JET BOAT, WINERIES AND LUNCH
Enjoy the KJet Wine Sampler, the perfect combination of adrenaline and relaxation. The KJet Wine Sampler starts in the morning with an exciting Jet boat ride departing from downtown Queenstown. In the afternoon you’ll begin your wine tasting tour.
During your tour you’ll experience quality wine and food, with both traditional and wild food tasting dishes. Next you’ll visit New Zealand’s largest underground wine cave. You will hear lots of wine stories whilst savouring premium wine. Your afternoon is complete after a delicious cheese tasting at Gibbston Valley.
- 60 minutes Jet boat ride in Queenstown
- Tastings at two wineries
- Underground wine cave tour
- Cheese tasting
- Lunch with wine match at Wild Earth Wines
- FREE entry to Queenstown Underwater Observatory
Tour departs 11am – 4pm (summer), 11am – 5pm (winter). Leaves from Main Town Pier, Queenstown. Check in is 15 minutes before departure.
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Only KJet offers over 60 minutes of unforgettable thrills, spins and exhilaration across three waterways in one of the world’s most stunning locations.
WHERE WE TAKE YOU
Firstly, your twin engine Jet boat roars across crystal clear Lake Wakatipu at breath-taking speed, surrounded by majestic mountains and mesmerising scenery. Then you zoom under the Kawarau Dam onto the deep green waters of The Kawarau River, complete with lots of 360° spins. Next the adventure heightens as your driver navigates the fast –moving currents of the narrow braided Shotover River, racing up the shallow channels at speeds of up to 85KPH in water that’s less than 10cm deep in places.
Finally, you return to the Pier for a complimentary view from Queenstown’s Underwater Observatory, where photos and videos from your trip can be purchased and you can get up close and personal with our fascinating rainbow trout and lake-life.
Join us for an hour of exhilaration and a lifetime of thrilling memories.
Driven by over 50 years of passion, KJet is locally owned and operated, and proud of its heritage as the world’s first commercial Jet boat operation.