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Top things to do in New Zealand for solo travellers

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New Zealand is a paradise for solo travellers who would like to experience the great outdoors. With a focus on nature conservation and small-scale locally owned companies, we have personally found the best activities in New Zealand.

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Hop aboard a traditional war canoe. Taste a traditional ‘hangi’. Spot the iconic Kiwi bird. Wander through ancient rainforests. Go Stargazing. Be mesmerized by flickering glowworms. At a relaxed pace, discover the local treasures.

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10 of our best easy-going activities for solo travellers

On the rugged West Coast of the South Island lives a local legend. In the depths of Awakari Valley, you will spend… read more

Stewart Island is situated 30-kilometres south of the South Island - across the Foveaux Strait and is New… read more

An overnight cruise into the Doubtful Sound is simply breathtaking. Wake up to absolute calm and experience… read more

Jump on board a marine research vessel at Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour and get ready to spot wildlife in the Hauraki… read more

Are you a wildlife enthusiast? Be amazed by the variety of wildlife and rugged beauty of the Otago Peninsula… read more

Be entertained by playful and acrobatic dolphins in Kaikoura. A bucket list activity and an experience you won’t… read more

"One of my favourite regions has to be the Marlborough Sounds. It's a great alternative to the Abel Tasman region."

Kieran, Travel specialist

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