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Auckland Queenstown NZD 85.00 Book

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New Zealand’s finest resort city is so beautiful and so much fun that people venture here from around the world to enjoy its unrivalled splendour, whether in summer or winter. Nestled on the shore of Lake Wakatipu at the foot of the mountains, it’s a playground for thrillseekers, offering jet boating, bungy jumping, mountain climbing and paragliding. Come winter, it’s also the perfect base for fans of quality snow sports, with The Remarkables and Coronet Peak offering world-class facilities less than 30 minutes away. Add the close proximity of former gold rush towns like Clyde and Arrowtown, Lake Wanaka and its nearby ski resorts Treble Cone and Cardona, amazing mountain biking tracks, trout and salmon fishing, hiking and even a 150km scenic cycling rail trail, and you’ve got a town with just about everything a tourist could want. And that’s even before you start exploring the plethora of bars, pubs, cafés, restaurants, shops and hotels in the heart of the CBD.

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