South Island in New Zealand is an impressive place, packed with opportunities for adventure amidst challenging and inspiring landscapes.
Popular for its different adventure sports and outdoor activities such as hiking and mountain biking, it is an unusual place to visit.
Be it the shoreline or mountain ranges and valleys and plains, the destination has infinite scope for adventure and fun.
The surrounding areas of Queenstown are full of stunning attractions. One can go for a short trip across the river or enter the jungle. The first skydive experience is a scary thing but there is no looking back once you do it. The best thing about skydiving is that you can enjoy Queenstown’s scenery and even capture yourself flying high in a video. There are numerous tour agents who arrange skydiving.
Freestyle Ledge Bungy in Queenstown
The Ledge Bungy is a perfect example of the ‘up-for-anything’ Kiwi attitude and one of the most famous adventure attractions in Queenstown. It’s truly a fast & furious experience and absolutely not to be missed during your Queenstown holiday. Check out the different deals and offers before booking your tickets!
Shotover Jet, Queenstown
Try an ultimate Jet Boating experience with Shotover Jet; the adrenaline rush makes it unforgettable. Enjoy an amazing white water ride as you speed through the dramatic and narrow canyons. The total ride duration is 1 hour 30 minutes. Wearing Life jacket is a must.
Please note: Entry on the jet is on first come first serve basis; try to reach 15 minutes before your time. If you are late, send an email stating your confirmation so that you are put on the next available boat.
If you are in South Island during winters, you must try Wanaka Skiing, which features the longest ski and snowboard runs of the Queenstown. Treble Cone’s is the longest ski run with a vertical drop of 700m. The complete ski dive can be completed in 40 minutes. Travel a little further and you will find the dedicated cross country ski field of Snow Farm and Cardrona ski area. Before you book your tickets, don’t forget to browse complete information on the official website of Treble Cone, Lake Wanaka in South Island of New Zealand.