Join us for a magical stellar evening with New Zealand’s only guided hot pools and star gazing experience.
Located at the renowned Tekapo Springs resort, the tour combines the spectacular Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve with our relaxing hot pools.
The journey begins with an indoor and outdoor tour where you’ll get to hear about the fascinating astronomy from your experienced guide as you are introduced to the dazzling night skies of Tekapo.
You will then be welcomed into our soul-warming 38-degree hot pool where you can relax in a floating hammock and marvel at the glistening display of stars as you explore the wonder of Tekapo’s night skies.
The Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve boasts some of the clearest, darkest night skies in the world and is the largest reserve in the southern hemisphere.
Join us for an amazing journey of discovery and soak in the stars.
Summer hours: 10pm first tour, 11.15pm second tour
All prices are shown in NZD ($)
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