The South Island of New Zealand, being home to ancient glaciers, phenomenal mountains and crystal lakes, is renowned for its natural landscapes. Visit the picturesque alpine village of Queenstown, the “Adventure Capital of the World” and the town of Glenorchy nearby, a true slice of paradise surrounded by beech forests, snowy peaks and pristine lakes. Explore the dramatic fiords of Fiordland National Park, a famous UNESCO World Heritage Site and its bordering town of Te Anau sitting on the edge of the beautiful Lake Te Anau. Marvel at the iconic peak of Mount Cook/ Aoraki and the dominating Southern Alps, a mountain range extending for nearly 500 kilometres along the South Island. Last but not least, make your way to Christchurch – a vibrant city in transition, but not before stopping by Fairlie, a quintessential rural New Zealand town in order to enjoy a true “Kiwi” experience.