Bungee Jumping in Auckland Harbor Bridge
It is hard to imagine the Auckland skyline without the iconic Harbor Bridge. Popular as one of the largest bridges in New Zealand, Harbor Bridge attracts swarms of tourists across the world every year. Recently this beautiful landmark has been transformed into one of the biggest playgrounds for those who love the adrenaline rush. You can climb on top of this iconic landmark to get a spectacular view and also jump from it after attaching yourself to a Bungee Cord. The ticket price for this experience ranges from $120 to $150, depending on the activity and day you choose. You can check the official website for more information.
Sky Jump from Sky Tower.
Catch sight of a Whale at the New Zealand Maritime Museum
The New Zealand Maritime Museum is located in proximity to the Viaduct Harbor and houses various exhibitions about New Zealand’s maritime history. Aucklanders are especially proud of their history and deeply connected with the sea, and the Maritime Museum helps visitors explore this unique bond. The Museum has an extensive collection of artifacts, ranging from Maori canoes to European ships and a replica of Captain James Cook’s ship. The major exhibitions also include photographs by renowned photographer Geoff Dale, and replicas of voyaging vessels. The Museum offers five luxury cruises for sailing the waters of Hauraki Gulf Marine Park. If you are lucky, you might catch a glimpse of whales, dolphins, or penguins.
Wine Tasting on Waiheke Island
Waiheke Island is one of the favorite destinations of both Aucklanders and visitors alike, and for a good reason. This scenic island is rich with world-class wineries, the most picturesque beaches, and diners with spectacular ocean views. Tourists can learn all about wine in one of the 30 wineries and boutique vineyards spread across the island. There is plenty of day-long itineraries of wine tasting available on this island. Tourists who have had enough of wining and dining can pursue other activities such as Kayaking and Hiking. You can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the island through a network of walking trails spread across the island leading through nature reserves.
Climb Lava Caves on Rangitoto Island.
Rangitoto Island in the Hauraki Gulf is a volcanic island and can be reached by a short ferry ride from Auckland. Rangitoto Island boasts some of the best hiking trails in Auckland, tantalizing visitors with picturesque views. Covered in lava fields, this island is home to some of the most visited Lava Caves. If you are visiting Auckland, climbing one of these lava caves is a must-do activity. These caves are only 15 minutes away from the Rangitoto summit, and visitors can take a brisk walk after enjoying the scenic views from the summit.