An unforgettable experience

Exclusive helicopter tour of Milford Sound and winery lunch

Discover Fiordland National Park, a world heritage site and home to the famous Milford Sound. This helicopter tour including a Glacier Landing is a must for any trip to New Zealand. Finish off the day with a delicious meal and glass of Pinot Noir at Mt Difficulty Winery.

Theme
Exclusive Experiences
Duration
Full day
Groups
Yes

Lift off from Queenstown and explore this famously remote and untouched part of New Zealand by helicopter.

You will see mountains gliding by as your helicopter winds its way through the Southern Alps on an unforgettable flight to Milford Sound.

This breathtaking flight takes you over secluded alpine lakes, lush rainforest, through deep bush-fringed valleys and past rugged mountain peaks.

Land and stroll on a deserted beach to absorb the natural beauty of Fiordland. Your flight then sweeps the full length of the fiord until you reach the rugged West Coast offering a unique opportunity to view seals in their natural colonies.

Experience a glacier landing before touching down at Mount Difficulty Winery in the Bannockburn region!

Enjoy a Wine Tasting and Lunch at Mt Difficulty Winery. The Cellar Door at Mt Difficulty Wines is known as much for its dramatic views of rugged rock and thyme landscapes as it is for its stylish wine and food.

Travel through Gibbston and Bannockburn within the Central Otago Region on your return back to Queenstown, renowned for its exquisite vineyards and leading range of wine tastings. Your private guide will stop for tastings at selected boutique wineries, where you will have the opportunity to meet the winemakers and enjoy exclusive 'behind the cellar door' experiences to get an authentic insight of the wine culture in this region.

Highlights:

  • Helicopter tour over the Southern Alps and Milford Sound
  • Glacier landing
  • Wine tasting and lunch at Mt Difficulty Winery
  • 'Behind the cellar door' experiences at selected boutique wineries

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