10 days campervanning around the South Island of New Zealand

New Zealand’s South Island has some of the most rugged natural beauty of anywhere in the world with world famous sites such as the fjords of Milford Sound, the Frans Joseph and Fox glaciers, and the adrenaline sports of Queenstown, yet is also super accessible by road and very compact to get around.  The combination of these factors makes it one of the most appealing places for a roadtrip and I’ve listed below a great 10 day itinerary to get the best of the island

Bungy jumping the Thrillogy in Queenstown

If you’re going to bungy jump, you may as well do it in style at the home of commercial bungy jumping and with some of the most sensational views you could imagine.  Queenstown offers the first ever commercial bungy jump site at Kawarau Bridge with its 43m / 151ft fall towards the icy waters of the Kawarau River below; the bungy swing which may only be 47m / 154ft but swings far above Queenstown so it feels like you’re throwing yourself off 500m; and finally the big one – the Nevis at 134m / 440ft with 8 seconds of free fall and the former title holder of tallest bungy jump in the world.  Package them all together and you have The Thrillogy – wonderfully terrifying . . . not for the faint hearted . . . and an unmissable experience


AJ Hackett Company is the group you need to go for