Be seduced by Fiordland’s most awe-inspiring and diverse landscapes on the ultimate New Zealand walking package. Get to know the Milford, Routeburn and Kepler Tracks plus beautiful Lake Marian on this unforgettable, fully-guided 4 day South Island Great Walk adventure. Our alpine vistas, native forests, giant lakes, roaring rivers and vast fiords will leave you spellbound!
Take five days to be as active or relaxed as you wish, with three days walking the 38 km (23 Mile) Coastal Track and 2 extra days at each of the Beachfront Lodges. This is a fully Inclusive, Pack-Free, guided adventure into the World Famous Abel Tasman National Park. You may choose to do sections by kayak, walking or sailing.
Heralded as one of the countries premier walking trails The Queen Charlotte Track is one of New Zealand's most relaxing coastal walks. On the 5 day trip, you walk the entire track, but take a rest day on the fourth day at Portage Resort. You may chose to just sit around the pool, have a massage, rest and relax in the peaceful surroundings of the resort or you may like to take out a sea kayak with your guide for an afternoon paddle.
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 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.
The Milford Track is without a doubt the most well known of New Zealand's 'Great Walks'. The cost effective way to experience this 4 day walk is the freedom or Independent walk using Department of Conservation huts (carrying your own food and bedding). The track passes through the heart of Fiordland National Park all the way through to Milford Sound and has a long history.