Hotel Esplanade

Address: 78 Park Street, Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on 78 Park Street, Queenstown, is near Queenstown Gardens, Ultimate Hikes, Nomad Safaris, and Nevis Highwire Bungy.
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Travel Blogs from Queenstown

Queenstown Hill and Canyon Swings

A travel blog entry by lilyfesler on May 24, 2015

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... down to the Canyon Swing office. A canyon swing is a type of cliff jump that's somewhere between a bungee and a giant swing: you stand on a 109m platform, free fall for 60m, then swing 200m over the Shotover River. Our tour guide recommended it over bungying, since it tends to be a more pleasant experience overall: instead of waiting in line to jump and having it be over in just a few seconds, it's a whole afternoon of hanging out on the platform ...

QUEENSTOWN - the adrenaline city!!

A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Apr 27, 2015

... to Nomads for the second night which we realised was in fact such a good hostel. So anyway, day 1, we explored the place a little bit first. Then Jonny treated himself to a famous 'ferg burger' which we have heard so much about since arriving in New Zealand - and we can see why... The burger was ginormous! He said it tasted amazing too, and I think he even awarded it the best burger he's ever had!! Impressive! I wasn't that bothered about ...

I Know What I Want For Christmas

A travel blog entry by philosophizermd on Apr 20, 2015

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... the same thing and decided to replace dad with another member that might have been a little better suited to lead the pack in this particular situation.

Compared to my previous rafting experience on the Ocoee River, this one didn’t have as many higher grade rapids (although there were a few to make sure you were still paying attention), but it did afford a much more scenic route being in such a large canyon. It also contained the longest ...

Return of the Drunkards

A travel blog entry by miller.r.lowe on Apr 05, 2015

... woman we met was for some reason eager to go hiking all day, I skipped out on her first foray up the hill, but after everyone declined on her offer to go up Ben Lomond I felt the need to join her.

It was a pretty long hike, well hungover at least. About three and a half hours up, maybe two down. But my god does this never get easier, the trudging is followed by sweat and a feeling ...

11th to 25th Feb South Island New Zealand

A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Feb 25, 2015

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... The track itself was fantastic - well managed and beautifully cared for. Every turn there was view after view of turquoise seas leaning on golden beaches or rocky outcrops, trees and ferns silhouetted against the sky, multicoloured butterflies and birds - so many of them it makes you realise how many we have lost at home which is sad. We had 3 days of heavy walking - particularly on the second day we walked 22km - really hard stuff for us carrying full packs, but by now the ...