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Located on the west coast of the South Island, the Franz Josef Glacier is one of New Zealand’s most popular tourist destinations.
One of the main reasons for its huge popularity is that the terminus of the glacier is only 300 meters above sea level making it easily accessible by car and on foot from the nearest town.
250,000 people per year visit the glacier to marvel at the natural beauty of the area and to enjoy a range of activities such as trekking, ice climbing, glacier walks and scenic flights.
While you are in the area you should also check out a few other amazing places including Fox Glacier, Mount Cook, Westland National Park and Lake Mapourika.
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