The mighty Fox Glacier on the wild west coast of the South Island is home to one of the most accessible and biggest glaciers in the world. Snaking down like a perfect river of blue ice off the back of Mt. Tasman and Mt. Cook, New Zealand`s highest peak, along with neighboring Franz Josef Glacier, Fox Glacier is outstanding to see and even better up close and personal.
Stunning Experience in New Zealand!. From Christchurch (the gateway to New Zealand's South Island). Then escape driving along the country visiting: Greymouth (largest town in the West Coast with a history of jade hunting, gold mining and dramatic river floods, as well as its beer and wild west coast stories). Then explore Fox Glacier (one of the world's most accessible glaciers and one of only glaciers in the world that descends into rainforest) and Wanaka (has the buzz of a genuine alpine town and is the ultimate hub for outdoor adventures, and with Mount Aspiring National Park located close by it’s the perfect destination for exploring the Southern Alps). Lastly is Queenstown (known as the adventure capital of the world, Queenstown is home to a range of adventures, from the world's first and most famous bungy jumps - the Kawarau Bridge Bungy). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">Experience the Geothermal Wonders of Rotorua! ...and enjoy a unique thermal spa experience in its relaxing hot mineral spring bathing, spa therapies, teaming cliffs, volcanic craters, picturesque lake views and many more geothermal features.</span>
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">This is one of the few glaciers in the world not receding because of global warming. The scenery changes every day on the glacier because it is constantly moving and new routes are always being made.</span>
<span class="P_Blk_Arial_11">Queenstown is the centre for adventure tourism in New Zealand. The town is built around an inlet on Lake Wakatipu and has spectactular views of nearby mountains.</span>