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  • 1. Queenstown Car Hire

    Address: 68-70 Stanley Street, (South Island), Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand

    Phone: (64) 3-442-3808

    Queenstown Car Hire

  • 2. Queenstown Airport

    Address: Terminal Building, Frankton (South Island), Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand

    Phone: (64) 3-442-3808

    Queenstown Airport

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Self drive car rental in Queenstown

Hailed as the “Adventure Capital of New Zealand,” Queenstown is one of the greatest offering of New Zealand to the rest of the world. Sitting atop Lake Wakatipu, surrounded by the Southern Alps, Queenstown is a beauty unspoilt. The wilderness characterized by cascading lakes and rugged mountain terrain makes it a great spot for some adrenaline pumping outdoor activities. Queenstown has something for every kind of traveller – from a budget backpacker to luxury seeker.

With a smorgasbord of things to do in Queenstown, it is best explored in your self-drive car hire by Avis. Book your car rental from Queenstown City or Queenstown Airport for a stress-free trip.

Exploring Queenstown:

Queenstown in South Island is one of the top attractions offering numerous things to do while in New Zealand - Bungee jumping, jet boating, white-water rafting, paragliding, rock climbing, mountain biking, and downhill skiing or you can relax in comforts of comforts of first-class hotels, spas and restaurants.

Known for its Hobbits and much as its high-octane adventure thrills, the places to visit in Queenstown are practically endless. Set against the dramatic Southern Alps and the birthplace of bungee jumping, Queenstown is aptly famous as the "Adventure capital of the World." Leap, lunge or luge with an encyclopedia of adventures this playground has to offer - golf, paragliding, Zip lining, 4WD Driving, kayaking, skydiving, jet boating, river rafting and bungee jumping.

Indulgence is another great virtue of Queenstown. This resort town offers a great many stylish romantic retreats and best boutique hotels. It is largely a party town and you will find people walking on the streets up to 5 am in the morning. Queenstown attracts as many visitors for its nightlife as it does for the world famous adventure sports.

After participating in such a wide range of activities take some respite in the world class seafood at many fine dining restaurants followed a comforting good night’s sleep at one of the many luxury hotels in Queenstown.

Beyond Queenstown:

In addition to serving as an adventure packed destination in itself, Queenstown also acts as a base for exploring surrounding part of the country like Arrowtown, Glenorchy, Cromwell or Wanaka.n The Crown Range Road connecting Queenstown and Wanaka is one of the most scenic drives in New Zealand.

There are countless scenic roads in New Zealand, but the 45 km stretch of tarmac between Queenstown and Glenorchy will leave your eyes wide open and your camera well-used. Made for self-explorers, the stretch that starts from Queenstown to Glenorchy along the pristine waters of Lake Wakatipu will be one of the most unforgettable 45 minutes of your life. There are a number of lookouts along the way that offer spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables mountain range.

Not to miss are the ancient beech forests and snow capped peaks that served as a backdrop to the infamous Isengard in the LOTR trilogy. You will find yourself stopping after every 5 minutes on the way because of the tight concentration of natural wonders - taking photos of Cecil Peak, Walter Peak and countless other mountains. It would be best to treat this drive as a sight-seeing experience and drown yourself in some superlative scenes that no postcard can do justice to.