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Work as a team as you paddle a waka (Maori canoe) in Abel Tasman National Park
Kayaking through majestic fiords
Enjoy one of New Zealand's tranquil sunsets in Abel Tasman
Historic Hokitika is a cool little town on the West Coast that boasts an arty feel to the place
Hike up the open valley floor towards the historic stone Mt Aspiring Hut, situated in the shadow of Mt Aspiring
The impressive waterfalls of Milford Sound are best viewed by cruise or kayak
The sands of Abel Tasman are a deep golden from the high content of orthoclase minerals in the sand
Commanding views over the Hooker Lake are the reward for reaching Mueller Ridge in Mt Cook National Park
The coastal settlement of Okarito is the perfect place to watch the sunset around a bon fire
The Tasman Sea, between Australia and New Zealand, crashes onto the West Coast is renowned for being wild
An easy short walk leads to spectacular views of the Southern Alps reflected on the still waters of Lake Matheson.
Cross the swing bridge above the West Matukituki River on your way to Rob Roy Glacier.
The walk up Hooker Valley is one of the most popular walks in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park
Milford Sound is a world renowned natural wonder with cascading waterfalls and towering peaks.
Marvel at the Rob Roy Glacier from afar
For the keen hikers amongst the group scramble to Mueller Ridge from Sealy Tarns
Abel Tasman National Park is New Zealand's smallest national park and renowned for its golden beaches
Cycle a network of historic railway lines, logging tramways and water races along the West Coast Wilderness Trail
Spy the 'whale rock' up the Fox River in Paparoa National Park
Mix up the active relaxing and spend a day cycling the West Coast Wilderness Trail
The charming Aspiring Hut is a welcome sight after a great day of hiking
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