Mount Cook and Lake Tekapo
Enjoy one of New Zealand's most scenic drives towards World Heritage site Aoraki Mt Cook National Park with beautiful mountains and lakes.
The small town of Punakaiki is known for the pancake rocks & blowholes – thin, horizontal layers of limestone, formed through a weathering process known as stylobedding. Just south of here is Greymouth from where the TranzAlpine train departs for its journey across the Southern Alps.
Fox and Franz Josef are two small townships just 20 minutes’ drive apart and are home to ancient glaciers, nestled amidst the primaeval rainforest. These glaciers are best visited either from the air on a scenic flight or on a heli-hike where you can don your crampons and experience the ice formations up close.
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Board the TranzAlpine train for a spectacular journey between Greymouth and Christchurch, passing through epic scenery.
Heli-hike on the icy surface of Franz Josef Glacier, walking among ice caves and ridges.
Take the Grand Traverse scenic flight over Mount Cook and Fox and Franz Josef glaciers.
Explore the wild coastline and native bush around Lake Moeraki, gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park.
Formed through a weathering process known as stylobedding, limestone pillars of thin, horizontal layers create blowholes through which the sea bursts spectacularly during high tide.
This lodge-style hotel is nestled amid the rainforest on the West Coast of New Zealand. The retreat is nothing short of an eco-friendly accommodation designed with reused native materials and natural hues.
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