Queenstown - Wanaka - Fiordland

There are pristine alpine lakes, snow-kissed mountains, pure rivers, and native forests, but it’s not just the stunning scenery that makes this a special place. It’s the vibe imbued in the heart of the land and people. It is this energy that draws nature-lovers and adventure-seekers. The region is renowned for its four distinct seasons, stunning scenery, and attractions. Queenstown (Tāhuna) is the birthplace of iconic activities including bungy jumping and jetboating. Find out more at queenstownnz.nz; fiordland.org.nz; lakewanaka.co.nz

Major Centres: 

Queenstown
Wanaka
Te Anau

Airports: 

Queenstown International and Domestic Airport
Wanaka Domestic Airport

Blue Kanu Dining experience - Mixing both Pacifica and Asian Style together by blending the two cultures aims to create a style and feel that we call " Polynasia".

Dart River Jet

0800 327 853

Queenstown’s Dart River Jet  experiences are unique combinations of breathtaking ‘World Heritage’ scenery, exhilarating wilderness Jet Boating, Māori heritage and inspiring adventure – truly authentic discoveries of everything that makes New Zealand an exceptional destination. Choose the option that suits you best and join us, the only operator on the Dart River, on a diverse adventure travelling deep into the pristine Dart River Valley and spectacular Mt Aspiring National Park to explore this awe-inspiring area.

Guided Walks NZ

0800 832 226

EVERY STEP A STORY....We’ve chosen our range of walks for their natural history, scenic beauty, remote locations and varied terrain. Our friendly, knowledgeable local guides ensure you have plenty of time to enjoy the whole experience nature has provided.
Why choose Guided Walks NZ? The answer’s simple – it’s our privilege to make Guided Walks NZ the most memorable part of your New Zealand experience.  Letting you touch, see and feel the ‘real’ New Zealand.

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