Glacier Explorers, Mt. Cook Village

4.2
#1 of 8 in Wildlife in Mackenzie District
Nature / Wildlife Tour · Wildlife Area
Glacier Explorers is located in Mt. Cook Village. Use our Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu) trip planning site to visit Glacier Explorers on your trip to Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Te Wahipounamu), and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Had a great time. The guide was fantastic and trip well worth it. Got to learn about the receding glaciers and got to touch small icebergs. Well worth the money and time!  more »
  • Went on the boat trip on the lake formed in front of the iconic Tasman Glacier. Knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides (Amy, and particularly ‘Pancho’ our guide on the lake’). It was a cool, overcast.....  more »
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  • Pretty good place to visit but very pricey as only one company does this. The guide were really nice and scenery stunning. You get to touch ice and see glaciers. Kids loved the boat experience and eating ice. We also got lucky (if that’s what u call it??) and saw some ice collapse off the face.
  • Unforgettable, best experience in NZ south island, possible to touch, taste (purity) 400-year-old iceberg, see the terminal face of Tasman Glacier, which will disappear in 40 years. Kids absolutely loved it, good educational adventure and unique experience.

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