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•Cruis­ing – There is no bet­ter way to spend your evening than cruis­ing around stun­ning Lake Wakatipu. Your eyes will be pam­pered by the eye candy of the town and the sur­round­ing moun­tains. The su­perbly crafted Pa­cific Jemm (www.paci­fic­jemm.com) is the only lux­ury boat avail­able for char­ter in Queen­stown. •Have a Cheesy Day – Be­ing in New Zealand is not com­plete with­out try­ing some cheese. Lo­cated in Queen­stown’s Val­ley of Vines, high in the south­ern moun­tains, Gibb­ston Val­ley Cheese spe­cialises in sheep, cow and goat milk cheeses hand-crafted in the Euro­pean styles of blue, brie, havarti, ched­dar, gouda and camem­bert. The best way to do it is to have a lunch plat­ter in the vine­yard, in­dulge in the cheese and en­joy the view, then de­cide which cheese to take home. (www.gvcheese.co.nz) •Re­lax – Hol­i­day­ing in Queen­stown, there is so much to do, so make sure to have time to re­lax and pam­per your­self with the re­lax­ing tra­di­tional green­stone mas­sage at So Spa at The Sof­i­tel. •Vis­it­ing Ar­row­town - Ar­row­town is charm­ing and quirky – a de­light­ful gold rush vil­lage nes­tled be­low the beau­ti­ful peaks that sur­round the sparkling Ar­row River. This his­toric gold-min­ing town is lo­cated a 20-minute drive from Queen­stown. The heart of its his­tory is Buck­ing­ham Street, a pro­ces­sion of small-town her­itage build­ings that stretch into a tree-lined av­enue of tiny miner’s cot­tages. The build­ings in this lovely precinct house shops, gal­leries, bars and restau­rants. It is a won­der­ful place to browse, en­joy­ing the din­ing, the shop­ping and soaking up Ar­row­town’s lively her­itage.

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