Due to the recent flooding in Fiordland we're no longer taking bookings for the remainder of this season (up until the the end of April 2020). We are however happy to take bookings for next season which operates beween October 2020 and April 2021. If you currently have a confirmed booking for this season (up until April 2020) our customer service team will be in touch with you over the coming week. Please call our team on 0800 832 226 if you have any questions. 

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Why this experience will change your life

I was feeling mega locked-in by city life and city stress and city days – You too?

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Hiking Adventures in the South Island

Walkers, hikers and trekkers are spoiled for choice on New Zealand’s South Island, with some of the best walks in the world.

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Top Places to Visit In New Zealand

New Zealand tops the list of ‘must visit’ destinations, for tourists from around the world. Every year, it’s the combination of stunning scenery, exciting activities (like skiing, jet boating and...

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Rare penguins delight walkers

Hollyford Track Guided Walks, owned and operated by Ngāi Tahu Tourism, has opened for the summer season and early walkers on the track have been rewarded with regular sightings of...

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Hollyford Track Takes Over Guided Walks NZ

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A land untamed

On the side of the Hollyford Valley track is an immense rimu that was a seedling 1000 years ago when no humans had ever walked this waterlogged way.

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In my grandfathers footsteps

“It had been my goal for some time to do the Hollyford Walk with my 3 children.

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Petrolhead goes walking

There were a number of people at the NZ LAW Queenstown Conference who decided to add on an extra opportunity to walk the Hollyford Track.

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Te Anau Blue Light trip

Te Anau Blue Light consists of local police, Te Anau’s local youth worker and a couple of volunteers, including Bard Crawford, who has guided for the Hollyford Track over the...

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Far from the paddling crowd

The Hollyford Track is wet and wild and lacks the traffic of Milford Sound. The south-west corner of New Zealand's South Island gives you a new appreciation of green.

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