Fed up with staying at home for the past couple of years due to this global pandemic?
Want to go on a vacation?
So, come and explore Queenstown as Queenstown needs you!
Not only for you but it's also been a tough time for Queenstown, too, with not enough international travelers here because of the strict COVID restrictions. But there is always a light ray at the end of the tunnel, so things are getting better now! Borders of the country and Queenstown hotels are reopened now with all the safety measures for international travelers.
No matter in which month you are coming to explore the beauty of the town, there is always so much to do and see every month for the travel junkies. Queenstown is on the bucket list of every adventure lover because it is known as the adventure capital of the country.
There is no perfect time to visit Queenstown; whenever you have time, and you want to explore something unique and incredibly full of fun, adventure, and peace, Queenstown needs to be there on your list.
If you are planning to head towards the town to witness its fantastic beauty, check out the deals on booking Queenstown hotels and get the perfect one for you.
We have compiled a list of a few adventurous yet fun activities to do here in Queenstown:
One of the most exhilarating activities in Queenstown is River boarding in the historic Kawarau River. This activity started in the town around 25 years ago and today gives you three levels of adrenaline adventure in a half-day tour of small personalized groups. A fully experienced and skilled trainer will train you throughout your river boarding activity.
White water rafting is for those looking for thrill and extra excitement in the famous Shotover River. While doing white water rafting, you can experience the rugged beauty of the surroundings as you are traversing through the wild Shoutout river. It offers you a lot of fun and stunning scenery to see. This activity is an absolute must-do thing whenever you are in Queenstown.
New Zealand's exclusive tourist destination, Queenstown, is like a door to the captivating Central Otago wine region. Cromwell, Wanaka, Bannockburn, Alexandra, and the Gibbston Valley, along with the Central Otago wine region, are abode to more than 200 spectacular vineyards. The Queenstown wine tour is a must for all the tourists coming here.
Queenstown is the birthplace of the world's foremost commercial Bungy Jump site. You can select either from the original Kawarau Bridge Bungy, where water touches are a must, or the Ledge Bungy, which is located lofty above this beautiful town, or the 134-meter Nevis Bungy, the highest Bungy Jump of Queenstown.
In the heart of majestical Queenstown, Kiwi Birdlife Park is a sanctuary dedicated to saving endangered wildlife species. It is sprawled into a 5-acre area that has been beautifully maintained with 10,000 native plants. It always attracts visitors due to its perfect blend of conversation, entertainment, and education.
As we have already mentioned, Queenstown is a synonym for adventure sports among tourists from every corner of the planet. Due to its proximity to four great snowfields, it is unofficially also known as the skiing and snowboarding capital of the country. If you are planning for a snow trip to New Zealand, then you must understand what each snow slope offers you.
Hilly area of New Zealand usually needs every traveler to go for some uphill hiking to witness the astonishing views. Luckily, Queenstown unlocks an easier option for those who don't love to go hiking, i.e., Skyline Gondola. It is situated just a walk from downtown Queenstown and takes you up to a forested hill located above the city.
Then you are probably planning a trip to this great town, so make sure to search and book your comfortable stay at one of the amazing Queenstown hotels to avoid the last-minute rush.
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