Discover New Zealand's dramatic landscapes, magnificent wilderness and stunning wildlife when you hike one of the country's Great Walks.
New Zealand has thousands of kilometres of hiking trails but sitting above them all are the ten Great Walks that journey through the country's most magnificent places and iconic locations.
Journey into the enchanted green world that surrounds beautiful Lake Waikaremoana. Venture through rainforest, wetlands and a magical ‘goblin forest'.
Take a walk down the Whanganui River, without touching the ground. This memorable kayak or canoe adventure flows through a wildly beautiful national park.
This amazing walk encircles Mount Ngauruhoe, an active volcano in Tongariro National Park. You’ll see craters, explosion pits, lava flows and more.
Explore the beautiful beaches and remarkable rock formations and encounter cheeky wildlife amidst beautiful Abel Tasman National Park.
The Paparoa track is the 10th great walk of New Zealand and takes you through alpine tops, limestone landscapes and lush rainforests offering breath-taking views.
This ancient Maori trail crosses over tussock downs to lush forests, through Nikau palms and onward to the roaring seas of the West Coast.
With soaring mountain peaks, huge valleys, waterfalls and jewel-like lakes, this track links the Mount Aspiring National Park with Fiordland National Park.
New Zealand’s most famous walk, the Milford Track has been thrilling hikers for more than 150 years. The alpine and fiord scenery is as perfect as ever.
This awe-inspiring track was designed to show you all the best features of Fiordland - mountains, native forest, waterfalls and glacier-carved valleys.