Come – Explore Queenstown, New Zealand.
The best way to describe this beautiful lake town is it is a natural playground for all ages, from taking it easy to bungy jumping, from bbq on the lakefront to fine dining, from jet boating to skyline gondola, from skiing the slopes to sipping wine by the fire. Whatever takes your fancy.
You will find Queenstown sitting on the shores of the South Island’s Lake Wakatipu. The third largest lake in New Zealand, 379 meters deep, which means the lake bed sits below sea level. Most interesting fact about this lake is that five rivers flow into the Lake, but only one river (Kawarau) flows out.
Queenstown has an amazingly vibrant energy. I felt so energized here in Queenstown. The fresh air, the cold crisp mornings, the beautiful mountain ranges, the still water reflecting the moon at night. When you hear people say natural, I bet it does not get any more natural than Queenstown.
Things you can do while in Queenstown, New Zealand
Fly around the exhilarating luge course high above Queenstown, and enjoy majestic views of the local landscape.
For thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies alike, embark on a high-octane ride deep into the narrow canyons of the fast-moving Shotover River on this heart-pounding jet boat adventure
Experience some of the most striking natural scenery that New Zealand has to offer with a boat cruise on Lake Wakatipu to Mount Nicholas.
Discover how the cold climate of Central Otago lends itself so ideally to producing wine on this fascinating tour. By visiting four wineries, sampling their vintages, and learning more about the history of grape growing, you get a holistic picture of one of the world’s leading wine regions.
Spend half a day exploring the stunning scenery of Lake Wakatipu and its surroundings, including the Remarkables mountain range and Mount Nicholas. This combination catamaran trip and cycling adventure.
Enjoy an exciting adventure on the Kawarau River, whose gentle current and sparkling waters will impress you.
Comprised of three zip lines, allowing for singles or tandems, up to six people can ride at once! Reaching speeds of up to 60kph (37mph), riders will cruise 130m (426ft) alongside the Kawarau River taking in the scenic views.
Set against a backdrop of The Remarkables mountain range and nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is at the center of our alpine playground.
(9) Coronet Peak Ski Area or The Remarkable Ski Area.
Both are known for best skiing & snowboarding with varied trails.
(10) Queenstown Gardens.
A botanical garden is a popular place for a nice relaxing picnic, walk amounts nature, and enjoy the variety of exotic and native trees and plants.
(11) Hike Ben Lombard Track
For all the lovers of hiking out there, this 9716-foot mountain track will take your breath away
(12) AJ Hackett Bungy.
Now if you are a thrill seeker, this will definitely put a smile on your dial.
(13) Eat a Ferg Burger
That’s right, Queenstown iconic burger joint has had tourist lining up for burgers for hours to get the local kiwi taste.
Travelquote: “Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference”. Robert Frost
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