Lake Te Anau
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Things to Know Before Visiting Lake Te Anau
2.54% of people who visit Queenstown include Lake Te Anau in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
53.76% of people start their Lake Te Anau visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Lake Te Anau
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lake Te Anau
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Lake Te Anau, Queenstown Reviews
Such a beautiful view all around the lake. Glow Worm caves on the lake is a must! Please bring windproof jackets as on the boats, the wind is a killer. If you are lucky your captain will tell you about the history of the lake which is also amazing. Have fun!
One of the prettiest places in the south island. Make sure to book 2 nights so you can do the bus & ferry day trip to Milford sounds without rushing.
Beautiful place to stay. The water is so clear. There are public showers but they cost $5 for 8mins which is steep in my opinion. There's a swimming pool but that's expensive and it's cold. And you have to pay to shower. Of course you could always swim in the lake :). The lakefront is where all the accommodation is too.
Picturesque lake with a range of recreational activities ranging from jet skiing, swimming and visiting glow worms. To do the latter you will need to book through one of the guides as you need a license from the Department of Conservation to access the caves. I definitely recommend visiting the glow worm caves.
Beautiful lake they say 66 klms long & extremely deep to put it mildly. If you're staying at the town of Te Anau you'll probably go over on the boat to the Glow Worm caves on the Real Journeys boat.
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