Five next level dabs you need to see from New Zealand

Instagrammers travelling around New Zealand have found themselves dabbling in a bit of dabbing.

Instagrammers travelling around New Zealand have found themselves dabbling in a bit of dabbing. New Zealand’s epic landscapes are perfectly suited to this popular dance move that has enjoyed a recent surge in popularity.

From beaches to mountain peaks, dabbers are taking over New Zealand and sharing on social media for the world to see.  

PINNACLES – THE COROMANDEL

 

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The Pinnacles are found in The Coromandel and can be accessed via a one to two day walk from Thames, a truly epic spot for the perfect dab. 

ROYS PEAK - WANAKA

 

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Roys Peak towers above the South Island resort town of Wanaka. For those willing to make the trek the view is stunning, the dab is even better. 

CAPE REINGA


The northern tip of the North Island of New Zealand is where the Tasman Sea meets the Pacific Ocean. There is no better way to honour the clashing of oceans than with a respectful dab. 

NELSON LAKES

The Nelson Lakes National Park has plenty of swimming spots and funnily enough, plenty of spots to bust out a dab. Mid-dive before a refreshing dip is a great opportunity. 

QUEENSTOWN

 

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The trip up the gondola to Skyline Queenstown is a classic New Zealand view. Mountains, lakes, luging and the odd group of people throwing up a dab.