Dramatic is the term used to describe the alpine and volcanic landscapes of the World Heritage Area that is Tongariro National Park. During this small group hiking adventure you will be accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide as you hike the famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing and the Mount Ruapehu Crater Lake. A fascinating cultural history combined with volcanic wastelands, wild rivers, breath-taking lunar like landscapes, native forest and alpine meadows.
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This all-encompassing Marlborough Sounds package incorporates the best the Marlborough Sounds has to offer in four days. You will have the opportunity to enjoy two days of gentle sea kayaking, two days of easy walking and an eco-tour and dolphin watching, all with the security and comfort of a guide, comfortable accommodation and delicious food.
Located at the top of the South Island, in the Marlborough Sounds, The Queen Charlotte Track is quickly becoming one of New Zealand’s classic walks and a “must do” on every international or domestic visitors itinerary. This itinerary allows the independent walker to walk the track in comfort and with ease.
Experience the ultimate in luxury while walking the Queen Charlotte Track. Rest each night in comfortable boutique lodges and enjoy a meal matched with local fine Marlborough wines. Enjoy the splendour of walking the Queen Charlotte Track with a friendly knowledgeable guide.
The Queen Charlette Track was rated as one of the best new trips in the world by National Geographic Adventure in 2008.
Heralded as one of the countries premier walking trails The Queen Charlotte Track is one of New Zealand's most relaxing coastal walks. From fern fringed bays and lush green forest to stunning skyline vistas its easy to see why. Top this with comfortable accommodation in nice lodges along with excellent three course meals and you have all the requirements of a fantastic hiking experience.
This is an easygoing, low altitude three day walk (one additional night predeparture). through the beautiful Hollyford Valley. Step into a dramatic wilderness valley and enter a lost world that hasn’t changed in thousands of years. The scenery here is geologically spectacular and ever-changing. Snow-capped mountains tower over lush rainforests, rivers, glaciers and waterfalls.
Experience the landscapes of the Fiordland National Park such as the beech-forested shores of lakes Te Anau, the tussock carpeted alpine tops and grandeur of Mt Luxmore and panoramic views of rivers, lakes and hanging valleys on one side and the Kepler Mountain range on the other.