Christchurch to Queenstown via Mt Cook incl Lunch - GS62L

Great Sights - Christchurch

Cost:

A$642 (2 Passengers)

Duration:

11 hours.

Departure Days:

Daily.

Departure Time:

7:30am.

Departure Point:

182 Armagh Street (outside the InterCity Travel Centre), Christchurch.

Pickup:

Central Christchurch accommodation (please advise at time of booking). Ashburton pick up from 8:59am.

Dropoff:

Central Queenstown accommodation

Meals:

Lunch.

Book

On Request

Cost:

A$642 (2 Passengers)

Inclusions:


Scenic coach tour from Christchurch to Queenstown via Mount Cook.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Suitable outdoor clothing.
- Camera.

Itinerary:

Valid for 01APR15-31MAR18:
A Great Sights vehicle will pick you up from your accommodation to commence a full day tour from Christchurch to Queenstown via Mount Cook. Depart Christchurch and travel through diverse farmland to Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd and take in the sights of the spectacular Southern Alps mountain range before continuing on to the location of New Zealand's tallest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook. Stop for lunch in Mt Cook Village and take advantage of your time here to enjoy the majestic scenery. In the afternoon the tour continues south through the tawny tussock of the Mackenzie Country. En-route, enjoy afternoon tea (at own expense) in the quaint village of Omarama and a visit to the Jones Family Orchard (time permitting), near Cromwell. Tour concludes in Queenstown at approximately 6:30pm, at which time accommodation drop offs will commence.

Queenstown nestles in Queenstown Bay, about midway along the eastern shores of the azure blue waters of Lake Wakatipu. An unusual feature of the lake is the regular "breathing", a 3-inch rise and fall every 15 minutes. Striking mountain peaks surround Queenstown, and although still rural in character, the town has developed into a tourist resort for all seasons. Situated more than 300 metres above sea level, it is sufficiently inland to provide a sharp contrast between the hot summer and bracing winter. The autumn colours of the Lake District are justly famous and a delight to photographers and painters. Winter brings spectacular snow scenery, ice skating, skiing, heli-skiing and snowboarding. Year round adventure activities include world famous bungy jumping, white water rafting, jetboating, parapenting and much more.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR16-31MAR18:
Infant: 0-2 years inclusive - free of charge if not occupying a seat.
Child: 3-12 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Important Information:


Book

On Request