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Queenstown New Zealand attractions

Queenstown is New Zealand’s outdoor adventure capital – bursting with hair-raising adrenaline rushes, relaxing scenic tours and premier alpine ski resorts. Queenstown Adventures are some of the most thrilling and extreme in the world. Being the first in the world to commercialise jetboating and bungy jumping, Queenstown has long been a leading pioneer in outdoor adventures. But not only is it a world class adventure resort, it is also both set in a magnificent setting surrounded by an endless maze of rugged mountain ranges and pristine lakes and it’s centrally located making it an ideal base to explore the wider region from (including Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Wanaka and Mt Aspiring National Park)

Queenstown offers an astonishing range of heart-pumping and relaxing-inspirational adventures. If you are in the mood for some heart-stopping adrenaline then create your dream itinerary with your choice of alpine skydiving, wild river jetboating, white water rafting, mountain paragliding, massive cross-canyon swinging, nerve ranking mountain biking, challenging rock climbing, high-speed luging, off-road 4WDing, kayaking and much more.

If you are looking for a little more relaxation in your outdoor adventure, then choose between fine wine tasting tours, cross-country cycling, alpine hiking, romantic steamboat cruises, gondola rides, archery and shooting, hot-water pools, Segway tours, scenic flights to name only a few of the many options.

In the winter Queenstown is transformed into a world class ski resort town with some of the most spectacular alpine skiing. Winter activities include; skiing in the fresh mountain air, snow shoeing treks, indoor ice staking, ice climbing, heli-skiing and other winter adventure activities.

In Queenstown there are two things you can be guaranteed of; firstly if you like the great outdoors and have a sense of adventure, then you will have the time of your life here in Queenstown and secondly, you will never say “I’m bored” – or if you do – you will have been the first to say so.

Source: www.tourism.net.nz