Mount Cook / Aoraki (Maori Name)
Leave the busy city behind and get ready to explore New Zealands highest Mountain ranges named Mount Cook/ Aoraki located in the southern Alps of the South Island and experience the scenic sights of the breathtaking scenery region.
On this scenic drive to Mt cook the first stop will be at Clay Cliffs in Omarama. The cliffs are geological wonder, which were discovered million years ago made of silt and gravel layers, because of the river flowing from glaciers forming sharp pinnacles separated by narrow ravines. After the Cliff stop will make an impressive picture stop for experiencing the Lake Pukaki.
Lake which is famous for its unique milky turquoise colour and on the other side also serve the foreground for the Aoraki/Mt Cook the highest New Zealand Peak. On arriving the Mt cook village, different experiences can be enjoyed depending on personal choices a local restaurant lunch or the photo spot, further on with a flow a short fine walk in Mount Cook Hooker Valley would impress you with stunning landscapes of the valley, lakes, glaciers and also depending on season could get chance to see Mount Cook Lily.
-A scenic helicopter flight
-Tasman Glacier lake Boat Cruise
On the drive back to Queenstown we can also get you to experience the freshest salmon in New Zealand with brief scenic stop at TWIZEL.
From start to finish, this stunning visit features probably the most sensational sights in all of New Zealand. Amid each snapshot of the outing, there is something either intriguing or lovely to take home.
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- Hotel pickup Available
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- Duration: 12 Hrs
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New Zealand's most noteworthy mountain, Mount Cook (Aoraki in Mori) towers 3,724 meters into the sky, giving a dazzling scenery to the wonderful Mount Cook National Park in the focal point of the South Island. Announced a World Heritage stop in 1986, it gloats more than thirty pinnacles 3,000 meters or higher. It likewise has five of New Zealand's biggest ice sheets, including the Tasman Glacier at 21km long. Picturesque flights over the recreation center give unparalleled perspectives of the Southern Alps. The district is additionally prestigious for its reasonable, starry evenings and was assigned a Dark Sky Reserve in 2012 the first in the southern half of the globe and the world's biggest, including a 4300 km2 zone.
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Mount Cook / Aoraki (Maori Name)
- Private driver/guide
- Transport by private vehicle
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Light refreshments and bottled water
- Free Wifi
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks, unless specified
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking
A small amount of walking is involved
A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
All guides speak English. If you should need a guide that speaks one the following languages it will cost an additional flat rate of $200 NZD per group booked: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish