Te Waipounamu / South Island的獨特新鮮事
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Te Waipounamu / South Island的獨特新鮮事

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Behind-the-scenes Lord of the Rings
Take a journey with me deep into Middle Earth, and encounter Isengard, Amon Hen, Lothlorien Forest, The Misty Mountains and Ithilien! We will be visiting these locations as we travel from scenic Queenstown, Glenorchy and Paradise, including filming locations from The Hobbit, Wolverine, Chronicles of Narnia. Stories and secrets will be shared by a local with great insight and knowledge into the filming of these movies and also the local areas' rich history and Maori culture. You will experience some of the world’s most spectacular scenery in Mt Aspiring World Heritage Park and along one of the Worlds' most scenic highway, the Glenorchy Road. You will come away with the most breathtaking scenic photos and magical memories. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee and tea, with a light Kiwi style picnic. Take the opportunity to dress up in our Lord of the Rings Costumes, and have a photo shoot with our replica swords in Lothlorien forest. Other things to note Please allow yourself enough time to find a park and getting yourself to the station building. Parking can be found
Packrafting Queenstown- License to chill
Our day hiking and paddling through the NZ backcountry starts in Queenstown. After picking you guys up, we'll set off on a gorgeous drive towards the rural town of Glenorchy. After a quick pit stop we'll leave civilisation behind and disappear down a dirt road into the Rees Valley. The road less travelled if you like. Once the road runs out, we'll start hiking. I'll provide you with a backpack and all the gear you'll need for our packrafting adventure. The hike itself is flat, very easy going and jaw dropingly beautiful. We'll hike beneath glacier cover peaks, flanked by waterfalls and through an alluvial river valley where we often see more deer than humans. We're fortunate enough to have exclusive access to this working farm for our trips. We're a long way from the madding crowds. We'll walk for around 2hrs. Expect to get your feet wet as we cross the river a few times. We'll stop for hearty lunch at a small creek where our paddling journey starts. After a inflating our packrafts, we'll spend some time exploring canyons and practicing our paddling before taking to the main river. Packrafting along the Rees river is a relaxing and liberating experience. The river is reasonably flat and extremely beginner friendly. Everyone has their own packraft to explore and drift down stream. After an hour or so we'll be back where we started, ready to roll our boats up and head home. Other things to note No experience is required, you'll be with fully qualified instructors all day who can teach you everything you'll need to know.
Wine Tour with the Wine Doctor
We depart from the Station Building, in the city centre at 1:30 PM. We will set off for the heart of Gibbston on a small group half-day tour to visit three cellar doors and journey into the ‘valley of the vines’ to discover these vineyards nestled amongst the spectacular mountain ranges and dramatic river gorges. In one of the wineries, we will savour a vineyard platter or a cheeseboard to pair with the wines. We will visit boutique wineries that are off the beaten path. There is no set routine, so every day is an adventure. The choice of the wineries visited will vary each day based on your individual group's dynamics. The overall focus is on high-quality wines and friendly and informative staff. As I am also passionate about photography, I will take photos of the whole experience and will send you all the images by email after the tour, at no additional cost. I offer the tours in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Other things to note A minimum of 3 people is required for this activity to take place. If no others book for the day, we will get in touch with you and full refunds will be made or alternative dates offered.
Wine Tour & Māori Culture Queenstown
This is a relaxing, educational and entertaining wine tour visiting 3-4 vineyards, that also embraces history (Māori footprint leading into the Gold Rush 1860's), the whenua/land of our beautiful region and and the beautiful wines of our Central Otago region. If you can't see suitable availability, please send me a message and I'll see what I can do to host you. We depart Queenstown where you will be picked up from your accommodation in the WanaHaka® vehicle from 10:30- 11:00am with the Māori greeting the Hongi establishing the connection with you the guest and the Māori people of New Zealand and the land, then with a 15 minute drive to Gibbston and Lake Hayes where a selection of Pinot Noir, Gris, Sav Blanc and more will be in tasting. The first winery being Mora near Arrowtown, following that we drive via the Gold Rush historic area of Arrowtown and venture a quick stop into the Kawarau bridge where the famous Kawarau AJ Hackett Bungy resides, we then visit the Mt Rosa winery with more beautiful wines and a cheese platter. Moving slowly but surely onto either Wet Jacket or Amsfield to see the historic sheep shed before our drive back to Queenstown. Along this tour you will get an insight into the Māori footprint and history from many hundreds of years ago of the beautiful Otago and Queenstown region. In this price all transfers, tastings and food are included.
Gibbston Valley Half Day Canyon
Meet downtown Queenstown for your pick up and drive out to the canyon through the Gibbston Valley wine country Get dressed into all the necessary canyoning equipment Walk minutes to the start of the canyon Enjoy multiple slides and abseils down waterfalls, trying your hand at abseiling yourself and learning the sport of canyoning Walk minutes back to our van to get changed Drive back into downtown Queenstown for your drop off Other things to note This experience is suitable for persons 10 years and older only 48 hour cancellation policy applies

Te Waipounamu / South Island附近的所有活動

Behind-the-scenes Lord of the Rings
Take a journey with me deep into Middle Earth, and encounter Isengard, Amon Hen, Lothlorien Forest, The Misty Mountains and Ithilien! We will be visiting these locations as we travel from scenic Queenstown, Glenorchy and Paradise, including filming locations from The Hobbit, Wolverine, Chronicles of Narnia. Stories and secrets will be shared by a local with great insight and knowledge into the filming of these movies and also the local areas' rich history and Maori culture. You will experience some of the world’s most spectacular scenery in Mt Aspiring World Heritage Park and along one of the Worlds' most scenic highway, the Glenorchy Road. You will come away with the most breathtaking scenic photos and magical memories. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee and tea, with a light Kiwi style picnic. Take the opportunity to dress up in our Lord of the Rings Costumes, and have a photo shoot with our replica swords in Lothlorien forest. Other things to note Please allow yourself enough time to find a park and getting yourself to the station building. Parking can be found
Packrafting Queenstown- License to chill
Our day hiking and paddling through the NZ backcountry starts in Queenstown. After picking you guys up, we'll set off on a gorgeous drive towards the rural town of Glenorchy. After a quick pit stop we'll leave civilisation behind and disappear down a dirt road into the Rees Valley. The road less travelled if you like. Once the road runs out, we'll start hiking. I'll provide you with a backpack and all the gear you'll need for our packrafting adventure. The hike itself is flat, very easy going and jaw dropingly beautiful. We'll hike beneath glacier cover peaks, flanked by waterfalls and through an alluvial river valley where we often see more deer than humans. We're fortunate enough to have exclusive access to this working farm for our trips. We're a long way from the madding crowds. We'll walk for around 2hrs. Expect to get your feet wet as we cross the river a few times. We'll stop for hearty lunch at a small creek where our paddling journey starts. After a inflating our packrafts, we'll spend some time exploring canyons and practicing our paddling before taking to the main river. Packrafting along the Rees river is a relaxing and liberating experience. The river is reasonably flat and extremely beginner friendly. Everyone has their own packraft to explore and drift down stream. After an hour or so we'll be back where we started, ready to roll our boats up and head home. Other things to note No experience is required, you'll be with fully qualified instructors all day who can teach you everything you'll need to know.
Winery hop in a vintage V W Kombi - Queenstown
Explore the wineries of the Gibbston wine region in a vintage VW Kombi, with your experienced Queenstown host and driver, Chika. Discover the wine-making traditions of Central Otago and savour the views across the Kawarau Gorge during this wine tasting tour. If you love to travel in style and you love wine, then this is the tour for you! Many people love to visit beautiful Queenstown and there are a lot of tours on offer. Why not take a more inexpensive and nostalgic version? Let’s make your wine tour that little bit more unique and memorable. Central Otago is regarded as the NZ home of Pinot Noir. Queenstown scenery, vintage travel and wine combine for an unforgettable day out with friends and loved ones. Check out Instagram for more photos @queenstownkombi
Ride to the Sky Mountain eBike Tour
Take a ride to the top of Grant Peak, 800 meters above sea level overlooking just about all of the Wakatipu Basin. (it may sound hard but remember you're on a pedal assisted eBike and it has a magic button 'TURBO' that flattens hills). What makes this trail so magical is the spectacular scenery showcasing the very best of Queenstown's natural landscape. This is an exclusive location, you'll only be able to get there with us. Learn about the local European and Maori history, enjoy the country vibe. Ride to the Sky is a great opportunity to challenge yourself and take a first step into Mountain biking. Easy Mountain biking, introduction into uphill and downhill on uneven terrain. The great award on the top is breathtaking view. This ride requires people to have a moderate level of fitness and feel comfortable on gradual downhill.
Serenity on Horseback
I can provide a 90 min experience which includes set up time, followed by a farm ride or trail walk experience for up to two people (subject to weather conditions). This is a unique and special experience with our horses Arizona and Missy who will take you on a serene experience around the farm or trail. 90 min Farm Ride - all experience levels (includes a confidence building course - mini gymkhana style). 90 min Farm/Trail Ride - great for first time or beginners. INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED TRAIL RIDE - 2.5 hours set up and trail ride - a beautiful scenic tour but can be challenging with various slopes and hills to navigate. Please message directly to request this specific option). This is not suitable for first time riders/beginners. Riding will be customised to rider safety and their experience levels - (this can be discussed at time of booking/riding). Riding time is approx 1 hr with 30 mins set up/set down period, which you are more than welcome to be a part of also - including feeding and grooming. Weight limits apply. liability release form to complete on day.
Picnique Queenstown - Ultimate outdoor picnic experince
* Please get in touch for private groups bookings(up to 18 people) * Please get in touch if you can't see availability in calendar * 2 people minimum for booking * Every picnic is private and you won't be sharing the experience with someone else Welcome to the ultimate outdoor picnic experience in the heart of Queenstown. Here, you will indulge in a curated selection of local food and beverages while enjoying the breathtaking natural beauty of the region. Queenstown is known for its stunning landscape, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and crystal-clear lakes. This picnic experience takes full advantage of this by setting you up in the middle of it all, surrounded by the great outdoors. Take in the views, savor the delicious food and drinks, and simply enjoy the moment. But we continue beyond the food and drinks. Taking pictures is a big part of any travel experience, so we include a phone tripod in our picnic setup. It's the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and connect with nature. You will have 2 hours to enjoy the picnic together with classic outdoor games. Smartphone tripod with bluetooth is also available to take some cool photos and videos.
Farm Animal Experience near Oamaru
Visit our 300 acre bull beef farm, learn a little about what and how we farm and then meet, feed and pet our collection of cute farm animals. The tour begins at the family house where we will get you into a pair of gumboots (don't forget to bring a pair of socks). There is no set order as to how the tour goes, it all depends on where the animals are located at that time and also what is happening on the farm. It will take one hour, possibly longer depending on how many questions are asked. We will discuss the process of rearing bulls from calves and then fattening for market. The majority of the tour is spent meeting our farm pets and feeding them so if you love animals this is your chance to get close and personal. We have 3 alpaca, pet sheep, Eponine the Kune Kune pig, a large flock of chickens and ducks. Usually we are accompanied by some of the farm dogs. From October - February the chickens and ducks are breeding so sometimes you will get to see fluffy babies. From August -October we are rearing calves so bottle feeding a calf is possible. Bottle feeding lambs is sometimes available August - October. May-August is when our bulls are grazing on winter feed, which is quite interesting. Farming in New Zealand is different from a lot of other countries as our animals are outdoors and grass-fed for the majority of the year.
Wine Tour with the Wine Doctor
We depart from the Station Building, in the city centre at 1:30 PM. We will set off for the heart of Gibbston on a small group half-day tour to visit three cellar doors and journey into the ‘valley of the vines’ to discover these vineyards nestled amongst the spectacular mountain ranges and dramatic river gorges. In one of the wineries, we will savour a vineyard platter or a cheeseboard to pair with the wines. We will visit boutique wineries that are off the beaten path. There is no set routine, so every day is an adventure. The choice of the wineries visited will vary each day based on your individual group's dynamics. The overall focus is on high-quality wines and friendly and informative staff. As I am also passionate about photography, I will take photos of the whole experience and will send you all the images by email after the tour, at no additional cost. I offer the tours in English, Portuguese and Spanish. Other things to note A minimum of 3 people is required for this activity to take place. If no others book for the day, we will get in touch with you and full refunds will be made or alternative dates offered.
Jade Carving Workshop Christchurch
This a great introduction to Jade carving and a very hands on, immersive experience. All my jade carving equipment is for one person, so you will be the only person in the studio carving the Jade. I look forward to welcome you into my, personal daily, workspace. I will go over any health and safety tips as well as explaining how my equipment works. You will be able to pick a piece of Jade which speaks to you, due to it color, size or shape. You can also choose to work with a special beach pebble you may have found. Please note: the sizes of Jade to choose from are up to 70mm long. I can provide a bigger size for additional cost. (Incase bring some cash money with you) The next step will be to make a simple sketch appropriate to the stone you chose. From here on the fun will begin! You get to carve your basic design and get to see it come to life in your hands! I will show you all the processes to complete your art work to your liking. Some processes are grinding the Jade with diamond wheels, drilling holes, sanding and polishing. Please note that we are working with genuine New Zealand Jade which will have its own characteristics and inclusions and may not always take a high shiny polish. In the 3 hours you will be able to create a basic shape appropriate to your skill level, too intricate work is not very realistic. No previous experience needed to do this workshop.
E-bike the Dunstan Trail with Luxury Return Shuttle
Meet David from nzbiketrails in Cromwell, ride the 'must do' 42km Dunstan Trail on a brand new e-bike to historic Clyde for a celebratory drink and refreshments. David will then shuttle you back to your starting point in our Mercedes Sprinter at approximately 3pm. This is a great day of e-biking on the Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail. This ride is recommended for confident and active riders over 15 years of age. If you are a single rider please contact David prior to booking to ensure that there is an experience operating on that date preventing the experience being cancelled.
eBike Wine Tour Ride to the Vines
There is no better way to explore Otago wineries than on a powered bicycle. Cruising around the grape vines through the Gibbston Valley vineyards, you will saturate your senses with a fresh view on the wine you drink everyday. The key to a great wine tasting tour in Central Otago is to slow down and savour the experience with the help of our knowledgeable guide, who will take you to the most sensational wineries to share all of the wine making secrets. A powerful eBike does all the work for you. You don’t have to be an athletic road cyclist. Our eBikes will save your energy and flatten any hills. ‘Ride to the Vines’ guided eBike tour starts in the historic gold mining village of Arrowtown and runs along the Arrow and Kawarau rivers, crossing 4 magical suspension bridges. The bike path continues over the world-famous Kawarau Bungy Bridge and finally brings you to Wine Paradise of Otago – Gibbston Valley. Ride through manicured vineyards where you will learn about vine growing process. Visit 2 boutique wineries where you will taste local wine with artisan platter. With Guided eBike Tour 'Ride to the Vines' you will have a Memorable experience!
Vogel Street Walk
We'll meet in front of Vogel Street Kitchen (76 Vogel Street). After introductions and a short health and safety briefing, I'll provide some historical context, then lead you on a walk through Dunedin's warehouse precinct. The focus will be on the sensitive redevelopment that has recently transformed this neighbourhood. We'll move through some very funky public, semi-public and private spaces, and hear the backstories of several repurposed buildings. We may even meet some neighbourhood heroes. Other things to note: We must take precautions to limit the spread of COVID19. There is currently no requirement to mask up on the walk, but masks are provided and those who wish to wear them are encouraged to do so. We should maintain a little space from others we meet on the walk, especially in indoor settings. We will always respect New Zealand government advisories on COVID19 or similar challenges.
Express Wine Tour & Māori Culture Wānaka
This is a relaxing, educational and entertaining wine tour via visiting 2-3 vineyards, that also embraces history (Māori footprint leading into the Gold Rush 1860's), the whenua/land of our beautiful region and and the beautiful wines of our Central Otago region. If you can't see suitable availability, please send me a message and I'll see what I can do to host you. We depart Wānaka at either 11:00am, with the Māori greeting the Hongi and the importance in establishing the connection with you the guest and the Māori people of New Zealand and the land(unfortunately due to contact and safety restrictions the Hongi will be explained only), then with a 5 minute drive to Rippon Vineyard where the view will take your breath away where a selection of Pinot Noir, Gris, Sav Blanc, Rose and more will be in tasting through the day. The first winery being Rippon or Aitkens Folly, Maude winery or Māori Point vineyard for more tasting our drive back to Wānaka and your accommodation. Along this tour you will get an insight into the Māori footprint and history from many hundreds of years ago of the beautiful Otago region along with combining the wonderful present being the beautiful wines of this region. To give you the authentic New Zealand experience all tastings and transfers are included. There is a minimum of 2 guests per experience required.
Wine Tour & Māori Culture Queenstown
This is a relaxing, educational and entertaining wine tour visiting 3-4 vineyards, that also embraces history (Māori footprint leading into the Gold Rush 1860's), the whenua/land of our beautiful region and and the beautiful wines of our Central Otago region. If you can't see suitable availability, please send me a message and I'll see what I can do to host you. We depart Queenstown where you will be picked up from your accommodation in the WanaHaka® vehicle from 10:30- 11:00am with the Māori greeting the Hongi establishing the connection with you the guest and the Māori people of New Zealand and the land, then with a 15 minute drive to Gibbston and Lake Hayes where a selection of Pinot Noir, Gris, Sav Blanc and more will be in tasting. The first winery being Mora near Arrowtown, following that we drive via the Gold Rush historic area of Arrowtown and venture a quick stop into the Kawarau bridge where the famous Kawarau AJ Hackett Bungy resides, we then visit the Mt Rosa winery with more beautiful wines and a cheese platter. Moving slowly but surely onto either Wet Jacket or Amsfield to see the historic sheep shed before our drive back to Queenstown. Along this tour you will get an insight into the Māori footprint and history from many hundreds of years ago of the beautiful Otago and Queenstown region. In this price all transfers, tastings and food are included.
Sunset Landscape Photography Tour
A photographic tour is a enjoyable outdoor adventure combined with insightful guidance on maximising the use of your camera. You will learn life long skills on the fine art of landscape photography from an award-winning photographer, while discovering some unforgettable locations. Half day tour from Queenstown exploring Skippers Canyon: Afternoon Tour - For Sunset Locations in and around Skippers Canyon. Glen will collect you from your hotel long before sunset, and return you once the ideal time for natural light photography has disappeared. Please dress appropriately for all weather, and remember to bring: Camera Tripod (If you have one) Fully charged battery. You will be taken to the most optimal location for taking stunning Landscape photos. Glen will also tutor you in the best way to capture both what you see and what you feel. Minimum 1 person, maximum 4 people. Other things to note Weather can vary in Queenstown, bring clothing for both cold and hot weather, and sensible shoes and a hat.