Great walks - keep it simple. Most of these trips are one hike, start to finish, in one splendid wilderness area of New Zealand.
Generally lodge to lodge walking, carrying just a day pack and the option of a glass of wine to end the day. No slumming it on these trips.
If some of the world's best walks matched with comfy beds in the evening and your meals all sorted for you sounds good then we are certain to have a trip for you.
Experience the world-famous Abel Tasman National Park in style - where gentle beech forests give way to golden sands and glistening water. Enjoy three days of walking the Coast Track.
Experience the world-famous Abel Tasman National Park in style - where gentle beech forests give way to golden sands and glistening water.
This delightful hiking route takes you on a traverse through the heart of Kahurangi National Park. This ancient Maori trail is now one of New Zealand's "Great Walks" and is a well formed track stretching 82...
Located in Fiordland National Park, the magnificent Hollyford Track is one of New Zealand's greatest walks, representing the country's most untouched and inspiring wilderness areas.
Explore the southern edge of Fiordland and the unique combination of beach, bush and sub-alpine scenery. Traverse mighty wooden viaducts on the way to the historic Port Craig Village, once a bustling sawmill town.
Lake Waikaremoana is situated in Te Urewera National Park, the largest area of untouched natural wilderness remaining in the North Island of New Zealand.
The Queen Charlotte track stretches 70 kilometres from the legendary Ship Cove at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound to Anakiwa. The scenery is tremendously varied as the track meanders its way around hidden bays and...
The best chance most people will ever have to see New Zealand's national bird, the kiwi, in its natural environment. Breathe fresh sea air, hear rare bird calls and enjoy the solitude of Stewart Island.
If you enjoy challenges and a good physical workout in a scenic environment, then this trek is for you. If you appreciate getting off-the-beaten-track, then this is definitely the place to go – it is rare to...
Be awed whilst exploring the dual listed World Heritage Area of the Tongariro National Park. Whilst experiencing some of New Zealand's best day hikes, such as the Tongariro Alpine Crossing and Mt Ruapehu Crater Lake you...
Paddle right through the Whanganui National Park, a remote and impenetrable region rich in Māoritanga (Maori culture). Deep jungles and incised rivers extend for 700 square kilometres and there is almost no road access.