Be immersed in the tranquillity of the Southern Alps premier wellness centre, where sustainable thinking has crafted a 6 day retreat optimally tuned for rejuvenation of the body and mehaps the human spirit. This is a programme so enriching and rewarding that you'll possibly be planning your return before you even finish. Emerging from this retreat, we have added on a few extra days in a dreamy location of endless sunsets with the privacy that we all crave just to be still and ponder, an opportunity to harness the creative juices from your New Zealand wellness week.
Duration: 10 days
Finishes: Bay of Islands
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Queenstown, located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by the magnificent Southern Alps, is New Zealand’s most celebrated destination. Offering a wealth of accommodation to suit all travellers, there is huge diversity in the experiences to be enjoyed – from adrenaline activities such as bungee jumps and sky diving, adventurous excursions like jet-boating and hiking through to superb golf, gourmet food and wine tours, alpine tours and hiking.
Just 45 minutes from Queenstown, Glenorchy is nestled on the northern shores of Lake Wakatipu & is the gateway to hiking trails and MiddleEarth™ magic.
Glenorchy’s soaring peaks, pristine lakes, glacial rivers, and ancient beech forests are a dream destination for outdoor adventures. Home to New Zealand’s finest hiking, the awe-inspiring scenery has formed the backdrop for films like Narnia, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.
No matter whether you want to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings or be challenged in the great outdoors, you won’t leave disappointed.
Glenorchy offers a range of accommodation options, from the rustic charms of the local campsite to New Zealand’s finest eco-retreat, as well as luxurious lodges and wilderness retreats.
A subtropical wonderland of secluded bays, islands and history, the Bay of Islands is a coastal paradise. Get out on the water with a boat cruise or sailing charter and spot dolphins and whales frolicking in the water before seeing the Hole in the Rock, just off Cape Brett, up close. Stroll the streets of Russell, New Zealand’s first capital, and soak up its whaling and pioneering past. Learn about the birth of New Zealand in Waitangi, where the treaty that made New Zealand a British colony was signed.