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Sample the best of the South Pacific from a Wanaka vacation home
Known for its outdoor activities, Wanaka, New Zealand, is a top-rated destination for nature enthusiasts. Guests can expect incredible scenery, quirky culture, and South Island dining close to their accommodation of choice. Vacation homes feature outdoor living spaces, scenic views, and modern interiors.
South Island flavors
After a day outdoors, Lake Bar is the perfect spot for an afternoon meal with a view. The menu features a variety of New Zealand staples, such as warm lamb salad, raw oysters, and slow-cooked ribs. Stick around after your meal for a local beer or glass of wine on the tranquil back patio.
If you prefer a quick stop, Burrito Craft is a great choice. This fun food truck serves monster-sized burritos and wraps, with creative flavor combinations. Outdoor heaters and a covered patio make this a popular evening hangout for hungry locals.
Easily the strangest excursion in town, Puzzling World is the only museum of its kind in the world. A giant 3D maze is the museum's most visited attraction. Illusion rooms, a puzzling café, and large-scale outdoor illusions are also a part of the package.
Farming is a big part of life in Wanaka. Get in touch with the local harvest by visiting Rippon Vineyard for a winery tour and tasting, or Wanaka Lavender farm for locally grown herbs and honey. Both make excellent half-day excursions.
Lake Wanaka, the town's namesake, offers some of the region's most photogenic scenery. Hike, bike, or kayak your way around the perimeter for a variety of stunning views. Try to spot the famous "lone tree" while you're there.
Get your blood pumping on the challenging and rewarding Roys Peak Track. Plan a full day for the steep trek up and back. For the best photographs, you should set out at around 6 AM. Pack plenty of water, snacks, and wear shoes for hiking.
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