FAQs Page

  1. What’s one thing that you have to remember when going for a trip abroad?First of all, figure out for how long you’re going to be away. In determining this, you need to take into account matters like your work, your boss, the tasks that you’ll be leaving in the office or in your business, who’s taking over while you’re gone, and is that person capable of attending to matters while you’re away.
  2. Why should you visit Central Otago, New Zealand?There are actually several reasons. But for one, it is New Zealand’s adventure capital. Aside from the fact that it’s the place that introduced the world to commercial bungee jumping, not to mention the the world’s largest rope swing and having some of the best ski resorts at its disposal, the ‘adventure capital’ — as it is affectionately known — is also within close range of other epic destinations like Wanaka and Fiordland National Park.
  3. Can you go for road trips in Central Otago?Yes, you definitely can. It’s actually one of the things that Central Otago is just so irresistibly popular for. In the Otago region, you’ve got the route connecting Queenstown and Glenorchy, the Lindis Pass, the Haast Pass among several other roads and mountain passes connecting the region to other destinations that are known for their sublime landscapes and beauty.
  4. Where can you go for casual dining in Central Otago?If you’re the kind of foodie that’s not into the fancy sort of service, Otago definitely won’t leave you hanging. Fast food is available at a variety of outlets, usually in the main centres. Most offer food to take away; some have in-house seating. These outlets provide many of the staples like hamburgers and chips, but others specialise in particular cuisines.
  5. Where can you go if you want to go hang gliding in Central Otago?You can try the services of 45South Tandem Hang Gliding. Enjoy breath-taking views of Central Otago’s dramatic and unique landscape. Admire the mighty Pisa range while flying high over pristine lakes and rivers.
  6. Are there many accommodation options in Central Otago?
    You bet there are. From grand hotels to everyday hostels, you’ve got them all at Central Otago.