Heliskiing holds a perception that you need to be an alpine-adventure-extremist-junkie. Is heliskiing is on your bucket list? You’ve always wanted to try it, but you don’t think your good enough? Here is how good you need to be to heliski!
Heli-skiing is exhilarating – long runs, no people and perfect powder. Snow trails aren’t groomed that means there won’t be hard packed snow, that requires a shift in equipment and technique from resort skiing. Heli-skiing is a perfect introduction into skiing powder and will be as extreme or gentle as you make it. Here is what you can expect from your first heli-ski run!
To raise money for Lymphoma Cancer Research, on the 24th of April we’re taking Verve (and his daughter Bella) on the biggest Queenstown adventure you could possibly fit into one day – Verve’s Carpe Diem.
He’ll be skydiving, canyon swinging, bungy jumping, gondola riding, luge steering – you name it. And we’ll do our best to share the action as it happens.
Food is an expression of culture – traditional cuisine is passed through generations and is a means of cultural identity. New Zealand offers a unique hybrid of heart warming comfort food, with a strong focus on meat, poultry, seafood and seasonal vegetables, combined with the indigenous cooking styles of Māori. Here are 10 of our national delicacies!
Travelling to a new country can be daunting when your daily coffee routine is challenged. Luckily, New Zealand, small size but nonetheless wise, is a premium coffee producer and proud founder of the flat white. Here is a list of our popular coffee orders and preferred coffee roasters to keep you grinding!