New Zealand Outdoors & Recreation

New Zealand Outdoors & Recreation

​New Zealand is truly blessed when it comes to outdoor pursuits, the land mass being compact it draws all the outdoor activities into a small area. The central North island is such a place within 2 hrs of any point you can fly fish in the mighty Tongariro river, hunt a stag in the many forests that abound the area, hop on a boat in Whakatane and be game fishing within a short distance of the coastline, jump on a mountain bike in Rotorua, go skiing on Mount Ruapahu or camping and hiking in the Tongariro National Park.

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