5 NIGHTS: Auckland (2N) → Queenstown (3N)
7 NIGHTS: Queenstown (2N) → Rotorua (2N) → Hahei (3N)
6 NIGHTS: Christchurch (3N) → Queenstown (3N)
10 NIGHTS: Queenstown (3N) → Wanaka (2N) → Auckland (3N) → Tauranga (2N)
11 NIGHTS: Auckland (2N) → Queenstown (2N) → Sydney (3N) → Melbourne (4N)
9 NIGHTS: Dunedin (2N) → Wanaka (2N) → Lake Tekapo (2N) → Queenstown (3N)
13 NIGHTS: Paihia (3N) → Queenstown (5N) → Mount Cook (1N) → Franz Josef (2N) → Christchurch (2N)
11 NIGHTS: Sydney (2N) → Cairns (3N) → Queenstown (3N) → Franz Josef (2N) → Christchurch (1N)
11 NIGHTS: Auckland (2N) → Rotorua (2N) → Coromandel (1N) → Queenstown (3N) → Franz Josef (2N) → Christchurch (1N)
15 NIGHTS: Christchurch (3N) → Queenstown (4N) → Paihia (2N) → Hahei (2N) → Coromandel (2N) → Rotorua (2N)
Queenstown beach packages
Imagine a place, where you can have both hills and beaches side by side? Isn’t that straight out of a dream? Well, that’s what awaits you in Queenstown. Queenstown houses five famous beaches that are equally unique and filled with natural beauty. These beaches are one among the many reasons why Queenstown is a perfect summer getaway spot. So, let us brief you on what to expect in your Queenstown holiday package focusing more on the beaches.
The astounding Queenstown Beaches
Queenstown is one of the most popular tourist destinations in New Zealand. And Its biggest attractions are definitely its beaches. For beginners, let’s start with the Queenstown Bay. The most popular beach in Queenstown. It’s a great spot for a swim during the hot summer. And if you’re looking for kayaking and other few water sports, this is a great place. Up next. Are you looking for a beach where you can stay peacefully all by yourself along with very few others? Then, Sunshine Bay is your destination. And the view from the shore at the Sunshine Bay is of another realm. A perfect spot for all your cool photoshoot sessions. On to the next, Wilson Bay. Have you ever heard of Wakeboarding? If you haven’t, you will, for Wilson Bay is known for being a great spot for Wakeboarding. Our next stop is Kelvin Height Beach. A beach, known for its beautiful sight at the majestic hills and also for being the best spot for paddle boarding and yachting. It is an apt location for anyone who wants to get their adrenaline pumping. As it has several activities that make you go crazy. On to the next. If you’re a person who’s looking for a spot to go fishing, then Bob’s Cove is your haven. To be honest, it’s more of a hidden gem. So we’re pretty sure you will have a great experience and a lot of long-lasting memories to make in your trip to the beaches in Queenstown.
Best time to visit Queenstown
The best time to visit Queenstown is from the months of December to February due to the summer. As the activities are at its peak. And the prices are also affordable during these months. And the most important thing is that the crowd is less during these months.