Lord of the Rings fans rejoice, exploring Middle Earth is no longer limited to the imagination! Used extensively by Peter Jackson for filming his epic Lord of the Rings trilogy, New Zealand’s many stunning locations are today visited by fans and nature lovers alike. Those heading to the country’s South Island can visit Glenorchy which was used as a site for Lothlorien Woods and Isengard, Mavora Lake which served for Nen Hithoel, Kelper Mire in Te Anau that was transformed into the Dead Marshes, Arrow River that became the site of the Ford of Bruinen and The Remarkables mountain range where viewers witnessed the emergence of the Fellowship, from the mines of Moria. Those visiting the South Island and in search of a Queenstown hotel that offers the very best in contemporary comforts can stay at Millennium Hotel Queenstown. This luxury hotel Queenstown also provides easy access to a range of outdoor activities and adventure sports.