Rotorua Skyline Skyline Skyline Skyline Skyline is very close to the Maori Cultural Village. Skyline Skyline is a super exciting paradise. Today, we climb to the top of Rotorua by DU's sightseeing helicopter. Before the ride, there will be staff to explain the ride rules to us, and then we will be guided into the waiting area, driving the white six people in a helicopter is a handsome man oh. The first helicopter ride was neither nervous nor exciting. It soon reached the top of Mount Nongtaha, and then arrived at the top of the mountain in a Western-style cafeteria in a van waiting by the roadside. The restaurant is very big and the food is very rich. Seafood, beef, lamb chops, delicatessen, cake dessert, ice cream, drinks and coffee are too big to eat. Sitting by the 180 degree floor glass window, Rotorua has a good view of the city. Then we took the 900-meter Doppelmayr ropeway on the top of the mountain, and the eight-seat carriage came down from 487 meters above sea level. We looked around the beautiful scenery again, and had a wonderful and exciting experience.
Skyline is the steepest cable car track in the Southern Hemisphere, sitting on the cable car, you can see a panoramic view of the whole town and Lake Wakapudi. Super addictive skyline sky cable car, Queen Town must go to one of the attractions, the distance is almost right angle, tell you really do not need to book in advance, come directly to buy tickets is very convenient, eat ice cream NY 3.5 on the top of the hill.
That's one of the least exciting high-altitude projects in Queenstown. But how can we not feel the sky cable car when we come to Queen Town? By the way, we can have a full meal in the sky cable car cafeteria with infinite beautiful scenery. Of course, please lower your requirement for buffet food. Just eat enough, don't be too picky. Tickets enter the self-service ticket gate of the cable car, and a ticket scans the two-dimensional code and puts one person in. The cable car is relatively small, generally a small carriage for four people. But everyone likes to use it independently, so generally speaking, as long as there are not too many people, even if you are two people, the people behind you will silently let you go ahead and wait for the next carriage. Because there are many carriages, they are moving very fast, and they are transmitting uninterruptedly all the time, so they don't have to wait for a long time. We both occupied a small carriage. You can sit and take pictures at will. It's only 4 - 8 minutes to the top of the mountain. It's a pity that I haven't seen enough pictures yet. After entering the carriage, there will be staff members to take photos of you, and then when you go down the hill, you can find your photos at the exit and pay for them if you are satisfied. It looks like more than a hundred. I think there are fewer people who buy. They can only throw away the signs that the guests don't need. It feels wasteful. The wind at the top of the mountain is very strong and the scenery is very beautiful. The whole view of Queenstown turned out to be like this cup. Although I had already enjoyed it on the plane when I arrived, this omni-directional panorama of high altitude was quite shocking, and it was really beautiful. Now, with eyes closed, those beautiful pictures are emerging one after another, especially beautiful.
Queenstown Night View is famous all over the world, skyline is also a major feature of Queenstown. In addition to Gondola cable car, you can buy other ancillary packages, including afternoon tea, dinner buffet, skateboards, bungee jumping and many other options. In addition to traditional photo shooting, the most recommended skateboarding car, foreigners play and play can be really exciting. Dinner buffet varieties, choices are also a lot of delicious. Back to Queenstown, the night scenery, the sun scenery, have their own characteristics, prefer the night scenery, very beautiful. There's also a Star Watching Package in the evening.
There are pulleys on the mountain, cliffs, fun and beautiful scenery. We have sunshine in front of the mountain, but it rains on the mountain. The pulleys can buy tickets many times. It's very exciting. We go in winter. It's a little cold when we rush down the mountain.
Rotorua's Sky Cable Car doesn't look as high as Queens Town's. We went there at night. We had a buffet at the restaurant where the Cable Car stood. We could see the night scenery and the beautiful moonlight. But if there was no DSLR, we could not get a beautiful view at night. We could only record the splendor of the time with our brains and eyes. The buffet dinner is NZ 65 per person. The meat types are steak, lamb steak, salmon and shrimp, dessert, cheese cake and pie are all good.
Fully enclosed cable car. It's very steady. The cable car has a good view. There are plenty of extreme sports on the top of the mountain. See someone riding down the hilltop ramp all the way. There are also pulleys to go downhill. We climbed the upper half of the hill by helicopter, drove up the hilltop by car, enjoyed a rich hilltop buffet dinner, and then went down by skyline cable car. Dinner buffet dishes are rich in variety. Many delicious seafood, meat, cakes, drinks. Eating on the top of the mountain has a good view.
Skyline Gondola, located on Bob Peak Hill in Queenstown, is the steepest cable car track in the southern hemisphere with a slope of 37.1 degrees. It rises to the highest tourist spot in Queenstown (800 meters above sea level). To tell you the truth, my real purpose on the cable car was to take a panoramic picture of Queen Town, but because it was a temporary idea, I didn't even bring a tripod. The real beauty of the cable car is that I'm sorry for the dozens of NT dollars, except for the steep point.
Locals call it Gandola, and New Zealand has only Rotorua and Queens town. The cable car goes up to New Zealand $26. There's a cafeteria on the top of the hill. It costs New Zealand $32. There are also many fun facilities on the hill, such as the roller coaster Luge, which is super fun. I'm running out of time, or I'll go skating a few more times.
Sky cable car plus lunch or dinner packages will be the mainstream consumption, otherwise only taking pictures on the top of the mountain by cable car will be slightly monotonous. Of course, a bird's-eye view of Queenstown is also very good. The purple Lu ice blossoms on the top of the mountain are dazzling. The barbecue at the buffet is on time, and the heat is a little more tolerant. And who taught New Zealanders how to take a cable car and be photographed and quoted?