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The Ultimate Milford Sound Experience by Helicopter from Queenstown
"Relaxed and unhurried you can make the most of each incredible environment your pilot takes you to on this wonderful tour in Milford Sound. Stroll on an uninhabited beach soar among mountains dine at a remote alpine lake suspended above Fiordland. Learn of the age old glaciers and prehistoric rainforests in a habitat seldom frequented by man. This relaxed and interpretive expedition distills the essence of New Zealand’s most dramatic scenery. the tallest waterfall in New Zealand; majestic Milford Sound; uninhabited wild yet beautiful beaches with the opportunity to stroll along the shore glaciers high in the Alps and the fiords coastal rainforests. Sit back relax
From NZD6,940.00
 
Milford Sound Helicopter Flight and Cruise from Queenstown
"Join us on a personal scenic helicopter flight to Milford Sound with a cruise. Your pilot acting as your personal guide will fly you down to Milford over the breathtaking snow capped Southern Alps where we will land and shut down the helicopter. You will board the cruise boat to take one of the most memorable journeys you can imagine down Milford Sound taking in the rainforest covered slopes and the majestic waterfalls. On the return to Milford you will again board the helicopter for yet more amazing scenery from the air together with a landing on one of the snow capped peaks allowing you to throw a few snowballs and take more photographs of an amazing experience."
From NZD1,175.00
 
Glenorchy Lord of the Rings Off-Road 4X4 Adventure from Queenstown
"The tar-sealed road clings to the lakeshore for 45 fleet-footed kilometers to allow 4WDs to find the gateway to deepest Lord of the Rings country. The glacial lakes ancient forests and neck-stretching peaks of the film trilogy are your domain for a day in the minds and vision of Jackson and Tolkien alike bringing Lord of the Rings to life with Queenstown and New Zealand as a backdrop. As New Zealand’s original you could not be in better hands. Our experience and passion is your greatest asset and with family roots in the area dating back to the 1860’s this family owned and operated business will offer you customers a real kiwi experience.During this thrilling adventure you will be given the opportunity to view Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit locations such as Isengard the Lothorien forests Itilien Camp Amon Hen
From NZD165.00

More Things to Do in Queenstown

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Skippers Canyon

First a word of warning - don't take a rental car along this road. Your insurance will not be honoured if you have an accident or damage the car. The road is gravel, mostly one-way with very steep...
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Drive to Glenorchy

There is certainly some fantastic scenery around the township of Glenorchy but there are equally spectacular view to be had on the drive there from Queenstown. The 45km drive follows the eastern shore...
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Glenorchy

Glenorchy is a small township located at the northern end of Lake Wakatipu and is about 45 km away from Queestown. It is thought to be named after Glen Orchy in Scotland. Surrounded by magnificent...
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Reflections on Hall Arm - Doubtful Sound

Hall Arm is one of the three main arms to branch from Doubtful Sound. It travels to the south from the main sound. It is quite protected and some wonderful reflections canbe seen. The skipper of our...
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Wanaka

Lake Wanaka lies at the heart of the Otago Lakes in between Lake Ohau to the north and Lake Wakatipu to the south. The township of Wanaka is situated at the south end of the lake. Glendhu Bay is a...
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Lake Hayes

Lake Hayes is a small lake between the towns of Arrowtown and Queenstown. The lake was originally known as Hays Lake after D. Hay, an Australian who came to the district looking for sheep country in...
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Autmn shades of Arrowtown

The historic goldmining town of Arrowtown is popular for more than just well preserved buildings. It holds an annual Autmn Festival. Unfortunately I missed the festival by a week but the colours were...
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Arrowtown

Arrowtown is a historic gold mining town near Queenstown. It is located on the banks of the Arrow River. At the height of the gold rush Arrowtown was the centre of the mining area and boasted a...
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Doubtful Sound

Named Doubtful Harbour in 1770 by Captain James Cook Doubtful Sound is in fact a fjord and is the second largest in New Zealnd's Fiordland. It is three times as long and ten times as large as Milford...
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Queenstown Gardens

This is one of New Zealand's loveliest parks. Not only does it have an impressive collection of native trees and flowers, but also fine views of the town, Lake Wakatipu, and the Remarkables. It's also...
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Kingston Flyer

The Kingston Fllyer is a steam train that constists of two locomotives built in 1927 and 1925. It operates on 14 km of track between Kingston and Fairlight, about 1hrs drive out of Queenstown. It...
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ROARING MEG & KAWARAU GORGE

Heading on way to Cromwell from Queenstown, we followed the Kawarau Gorge for a way. It is at Kawarau Bridge where they do Bungy jumping from the bridge This was the first commercial bungy jump. We...
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Minus 5 Lounge

The Minus 5 Ice Longe is a sub-zero vodka bar experience.You are kitted out in Eskimo like ice gear which includes insulated jackets, gloves and sheepskin-lined boots. Everything in the ice lounge is...
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Taking in The Fresh Morning Air

As we had to leave for Te Anau and the further distanced Milford Sound, we left our motel at about 6.30am. The sky was grey but there was enough light for safe driving. We were taken aback with the...
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Top Hotels in Queenstown

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Malaghans Road, Arrowtown, South Island, New Zealand
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26 Isle Street, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand
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91 Fernhill Road, Queenstown, South Island, 9197, New Zealand
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10-18 Brunswick St., (formerly Mercure Grand St Moritz), Queenstown, South Island, 1116, New Zealand
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Beach Street & Shotover, PO Box 102, Queenstown, South Island, 9300, New Zealand
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Corner Earl Street and Marine Parade, Queenstown, South Island, 9197, New Zealand
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"Queenstown - feel the adrenaline!"
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"A town fit for a Queen"
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