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Cobb Valley trekking holiday in New Zealand

Kahurangi National Park is New Zealand's second largest and most diverse park. At 452 000 hectares it covers from coastal lowland to high alpine plateau's and is all pristine wilderness. Overnight accommodation in the park is in public huts with basic facilities no showers or power, or in tents. However, on the Cobb Valley Comfort trip we stay in a house situated in a remote valley. The house has power and full facilities and for these trips is solely for our clients. From this central location we will have four different day walks into quite diverse areas, ranging from valley walks through to high alpine lakes. Walks are designed to cater for all fitness levels. Unique NZ birdlife and ... Read more >
From NZ $625 excluding flights

Karamea Track hiking trip in New Zealand

This is a classic wilderness trek through the Kahurangi National Park - the second largest park in New Zealand. Located in the northwestern corner of the South Island many of the features seen in the Park are unique to New Zealand. Those making the effort are provided with a treasure trove of surprises. The starting point is the Flora track from where the Mount Arthur Tablelands are crossed, then the decent into the pristine Leslie/ Karamea valley with its podocarp beech forest and wilderness rivers. At the headwaters of the Karamea River the Wangapeka track joins the Leslie/ Karamea. We then journey down the Wangapeka River to Rolling River. This is a long walk of approximately ... Read more >
From NZ $1,495 excluding flights

Heaphy Track hiking trip in New Zealand

'The Heaphy Track at 82km, is regarded as New Zealand's most diverse track. It contains more plant species than any other walk and passes through a large variety of habitat and scenery, ranging from lowland rain forest to sub alpine plateau down to palm fringed beaches. The track has an excellent surface and gradient, and is suitable for an average fitness level. Rare birds may be seen, including Blue Duck, Kaka, and Fern bird. The Great Spotted Kiwi may be heard screeching on most nights. Clients will be expected to carry their own personal gear, guides will carry the bulk of equipment. Accommodation will be in public huts with mattresses and heating . No electricity, but swimming spots ... Read more >
From NZ $1,749 excluding flights

New Zealand birdwatching holiday

New Zealand's natural environment is unique. Once part of the southern super continent of 'Gondwana', it has been isolated for approx. 80 million years, until the first humans arrived a mere 650 years ago (in any numbers). That event made New Zealand the last major land area on earth to receive the brunt of human contact. What the Polynesians found was a natural environment that has evolved in total isolation. "New Zealand is the closest we can come to studying evolution on another planet." (Jared Diamond - American biologist). There were no mammals apart from 3 small bat species. The bird life had evolved free of predation except for a few birds of prey. There was a remarkable array of ... Read more >
From NZ $1,895 excluding flights
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