Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Twin Glacier Helicopter Flight from Franz Josef. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The helicopter trip was awesome and to stand on the glacier was fabulous. Only criticism is that the reception staff at The Helicopter line were very unhelpful and rude and the pilot's commentary was lack lustre. Apart from that brilliant!
Superb experience, friendly and knowledgeable staff who want to give you the best service possible while making sure everyone is safe Excellent!
Words cannot descibe the experience..Totally awesome..Was the hilight of our trip.
Awesome!! Spectacular!! Worth every dollar!! Educational!! Spunky pilot!!
We had to wait three days for the weather to clear, but it was well worth it.
Sensational trip, we had super blue skies and a fantastic trip up and around Mount Cook. The helicopter company also gave us a free upgrade to the 40 Minute trip!
It's worth the money to be up on the glacier. In the sun and on the grass, then 5 minutes later in the sun and snow having a snowball fight. Awesome
Amazing experience & a fantastic way to see the glaciers with 2 children, aged 5 & 11. Check time of year for flights, though, as during summer the weather can be unpredictable & flights don't go. We got lucky!
It was brilliant! The snow landing was great fun, especially when you don't get to see snow often coming from Australia!
The staff was very friendly and well-informed. Overall, this was a great experience.
After doubt whether trip could take place because it was too cloudy and postponement until 5pm, finally at 6.30pm the trip went to plan and was certainly well worth the wait. An amazing experience!
Our first touch of snow...........considering our family at home were suffering through over 40 degree heat we were loving the temperature. Highly recommend to anyone; even those who THINK they may fear heights!!! loved it.... only thing.... wish it took a little longer.... ;-)