A moment to enjoy a snack and sweeping panoramic views. Photo by Adrian Fogg
The group poses for a picture while hiking in the Diamond lake and Rocky Mountain tracks at Mount Aspring National Park.
In New Zealand you're never more than 80 miles from one of the countries beautiful coastlines. Photo by Adrian Fogg
Cruising the Milford Sound aboard the Milford Mariner. Photo by Adrian Fogg
New Zealand's chain of mountains begins in northwest Nelson and the Kaikōura ranges, extends into the Southern Alps, which have the highest peaks, and reaches the Fiordland area in the southwest. Photo by Adrian Fogg
At lunch some of New Zealand's staple desserts are sampled among the group. Photo by Adrian Fogg
Beach hikes offer a nice contrast to explorations among glaciers and alps. Photo by Adrian Fogg
Lake Wanaka's region of soaring mountains and deep alpine lakes is one of New Zealand's most spectacular landscapes. Photo by Adrian Fogg
Travelers stop for a brief photo op with the National Geographic flag. Photo by Adrian Fogg
A beautiful view of Mount Cook, the highest summit in New Zealand, as seen from Okarito.
Fur seals basking on the rocks in the Tonga Island Marine Reserve.
Travelers exploring the spectacular Tonga Island Marine Reserve by sea kayak.