• Rakiura Track

    New Zealand's southern-most Great Walk, the Rakiura Track is a three day loop starting in Halfmoon Bay. The hike takes you  along beaches, through bush and over a range.

    Rakiura, Land of the glowing skys.
  • Kea – the world’s only alpine parrot

    These mischevious mountain birds are notorious for their ability to destroy anything that can be pulled apart with a beak - cars,  tramping boots, you name it!   Kea are found in many of New Zealand's alpine areas - Encounter them on the Kepler, Routeburn, or Milford Tracks

    Explore the Kepler Track
  • The Dusky Track…

     Fiordland back country wilderness at it’s rawest.

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  • Testimonials

    • The kiwi glanced at us, turned and waddled up the trail, its muscular legs supporting a squat, bristly backside. Then it made an abrupt about-face and plodded toward us. It sniffed curiously at Matt’s boot, made another about-face, and ran up the track into the dark.

      I realized I had been holding my breath, so I exhaled. The whole experience had lasted less than five minutes, but it had made the entire trip to New Zealand worthwhile… I was thrilled…

      Ryan Donmoyer, NY Times – Stewart Island Track
    • Such an incredibly beautiful area! As soon as you step over the bridge at Wairaurahiri, the difference is dramatic – lush old growth rain forest, and the birdsong twice as loud! like being in another world… The coastline is amazing too, so wild and moody – we had rain, sunshine, and hail all in the space of an hour! Nothing beats arriving to a hot food and a roaring fire in a cozy hut after a hard days hike though. I can’t wait to do it again!

      Chrissy, Waitutu Track
    • Hi this is me Lily! I had such a cool time on the Stewart Island track. We landed on the beach at Mason Bay and walked to a hut and we saw a kiwi! We saw a weka too and it stole my keyring… On top of big sand hill we did a lot of sandune jumping and on the walk i took lots of photos here they are…

      Lily, 10 – Lily’s Stewart Island Track report
    • Dolphins at dusk, pikelets at the Percy Burn Viaduct and poetry at Port Craig . . . Fiordland sure turns on the charm, writes Shane Gilchrist of the The Otago Daily Times…

      Dolphins at Dusk – Port Craig.