Glacier Explorers, Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu)

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  • Well organised trip to the lake and then by boat. The lake is now about 5 km long and the trip goes as close as is safe to face of the melting glacier. There are many icebergs in the lake and we able....  more »
  • Unforgettable experience we all loved and great value for money. The driver and both guides (Amy was our boat pilot) were good fun and very informative, the walk was doable even by our injured friend....  more »
  • Pretty good place to visit but very pricey as only one company does this. The guide were really nice and scenery stunning. You get to touch ice and see glaciers. Kids loved the boat experience and eating ice. We also got lucky (if that’s what u call it??) and saw some ice collapse off the face.
  • Unforgettable, best experience in NZ south island, possible to touch, taste (purity) 400-year-old iceberg, see the terminal face of Tasman Glacier, which will disappear in 40 years. Kids absolutely loved it, good educational adventure and unique experience.
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