Romantic Things To Do in Queenstown


Welcome to Queenstown, New Zealand’s prime destination for couples seeking a mix of tranquillity, beauty, and adventure. As the ultimate lovebirds’ retreat, this town is the perfect setting for an unforgettable romantic getaway. Whether you’re celebrating a steamy honeymoon, planning a passionate escapade, or sneaking away for a naughty weekend, Queenstown has you covered. Nestled… Continue reading Romantic Things To Do in Queenstown

Kawarau Zipline

Kawarau Zipline is run by AJ Hackett at the Kawarau Bridge Bungy site. It’s an impressive and well organised location with excellent space for spectators to watch both the Zipline and the bungy jumping. The Zipline here isn’t a tour it’s just a quick adrenaline ride. It’s great for younger kids or anyone who wants… Continue reading Kawarau Zipline

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Ziptrek Ecotours Zipline

Ziptrek Ecotours is Queenstown’s original Zipline Tour. It’s located right in town, the tour starts at the top of the Gondola. They offer a range of tours. Kea Tour The Kea Tour is $199 for Adults and $149 for Kids. It includes 6 ziplines one of which is the world’s steepest. The tour takes 2.5… Continue reading Ziptrek Ecotours Zipline

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Ziplines in Queenstown

If you’re to chicken Bungy Jump the a Zipline might be just the thing. It’s great fun and a real adrenaline rush, but nowhere near as terrifying as a bungy or a skydive. Ziplines are great for families with kids in 10-15 age group that are looking for an adrenaline rush.

Paradise Zipline

Paradise Ziplines is a very scenic one hour drive from Queenstown near Glenorchy. The Paradise Zipline tour is the best value zipline tour in Queenstown. It’s a little cheaper than Ziptrek and you get to do 8 ziplines instead of 6. I really like Paradise Ziplines for the interesting terrain.You are zipping down river valleys… Continue reading Paradise Zipline

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Bungy Jumping in Queenstown

You can’t visit Queenstown and not do a bungy jump. Afterall, Queenstown is the spiritual home of bungy. Actually invented in England by Oxford University dangerous sports club, but the first commercial jump operation was opened in Queenstown by AJ Hackett and they are still at it.

Nevis Bungy Queenstown

Queenstown’s Highest Bungy Nevis is the highest bungy in New Zealand, at 134 metres, which gives you 8.5 seconds of free fall. You jump from a platform suspended on cables high over the Shotover River. And it’s really, really high. You can’t drive to this bungy jump they have a bus that takes you there… Continue reading Nevis Bungy Queenstown

Kawarau Bungy Queenstown

Kawarau Bridge Bungy Queenstown

The original bungy. Not just Queenstown’s first, it’s actually the world’s first commercial bungy jumping site. It’s also got a great zipline which is perfect for kids to young to throw off a bridge. At 43m it’s not the highest bungy in town, not even close but it’s still great fun, and you can wear… Continue reading Kawarau Bungy Queenstown

Ledge Bungy Queenstown

Ledge Bungy Queenstown

Ledge Bungy is the Bungy with the best view. Quite possibly the best view in the world actually. It’s located on a platform at the top of the Skyline Gondola which is a must do for any visitor to Queenstown. At 47 metres it’s not the highest, less than 1/2 Nevis bungy. But it feels… Continue reading Ledge Bungy Queenstown

Wanaka Farmers Market

Free range grass fed beef about to end up in the Wanaka Farmers Market

Visit Wanaka Farmers Market The Wanaka Farmers Market is great for foodies of all ages. It’s held every Thursday and runs from 3 PM till 6. Best of all, the Wanaka Farmers Market runs year-round. So you can get your organic, heirloom vegetables straight from the grower even in the dead of winter. Unless of… Continue reading Wanaka Farmers Market