Lord of the Rings Glenorchy

From NZD $270.00
  • Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Queenstown

For true Lord of the Rings fans, this is the trip where Nomad Safaris really does take you There and Back again. This scenic si ghtseeing t our incl udes recognisable filming locations and stunning natural scenery. The Glenorchy Safari of the Scenes takes you from Queenstown to Gl enorchy stopping at breath-taking viewpoints. 

En route from Glenorchy foll ow the Dart River to the spectacular filming location for Isengard. This location offers stunning views of Mt Earnslaw. Heading to Paradise discover the location for the Forrest of Lothlorien. Leaving Glenorchy and heading towards Queenstown you will stop at 12 Mile Delta to explore the location of the Ithilien Camp. 

The Safari of the Scenes – Glenorchy also incl udes locati ons from Xmen Origins: Wolverine, and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. 

If your preferred date and time are unavailable, please feel free to contact us.

Important: get in touch if you need to cancel between 7 days and 24 hours prior to your tour: res@nomadsafaris.co.nz

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 IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Please, read the following. 

Outback New Zealand Limited (t/a Nomad Safaris) Disclosure of Risk for Four Wheel Drive

 Wakatipu, Glenorchy, Skippers Canyon, Macetown, Gold Seeker, Essential Queenstown,
Private Charter
We, Outback New Zealand, are committed to the protection of our employees, clients &
property from accidental injury or damage from work carried out by, and on behalf of, the
business. We, Outback New Zealand, adopt health, safety, and welfare as a fundamental
business objective.
In meeting this commitment, management will comply with all legislative requirements and
take all practicable steps to:
● Provide a safe place of work, safe equipment, and proper materials.
● Activities are reviewed by competent staff (internal technical advisors).
● Establish and insist that safe work methods be always practiced.
● Provide supervision and training.
● Ensure employees and clients understand and accept their responsibility to promote a
safe and healthy place of work and are part of the safety management process.
● Comply with all Health and Safety Legislation.
● Prevention of serious harm.
● Continually improve.
Whilst we undertake all reasonably practicable steps to minimize, remove, or isolate risks
during our tours, it still exists as it does in everyday life.
Risks you may be exposed to during your tour include, but are not limited to:
• Motor vehicle accident including collision with other vehicles, stationary objects, or the
land, rollovers, or vehicle fires.
• Your own failure to heed safety warnings, both Verbal and Written
• Actions of other road users or members of the public which could cause harm.
• Risk of falling from alighting the motor vehicle.
• Risk of falling or injury due to uneven, loose, or slippery terrain.
• Risk of drowning.
• Risk of injury or death due to natural events such as Earthquakes, Landslide, Flash
Flooding, Treefall, Wildfire, Lightning, Blizzards, Volcanic Eruption, Tsunami, Cyclones,
and any ongoing consequences of these events
Disclosure of Risk 4wd v 1.2 Feb 2024