Aoraki Mount Cook National Park has some of the best walks in the country. The scenery is spectacular, with the tallest peak in New Zealand, Aoraki / Mount Cook, soaring above at a height of 3,724 metres. Amazing shot taken by @rachstewartnz Be sure to #destinationnz to grab a feature ✌
Scattered across the South Pacific, the Cook Islands consist of fifteen patches of paradise that are rimmed by sand, fringed by coral and tickled by jade green waters. Ancient traditions and diverse interiors give each island unique appeal, creating an irresistible urge to catamaran between them, from the mountains of Rarotonga to the caves of Atiu, and from the lagoon at Aitutaki to the southern outpost of Mangaia. Here's our Top 10 things to do in the Cook Islands!
Day 8- Lake Pukaki, New Zealand Lake Pukaki is the largest of three roughly parallel alpine lakes running north-south along the northern edge of the Mackenzie Basin on New Zealand's South Island. #AviaPromo #Travelling #Holiday more info: 021-4223838 email:firstname.lastname@example.org