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.
Tours that go to Aoraki Mount Cook National Park
Overland Tours from Queenstown
This camping tour starts in Queenstown and ends in Auckland, New Zealand. Travel up the West Coast of the South Island and then to the North Island including travel to the Bay of Islands.more >
Hop On Hop Off Tours from Auckland
You can start and finish in Auckland, Christchurch or any other place around the circuit. You need about 4 weeks and it's an excellent way to really get to see and experience all of what NZ has to offer - the North of the North to the deep South! As always the longer you have the better so you can get off at your favourite places for a few more days (or weeks!).more >
This is the most popular pass to see almost everything in NZ. You'll need a few weeks to make the most of it. Start where you like and finish where you started.
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This pass allows you start in Auckland and finish in Christchurch to avoid any backtracking but still allowing you to see most of New Zealand if you have at least three weeks.more >
Hop On Hop Off Tours from Christchurch
Start and finish in Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and depart to only see the South Island on this pass that covers the east coast and west coast of the island and all the way to top and bottom.
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This pass starts in Christchurch you will travel up the east coast to Kaikoura for whale watching and then head to Abel Tasman national park before heading down the west coast of the Island to Franz Josef glacier country. You'll travel as far south as Queenstown before heading back to Christchurch via the Rangitata River in Canterbury.
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Accommodated Tours from Christchurch
Get your taste of the South Island and discover the picturesque Abel Tasman National Park, the geo-thermal town of Hanmer Springs, a world-famous wine region and the beautiful marine life of Kaikoura - starting and finishing your adventure in Christchurch.more >
Discover the mountains, lakes and sheer beauty of the stunning South Island visiting icons including Queenstown, Marlborough wine region, Abel Tasman, Franz Josef, Doubtful Sound and the Otago - just to name a few!more >
Keen for some spectacular snow-capped scenery mixed in with some adrenalin, marine wildlife and a bit of culture along the way? Then the South Island of New Zealand is your oyster on this 15 day Winter tour. Visit all of the main sites you have ever desired including Franz Josef, Queenstown, Abel Tasman, Kaikoura, Doubtful Sound and Wanaka and even some you may not have heard of!more >
Maximise your time in New Zealand by jumping on a fully guided tour. Spend three weeks exploring this wonderful country taking in sights such as the magnificent Doubtful Sound, fun and adventurous Queenstown, a working conservation farm, Tongariro National Park, Kaikoura, Rotorua, Abel Tasman and much, much more. We have planned everything for you to save you time and packaged transport and accommodation to save you money.more >
This tour starts in Christchurch and finishes in Christchurch and allows you to see the highlights New Zealand has to offer including Rotorua maori culture, Abel Tasman National Park, Doubtful Sound, Kaikoura, Queenstown and much, much more. You'll be able to conquer your fair share of the New Zealand terrain. Hike the volcanic craters of middle earth and traverse icy glaciers as you take in all the highlights of the North Island and South Islands.more >
South Island Activities
Explore South Islands best National Park Abel Tasman by sailing and walking on this one day New Zealand tour from Kaiteriteri Beach. Chill out and relax with a peaceful sail amongst the best coastal scenery of the Abel Tasman National Park. Enjoy the golden beaches, rugged natural coastline, islands and Split Apple Rock. Around midday, abandon ship at Anchorage for a stroll along sandy beaches and native bush.more >
Activities from Nelson
Five hour self-guided walk along the Pitt Head loop track to Te Pukatea Bay. Three hour scenic cruise, Split Apple Rock, fur seal colony at Pinnacle Island, get involved in the sailing or sit back and relax.more >
Explore the Abel Tasman the peaceful, quiet, relaxing way. Treat yourself to the only scheduled Full Day sailing tour in New Zealand's coastal paradise... the Abel Tasman National Park. Either chill out and relax, get involved in the sailing or learn as you go... you decide!more >
Accommodated Tours from Auckland
This tour starts in Auckland and finishes in Christchurch, New Zealand. The New Zealand adventure tour allows you to see almost all of the major sights in NZ with the exception of the area north of Auckland, the Bay of Islands. Highlights include the Cathedral Cove walk / Hot Water Beach, specially-developed Maori cultural experience with hangi, interactive show and story telling, bubbling hot pools / Huka Falls , a bush safari at unique eco-wilderness stop, the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, visiting Te Papa National Museum in Wellington, Abel Tasman National Park, Hanmer Springs, Kaikoura for dolphin and whale spotting, Franz Josef glacier, Mount Aspiring National Park, Two free days in Queenstown, An exclusive overnight cruise in Doubtful Sound, Central Otago historic mining area and Otago Rail Trail with all-level mountain biking and meeting lots of new friends along the way!more >
This tour starts in Auckland and finishes in Auckland. While it doesn't include the Bay of Islands it does allow you to see all the highlights New Zealand has to offer including Rotorua maori culture, Abel Tasman National Park, Doubtful Sound overnight cruise, Queenstown and much more.more >
Experience most of the highlights of this magnificent country on this winter adventure starting in Auckland and finishing in Christchurch over 22 days and 21 nights. Witness vast beauty, epic scenery, captivating culture, wondrous wildlife and some of New Zealand's best produce. Among the sites you will visit include Rotorua, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Marlborough, Kaikoura, Abel Tasman, Franz Josef and Doubtful Sound - and that is far from all!more >
This tour starts in Auckland and finishes in Christchurch and allows you to see all the highlights New Zealand has to offer including the Bay of Islands, Rotorua maori culture, Abel Tasman National Park, Doubtful Sound overnight cruise and Queenstown and much more. Travel top to toe in New Zealand and see the whole country! Leave no stone unturned: discover unique places and all the places New Zealand is famous for. Travel with a great guide, meet locals as well as other travellers from all over the world! Accommodation & top-rated activities included!more >
This tour starts in Auckland and finishes in Auckland. It allows you to cover every part of the touring itineraries on offer including the Bay of Islands, Māori culture, Abel Tasman National Park, Doubtful Sound overnight cruise and Queenstown and much more.more >
Discover the Land of the Long White Cloud on this national adventure beginning and ending in Auckland. Over 25 days you will witness vast beauty, epic scenery, captivating culture, wonderous wildlife and some of New Zealand's best produce. Among the sites you will visit include the Bay of Islands, Rotorua, Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Marlborough, Kaikoura, Abel Tasman, Franz Josef and Doubtful Sound - and that is far from all! You'll travel in a small group with a fully qualified local guide, exploring unique destinations and immersing yourself in local culture and New Zealand's beautiful environment.more >