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Camp Glenorchy is New Zealand’s first Net Zero Energy Retreat & Cabins. At the end of a beautiful 40-minute drive up the scenic shores of Lake Wakatipu you’ll find Camp Glenorchy nestled near the base of the towering Richardson and Humboldt mountains.
Welcoming rustic cabins
From creatively appointed Family Units and Cabins with fine linens, original artwork and hand-chosen furnishings to superior single-bedroom Cabin bedrooms and bunk rooms, Camp Glenorchy’s cabin lodging choices all offer ensuite bathrooms with walk-in rain showers, covered verandahs, well-designed lighting and a warm, welcoming rustic decor.
The well-insulated cabins harness the power of the sun to provide power and keep guests warm in winter while keeping things cool in the summer, decreasing the energy footprint and helping them use Net Zero energy each year.
They offer a wide-range of amenities and experiences for guests of all ages and groups of all sizes and the facilities are designed and built to use up to 50% less energy and water than similar facilities.
Camp Glenorchy offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience a holiday in harmony with nature.
Nestled among some of New Zealand’s most spectacular scenery, Camp Glenorchy reflects and celebrates the natural and cultural environment through buildings designed with non-toxic construction materials, native plantings, and creative touches from New Zealand artists and craftspeople.
The buildings provide guests with a comfortable, rustic aesthetic experience while using both simple and state-of-the-art technology to help reduce water and energy use. Displays in each room help guests learn about and control their own energy and water use during their stay and see how it compares with others on site, and with previous guests who have stayed in that room.
Queenstown is known as the adventure capital of the world and has a stunning setting on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and overlooked by the mountains of The Remarkables.
Jet Boating is the ideal way to venture into the wilderness up shallow river systems that are not accessible to other craft, and the river conditions are the best in New Zealand. Of course it goes without saying that Queenstown is the place to bungy jump, although this is not compulsory!
There are some excellent day walks in the area including the track to the summit of Ben Lomond, which rewards you with fabulous 360 degree mountain and lake views.
At a more relaxed pace, Queenstown also offers lake cruising, fine dining and great wine. Central Otago is the world’s most southerly wine growing region producing top class Pinot Noir and there are numerous wineries in the area.