Lake Wakatipu is located in Queenstown, New Zealand's South Island. It is the third largest lake in New Zealand. It is in a lightning bolt shape. The lake is very clear and known as “Emerald Lake”. If you are in Queenstown, you can choose to overlook the Lake Wakatipu from the famous Sky Cable Car. Taking the TSS Earnslaw steamship cruise is undoubtedly one way of enjoying the beautiful scenery on the Lake Wakatipu. Not only does it brings the lake and the mountains close under your eyes, but also brings the tranquility and serenity of the lake to your heart, and the breathtaking beauty of scenery into your memory. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious barbecue and experience authentic New Zealand culture.
The Queenstown Skyline is located on the top of Bob Peak in Queenstown. It is a great location overlooking downtown Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu and the mountains beyond. The sightseeing corridor on the second floor overlooks the town with a panoramic view of 270 degrees. The Queenstown Skyline is a very comprehensive attraction. In addition to the view, there is also a restaurant, Skyline Restaurant, which is a very famous landscape restaurant.
Since the first successful parachute jump in 1912, for over one hundred years, high-altitude skydiving has been considered a very extreme sport throughout the world. Queenstown is a paradise for extreme sports. How can I miss out on tandem skydiving here? This is the birthplace of the tandem skydiving. Tandem skydiving is a safe skydiving activity accompanied by a professionally licensed professional coach. It is also an exciting, simple and safe activity. With a free fall speed of up to 200 kilometers per hour, you can enjoy a thrilling, unique and unforgettable experience.
The TSS Earnslaw Steamship was born in 1912 and is a fascinating landscape on Lake Wakatipu, taking you through the time and enjoying the gorgeous European style of the early 20th century. During the voyage, you can lean on the deck to take a leisurely look at the beautiful lakes and mountains of Queenstown. You can also climb the Liaowang Tower, steal the master's mastery skills, and sneak into the steam boiler room to check the steam engine. secret.
Bungee jumping, a thrilling high-altitude bounce, has a large number of diehard fans. This fanaticism originated in November 1988 at the height of the AJ Hackett Kawarau Bridge bungee jumping. The AJ Hackett Kawarau Bridge Bungee Center is the birthplace of the world's bungee jumping and a representative location for outdoor adventures in Queenstown. The Kawarau Bridge Bungee Center is open to visitors free of charge and offers free short films about bungee history for visitors to watch. Under the Kawarau Bridge is the famous Kawarau River. There are many types of bungee jumping projects, and visitors can have individual requirements.
The Queenstown Garden is located in the southeast of the town, on a small peninsula on Lake Wakatipu. Locals often come here to sunbathe, picnic and exercise. Although the garden is close to the city, the environment is quite quiet. There are tennis, golf and other entertainment facilities in the park. The park is surrounded by trees and flowers, making it a great place for recreation.
Over 18 tons of crystal clear ice architecture and extreme temperatures at MINUS 5 ICE BAR combine to allow you to live life as if you were a penguin. Dressed like an Eskimo you get to explore ice furniture, hand made ice carvings and even drink from ice glasses filled with the popular delicious cocktails. This is a family experience you will always remember. You can have a pre dinner chilly cocktail for a cool start to a lively night on the town.