Ulva’s Guided Walks specialise in small personal tours. Our team of outstanding natural history and birdwatching guides take great pleasure in sharing their knowledge of flora and fauna, bird and wildlife expertise with visitors.
8.30am depart by water taxi to Ulva Island to explore lush native podocarp forest of Ulva Island to see rare and endangered native and endemic birds and plant life. Birds that may be seen are South Island Saddleback, Tomtit, Rifleman, Stewart Island Robin, Brown Creeper, Tui, Kaka, Fantail, NZ Pigeon, Yellow and Red-crowned Kakariki, Bellbird & Yellowhead.
At lunchtime board a deep ocean seabird watching boat excursion for close encounters with albatross, shearwaters, petrels & penguins.
FULL DAY 8.30am to 4.30