New Zealand’s South Island is an outdoor paradise, with incredible, wild landscapes ranging from Alpine snow capped mountains and glaciers to rain forest and sub tropical beaches. Oh, and world class whale watching.
There’s so much to see! Explore the world heritage listed Mt Cook National Park, training ground of Sir Edmund Hilary. Gaze at the brooding Fox and Franz Josef glaciers in the southern Alps. See albatross and penguin sanctuaries on the Otago peninsular. Wander among gold mining heritage in picturesque Arrowtown.
Cycle through world famous Marlborough vineyards. Take a sea kayak to the 120 million year old Split Apple Rock in Abel Tasman National Park. Dine on top of a mountain overlooking Queenstown’s majestic alpine surrounds and The Remarkables mountain range across Lake Wakatipu.
Take time to explore the Alpine Pacific Triangle through the foodie paradise of Waipara Valley, to the thermal pools and spas of Hanmer Springs and on to the marine paradise of Kaikoura.
Every day brings fresh memories that will be with you forever.