vorite areas, including Queenstown and Taupo.
For Adventure Enthusiasts
The number one reason adventure enthusiasts head to New Zealand is for the sports and activities. Abel Tasman National Park looks like something from another world. It has gorgeous blue waters where you can kayak or canoe and spots that are perfect for swimming and fishing. Bungee jumping originated in New Zealand too, with the first commercial jumps taking place off the Greenhithe Bridge. You can still jump off that bridge today, though you'll find other spots that are great for jumping too.
With Kids or Adults
No matter what type of New Zealand timeshare you buy, you will want to find things to do with kids and adults. The Greenhithe Bridge in Auckland offers amazing views of the water below, even if you don't want to bungee jump.
If you head to South Island, Milford Sound is just as gorgeous and offers plenty of water activities and sports for adults and children. You'll also want to visit Fiordland National Park. Not only can you walk along the Milford Track, but you can also kayak or take a flight to see the park from the sky.
On the North Island, visitors to Rotorua will want to hop on one of the ziplines to see the area in a whole new way. This area is also home to a lake by the same name that allows boating and has some great fishing spots and the Agrodome, which is a working animal farm that offers tours. Once you find the perfect New Zealand timeshare, you can also schedule a tour to wander through the hobbit homes and other popular film and television location areas.
New Zealand Festivals
To make sure that you have the best time ever on your New Zealand timeshare trip, consider looking for festivals that take place during your stay. Wellington hosts an annual film festival near the end of July that includes films from directors across the globe. The Christchurch Arts Festival takes place over the first weekend in August and is the best place to find wonderful local artwork. There are also some great music festivals held each year in New Zealand, including Rhythm and Alps in December and Homegrown in April.