I’ve been almost three years in this gorgeous country and I have seen so much. I’ve done endless road trips, crawled over mountains, discovered little hidden spots, swam in the ocean and much more. But never had I seen this country from the sky. Until last November, when I flew over Mount Cook National Park and the Mackenzie region. I couldn’t believe my eyes seeing New Zealand from Above. Beee-eautiful!
The experience was that amazing that I decided to make a project out of it: New Zealand From Above. I never realised how different an area looks from the sky than from the ground. I want to share this bird’s eye view of New Zealand with you.
After Mount Cook it was time for my second flight. This time the Tasman region, with Abel Tasman National Park, Kahurangi National Park and the many beaches. So different than snowy Mount Cook, but also very beautiful. This time I flew above the ocean, beaches, little lakes, forests and mountains.
Have a look yourself, what do you think?
As you can see, there is so much to discover in this region!
When you’re in the area I highly recommend visiting Wharariki Beach, a beautiful beach with lots to discover. Check it out here.
Also pay a visit to the Abel Tasman National Park. Great for day (or longer) walks, kayaking and camping. I made a little video about a trip to the park.
Thanks Golden Bay Air for letting me fly high above New Zealand!