Getting its name came from a local gold digger claiming that the town was Fit for Queen Victoria , Queenstown, New Zealand was born. This town is situated around Lake Wakatipu and has become a resort town on the South Island, in the bottom west end of New Zealand. Activities such as bungee jumping, skiing, mountain biking and more, is why this city is well known as the center of adventurous tourism.
Coronet Park, Treble Cone, Cardrona Alpine Resort and The Remarkables are just some of the popular skiing mountains. People coming from all over the world and even New Zealand itself visit these mountains for some of the best snow and amazing atmosphere, it is unbelievable.
Slow down from all of the adrenaline pumping actives and stop by Catlins Discovery Tour. Discover the wilderness of the marine world. Talk a walk on the beach, view the wildlife and take a look at the historical settings. This tour is a full day of learning, observing and having fun.Food and wine are also other attractions that score points for the city. Surrounded by historical buildings and wonderful bars and restaurants, there is no wonder how Queenstown has a reputation to keep. Be sure to try the award winning wines from Cenral Otago, such as their Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.