Days: 22 days
Start/Finish: Auckland / Christchurch
Accommodation: Backcountry Huts, Cabins, Camping, Lodges
Grade: D (River crossings, some uneven terrain, you need to be reasonably fit and enthusiastic)
Departs: Monthly
Price: NZD $5,900.00
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The Ultimate New Zealand experience! This trip encompasses the very best that New Zealand has to offer - hike the best sections of the Lake Waikaremoana Great Walk and explore the volcanic wonderland of Tongariro National Park. In the South Island swim in the crystal clear waters of Abel Tasman National Park, kayak on New Zealand’s largest unmodified wetland before being exhilarated by the adrenalin-packed activities of Queenstown. Be dwarfed by the peaks of Milford Sound and the awe-inspiring Aoraki/Mt Cook. The five multi-day hikes throughout the country flaunt the diversity of the New Zealand landscape. The range of accommodation includes: camping, backcountry huts, lodges and cabins. Revel in the outdoor atmosphere while sitting around the campfire. Rotorua thermal park, Row boats, Okarito sea kayaking, cycling the Wilderness Trail and the Milford Sound cruise are all included in the trip price.

This trip can be split into two:

The North Island is the Ultimate North and the South Island is the Ultimate South.



»  Hike sections of New Zealand’s Great Walks and visit a thermal park
»  Experience the volcanic wonders of the Tongariro Crossing
»  Multi-day hikes alongside golden sand beaches and through native rainforest
»  Scenic flight across Cook Strait to the South Island
»  Observe a fur seal breeding colony
»  Explore crystal clear rivers and limestone river canyons
»  Sea kayak on Okarito Lagoon, surrounded by lush native rain forest and native birdlife
»  View a monstrous river of ice, the dynamic Fox Glacier
»  Free day in Queenstown, New Zealand’s ‘adrenalin capital’
»  Cruise the waters of Milford Sound
»  Explore Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, a rugged land of ice and rock

 Want to get an little more insight information? Check out Glenys's adventure to Lake Waikaremoana and Angela's hike of the Tongariro Crossing


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