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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 ✌

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 metres. Amazing shot taken by Be sure to to grab a feature ✌

Pukaki,NEW ZELAND

Turquoise colored water of Lake Pukaki - Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand

Fiordland National Park, New Zealand    Located on New Zealand’s South Island, Fiordland is the country’s largest national park, encompassing rugged mountain ranges, 14 gorgeous fiords and a world-renowned collection of waterfalls.  Activities here include bird watching, hunting, jet boating, kayaking, diving and mountain biking and hiking.

New Zealand. Fiordland National Park, New Zealand Located on New Zealand’s South Island, Fiordland is the country’s largest national park, encompassing rugged mountain ranges, 14 gorgeous fiords and a world-renowned collection of waterfalls.

New Zealand. I just want to take my camera there with sketchbooks full of ideas, take advantage of the landscape, and shoot as much as I can.

Matamata, New Zealand. These are the hobbit houses from The Lord of the Rings. The sheep have taken up residency in them

Milford Sound, New Zeland - Milford Sound or “Piopiotahi” in Maori is a deep, icy waterway running 15km inland from the Tasman Sea and is part of the Fiordland National Park in New Zealand. The name “Piopiotahi” which means place of singing thrush comes from a Maori legend. This majestic landscape of spectacular beauty and natural grandeur is surrounded by sheer rock walls and sports two permanent waterfalls, Lady Bowen Falls and Stirling Falls #monogramsvacation

Milford Sound, New Zeland - Milford Sound or “Piopiotahi” in Maori is a deep, icy waterway running inland from the Tasman Sea and is part of the Fiordland National Park in New Zealand.

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