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Camp Glenorchy will have its winter closedown period from Monday 31 May to Thursday 8 July, reopening on Friday 9 July 2021.
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At the head of the lake, heart of the mountains
Breathtaking Glenorchy New Zealand has captured the imaginations and hearts of travellers for 150 years. Set snugly between two soaring mountain ranges, a glacier-topped peak and the river-fed headwaters of Lake Wakatipu, Glenorchy is a unique destination with an endless variety of things to do, from the peaceful to the exhilarating to the sublime.
Picture yourself in one of Time Magazine’s 2019 World's 100 Greatest Places: Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat has been created from the ground up to delight and inspire our guests. Whether you’re an active adventurer or looking to relax, here in you’ll find stunning natural beauty, hand-crafted artistry and warm, welcoming Kiwi hospitality.
TIME Magazine has named Camp Glenorchy Eco Retreat in the World’s 100 Greatest Places of 2019. Featured in its September issue, Camp Glenorchy is the only New Zealand accommodation chosen to make this list, and one of only 44 of TIME Magazine’s “must go” accommodation destinations in the world. Take a look at our other Press articles and awards HERE.
New Zealand’s only Net Positive Energy Accommodation provider offers options to suit all budgets from luxurious eco cabins to backpacker style bunks
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There's so much to see and do in Glenorchy! Spend your days tramping, cycling, kayaking, horse riding, exploring Lord of the Rings film sites and more
Our family of six came in our caravan for two nights and had an amazing stay. Well worth the price. The kids loved the movie night and marshmallow pit, even the showers! The kitchen was well stocked and the dining room had a beautiful view to mount Alfred and Earnslaw
Dixie, North Island