New Zealand

April 17, 2019 Travel
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Hooker Valley Track

One of the most popular walks in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.

Kea Point Track

This walk gently winds its way through subalpine grasslands and scrub to the Mueller Glacier moraine wall.

Mt Cook

Milkyway

Tasman Glacier Walk

This walk branches off the Blue Lakes Track just past the Blue Lakes shelter and leads to a viewpoint of the glacier’s terminal lake. Icebergs can usually be seen floating in the lake in summer, and in winter, the lake freezes over.

Heli & Ski Plane Tour

Fly in a ski plane and a helicopter on the same day for an unforgettable experience of Aoraki/Mount Cook. Enjoy a scenic adventure that includes a glacier snow landing on the Tasman Glacier!

Mirror Lakes

Mirror Lakes are a set of lakes lying north of Lake Te Anau and immediately to the west of the road from Te Anau to Milford Sound in New Zealand.

Nugget Point Lighthouse

Nugget Point is an iconic panoramic platform on the Catlins coast with one of the country’s oldest lighthouses perched above the famous rocks named by Captain Cook because they looked like pieces of gold.

Wanaka Tree

Wanaka’s willow with wet feet is perhaps New Zealand’s most photographed tree.

Lake Tekapo

On the shore of the breathtakingly blue waters of Lake Tekapo and framed by the Southern Alps sits the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd.

Scenic Route

Farmstay

Experience rural New Zealand with a farmstay on an authentic Kiwi farm. Roll up your sleeves and pitch in when you stay at a New Zealand farmstay.

Hobbiton Movie Set

The Hobbiton Movie Set was a significant location used for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and The Hobbit film series


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