Our mission is to get you off the beaten track around New Zealand amongst authentic local culture and our experienced crew has chosen some incredible destinations so you can see more and do more! Travel to the places you're less likely to find in the guide book but the ones you'll be talking about long after the adventure has ended.
Visit Aoraki Mount Cook National Park
Aoraki or "Cloud Piercer" is the Maori name for the highest peak in New Zealand at 3724 metres. it's also known as Mount Cook, named after the English explorer Captain James Cook. Collectively it is referred to as Aoraki / Mount Cook.
The national park here has walks up the Hooker Valley to see Aoraki / Mt Cook and the Hooker glacier. Exceptional views can be had through very little effort.
Accommodated tours will only go to Aoraki/ Mount Cook National Park during the summer months.