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Mount Cook 库克山线路

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Mount Cook 库克山线路

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New Zealand’s highest mountain, Mount Cook (Aoraki in Māori) towers 3,724 metres into the sky, providing a stunning backdrop to the beautiful Mount Cook National Park in the centre of the South Island. Declared a World Heritage park in 1986, it boasts over thirty peaks 3,000 metres or higher. It also has five of New Zealand’s largest glaciers, including the Tasman Glacier at 21km in length. Scenic flights over the park provide unparalleled views of the Southern Alps. Inside the National Park is Mt Cook Alpine Village, home to the Hermitage Hotel which offers a luxurious space to relax and soak up the view. The region is also renowned for its clear, starry nights and was designated a Dark Sky Reserve in 2012 – the first in the southern hemisphere and the world’s largest, encompassing a 4300 km2 area.

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Take a scenic half-day tour from Christchurch to spectacular Mount Cook.
Our tour departs Christchurch in the morning and travels through the lush farmland of the Canterbury Plains to Lake Tekapo, where you can see the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd as it stands in solitude next to the vibrant blue waters. Leaving Tekapo, we continue into the Southern Alps towards Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s tallest mountain. Along the way your driver guide will keep you entertained and informed with commentary on the area’s history and sites of interest.
The tour concludes on arrival at Mount Cook Village, where you can choose to enjoy lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel. Explore the village and soak up the views of Aoraki / Mount Cookas it towers above. You’ll also have the chance to take a scenic flight over this breathtaking alpine region (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day). You have the rest of the day at leisure.

Tour Departs7:30 am – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street
Tour Returns12:50 pm – Aoraki Hermitage Hotel, Level 2 Rear of Building Coach Park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Christchurch, arrives Mt Cook
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Canterbury Plains
Geraldine
Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park

Take a scenic half-day tour from Christchurch to spectacular Mount Cook.
Our tour departs Christchurch in the morning and travels through the lush farmland of the Canterbury Plains to Lake Tekapo, where you can see the iconic Church of the Good Shepherd as it stands in solitude next to the vibrant blue waters. Leaving Tekapo, we continue into the Southern Alps towards Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s tallest mountain. Along the way your driver guide will keep you entertained and informed with commentary on the area’s history and sites of interest.
The tour concludes on arrival at Mount Cook Village, where you can choose to enjoy lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel. Explore the village and soak up the views of Aoraki / Mount Cookas it towers above. You’ll also have the chance to take a scenic flight over this breathtaking alpine region (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day). You have the rest of the day at leisure.

Tour Departs7:30 am – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street
Tour Returns12:50 pm – Aoraki Hermitage Hotel, Level 2 Rear of Building Coach Park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Christchurch, arrives Mt Cook
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Canterbury Plains
Geraldine
Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park

Experience the beauty and grandeur of the Southern Alps on a sightseeing day tour to Mount Cook.

Leaving Christchurch in the morning, we travel through the fertile farmland of the Canterbury Plains to the shores of the stunning, glacier-fed Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd and take in the sights of the spectacular Southern Alps. We then continue to the location of New Zealand’s tallest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook, situated in a national park and UNESCO World Heritage site. Rising to 3,724 metres high, Aoraki certainly lives up to its name, which in Māori can be translated as ‘cloud piercer’. Legend tells of a young boy named Aoraki who was stranded with his brothers when their canoe struck a reef. As it tilted, the brothers climbed to the high side, where they were frozen by the south wind and turned into stone. Aoraki and his brothers now form the Southern Alps.

Enjoy lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook Village. After lunch you’ll have time to explore the village and soak up the view. Alternatively there is time to experience a scenic helicopter or ski plane flight for incredible views of mountain peaks and glaciers (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day).

The tour continues south, past Lake Pukaki and through the tawny tussock of the Mackenzie Country. En route, enjoy afternoon tea (own expense) in the quaint village of Omarama and if time permits, visit the Jones Family Orchard near Cromwell. Your tour concludes in the evening upon reaching Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street
Tour Returns
6:30 pm – Athol St in the middle of the car park

Tour Details & Highlights
Full day tour
Operates daily
Departs Christchurch, arrives Queenstown
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Canterbury Plains
Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mackenzie Country scenery

Experience the beauty and grandeur of the Southern Alps on a sightseeing day tour to Mount Cook.

Leaving Christchurch in the morning, we travel through the fertile farmland of the Canterbury Plains to the shores of the stunning, glacier-fed Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd and take in the sights of the spectacular Southern Alps. We then continue to the location of New Zealand’s tallest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook, situated in a national park and UNESCO World Heritage site. Rising to 3,724 metres high, Aoraki certainly lives up to its name, which in Māori can be translated as ‘cloud piercer’. Legend tells of a young boy named Aoraki who was stranded with his brothers when their canoe struck a reef. As it tilted, the brothers climbed to the high side, where they were frozen by the south wind and turned into stone. Aoraki and his brothers now form the Southern Alps.

Enjoy lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook Village. After lunch you’ll have time to explore the village and soak up the view. Alternatively there is time to experience a scenic helicopter or ski plane flight for incredible views of mountain peaks and glaciers (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day).

The tour continues south, past Lake Pukaki and through the tawny tussock of the Mackenzie Country. En route, enjoy afternoon tea (own expense) in the quaint village of Omarama and if time permits, visit the Jones Family Orchard near Cromwell. Your tour concludes in the evening upon reaching Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street
Tour Returns
6:30 pm – Athol St in the middle of the car park

Tour Details & Highlights
Full day tour
Operates daily
Departs Christchurch, arrives Queenstown
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Canterbury Plains
Lake Tekapo and Lake Pukaki
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mackenzie Country scenery

Take a day trip from Queenstown to Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s highest mountain.

Leaving Queenstown, we travel north through the historic gold mining region of the rugged Kawarau River Gorge and past Cromwell, famed for its fruit-growing. Skirting the shores of Lake Dunstan, we cross the Lindis Pass to Omarama for morning tea (own expense). Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Mount Cook Village, where you can gaze up at the 3,724 metre-high mountain Aoraki / Mount Cook, an important landmark in Māori mythology .

Enjoy the views from the iconic Hermitage Hotel as you eat a delicious lunch (optional extra), or explore the village and its scenic surrounds. There is also the chance to take off on a scenic flight over the park with its snowcapped mountains and ancient glaciers (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver/guide on the day).

Following our lunch stop, we depart Mount Cook Village and retrace our journey to Queenstown, arriving in the early evening.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
6:30 pm – Athol St in the middle of the car park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs and returns: Athol Street, Queenstown
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Kawarau River Gorge
Lake Dunstan
Mackenzie Basin
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mount Cook Village

Take a day trip from Queenstown to Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s highest mountain.

Leaving Queenstown, we travel north through the historic gold mining region of the rugged Kawarau River Gorge and past Cromwell, famed for its fruit-growing. Skirting the shores of Lake Dunstan, we cross the Lindis Pass to Omarama for morning tea (own expense). Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Mount Cook Village, where you can gaze up at the 3,724 metre-high mountain Aoraki / Mount Cook, an important landmark in Māori mythology .

Enjoy the views from the iconic Hermitage Hotel as you eat a delicious lunch (optional extra), or explore the village and its scenic surrounds. There is also the chance to take off on a scenic flight over the park with its snowcapped mountains and ancient glaciers (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver/guide on the day).

Following our lunch stop, we depart Mount Cook Village and retrace our journey to Queenstown, arriving in the early evening.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
6:30 pm – Athol St in the middle of the car park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs and returns: Athol Street, Queenstown
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Kawarau River Gorge
Lake Dunstan
Mackenzie Basin
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mount Cook Village

Journey deep into the Southern Alps on a half day sightseeing tour from Queenstown to Mount Cook.

Set off from Queenstown in a luxury coach, enjoying the commentary from your local driver guide as you travel north. Pass through the historic gold mining district of the rugged Kawarau River Gorge and the famous fruit growing region of Cromwell. Skirting the shores of Lake Dunstan, your tour crosses the Lindis Pass into Omarama for morning tea (own expense).

Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to Australasia’s highest mountain at 3,724 metres. Sit down to a delicious lunch (optional extra) at the Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook Village, where you can enjoy stunning uninterrupted views of Mount Cook and the other high peaks that make up the Southern Alps. You can also take the chance to see this alpine region from above with a scenic flight (own expense – this flight can be arranged with your driver/guide on the day).

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
12:15 pm – Aoraki Hermitage Hotel, Level 2 Rear of Building Coach Park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Queenstown, arrives Mount Cook Village
Complimentary hotel pick-up available
Kawarau River Gorge
Lake Dunstan
Mackenzie Basin
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mount Cook Village

Journey deep into the Southern Alps on a half day sightseeing tour from Queenstown to Mount Cook.

Set off from Queenstown in a luxury coach, enjoying the commentary from your local driver guide as you travel north. Pass through the historic gold mining district of the rugged Kawarau River Gorge and the famous fruit growing region of Cromwell. Skirting the shores of Lake Dunstan, your tour crosses the Lindis Pass into Omarama for morning tea (own expense).

Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park, home to Australasia’s highest mountain at 3,724 metres. Sit down to a delicious lunch (optional extra) at the Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook Village, where you can enjoy stunning uninterrupted views of Mount Cook and the other high peaks that make up the Southern Alps. You can also take the chance to see this alpine region from above with a scenic flight (own expense – this flight can be arranged with your driver/guide on the day).

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
12:15 pm – Aoraki Hermitage Hotel, Level 2 Rear of Building Coach Park

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Queenstown, arrives Mount Cook Village
Complimentary hotel pick-up available
Kawarau River Gorge
Lake Dunstan
Mackenzie Basin
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Mount Cook Village

Travel to the foothills of New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook, on a full-day sightseeing tour from Queenstown to Christchurch.

Setting off from Queenstown, travel by luxury air-conditioned coach through ruggedly beautiful landscape and over the Lindis Pass into the Mackenzie Country. We enter the amazing Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s highest mountain, where there is time to stop for lunch and a chance to enjoy the amazing alpine scenery. According to Māori legend, the boy Aoraki and his brothers once hit a reef in their canoe. When they climbed to the higher side of the tilting vessel, the cold south wind froze them, turning them into stone. Aoraki and family now form the Southern Alps, which you will see in all their glory on this tour.

During your stop at Mount Cook Village, choose to enjoy a delicious lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel. Also on offer is the chance to take a scenic flight over this spectacular region (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day).

In the afternoon, travel past Lake Pukaki to Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd against the backdrop of this vivid blue glacier-fed lake. We then continue through the diverse farmland of the Canterbury Plains to Christchurch, the Garden City, where your tour concludes.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
7:20 pm – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Queenstown, arrives Christchurch
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Lindis Pass
Mackenzie Country scenery
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Lake Pukaki and Lake Tekapo

Travel to the foothills of New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki / Mount Cook, on a full-day sightseeing tour from Queenstown to Christchurch.

Setting off from Queenstown, travel by luxury air-conditioned coach through ruggedly beautiful landscape and over the Lindis Pass into the Mackenzie Country. We enter the amazing Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park, home to New Zealand’s highest mountain, where there is time to stop for lunch and a chance to enjoy the amazing alpine scenery. According to Māori legend, the boy Aoraki and his brothers once hit a reef in their canoe. When they climbed to the higher side of the tilting vessel, the cold south wind froze them, turning them into stone. Aoraki and family now form the Southern Alps, which you will see in all their glory on this tour.

During your stop at Mount Cook Village, choose to enjoy a delicious lunch (optional extra) at the famous Hermitage Hotel. Also on offer is the chance to take a scenic flight over this spectacular region (additional cost, weather permitting – this flight can be arranged with your driver guide on the day).

In the afternoon, travel past Lake Pukaki to Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd against the backdrop of this vivid blue glacier-fed lake. We then continue through the diverse farmland of the Canterbury Plains to Christchurch, the Garden City, where your tour concludes.

Tour Departs
7:30 am – Athol St in the middle of the car park
Tour Returns
7:20 pm – Outside Bus Interchange on Lichfield Street, near Colombo Street

Tour Details & Highlights
Half day tour
Operates daily
Departs Queenstown, arrives Christchurch
Complimentary hotel pick-up / drop-off available
Lindis Pass
Mackenzie Country scenery
Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park
Lake Pukaki and Lake Tekapo

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