With the success of Ethan Hunt’s (Tom Cruise) latest adventure in Mission Impossible – Fallout, travel experts at New Zealand In Depth have developed a new itinerary combining the luxury and adrenaline fuelled adventure worthy of the blockbuster film franchise, taking guests through similar locations used for filming across the country’s South Island.
With adventure on the water, land and in the air, this itinerary offers everything to make you feel like an international spy. Including a ‘Ziptrek’ zipline tour and Wild Wire climbing experience, jet boating, and even a bungee jump for those brave enough. The new itinerary has been created to make guests feel like a member of IMF (Impossible Mission Force) around which the big screen blockbuster is based.
To add luxury, and a little more adrenaline, the new itinerary will also see guests explore the waters and skies above Fiordland National Park the same region used for the final section of the latest film, with an overnight on the MV Southern Secret boat and a flight over the Sounds in a helicopter – however on the new adventure, guests will not be chased by an internationally renowned evil villain!
Guests traveling on the new adventure could even find themselves being flown by Alfie Speight who was flying the second helicopter in the dramatic chase sequence at the film’s conclusion.
Available year round, and lasting nine days, the new travel opportunity launched this week can be arranged as a standalone itinerary, or as part of a wider New Zealand trip. Suitable for those over 18 years it is recommended for guests with a sense of adventure.
New Zealand In Depth’s Paul Carberry added; “Our guests always expect the best, and although this itinerary does include a sense of adventure, it is not without the comfort and luxury afforded by our handpicked accommodation.”
Available through New Zealand In Depth, an 9-day trip costs from £4,400 per person. This includes 8 night’s accommodation in luxury lodges, car hire, cruise on Milford Sound, jet boat trip and helicopter flight over Fiordland National Park.