More About Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown claims to be the jetboating capital of the world.  We tell you which ride to choose and why.
Queenstown claims to be the jetboating capital of the world. We tell you which ride to choose and why.

To help better explain what you would see, do, enjoy and experience in Queenstown, we’ve added two more pages to the Queenstown section of our website.

In addition to the general page about Queenstown, there is now a new page all about Queenstown accommodation options, and a page explaining the fun of jetboating and helping you choose the best jetboat experience to suit your interests.

Queenstown is perhaps the most essential part of any New Zealand itinerary, and has an extraordinarily varied range of experiences for visitors, ranging from sedate and safe to adrenalin rushes that hopefully may also be safer than they seem.  Most people’s biggest complaint, when visiting Queenstown, is that they don’t have enough time to see and do it all.  You’ll get a feeling for some of the range of activities available to you whic are now detailed on these pages.

There’s still more that could be added, and I feel a need to add a separate page to explain wine touring options around Queenstown.  Look for that, next week.

Our New Zealand Epicurean Extravaganza Tour in October includes a pre-tour option in Queenstown, giving you a convenient chance to see and do what you can read about now.

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