Aoraki Mount Cook

Aoraki Mount CookAoraki Mount Cook is currently considered New Zealand’s highest mountain with an estimated height of about 3700 metres.  It lies in the South Alps mountain ranges that stretch across the South Island.  Southern Alps is part of the pacific ring of fire where the Pacific Platonic Plate collides with Indo-Australian Platonic Plate.  What you can see here is the snow covered mountain ranges and beautiful starry nights.

Auckland’s Sky Tower

Auckland’s Sky Tower

Auckland’s Sky Tower is an observation and telecommunications tower located at the corner of Victoria and Federal Streets in the Auckland CBD, Auckland City, New Zealand.  It has a height of 328 metres. It was open on 3 August 1997.  The observation deck is located on the Level 51.

Franz Josef Glacier

Franz Josef GlacierFranz Josef Glacier is a 11 km long glacier formed in Westland Tai Poutini National Park on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island.  Here you can valley walk, ice climbing and more with Franz Josef Glacier tours available.


KaikouraKaikoura is a small town located on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand. You can have a wildlife experience watching whales, fur seals and dolphins swimming around.  It is also a great place eat crayfish.

Lake Pukaki

Lake PukakiLake Pukaki is glacial lake with blue color surface. It was part of the scenes in some  famous movie eg. The Hobbit.  it was stunningly beautiful.

Milford Sound

Milford SoundMilford Sound is a steep cliff situated in the south west of New Zealand’s South Island, within Piopiotahi Marine Reserve,Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site and Fiordland National Park.


RotoruaRotorua is a city situated in New Zealand’s North Island. It is popular with local and international tourists for its coolest hot spots and geysers.

Tongariro National Park

Tongariro National ParkTongariro National Park is an old national park in New Zealand, located in the central North Island.  It is classified by UNESCO for its cultural and natural World Heritage Sites.