New Zealand’s landscapes are vast and defies our conventional sense of space. In the Mackenzie Region in which Mt Cook stands, one travels through an immense land of meadows painted in different hue, stretching almost infinitely, until meeting, at the distant horizon, a row of graceful mountains.
Spending several nights in the remote areas of New Zealand gives one a reflective experience of solitude, and a moving experience of being in touch with nature in its purest form. The symphony of stars which one beholds at night, and the purity of Lakes Pukaiki and Tekapo, immerses us not only in nature, but in the spirit of nature endowed within.
The South Island of New Zealand offers plenty to visitors. Besides Mt. Cook, one enjoys the fjords at Milford Sound, Lake Wanaka, the Queenstown region, and the Abel-Tasman region. One may also travel to the North Island, to the interesting landscapes of Rotorua, also the stronghold of Maori culture, and the coastal regions of Whangerei and Paihia.
Highlights: This journey brings us through the beautiful South Island which abounds in natural beauty, from vibrant Queenstown and Arrowtown, to the magnificent Milford Sound in the Fjordland, the vast lands of Mackenzie High Country and Aoraki Mt. Cook, and finally arriving in Christchurch. Details
Duration: 10 Days 9 Nights