60 days in New Zealand Itinerary

60 days in New Zealand Itinerary

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— 59 nights

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Queenstown

— 59 nights

Shallow Bay

Sheltered in an inlet of Lake Wakatipu, the resort town of Queenstown enjoys a strong reputation for its adventuring and skiing opportunities.
Museum-lovers will appreciate Hayes Engineering Works & Homestead (inc Cafe) and Lakes District Museum & Art Gallery. You'll discover tucked-away gems like Mount Iron Track and The Chasm Walk. Change things up with these side-trips from Queenstown: Milford (Milford Foreshore Walk & Key Summit Track), Glenorchy (Lake Sylvan, Glenorchy Waterfront Reserve, &more) and Wanaka (Wanaka Fine Art Gallery, Wanaka, &more). On the 7th (Fri), dedicate a day to the elevated beauty of Coronet Peak. On the 23rd (Sun), give your taste buds a day to remember with a local gastronomic tour. There's lots more to do: get outside with Outdoor Activities, explore the landscape on two wheels at Queenstown Trail, tour the pleasant surroundings at Mt Crichton Loop Track, and get a dose of the wild on a nature and wildlife tour.

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If you are flying in from United Kingdom, the closest major aiport is Queenstown International Airport. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 17th (Thu) early enough to travel back home.

Things to do in Queenstown

Outdoors · Parks · Trails · Tours

Side Trips

New Zealand travel guide

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Specialty Museums · Hiking Trails · Landmarks
Land of the Long White Cloud
Far-flung New Zealand has become known for its astounding topography, singular biodiversity, varied climate, and for marrying native Maori and post-colonial European cultures on its two main islands and the multitude of smaller landmasses dotted around them. Free-spirited New Zealanders cultivate a love of sports, sustainability, and the outdoors. Far from other landmasses, the islands existed for millions of years before being inhabited by humans, so an abundance of species have come to thrive in the thick, wild rainforest, vast and rugged backland, and extensive surrounding marine areas. While much of New Zealand tourism centers around adventures through this spectacular scenery, take time to explore the nation's rich cultural heritage as well. The traditions and history of the Maoris, and the industry and internationalism of the descendents of the first European settlers endure in fascinating attractions, ranging from museums, to farms, to places of worship.