New Zealand's most noteworthy mountain, Mount Cook (Aoraki in Māori) 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.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Queenstown Hill, Queenstown, Otago Region, South IslandPick up from your hotel accommodation and drive through Queenstown Centre and head out towards Mount Cook National Park.