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Best Time To Visit Queenstown

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With four unique seasons Queenstown has year around appeal with each season offering altogether a different experience. It enjoys continental style climate with long hot summers, and cool, crisp winters. Queenstown truly offers something for every season; very few activities aren’t available throughout the year. No exaggeration!! But visiting Queenstown will be once in a lifetime kind of experience with our New Zealand tour packages. 

Spring is a good time to visit Queenstown as ski-fields operate until early October, and mountain bike trails, golf courses and walking tracks are all open in spring, so you can pack more adventures in to a day. But fall is also termed as an ideal time to visit Queenstown as it says that even change can be beautiful. Fall is also a season of rejuvenating break. Winters in Queenstown lasts from June- September, it is snow lover’s paradise. International skiers and snowboarders flock to enjoy summer- capped mountains and crisp blue sky days will surely draw your attention. 

Enjoy your trip to this exceptionally beautiful city with our International tour packages. 

 

Packages & Recommendations

Tour Name
Trip Type
Month/Validity
Included Cities
Price Per Adult
Trip Type
Group Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Feb
Included Cities
Auckland (1N), Rotorua (2N), Auckland (1N), Queenstown (3N), Twizel (1N), Christchurch (1
... Auckland (1N), Rotorua (2N), Auckland (1N), Queenstown (3N), Twizel (1N), Christchurch (1N)
Price Per Adult
₹ 2,28,950
Onwards
Trip Type
Self Drive Tour
Flight Not Included
Month/Validity
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
Included Cities
Auckland (2N), Tairua (1N), Rotorua (2N), Lake Tekapo (2N), Queenstown (4N), Wanaka (1N),
... Auckland (2N), Tairua (1N), Rotorua (2N), Lake Tekapo (2N), Queenstown