Specialist Tours of Queenstown and Surrounding Areas
Blue Bubble Queenstown Taxis provides customised sightseeing tours for groups of all sizes.
Our tours range from two hours to several days and are tailored to your interests.
To get the most out of your day, you need a driver with local knowledge, and no-one knows Queenstown and its surroundings like our Blue Bubble Queenstown Taxi drivers.
With our impressive range of fleet, including cars and vans, we are well-equipped to get you and your guests wherever you want to go.
An example of some of our tours:
Enjoy a remarkable tour of Queenstown area. See spectacular views over Lake Wakatipu and across the Remarkables. Visit the original AJ Hackett bungy bridge. Enjoy a stopover in Arrowtown; this delightful little township was “born of gold” in the 1860s and offers much rich history.
Wanaka Half Day
Just an hour from Queenstown over the Crown Range, this alpine town nestles amongst surrounding mountain ranges, on the shores of Lake Wanaka.
- The world famous Puzzling World
- The Cardrona Hotel
- Warbirds & Wheels’ collection of classic cars and planes
- Exploring the quaint Wanaka township
Mount Cook Day Tour
Travel to Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park through beautiful farming countryside at the majestic Southern Alps. Here you will be mesmerised by the alpine surrounding and sight of Aoraki/Mt Cook, New Zealand’s highest mountain. Optionally, at Lake Tekapo, visit the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd.
Milford Sound Day Tour
Te Anau, the gateway to uncovering the hidden secrets of the World Heritage Fiordland National Park and the breath-taking Milford Sound. It is a place of awe-inspiring landscape, dramatic rivers and cascading waterfalls. A boat trip on the sound, amongst spectacular scenery, is an unforgettable experience.
Doubtful Sound Tour
Doubtful Sound the deepest of the fiords (421m) is larger and more remote than Milford. The peace and serenity of Doubtful Sound appeals to those that find Milford too busy. Trips to Doubtful Sound include crossing Lake Manapouri by boat, then travelling to Deep Cove.
Glenorchy and Paradise Tour
The road to Glenorchy is ranked as one of the most scenic drives in the world. This frontier village located at the end of the lake is a favourite escape for Queenstown locals. Across the lake from Glenorchy is another idyllic hideaway, Kinloch (5 minutes by boat) 25 minutes by road. You can also find Paradise around these parts. This area is full of stunning views featured in films such as The Lord of Rings, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.
Central Otago has become one of the world’s premier cool climate wine regions, attracting major international praise. Whether you are a wine expert or novice you’ll enjoy visiting one or more of the region’s 22 wineries.