These are limited only by your imagination. You can either 'rough it', sleeping in tents or in one of the 1,000 communal huts scattered throughout our national parks. OR you can enjoy the relative luxury of one of our guided walks, where all cooking is taken care of and the accommodation provided is of a very high standard.
Regardless of which walk you decide to do in New Zealand, we do ask that you take note of our New Zealand Environmental Care Code - a simple 10 point checklist to ensure your enjoyment of our pristine environment and to keep it safe for future generations.
If you want to maximize your walking experience while in NZ this tour gets you onto the top 5 tracks on an easygoing, 4 star comforts of home 11 or 13 day small group tour.
NEW ZEALANDS NINE GREAT WALKS
The Departmant of Conservation has designated nine New Zealand Great Walks that are spread throughout the country, each showcasing a different set of iconic New Zealand landscapes, flora and fauna. These experiences are outlined in our blog and will go a long way to help you choosing which will suite you.
INDEPENDENT HIKING IN NEW ZEALAND
A high standard of track maintenance mixed with a ‘Mild Ocean Controlled Climate’, especially during the summer months (December to March) make independent hiking in New Zealand both popular and cost effective. However it doesn’t come without risks and those thinking of doing it alone need to be mindful of the pitfalls especially if considering one of New Zealand’s remote multi-day hikes.