New Zealand's Queenstown is a place of pilgrim for the thrill seekers with thriving scene of bungee jumping, Ski-boating and rafting and so forth. But, what to do after you have torn muscles and are completely soaked. Here's our pick of less thrilling activities, to restore your body alongside having a good time.
Revitalize yourself in Japanese-style hot pools
Reviving at private Japanese-style hot pools, with superb vistas of the remote Shotover River, is the best choice after a tiring adventure. The vistas from every pool can be customized as per ones' wish for increasing privacy as showers are generally taken up by couples. Strengthen your Love by igniting your senses with fragrance based treatment in the candlelit settings. Book your showers in the highly captivating nightfall time.
Tingle your Taste buds at Gibbston Wine & Food Festival
In summers, New Zealand organizes many culinary fests, out of which the Gibbston Wine and Food Festival is seemingly the best. Settled away in Kawararau valley, the colorful vineyards of the district hold a climate, in which extravagant and exquisite wines thrives. Bands and Cooking classes add to the charisma of one-day celebration in the mid-march. For jaw-dropping scenery, take a chopper ride to see the heavenly vistas of the vineyards nearby river valley, which is a sheer bliss.
Cherish the Ecstasies of Glenorchy on a horseback
Towards the north of Lake Wakatipu, the sleepy town of Glenorchy is a calmer substitute to the clamoring territories of the Queenstown. Past the northern limits of the lake, the scene changes euphorically into a blend of segregated ranch, Soaring Mountain tops glacier streams. This exotic land is best roam around on a horseback. The entrancing journeys vary from one-hour ride along the Rees waterway valley to overnight stays in rustic cabins in the midst of the jungles.
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