Not just the extreme adventure but the natural beauty is also rich in Queenstown

Do you want to enhance the excitement and thrill in the life, then today we are going to tell you about a place which will add missing fun and excitement in your life. We are talking about the city of Queenstown, New Zealand. It is said that in the mid-nineteenth century when the news of gold being found in the Shotover River in Queenstown spread, there was a crowd of people. When the gold was over there, the people who reached the place noticed the beauty of the mountains and rivers and since then they decided to settle there. The adventure began here with skiing in the middle of the last century.

With this, jet boating started in the 1970s. In a way, Queenstown owed a world of pure thrill. The thrill of a jetboat ride is different from the deep tendons of the Shotover River. River rafting was also introduced into the rivers of Queenstown after spending some time. AJ Hackett started bungee jumping here in 1988, Queenstown is considered the father of bungee jumping. Today, there are many bungee jumping sites here.

At one time, Hackett and Company were doing bungee jumping by helicopter from a height of 450 meters. Due to this, he had to stop after the change of government policies. Queenstown is also the main base for tandem parapainting and commercial skydiving. Apart from this, there are other types of activities like tandem hang gliding, parasailing and abseiling. The main purpose of the tourists to visit here is only the adventure of Queenstown, while the natural beauty there is no less than any place.

Now the thing is to reach here, so you don't need to take stress, we are here to tell you the easy way to reach this beautiful place. Although Queenstown, located in the southwestern corner of the South Island of New Zealand, has an international airport. You can reach here easily through airway.

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