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Inspiring guides for your holiday to Queensland & Fiordland
Queenstown is action-packed, featuring a myriad of exhilarating activities and adventures to enjoy, from wine tours and boat trips to skydiving and canyon swinging, whilst the Fiordland is a complete contrast - surrounding the entire city, a pristine wilderness of glaciers, lakes and mountain ranges await.
Our wide selection of engaging guides provide an array of our New Zealand Sky experts’ top tips, personal highlights, must-sees and travel inspiration.
These top 10 things to do in Queenstown are sure to get you started in creating an itinerary for a New Zealand holiday that you’ll never forget – from gentle nature walks and exceptional dining experiences to extreme outdoor adventures and “Lord of the Rings” scenery, this is a place that truly offers it all.
Queenstown is New Zealand’s adventure capital, with something to keep outdoor-lovers happy all year round, from skiing, cycling and rafting to hiking, bungy jumping and sky diving. Use this base for day trips to historic gold mining towns, national parks and scenic sounds.
Don't miss Queenstown, New Zealand. Bounded by mountains and Lake Wakatipu's shores, the town can offer natural beauty, nightlife and adventure sports, bungy jumping and jet boat riding. Here’s all you need to know about getting around Queenstown, top attractions, activities and where to stay.
Fiordland National Park is one of New Zealand’s most legendary parks, and, and its largest national park, covering 4,286-square-miles in the southwest corner of the South Island. Here you’ll discover extraordinary scenic beauty, with 14 fiords, including the one of the country’s most famous, Milford Sound.
Wellington's a compact capital city with a diverse mix of European and Maori culture, shopping, food and a bustling harbour. And a great base for day trips to islands, nature reserves, vineyards and beaches.
While New Zealand is filled with spectacular natural wonders, wildlife is abundant too, on land and in the water, with opportunities to watch for whales, dolphins, penguins, seals and more.
New Zealand ranks highly in top travel spots, with lush rainforests, beautiful mountains and beaches, abundant wildlife and hot springs. Aim for three to four weeks, with options to tailor-make a perfect trip.
Prepare for a majestic mix of rugged coastlines, sparkling glaciers, forested mountains, arresting national parks, fabulous vineyards, and adrenaline-fuelled activities in New Zealand’s South Island - an outdoor wonderland roughly half the size of the UK.
If you’ve been inspired to take a Tolkien-themed holiday to New Zealand, then you’ll be pleased to know that there is a wealth of locations and other points of interest running the length of the country that can be visited.