Mount Cook National Park

Mt. Cook National Park is the tallest mountain in New Zealand, helped Sir Edmud Hillary to build up his ascending aptitudes in anticipation of the victory of Everest. Aoraki Mount Cook National Park is home of the most elevated mountains and the longest ice sheets. It is high in the most perfect sense - with skyscraping pinnacles, ice sheets and changeless snow handle, all set under a ritzy sky. As per Ngai Tahu legend, Aoraki and his three brothers were the children of Rakinui, the God Father. While on a sea voyage, their kayak upset on a reef. At the point when the brothers got on their kayak, the freezing south wind went them to stone. The kayak turned into the South Island; Aoraki and his siblings turned into the pinnacles of the Southern Alps with our New Zealand Tours

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