For active holidays in New Zealand: go on naughty water sport excursions!

If you love water sports, you will surely enjoy the following activities.

Kayak and Boating
You can't beat sea kayaking in the sounds of Abel Tasman and Marlborough when it comes to crystal clear waters, incredible landscapes and wildlife encounters with seals, dolphins and penguins. Some local suppliers include: Abel Tasman Kayaks and Marlborough Sounds Adventure Company. Maybe you are new to kayaking; Why not learn from professionally trained guides before enjoying a rowing trip? The New Zealand kayak school offers a variety of courses for beginners, intermediate and advanced.

If surfing is your passion, you will enjoy the benefit of the sparsely populated waves, the beautiful landscapes and a fantastic selection of beach breaks, bars on the river, jumps at the points and on the reefs. Popular surf spots include Raglan, Taranaki, Christchurch and Dunedin. Have you ever surfed before? Fear not, there are many surf schools and instructors located in the surf regions of New Zealand. New Zealand Surf Tours based in Auckland offers tours of 1 to 12 days and lessons with coaches endorsed by Surfing New Zealand.

Whitewater Rafting
Enjoy the emotions and spills of whitewater rafting. It is adventure at its best, an incredible holiday activity for those looking for adrenaline. Rafting providers offer a wide range of tours that vary in intensity and duration. A great family or small group option that will surely make your blood pump. The most beloved companies include Wet & # 39; n & # 39; Wild rafting in Rotorua and Queenstown Rafting on the South Island of New Zealand.

– Salmon fly fishing and freshwater trout is recognized worldwide in New Zealand. Local suppliers serve novice and professional fishermen with a variety of tourism options. The most popular fly fishing operators include Fishing in New Zealand and Baywest Fishing Charters in Taupo, located on the north central island. Further south, Back Country Trout offers fly fishing trips in mystically alpine environments, located in Fairlie, on the central south island of New Zealand.

– Saltwater fishing and big game fishing are popular coastal sports in New Zealand, with surf casting, rock fishing and fishing boat trips with freight all available options. Exceptional places for sport fishing fishermen include the east coast of the North Island, such as the Bay of Islands, Whakatane and Tutukaka. A variety of catches depending on their location includes snapper, king fish, tuna, marlin and swordfish. Blue Sea Charters is a local supplier in the Bay of Islands.

Active travelers to New Zealand can expect to find an unlimited variety of water-related activities, attractions and outdoor activities while exploring our magnificent country.