Ziptrek Ecotours is pleased to celebrate Christmas with a special announcement to you, our peers, friends and community. Ziptrek Ecotours is now officially "Zero Carbon Business", after an independent assessment done by the good people at Ekos for financial year 2018-19 with Ziptrek's total carbon calculation of 34.04 tCO2e. This allows our guests to now zipline carbon free!
The accolades are flowing thick and fast for the team at Queenstown’s Ziptrek Ecotours.
Ziptrek Ecotours has raised a recording-breaking $11,352 for Central Lakes Family Services, during its annual ‘Ziptober’ fundraiser.
Pioneering eco-tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours has been proudly wearing its conservation credentials on its sleeve this week.
Staff from Queenstown’s leading eco-tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours joined green-fingered students to plant flaxes and native grasses as part of a nationwide Paper4Trees programme.
From architecture to guiding, outdoor education to tourism, with a degree of self-deprecation Trent Yeo says he “wandered with purpose” into the tourism industry.
One of the country’s busiest volunteer fire fighting services has received a welcome $8000 cash injection.
QUEENSTOWN'S VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE "ZIP" IN FULL UNIFORM FOR OUR ZIPTOBER LAUNCH!
ZIPTREK STAFF ARE GETTING INVOLVED IN PLASTIC FREE JULY!
Queenstown tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours is celebrating another successful ‘Locals Day’ as over 200 locals ‘took to the trees’ yesterday (Sunday October 29) to raise money for chosen charity Wakatipu High School Branches Camp.
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Queenstown is one legendary town! Why? It’s so well known as the adventure capital of the world! You can’t say you’ve finished visiting Queenstown without taking in at least one of the extreme activities! Really, they have everything that the adventure seeker could ever want!
My birthday is sort of a big deal; well, isn’t everyone’s? It is a celebration of being on this earth another 365 (or 366 in a leap year) days and conquering the challenges of life. This being said, my husband truly gives my birthday the recognition and spotlight he feels it deserves, and I guess with a wife who is approaching 40, it is the safe thing to do to keep me from dreading that day in mid-January. This year, he gave my 38th rotation around the sun spectacular treatment with a bucket-list-ticking trip to the adventure capital of the world – Queenstown New Zealand. A town that mirrors the quirkiness and quaintness of Aspen Colorado, Queenstown is a place where your inner adrenaline-junkie’s dreams come true. Therefore, in honour of this risk-taking, death-defying momentum, I have comprised a bucket list of must-do’s series while in this beautiful South Island haven, starting with a zip through the trees with Ziptrek Ecotours.
Hundreds of Queenstown locals ‘took to the trees’ for a locals’ day treat raising thousands of dollars for the Wakatipu Reforestation Trust.
Ziptrek Ecotours Queenstown is delighted to announce that it has received another TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. Now in its sixth year, the achievement celebrates hospitality businesses that have earned great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor over the past year. Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience.
Ziptrek Ecotours is bringing its award-winning Queenstown experience to over 260 of the world’s leading travel buyers at New Zealand’s biggest international tourism event.
It’s a well-known ‘fact’ that Australians speak a different language, so when launching a new audio tour app, Queenstown-based tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours has put together an Aussie version for our friends across the ditch – as well one in Mandarin.
Multi-award-winning Queenstown based-tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours helped locals reconnect with their inner child with a record-breaking locals’ day in aid of a good cause.
Queenstown’s Ziptrek Ecotours is ecstatic to have been named a finalist for the Environmental Tourism Award at this year’s Tourism Industry Awards.
The first blog, the one people say is always the hardest to get going and I always find the same when I start a new page of my sketch book. Although a little daunting, it is the start of something that could be great; and you know what, you will never know unless you go there.