Tramping and hiking in New
Zealand is a popular pastime. Stewart Island
and Fiordland National Parks are two remote
and unspoilt areas in Southland offering
a range of wilderness outdoor adventures.
Picture yourself in the southern most island
of New Zealand wandering under a stadium
of stars to try your luck at native Kiwi
spotting. Or stick to the mainland and imagine
hiking through "the most important forest
in the world".
Kiwi Wilderness Walks offers a range of
all inclusive guided walks. Participate in
the outdoors in classic "Kiwi"
fashion carrying only your personal belongings.
Accommodation on the trail includes modern
back country huts, bush camps and Southland
Experienced guides help you have a safe,
enjoyable trip while providing an entertaining
and valuable insight in to the history of
Maori, early settlers and the local ecology.