Rustic Accommodation with a Fire Pit near Mackenzie Basin on South Island
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The second accommodation is a self-contained rental that is perfect for backpackers. There are five rooms with single beds in each room: one room with two beds, three rooms with three beds, one room with four beds, and one room with a queen-size bed. All linens are provided, and guests will have access to a shared kitchen, two shared shower rooms, two toilets, and an outhouse.
The third option is Tim's Wagon, which is a rebuilt wagon down near the river. The wagon is fully contained and has two single beds, linens provided, a kitchen, and all others comforts guests could need. In addition, there is an old cast iron bathtub to soak in and enjoy the stars.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Lounge/Living room
- Double bed
- Bunk bed
- Shared Kitchen
- Fire pit
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
- Electric car charger
Location + Surroundings
Queenstown is two hours from Omarama, and here glampers will find the nearest airport for domestic and international flights.
Adventures and sports
Glampers staying here will enjoy an incredible outdoor adventure without having to travel too far. The 30,000 acre, merino sheep farm boasts rugged yet breathtaking landscape and ample hiking, biking, and walking trails that are ideal for those seeking a thrill or to simply reconnect with nature. This region of New Zealand is famous for its cycling trails and Omarama lies on the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail. There are trails for all skill levels and those looking for a bit more action will love the off-road trails that cut through the backcountry, offering up amazing vistas, fauna, and flora.
For a unique perspective, the clear skies beckon glider pilots to soar through the open airspace while be treated to the best views in the region. Anglers can make their way to the Ahuriri River where glampers can fly fish while enjoying incredible views of the surrounding mountains. The river is home to trophy trout and flows for about 70 kilometres through part of the Mackenzie Basin. Lake Tekapo sits on a lake of the same name and is part of a UNESCO Day Sky Reserve, offering up clear skies with limited light pollution, and unique to the Mackenzie region. This makes Lake Tekapo the perfect for spot for stargazing.
Outdoor hot tubs in the heart of nature invite glampers to soak away the stresses in fresh mountain water, heated by a wood fire. Here, glampers can sit back and relax while taking in the sublime landscape beneath an immaculate sky.
Check-in: 2:00 p.m.
Check-out: 10:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared