New Zealand

Mountain Air


Tongariro National Park is a world heritage site and is the second oldest National Park in the world after Yellowstone in America. The National Park includes three mountains, Mt Ruapehu, Mt Ngauruhoe, and Mt Tongariro. Mt Ruapehu is the highest mountain in the North Island and the main skiing spot in the region, its crater lake is filled with acidic tepid water which changes temperature on a regular basis.

Features of the flights:

  • Views of the volcanic Tongariro National Park & World Heritage Site
  • Scenes from past and present volcanic activity
  • Views of the Ketetahi Hot Springs, Blue Lake, Emerald Lakes, Red Crater, Tama Lakes, Tongariro Crossing one day walk, the central desert, native forests of the Park, the tussock country, sheep farmlands and Lake Taupo, the biggest crater lake of them all
  • Outstanding photographic opportunities
  • Airplane adventure with informed commentary over pristine lakes, thermal and volcanic activity


  • Flights operate from 8.00am 7 days per week, weather permitting
  • Flights during summer operate until twilight
  • Bookings are preferable
  • Flights leave on demand with a minimum of 2 adult fares
  • No age limit

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