Undoubtedly the most prominent sport in Queenstown, bungee jumping takes place from four of the world's most scenic bungee sites. Visitors can choose to throw themselves off a bridge or a gondola, or there are milder options that include cable swinging or the Bungee Rocket that shoots people into the air while strapped into a cage-like device on the end of a bungee cord.
Milford Sound a glacier carved fiord runs 15 kilometres inland from the Tasman Sea and is surrounded by sheer rock faces that rise 1200 metres or more on either side. Lush rain forests cling precariously to these cliffs, while seals, penguins, and dolphins frequent the waters. The natural beauty of this landscape draws thousands of visitors each day, with over 550,000 in total per year. This makes the Sound one of New Zealand's most visited tourist spots, and also the most famous New Zealand tourist destination, even with its remote location and the long journey from the nearest population centres. Almost all tourists going to the sound also take one of the boat tours which usually last between 1-2 hours. They are offered by several companies, departing from the Milford Sound Visitors' Centre.
One of the prettiest little towns in New Zealand, Arrowtown guarantees hands-on activity in a unique, serene environment. Arrowtown sprang up when gold was discovered in the Arrow River in 1862, and people flocked into the area to make their fortune. Originally a town governed by chaos and those who had guns, now Arrowtown is a peaceful historic township.
Haka Pa Maori Village
The outstanding Haka Pa Maori Village gives visitors a chance to experience New Zealand as it may have been before Europeans arrived. Tourists are welcomed by a terrifying warrior's challenge, and then treated to a show of traditional skills and music, before being given a sumptuous feast cooked in a hangi oven.
Lake Wakatipu is an inland lake (finger lake) in the South Island of New Zealand. It is in the southwest corner of Otago Region, near its boundary with Southland. With a length of 80 kilometers, it is New Zealand's longest lake, and, at 29Lake Wakatipu is renowned for its scenic beauty, being surrounded by mountains. The Remarkables mountain range lies along its southeastern edge. It is a popular venue for adventure tourism, with skifields, paragliding, bungy jumping and tramping tracks within easy reach. A vintage steamboat, the TSS Earnslaw regularly plies its waters. Several vineyards are nearby.
Minus 5° Ice Bar
Minus 5° is a totally unique experience, it is a bar produced from ice. The walls, sculptures, seats, and even the glasses you drink out of are made from ice. A fun place for all the family and friends. A unique experience that will chill your bones and delight your senses.