adrenaline rush, you can try less-intense activities like ziplining. With this activity, you can enjoy New Zealand’s extraordinary forests and spectacular nature. 

Ziplining is a very famous activity but trying it out in New Zealand is a whole new experience. You can even pair up with a friend to fly across the wonderful ziplines. 

Caving

New Zealand’s captivating charms also go beyond ground level. Underneath all the dramatic landscape, the country has beautiful caves for exploration.

If you want to take caving a step further, you can try Black Water Caving. You won’t explore the cave on foot, you’ll do it by riding an inner tube on an underground river. 

Island Tour

There are two main islands in New Zealand: North Island and South Island. Want to experience the unique and uncovered beauty of the country’s islands?  Spend a day on an island tour.

You can embark on a day tour on the White Island or try other smaller yet accessible islands in the country.

Being an international student in New Zealand, you’ll have the chance to see the beauty of the country while learning. After all, you deserve to have some fun after studying hard in school.

New Zealand offers many adventures to students and tourists alike. Read more of our stories here at MSMUnify to learn more about fun activities for international students in New Zealand. 

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