Day 28-29: What to see and do on Mount Cook
What to see and do on Mount Cook
Located in Mt. Cook National Park, the Mt. Cook is the highest peak in New Zealand With its 3724 meters and how could it be otherwise, one of the places that any traveler wants to see when visiting this amazing country.
Known to Maori as Aoraki, honoring mythology, he is currently known as Mount Cook in honor of the famous explorer James Cook.
Although today there are not a few organized groups that arrive here, there are few who stay for more than a few hours who dedicate only to take a photo along the way, a stop at the famous Hotel Hermitage for many later, return by the SH80 without even looking back.
We recommend, whenever you can, that you do not do this and dedicate at least two days to this place, since there are so many things to see and do on Mount Cook, that we are sure, you will regret it if you do not.Complete itinerary Trip to New Zealand