New Zealand is a land of adventure. The island is surrounded by raging waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea. The active volcanoes of the North Island build new landscapes, eroded by heavy rain and strong wind storms. Sitting at the top of the border between the Pacific and Australia tectonic plates, the island is shaken by frequent earthquakes. The ascending peaks are among the highest in Oceania. The New Zealand landscapes tell the story of their geological past, revealing the origin of plant and animal diversity and the beauty of this part of the globe. Local guides and scientists help us discover the magnificent geology of New Zealand through the exploration of the Bohemian cave system, canyons, and the ascent of some of the highest peaks and volcanoes of the island.