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Best of Queenstown Scenic Tour

See more with Altitude Tours and let us show you around Queenstown like a local.


Visit iconic scenic viewpoints, walk the quaint streets of Arrowtown, watch the fearless Bungy jump, taste Pinot in Gibbston, and take a cruise on mighty Lake Whakatipu - all in an easy half day adventure.

Join a small group sightseeing tour around the top locations in Queenstown See the iconic viewpoints around Queenstown and the Whakatipu Basin Stroll the historic gold mining streets of Arrowtown - gold pans provided on tour Witness the fearless Bungy jump off the Kawarau Bridge or jump yourself (10:45am bungy, additional cost) Enjoy a wine tasting and shared cheese board at a local Gibbston winery (non-alcoholic options are available) Take a private boat cruise on Lake Whakatipu Be entertained by your knowledgeable local guide
Start with the View
Start your day meeting your friendly guide in the Queenstown Town Centre. From here we start our sightseeing with a short drive to the top of Queenstown Hill, where we take in the iconic viewpoint showing off the town and famous backdrop.
Explore Historic Arrowtown
Enjoy the scenic drive out past the famous Shotover River, where we watch jet boats speed through canyons, before passing under Coronet Peak ski field on the drive to Arrowtown. In Arrowtown, we allow you free time to explore this adorable mining village. Join our guide for gold panning, or take one of our maps and explore on your own, visiting the famous Arrowtown Bakery, and local gift stores, or stock up on treats from the Remarkable Sweet Shop.
Bungy Jumps & Pinot Noir
From here we continue our journey to the Gibbston wine region, a stretch of road lined with vines and home to world-famous Pinot Noir. Our first stop takes us on a thrilling turn, visiting the Kawarau Bungy Bridge, the home of Bungy jumping and a great spot to watch the fearless (or jump, if you are brave enough!), before visiting The Church for a wine tasting and shared cheese board.
Finish with a Cruise
The journey doesn't finish there. After heading back toward Queenstown, we meet a boat charter in the Frankton Marina, which will take you on a guided 25-minute lake cruise on Lake Whakatipu showing you the sights from the water before dropping you off back in Queenstown Bay in the Queenstown Town Centre.
Experience the Unforgettable
Let us take you around Queenstown like a local and discover more with Altitude Tours. The 4.5-hour Best of Queenstown Tour departs the Station Building, central Queenstown at 8:30am, arriving back to Queenstown Bay at 1:00 pm.

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From NZ$209.00

Twilight Wine & Craft Beer Tour

It's always 5 o'clock at Altitude Tours. Join the Twilight Wine & Craft Beer Tour for an entertaining late afternoon, taste bud-tingling adventure.


Visit three unique locations around Queenstown and Gibbston for tastings of either local wine or craft beers, and tuck into shared antipasto platters before continuing your evening in town.
Visit three tasting rooms around Gibbston and Queenstown Taste over 12 different locally produced wines or beers Choose between local wines or local craft beers at each spot Tuck into an included shared antipasto platter Be hosted by a fun and friendly wine-certified guide Enjoy a personal small group tour with other wine and beer lovers A late afternoon departure allows you to do more in Queenstown



Your Taste-bud Tingling Afternoon
Meet your friendly local guide in the Queenstown town centre outside The Station Building on Camp Street. From here we travel out and enjoy exploring the Gibbston wine region and Queenstown, visiting a diverse range of cellar doors offering unique collections of both local wines and craft beers.
GT Tasting

Our first stop of the day is the Gibbston Tavern, where you will find the GT Tasting Room. Fun and local at heart they have teamed up with local winemakers to produce wines exclusively for them. The beers available for tasting haven’t come far either, a local Gibbston Brewery called Alpine Ale Works craft beers just 1km down the road to produce refreshing lagers & ales and to top it off finishing with a locally made Ginger Beer which all the Queenstown locals love to support.
Kinross
Kinross is our second stop and a fantastic location to try a range of different wines across multiple labels. Along with producing their own wines, their cellar door host will also showcase wines from smaller producers and share their incredible stories of how they came to be.

They are also hosting Altitude Brewery beers, a small batch brewery from Queenstown which have continuously won the title of ‘Best Small Batch Brewery in New Zealand’, they love what they do and want to keep it their way, with no consideration to expand they are able to experiment and make delicious craft beers that are always going to excite and delight.
Canyon Brewing


Nestled on the shores of the famous Shotover River is where you’ll find Canyon Brewing. They started small but have quickly grown to be well-known around New Zealand and this bustling brewery is known for its delicious food, apres ski parties, and of course the delicious beers. Along with their selection of craft beers, they have a rotating array of local Central Otago wines which include, Peregrine Wines, Lake Hayes Estate, Wet Jacket, Nanny Goat, and the list goes on. It’s an impressive wine list full of some of the local favourite boutique wineries.
It is here we will tuck into shared antipasto platters, the perfect entre before being dropped back into Queenstown Town Centre at 7 pm and carrying on your evening activities.


Locations are subject to change, however in the case where we cannot visit one of the mentioned cellar doors, it will replaced with an equally great location with delicious wines to taste.

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From NZ$219.00

Queenstown Wine Sampler

Join Altitude Tours on this classic Queenstown wine tour to explore, taste, and savour wines across four of the finest and boutique cellar doors in the region.


Throughout the day, you can enjoy tasting over 18 spectacular cool-climate wines, with the option of a scrumptious lunch (additional cost ordered on the day). You will be well looked after and hosted by an Altitude wine guide and cellar staff, and be educated and entertained with local winemaking facts and stories.

Visit four cellar doors in the Gibbston wine region Taste over 18 spectacular cool-climate wines, both reds and whites Take a look into the Gibbston Valley Winery underground wine cave Enjoy a personal small group tour with other wine lovers Choose to indulge in a sumptuous winery lunch (ordered and paid on the day) Be hosted by a fun and friendly wine-certified guide

Your Wine Sampler Day:
Start your day being met by your wine-certified guide at or near your Queenstown accommodation. From there, we'll travel a short distance to the Gibbston wine region, home to top-rated wineries, award-winning winemakers, and, of course, delicious Pinot Noir.

Gibbston Valley Winery
Our first location is the iconic Gibbston Valley Winery. Gibbston Valley is one of the region's founding wineries and it's here that we will join a guided tour through New Zealand's largest underground wine cave and enjoy tastings of some of their world-famous wines.
Kinross
Kinross is our second stop and a fantastic location to try a range of different wines across multiple labels. Along with producing their own wines, their cellar door host will also showcase wines from smaller producers and share their incredible stories of how they came to be. After your wine tasting, we allow extra time to enjoy lunch. Kinross has a range of delicious dishes on its menu, including pizzas, platters, smaller bites, and mains. This is ordered and paid directly on the day, giving you the flexibility to order what you would like based on your taste and budget.
Mt Rosa Wines
Mt Rosa is a smaller owner-operated winery and their stunning location is situated just below the impressive Nevis Bluff. Sitting in the vines, their newly built cellar door building gives you a sophisticated backdrop to a delicious tasting menu. Their cellar door host will take you through different varieties of their single-label wines. Their mulled wine is a customer highlight!
The Church Cellar Door

We finish our tasting tour at The Church Tasting Room. This is a picturesque location, in a small refurbished church sitting on large sweeping grounds. This is the tasting room for Mt Edward Wines, who are a family-run producer in Gibbston growing small batches from single vineyard sites. Their wines include Pinot Noir, Gamay, Chardonnay, and Chenin.
Experience the Unforgettable
Let us take you on a top-rated wine-tasting journey and experience more with Altitude Tours. The Wine Tour departs Queenstown at 10am and returns at 4pm.


Locations are subject to change, however in the case where we cannot visit one of the mentioned cellar doors, it will replaced with an equally great location with delicious wines to taste.

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From NZ$329.00

Central Otago Food & Wine Tour

Join Altitude Tours on a full-day food and wine tour and explore, taste, and savor at four separate wine-tasting experiences around Central Otago, with a delicious lunch and platters enjoyed at locally renowned locations.
This day is designed for those who love and appreciate wine and the wine-making process, allowing them to venture further into the depths of Central Otago wine and its fascinating history.




Join a full-day, 8-hour guided wine tour from Queenstown. Enjoy tastings at 4 cellar doors across Gibbston, Cromwell & Bannockburn. Explore more at a behind-the-scenes barrel room experience Enjoy a trust-the-chef tapas lunch at the famous Bannockburn Hotel. Finish with a shared cheese board at the final location. Be hosted by a fun and friendly wine-certified guide Join a personal small group tour with other wine lovers


You will start your day being met by your wine-certified guide at or near your Queenstown accommodation. From here we will travel one hour from Queenstown to Central Otago and its sub-wine regions, well known for top-class wineries and award-winning wines, including Central Otago’s world-famous Pinot Noirs.
Throughout the day you will enjoy four separate wine-tasting experiences at both smaller boutique cellar doors as well as more established locations, including a barrel room tour, where you will enjoy learning information, stories, and facts about the region and wine from your charismatic guide and cellar staff. Included also are all of your meals, including a trust-the-chef lunch at a locally renown restaurant, and a cheese board to enjoy at your final location at the end of the day.


How the day looks:


Carrick
Welcome to the wine-growing area of Bannockburn which has the world's only man-made wine terroir (created by the gold miners in the 19th century). Known as the 'heart of the desert' is the driest part of Central Otago, it's made up of largely clay soils creating more structured and savory style wines. Our first location is Carrick where you will learn about their vineyard and wines by joining a fantastic tour of the Carrick vineyard, winery, and barrel cellar, followed by a wine tasting.
Te Kano
Te Kano is Māori for ‘The Seed’, signifying that the seeds we plant today will blossom for future generations. They combine their passion for sustainability and protecting the land, with their love of Central Otago wines to produce delicious blends across a range of wine series. Here we will enjoy a tasting of their unique wines while enjoying their beautiful cellar door and Central Otago backdrop.
Bannockburn Hotel
Now it's lunchtime at The Bannockburn Hotel. This is a locally renowned restaurant in the heart of wine country. Here we will enjoy their trust-the-chef tapas menu inspired by the owner's time living and working across Europe and Latin America. Combining tapas style, small and sharing plate dishes with amazing local produce, with a menu changing seasonally.
Misha's Vineyard
We then head to Misha's Vineyard tasting room in the quaint township of Cromwell. Here we will try not only their Pinot Noirs but a range of aromatic white varieties, such as Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Rose, Pinot Gris, and Gewurztraminer.

Kinross
We start the drive back towards Queenstown, stopping at the famous Central Otago wine-growing region, Gibbston. Our last location is Kinross, a local favourite and the perfect place to wrap up a day of exploring Central Otago. Here you will enjoy a relaxed wine-tasting experience and will be offered a selection of wines on a tasting flightboard to enjoy with a shared cheese platter.


Locations are subject to change, however in the case where we cannot visit one of the mentioned cellar doors, it will replaced with an equally great location with delicious wines to taste.

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  • Queenstown 9300
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