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7 Day - Queenstown Relaxing Luxury Getaway

7 Day - Queenstown Relaxing Luxury Getaway

A Week of Total Indulgence in Paradise. Queenstown is one of New Zealand’s most exciting destinations. Surrounded by towering mountains, positioned on the edge of a lake, Queenstown is a hub of fun, indulgence, and relaxation in breathtaking surroundings. It is the perfect base to enjoy the finer things in life and simply relax.

Queenstown sits on the shore of the lake Wakatipu among dramatic alpine ranges. Queenstown is known around the world as the ultimate adventure bucket list, but there are plenty of mellow options available. Experience one of the many walking and hiking trails, sightseeing tours or indulge yourself with spa treatments, boutique shopping, and excellent food and wine.

If you looking for a luxury experience on a small scale and do appreciate the finer things you will love Lanah Residence only minutes away from the airport in the sunny part of Kawarau Village. Quietly tucked away on the lake’s edge The Lanah is the perfect Queenstown getaway location. Relax and enjoy this exclusive residence surrounded by magnificent mountain views from every angle. This prestigious owner's suite, exclusive access suite showcases the best of the best. Enter from the ground floor in a private elevator into 180-degree views of Lake Wakatipu, Coronet Peak, and The Remarkables mountain range. A large king-size bed and window lounge area provides you all the serenity you need. With a large dining table and kitchenette. The spacious bathroom has a large bathtub, separate toilet, and complimentary robes. You will also have direct access to a private sunroof and panoramic Jacuzzi tub.

The Lanah Residence is located within easy walking distance to the popular Wakatipu Grill and other restaurants nearby. The Queenstown Ferry wharf is a short walk away connecting you to golf courses, the Queenstown marina, and Queenstown’s CBD. Queenstown airport, shopping centres, and cafes are located not far from the residence, within walking distance or a short taxi ride away.

On your first night experience in your own surroundings some of New Zealand's finest food from chef Toni Clarke, whose knowledge of food and hospitality is second to none. 

Plan Your Tour

Highlights

Self-drive (or as private guided for extra charges) Tour 6 nights
Category:
Culture
Location: South Island
Departing/Finishing: Queenstown
Accommodation: 5* lakeshore boutique hotel B&B
Next Departure: Daily

LOCATIONS AND HIGHLIGHTS:
Day 1: Queenstown arrival
Explore Queenstown city center.
Private dinner at your residence. 
Day 2: Queenstown - Area tour/Arrowtown
Travel back in time to historic gold-mining settlement Arrowtown.
Lunch at an award-winning Amisfield winery, Wine tasting at Gibbston Valley
Or: The Cloudy Bay Shed private wine tasting
Day 3: Queenstown - Day trip Fiordland National Park
Scenic flight (or helicopter for an extra charge) to Milford Sounds
(Or: Earnslaw Burn Ultimate Paradise Picnic)
Day 4: Queenstown - Day trip to Glenorchy/Paradise
Visit/walk stunning nearby Glenorchy and Paradise valley
Join an exhilarating jet boat trip to explore further up the river valley.
(Or: Zipline in a beautiful mature forest over a pristine alpine stream)
Day 5: Queenstown - Day trip Lake Wanaka
Tour Cardrona distillery and learn how we make gin
Take a 4WD Nature Safaris in the most stunning surroundings
(Or: Join an Eco Cruise on Lake Wanaka & take a nature walk on Mou Waho Island
Day 6: Queenstown  
Day for relaxing and shopping
Visit Onsen Hot pools and (optional: take a spa for extra charges)
Queenstown Progressive Dinner Tour 
(Or: Play a game of golf, horse trek, bike ride, fly-fish, and much more)
Day 7: Queenstown departure

Price inclusive of GST:
5* boutique lakefront hotel from NZ$4250
 per person
(double/twin share) inclusive of Luxury Rental Car.
(7-day Standard SUV or Luxury Sedan,
unlimited kilometers, Excess Reduction, Roadside Assistance)
3-course private dinner at Residence
4-course chefs lunch at Amisfiled winery
4hrs scenic flight/cruise/flight into Milford Sounds 
5hrs Dart River Jetboat experience 
1,5hrs Tour of Cardrona distillery
2hrs 4WD Nature Safaris at the Lake Wanaka
1h soak/entry fee for Onsen Pools (spa treatment extra charges)
3-course Queenstown Progressive Dinner Tour 

Day 1: Queenstown arrival

Queenstown is one of New Zealand's top visitor destinations and if you come to the region you'll understand why. Queenstown sits on the shore of crystal-clear Lake Wakatipu amidst dramatic mountain ranges; this stunning location will blow you away. Queenstown is suited to all kinds of adventures – especially throughout summer. Activities like paragliding, Zip lining, 4WD Driving, and kayaking are the perfect way to enjoy Queenstown’s beautiful outdoors. Other activities like skydiving, jet boating, river rafting, and bungy jumping offer a fun and exhilarating day out. If adventure isn’t your thing and you just need time to kick back and relax, there are plenty of rejuvenating experiences on offer. Treat yourself to some boutique shopping and be sure to experience the excellent local food and wine. A popular holiday spot at any time of the year, Queenstown is renowned for its four distinctive seasons. Winter brings crisp, blue-sky days, spring retains the snow but blooms into longer, warmer days, summer offers sunshine and long twilights, and autumn a burst of brilliant red and gold. Queenstown is rated internationally as one of the world’s top holiday destinations.

Queenstown has transformed into a sophisticated cosmopolitan town, tucked into a picturesque bay on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, beneath majestic mountains. There’s a permanent buzz in downtown Queenstown, where you’ll find a fantastic choice of restaurants, a lively bar scene, and excellent shopping. 

Tonight enjoy a private dinner at your residence.
Accommodation: Lanah Residence 

Day 2: Queenstown - Arrowtown, Gibbston Valley

Arrowtown is a living historic settlement with many stories to tell. Wander the tree-lined streets of restored cottages and explore gold mining sites. One of the most picturesque settlements in New Zealand, Arrowtown sits alongside the gold-bearing Arrow River. The town was established in 1862, during the height of the Otago gold rush. The settlement grew quickly as pioneers constructed cottages, shops, hotels, and churches, more than 60 of which can still be seen today. A special highlight is a Chinese settlement at the edge of the river. Built by Chinese miners from 1868, this area of restored shelters and buildings paints a picture of earlier times. In April and May Arrowtown ignites with color as deciduous trees prepare for winter. A festival is held in the last week of April to celebrate the town's seasonal beauty and glittering history

Everything about Amisfield is of the earth, including the stone building that houses our acclaimed Bistro and Cellar Door. While you settle in and catch your breath, the backdrop is breathtaking with views towards Lake Hayes and Coronet Peak. Indeed, it’s not unusual for our wait staff to be told visitors haven’t yet looked at the menu.

The Gibbston Valley is the coolest and highest of the Central Otago regions with the majority of land gently sloping to the north. This northerly aspect greatly assists vineyards to grow grapes because of increased sunlight and with a reduced possibility of frost, although this still poses a significant threat. Today you will visit a number of vineyards and wineries in the area. The towering cliffs and rugged hillsides of the Kawarau Gorge take you through the heart of one of New Zealand’s most historic gold mining regions.

Or: Nestled between the bronzed hills of our Northburn Vineyard and the splendid Lake Dunstan, our Central Otago Cellar Door showcases the full range of Cloudy Bay wines. In winter, the burning fireplaces invite visitors to enjoy a tasting flight in a cozy and warm atmosphere, whereas in summer our breathtaking outdoor spaces appeal to those wishing to indulge in a moment of relaxation. A lunch menu is also available to pair with our wines.

Day 3: Queenstown - Flight/cruise Milford Sounds

One of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand; the power of Fiordland's scenery never fails to enthrall travelers. This remarkable natural environment features stunning fiords, spectacular waterfalls, and snow-capped peaks. Ancient rainforest clings impossibly to the mountains; waterfalls tumble hundreds of meters into massive fiords; shimmering lakes and granite peaks look the same today as they did a thousand years ago. A fiord is defined as a u-shaped glacier-carved valley that has been flooded by the sea. The fourteen fiords that fringe this south-west corner of the South Island were 100,000 years in the making, with the final details added during the most recent ice age just 10,000 years ago. On all sides of the fiords, spectacular waterfalls tumble incessantly as the region's plentiful rainfall finds its way to the sea.

The flight to and from Milford Sound has regularly been described as the most spectacular part of the trip. This trip covers the same scenic flight path as the Milford Sound Fly/Cruise/Fly options, but as opposed to joining a cruise on arrival in Milford Sound, you will instead use the time to take a self-guided walk along the shoreline in Milford Sound or head to the cafe for a delicious coffee and cake. This trip is ideal for those who prefer to not take to the water on a boat, or who would like to take a leisurely stroll in Milford Sound, whilst enjoying photography opportunities.

Or: Helicopter to Earnslaw Burn Direct. 
Fly over schist covered slopes with a bird’s eye views of Queenstown’s historical gold mining sites on the way to this incredible landing site. A filming location for LOTR’s The Hobbit and recently featured on TV’s Travel Guides. Land on the valley floor and explore, with the blue ice of the Earnslaw Glacier towering above. See the astounding number of waterfalls spilling down the valley walls.

Day 4: Queenstown - Day trip Glenorchy

Just 45 minutes from Queenstown, Glenorchy is nestled on the northern shores of Lake Wakatipu & is the gateway to hiking trails and Middle‑earth magic. This rustic town is a true outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Set against a background of native beech forest and towering mountain ranges, Glenorchy’s surroundings are nothing short of awe-inspiring. Glenorchy’s spectacular landscapes have become a prime location for film scouts, depicting many scenes from The Lord of the Rings trilogy as well as featuring in the Narnia movies. Twenty kilometers away from Glenorchy, as bucolic farmland gives way to beech forests, lies Paradise

An unmissable journey into the Dart River Valley, where myth, heritage, and fantasy come to life. The Dart River Wilderness Jet is an exhilarating and spectacular journey deep into the heart of the world-renowned Mt Aspiring National Park. We are the only jet boat operator allowed on the Dart River. This rich and diverse landscape offers a unique combination of breathtaking scenery, exhilarating experiences, and New Zealand’s most exciting jet boating along glacier-fed rivers. Our professional and highly trained staff will guide you along your journey, sharing stories of the area’s amazing history, great Maori legends, and Greenstone trail. Stroll through ancient beech forest, unchanged in over 80 million years, and view the scenic backgrounds for many Middle Earth movie scenes.

Or: The Paradise Ziplines experience is an 8-line zipline course, which takes you on a very diverse journey by wire and walking track through the pristine native forest of the Oxburn stream valley. The lines vary; from up high with stunning views out to Mt Aspiring National Park and Paradise, through the beautiful native forest canopy, to just meters above an alpine stream. The drive from Queenstown to Glenorchy is rated one of the best in the world! 

Day 5: Queenstown - Day trip to Lake Wanaka

This exclusive Gin tour takes in the distillation of our pure spirit and then turns to focus exclusively on the crafting of our The Source Gin. The Cardrona Distillery is a family-owned and managed distillery nestled high in the Cardrona Valley between Wanaka and Queenstown the spirits are made from scratch using time-honored craftsmanship, starting with just malted barley, water, and yeast. 

45 kilometers long and covering 193 square kilometers, the crystal clear waters of Lake Wanaka are perfect for jet boaters, sailors, and kayakers to explore. Nestled below towering mountains, Wanaka is the most tranquility set of the South Island lakes. is much more than a winter destination. Year-round activities include fishing, hiking, canyoning, climbing, and skydiving. Excavated by massive glaciers more than 10,000 years ago, Lakes Wanaka and Hawea lie side by side. At a sliver of land known as The Neck, which is just 1000 meters wide, the glaciers were once joined. Lake Wanaka is the source of New Zealand's largest river, the Clutha. Lake Hawea feeds into the Hawea River, which joins the Clutha at Albert Town. Ringed by pebbly beaches and with magnificent views of the surrounding peaks, both lakes offer a variety of adventures, especially during the long, hot months of summer.

Come experience New Zealand's most authentic 4WD adventure. The perfect mix of incredible scenery, history, heritage, and farming life. This will be a genuine highlight of your New Zealand holiday. Explore remote and seldom traveled back roads of an authentic New Zealand High Country farm overlooking sparkling Lake Wanaka. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, glaciers, and wild river valleys you'll see farm animals including Red Deer, cattle, and sheep up close and in their natural environment. Visit historical sites and experience what life was like for Wanaka's first farmers. Enjoy 2 optional walks through pristine alpine meadows and ancient lakeside forests. This journey offers a unique insight into Wanaka’s rich history, heritage, modern-day farming life, and breath-taking scenery.

Or: Boat cruise to the remote and magical Mou Waho Island nature reserve, which is predator-free and home to the rare flightless Buff Weka (extinct on the mainland since 1920). A one hour return guided bush walk is included, which takes you up to reveal the island’s secret – a lake right on top of the island!

Day 6: Queenstown - Day for relaxing

Enjoy a day of relaxing or shopping. Or add another one of your favorite activities.

Onsen Hot Pools is located high on a cliffside overlooking the magnificent Shotover River canyon, providing views over breathtaking alpine scenery and the perfect vantage point to watch the Shotover Jet jetboats on the river below. Onsen Hot Pools are hot and steamy on snowy days, warm and sheltered on rainy days, cool and shady on sunny days, and simply magical in the evenings!  A unique feature of Onsen Hot Pools is the retractable picture windows & roof: Convert your pool room from indoor to outdoor and back again at the touch of a button!

Experience the very best of Queenstown’s renowned wineries and restaurants on the region’s first Progressive Dinner Tour. Visiting three iconic locations and dining at renowned Amisfield Bistro, Aosta, and Eichardt's Hotel for each of your 3 courses.
  

Day 7: Queenstown departure

Experiences in this tour