Lake Vista Bed & Breakfast

Address: 62 Hensman Road, Queenstown, South Island, 9197, New Zealand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 62 Hensman Road, Queenstown, is near Coronet Peak, Nomad Safaris, Nevis Highwire Bungy, and Kawarau Jet.
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      Travel Blogs from Queenstown

      Southern Alps

      A travel blog entry by obrienml2004 on Apr 07, 2015

      6 photos

      ... the weather from the wide open Tasman Sea to the west and Antarctic to the south.

      Less than 1% of the country's population live on the west side of the alps. The one road running the length of the coast gets full marks for actually hugging the coastline. Rugged, twisty and stunning all the way. Backpackers, caravan renters and hikers define the visitor demographic. ...

      Fergburger in Queenstown

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 30, 2015

      19 photos

      ... in the same county that we live in). As well as telling us that Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked, he gave us a couple of tips on places to visit while we're in this area. Lunch was cooked and eaten down by the lake, where we ourselves were feasted upon by the sand flies. The vista that we beheld from our seat on the pebbly beach was wonderful. The lake itself was massive and disappeared round a corner to the left. The mountains bounding the lake to the right had ...

      At the end of all things

      A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Mar 11, 2015

      25 photos

      ... final week or so in Queenstown, which has been as busy, fun-packed and beautiful as ever. Picking up from where the last entry left off, we were just heading off to the Routeburn track, the second of our Great Walks. Although shorter than the Abel Tasman (only 3 days), the Routeburn is slightly tougher, since it is an alpine route traversing mountains across two national parks (Fiordland and Mt. Aspiring). However, it was still very manageable (I guess we are quite hardened ...

      Discovering Queenstown

      A travel blog entry by mariannedave15 on Feb 21, 2015

      7 comments, 11 photos

      ... area and as the water is very clear, 99.9% pollution free, probably the Grebes appreciate this! There is much to see on the Lake, jet ski-ing, para-ski-ing, jet boats and cruise boats, including TSS Earnshaw, a twin steamer and relic of the mining boom, launched in 1912.

      The area is drier than along the Coast, as it is protected by the Mountains, although we did have a small downpour today ...

      "What is a glacier? Is it frozen ice?"

      A travel blog entry by cvonsicard on Feb 14, 2015

      16 photos

      ... down on the swing like seat the parachute lurched to the right and I thought I was going to fall off straight away. When I got up to around 500ft I couldn't believe it. It was just amazing. Halfway through they dropped me to just above the sea and then quickly rose me up again. It felt incredible. I was so happy. After my thrill we stopped at a market which was gorgeous, I, as per, bought more jewellery after which we settled on the grass to listen to an ...