As part of the hot air ballooning experience in New Zealand, you can immaculately self-indulge in having a bottle of champagne for breakfast. New Zealand offers you a sea of opportunities for getting involved in things that you may never have done till date. A glimpse of the morning sunrise while drifting away gently in a balloon brings to mind certain adage. You are suddenly surrounded by synonymous words like peace, tranquility, harmony, serenity and calm. As you soar to greater heights in the balloon, you become aware of the Southern Alps on the horizon and the plain land below.
As the great nation of New Zealand starts to roll out the red carpet for welcoming cricket enthusiasts, there is all likelihood for fans of this popular game to come down for the matches but being bereft of adventures. New Zealand which is co-hosting the ICC World Cup in February-March, 2015 is a happening place for air, bridges and hillsides, water and caves and roads. This wonderful country was discovered by a traveler named Kupe according to ancient lore.
Your guide to the ICC World Cup in New Zealand
The national game during summer time in New Zealand is that of cricket. It is the co-host for the 40th anniversary of the event along with neighboring arch rivals, Australia. The matches will be held between 14 February and 29 March. All the top 14 ODI teams which include title-holders India, will be pitched up against one another across seven cities in New Zealand’s turf. These places are Auckland, Napier, Nelson, Dunedin (in South Island), Hamilton, Wellington (in North Island) and Christchurch.
About New Zealand
New Zealand is a safe haven for seeking adventure holidays. You have a wide variety of options available ranging from hot-air ballooning to jet boating at Christchurch. One can think about black water rafting at the Waitomo Gloworm Caves to spending a day at the Hobbiton Movie Set which is a very famous attraction in Hamilton. A meal, specially a breakfast at Hamilton Gardens is a peaceful experience.
An adrenaline rush can be felt from sky jumping from the tallest building in New Zealand or sky walking at a height of 192 meters above Auckland, with absolutely no barrier! For food lovers, there is a fiesta at Elephant Hill in Hawke’s Bay.