Hiking Tour of New Zealand - Kiwi Classic
Endorphins aren’t free. Earn the views!
Kiwi Classic Route Map
Highlights of the Kiwi Classic
1: Ben Lomond
A rewarding hike to summit Queenstown’s most famous peak.
2: Franz Josef Glacier
Hike to the terminal face of this spectacular glacier on the West Coast.
3: Multi-day backpacking
3 day backpacking in Nelson Lakes National Park
4: Swim with dolphins
The ocean is calling! Meet these wonderful creatures in their natural environment.
5: Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park
Take on the steep steps of the Mueller Ridge hike, New Zealand’s most spectacular day hike.
6: Milford Sound
Beat the crowds with an early morning boat cruise on the ‘eighth wonder of the world’.
7: The Routeburn Track
Hike New Zealand’s most magnificent Great Walk up to Key Summit.
8: The Kepler Track
Experience incredible lake and mountain vistas on this Great Walk.
Kiwi Classic Day-by-Day Itinerary
Hike Ben Lomond
Day 1 – Arrive and hike Ben Lomond
It’s time to breathe in your first taste of pure New Zealand mountain air. After making our introductions, we’ll head for our first hike of the trip, Ben Lomond. This steady climb is the perfect introduction to New Zealand hiking, offering up panoramic views of Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu.
Hike Ben Lomond
We will begin this adventure by ticking off one of our favourite Queenstown hikes, the stunning Ben Lomond track. We’ll buy some time by cutting out the initial slog and hopping on the gondola up to our start point. It doesn’t take long to emerge from the forest canopy out onto the tussock-wrapped hills. You’ll follow the ridgeline to the summit where you'll be rewarded with spectacular 360 degree views over Queenstown, Lake Wakatipu and the surrounding mountain ranges.
Tonight, we’ll bed down in the neighbouring town of Wanaka. This delightful little town is home to many bustling bars, cafes and of course ‘that Wanaka tree’, which is just a short stroll from our accommodation.
Tonight we stay at Edgewater Resort*
Kayak Lake Mapourika
Day 2 – Hike Blue Pools and Sunset Kayak Tour
After digging into your first true Kiwi breakfast with us, it’ll be time to hit the road and head off for a hike to the Blue Pools. After a morning spent stretching your legs on the trails, we’ll head to Glacier Country where we will spend the night. But first, you’ll spend the evening paddling the waters of Lake Mapourika as the sun sets.
Hike Blue Pools
This short walk in Mount Aspiring National Park weaves through native beech and podocarp forest. You’ll be awe-struck when you first set eyes on the sparkling glacial water of the Blue Pools.
Sunset Kayak Tour on Lake Mapourika
What better way to take in the iconic West Coast sunsets than out on the water? Paddle the beautiful and serene kettle lake, Lake Mapourika and enjoy the mountainous backdrop of the Southern Alps on the largest lake in the Westland Tai Poutini National Park. Watch out for the abundance of wildlife that call this place home, from the rare crested grebe, the white-faced heron, kingfisher, tui and so many more.
Tonight we stay at 10 Cottages, Franz Josef*
Franz Josef Glacier
Pororari River Hike
Day 3 – Hike Franz Josef, Pororari River Track and Tauranga Bay Seal Colony
Today you’ll experience mountains, beaches and glaciers all in one phenomenal day. Our first hike of the day takes us near to Franz Josef Glacier for impressive views of the terminal face emerging from the rainforest. From there, we’ll head to Hokitika to marvel at the driftwood sculptures and Pounamu (greenstone/jade) carvers. It’s onwards from there to enjoy our second and third hike of the day, the Pororari Loop Track and the Tauranga Bay Seal Colony.
Franz Josef Glacier
The West Coast Road is a journey voted by Lonely Planet readers as one of the best coastal drives in the world. Rivers, rainforests and tumbling glaciers meet isolated beaches and crashing waves, it’s easy to see why people are drawn to this barren but beautiful place. We’ll travel this morning to the small township at the foot of Franz Josef Glacier. Descending 12km from the Southern Alps into lush rainforest just 300m above sea level, Franz Josef Glacier is one of our most accessible glaciers. We’ll take a relaxed hike to learn about the geology of the area, as well as enjoy views of the terminal face.
Hike Paparoa National Park
Our second hike of the day is unique. Set amongst dense temperate rainforest with a backdrop of towering limestone cliffs, we’ll follow the Pororari River as it winds its way through the lush undergrowth. Your guides will tell you about the fascinating flora and fauna along the way and maybe even offer you some ‘bush tucker’ to taste if you’re game!
We’ll stop off on the way to our accommodation in Cape Foulwind for a short stroll to the Tauranga Bay Seal Colony. There, you’ll experience the Tasman Sea in all its glory, pounding on the cliffs below as you make your way to the Tauranga Bay Seal Colony, well known for its seal pup rookery.
Tonight we stay at Omau Settlers Lodge*
Nelson Lakes National Park
Day 4 – Angelus Circuit - St Arnaud to Lakehead Hut
Today we'll head to Nelson Lakes National Park. Our three day backpacking adventure will take us through wilderness backcountry and is best suited to those who are comfortable walking on rugged terrain. You’ll be carrying an overnight pack and some gear, while your guides will carry the rest of the supplies needed.
The anticipation for the adventure ahead builds as we travel to the start of our hike in St Arnaud. Here we’ll begin the first day of the Angelus Circuit with an 11km hike alongside Lake Rotoiti to Lakehead Hut. The path is well marked and easy going, so take the chance to learn more as your guide points out the local birds and other flora and fauna along the way. Towards the end of the afternoon, we’ll reach Lakehead Hut, where we’ll stay the night. It’s one of over 800 public backcountry huts dotted around the country and is maintained by the NZ Department of Conservation (DOC).
Tonight we stay at Lakehead Hut
Nelson Lakes National Park
Day 5 –Angelus Circuit Continued - Lakehead Hut to Angelus Hut
Days start bright and early in a New Zealand backcountry hut, with everyone keen to get the day’s adventures underway. With such exhilarating scenery right on our doorstep, it’s not hard to see why! We’ll enjoy a big breakfast before setting off for the Hukere Stream and a steady climb through beech forest up to alpine tundra. As we get above the treeline, the moss-covered forest gives way to expansive views down the valley and up to the ridgeline. Waterfalls, rocky peaks and delicate alpine flowers line our route to the top, where we’ll be greeted by two large mountain lakes nestled into the rugged hills. You’ll have earned your views after this challenging day in the mountains.
Angelus Hut, where we’ll spend the night is perfectly positioned between the lakes with a lovely big wraparound deck - the ideal spot to relax and reflect on your achievement. On a warm day, a quick dip in the lake is a welcome way to top off the adventure, followed by a tasty dinner whipped up by your guides.
Tonight we stay at Angelus Hut
Nelson Lakes National Park
Day 6 – Finish Angelus Circuit - Angelus Hut to St Arnaud
Hopefully, you’ve saved enough space on your camera for today! After breakfast, we’ll leave the hut for our final day of the Angelus Circuit up to Robert Ridge. It’s a short but steep climb up to the rocky outcrop and on a clear day, the views are spectacular. We’ll follow the ridgeline all the way, taking in the vistas that stretch out to the Abel Tasman National Park to the north, and the Tasman Sea to the west. As we begin our descent down into St Arnaud, Lake Rotoiti glistens invitingly beneath us. There’ll be time for a quick swim in the lake at the end of our hike if you’re keen! We’ll regroup with the sea kayakers in Nelson to trade tales from the past few days.
Free Day to Explore
Day 7 – Explore Nelson
Today is yours to spend as you wish, and conveniently where we’ll be staying is just a short walk into town. Your guides can point you in the right direction if you’d like to go for a hike or bike ride. Nelson is a colourful wee town with a lively arts scene and fantastic beaches, so we recommend you enjoy a relaxing day and indulge in the fine seafood, local wine and craft beer. Or if you’d like to keep your heart rate up, the adrenaline activities on offer are plentiful – canyoning, jet boating, skydiving or quad biking, to mention just a few. One of the most popular options is a sea kayaking or hiking tour in nearby Abel Tasman National Park.
Tonight we stay at The Palms, Nelson again*
Queen Charlotte Track
Day 8 – Nelson to Kaikoura
After your multi-day adventure, we’ve a real treat in store for you this morning. We’ll take you to one of our favourite places to brunch in New Zealand – Morri Street Café. Then, it’s time to stretch your legs on the Anakiwa to Davies Bay hike. This afternoon, we’ll slow the pace down a little with a relaxed wine tasting in Marlborough followed by a Kiwi classic – fish and chips on the beach!
Hike Anakiwa to Davies Bay
This stunning day walk is part of the world-renowned long-distance walking track known as Queen Charlotte Track. It’s the perfect opportunity to have a swim in Davies Bay after lunch before walking back to Anakiwa.
Wine tasting in Marlborough
After a couple of days spent in the backcountry, it’s time to return to the world of comfort and style with a visit to one of the iconic vineyards of Marlborough. The region is most renowned for its zesty Sauvignon Blanc, so ready your taste buds to sample some of the finest wines in the country.
Tonight, if we’re lucky, we’ll catch an impressive sunset over the ocean as we enjoy a delicious and quintessentially Kiwi dinner of fish and chips on the beach.
Tonight we stay at White Morph, Kaikoura*
Day 9 – Swim with Dusky Dolphins in Kaikoura
Today is a special one and consistently one of our guests favourites. It is the day you’ll swim with Dusky dolphins. After drying off (and tucking into a second breakfast!), we’ll hit the road to Christchurch. There, you’ll have the choice of hiking the Bridle Path or spending the evening exploring this vibrant city.
Dolphin Swimming Kaikoura
The early start is well worth it today for the best chance at meeting some of the local wildlife that call this area home. We’ll don wetsuits to swim with a pod of dolphins in their natural environment. Of course, this is all dependent on whether the dolphins cooperate, but they usually do! The tour is an educational experience designed not to interfere with the natural behaviour, routines or habitat of the dolphins. There are strict regulations in place to protect and respect the dolphins, and to keep you safe in the water. Our boats are well-equipped with swimming/snorkelling platforms. Dusky dolphins are typically found in pods of around 100 and are well-known for their aerobatic feats and interactive behaviour. Whether you opt to get in the water, or watch from the boat, it’s a joyful experience for all. Many of our guests have told us this is one of the highlights of their New Zealand adventure.
The city of Christchurch is a lovely spot with a mix of green parks and state-of-the-art architecture. The Avon River weaves its way through a city in the process of regeneration with plenty to see including the colourful Spanish Mission architecture of New Regent Street, curious cardboard cathedral and lush botanical gardens. Discover amazing street-art and innovative projects as the new urban heart of the city blends with the garden-like greenery of the old. Be sure to sample an expertly made coffee from one of the many locally owned cafes in the area. If you are feeling energetic you can join your guides for an evening hike over the Bridle Path for incredible views over Christchurch and Lyttleton Harbour.
Tonight we stay at Quest, Christchurch*
Day 10 – Hike Mount John, explore Mackenzie Country
Today’s journey takes us from ocean to mountain as we head from the East Coast to the fertile plains of Canterbury. When we reach Tekapo, we’ll go for a hike up Mount John to experience the panoramic views of the beautifully desolate Mackenzie Country and across the turquoise waters of Lake Tekapo. After our hike, we’ll make our way towards Ohau. We’ll take our time, stopping at some of our favourite spots along the way to stretch our legs and capture the glorious views.
Mount John & Mackenzie Country
This afternoon we’ll make the steady climb up Mount John through forest and tussock to the observatory at the top. As we walk, we’ll look out over 360-degree views across the impressive Mackenzie Basin flats and surrounding mountains and lakes. After our hike, we’ll check out the famous and much photographed Church of the Good Shepherd, as well as Tekapo’s statue to the working dog, commissioned in 1968 by local farmers to pay tribute to the role these intelligent canines played in working the land.
Journey to Ohau
We’ll travel on towards Ohau and Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park this afternoon and watch as the passing scenery shifts from lush Canterbury plains and arable land to tussock and mountain. Tonight, you’ll be staying on a working high-country station. ‘Station’ is Kiwi for ranch and ‘high-country’ means it’s pretty tough farming country, but incredibly scenic. We’ll be staying in the Aoraki Mackenzie Dark Sky Reserve, which means all you need to do is wander outside and look up for some world-class stargazing this evening.
Tonight we stay at Ohau Quarters*
Day 11 – Your Choice in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park
Some of New Zealand’s most spectacular alpine hikes are in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park. With views normally reserved for serious mountaineers, our hikes today take us into the heart of the national park and provide jaw-dropping vistas for our efforts. Home to our highest and most sacred peak, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park also boasts a further 19 peaks topping more than 3,000 metres. Your options today include a choice of hikes, exploring the village at your leisure or splurging on a heli-hike or glacier boat tour.
Whichever option you decide on, you won’t be disappointed. After a full day of activities, we’ll meet up and return to our accommodation for a delicious home-cooked meal and a chance to trade stories from the day.
Tonight we stay at Ohau Quarters again*
Day 11 Optional Add-ons
Below are some of the optional add-ons you can also enjoy:
Glacier heli hiking
Take a helicopter up to land high on the Tasman Glacier, New Zealand’s longest glacier. In the company of an experienced guide, you’ll don crampons to explore the striking ice caves of this frozen wonderland.USD$390+TAX
Glacier lake boat tour
Hop aboard a Zodiac boat and set off across the iceberg-filled lake for an up-close encounter with the Tasman Glacier’s terminal face.USD$110+TAX
Bike or Walk Arrowtown
Day 12 – Bike or hike near Queenstown
Welcome to our backyard! Queenstown and the surrounding area is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream, with many purpose-built tracks and trails ideal for hiking, biking or running. As part of your introduction to New Zealand, we’ll travel to the historic Arrowtown, a quaint old gold-mining settlement just a short drive from Queenstown. Today you’ll have the choice of either biking or walking the Arrow River Bridges Trail.
This evening we’ll head to Te Anau in preparation for tomorrow’s epic adventure in Fiordland National Park.
Tonight we stay at Matai Lodge*
Routeburn Track and Milford Sound
Day 13 – Hike Routeburn Track to Key Summit and Cruise Milford Sound
This morning we gear up for our adventure further into Fiordland. We'll start the day off with a heart-pumping hike up to one of our favourite spots in this area – Key Summit on the Routeburn Track. We'll spend the afternoon on the water, with a cruise of the iconic Milford Sound. You'll get up close to waterfalls and catch glimpses of the unique wildlife that reside in the area. Tonight, you’ll have time to explore the lakefront of Te Anau where we’ll spend the night.
Hike Routeburn Track to Key Summit
Climbing steadily up through dense beech forest, this hike on the world-famous Routeburn Track is well worth the effort. The view from the top is one of Fiordland’s most iconic landscapes – across to the snow-capped Mount Christina, Mount Tutoko and the imposing Darran Mountains. A natural tapestry of alpine tarns, jagged peaks, granite cliff faces and glacial blue rivers flowing towards the Tasman Sea and clearly visible down the Hollyford Valley.
Cruise Milford Sound
You’ll have time to appreciate Milford’s undeniable grandeur as we cruise to the mouth of the fiord leading out into the wild Tasman Sea. Whether the sun’s shining brightly or the sky’s clouded over, the beauty of Milford Sound never disappoints. In a perfect world, it would be raining heavily as that’s when the fiord’s hundreds of waterfalls are at their most powerful. Get close enough to feel the spray on your face as the thundering torrents cascade down the vertical rock faces – it’s an exhilarating experience.
Tonight we stay at Matai Lodge again*
Hike Kepler Track
Finish in Queenstown
Day 14 – Explore Te Anau & Finish in Queenstown
On the last morning of your trip, you’ll have a chance to explore the lakeside town of Te Anau or head out for one last stunning hike in the area on another of our Great Walks, the Kepler Track. After lunch we’ll make our way back to Queenstown, marvelling at the incredible views en route, before saying our fond farewells at the airport or your accommodation.
Explore Te Anau or optional Kepler Track hike
Breathe in the fresh Fiordland air and relax in the lakeside town of Te Anau, home to the South Island’s largest lake. Gateway to Fiordland’s Great Walks, this small town is bustling with hikers and there’s a real sense of adventure in the air. It’s the perfect place to sign off your own hiking journey with one last foray on the trails. If you’re up for stretching the legs this morning, we’ll hike a pleasant section of the Kepler Track, one of New Zealand’s 10 Great Walks, following the Waiau River as it meanders through beech forest and wetlands before emerging at a spectacular viewpoint on the shores of Lake Manapouri – a fitting end to your New Zealand adventure tour.
Finish in Queenstown
Our last journey together is a scenic trip through tussock country and small farming towns, before tracing the shoreline of the impressive Lake Wakatipu back to Queenstown. Once there, it’s time to say goodbye to your guides, travel companions and new-found friends as we drop you at the airport or your accommodation. If you’re joining us to explore the North Island on our Sweet North trip, we’ll ensure a smooth transition for you. If not, we hope to see you again soon in the ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’.
*For logistical reasons, we may make small changes to our itineraries or accommodation from time to time.
Photos of the Kiwi Classic
Key Summit, Routeburn Track
Angelus Hut, Nelson Lakes National Park.
Kayak Lake Mapourika.
Pororari Loop Track.
Dusky dolphins, Kaikoura.
Sealy Tarn, Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park.
Roberts Ridge, Angelus Circuit.
Nelson Lakes National Park.
Hooker Lake, Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park.
Kiwi Classic Accommodation
Angelus Hut, Nelson Lakes National Park.
Edgewater Resort, Lake Wanaka.
Frequently asked questions
It's very important to us that you have all your questions answered about our Kiwi Classic trip. We’ve collected some of the questions we get asked most often and answered them below. Or visit our general FAQ page here for more answers!
And if you still can’t find the answers you need, give us a call or send us an email and we’ll help you out!
How fit do I need to be for the Kiwi Classic?
The Kiwi Classic is our most physically challenging trip and although we rate the trip as 'moderately active' overall, there are plenty of options to choose from to make it 'very active' every day. Likewise, we also offer more gentle options to suit your mood, so you have plenty of freedom to choose. If you want to enjoy the outdoors surrounded by dramatic scenery while happily marinating in exercise-induced endorphins, the Kiwi Classic is for you!
The activities on this trip are designed to challenge you, but leave you feeling energised and rewarded at the end of the day. Walk away with a grin and a real sense of accomplishment.
Click here to go to a handy page with a summary of the distances and approximate times for every walk and activity on our Kiwi Classic!
What is the accommodation like on the Kiwi Classic?
Our most physically challenging trip has all the more reason to demand an excellent place to stay each night – you’ll need to have plenty of comfortable space to reflect back on your day and prepare for your next adventures. You’ll stay in a range of places and enjoy a different experience in each. Click here to find out more about the accommodation on this trip.
What time does the Kiwi Classic trip start and finish?
Pick up information
We can pick you up on the first day of your trip in Queenstown at:
8.30am from Queenstown International Airport
9.00am from the lobby of our joining hotel - Ramada Queenstown Central
Drop off information
We can drop you off on the last day of your trip in Queenstown at:
4.00pm at Queenstown International Airport
4.30pm at your hotel in the city
When booking your flights, please make sure you:
Arrive on day one no later than 7.30am International 8.00am Domestic
Depart on the final day no earlier than 6.00pm International 5.00pm Domestic
**If your travel plans fall outside of these times please check with us before you book.
What's not included on my Kiwi Classic tour?
Airfares to and from New Zealand. Airfares between the North and South Island of New Zealand if you are joining our Sweet North trip.
Non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages with lunch and dinner.
What's included in my Kiwi Classic tour?
An experienced New Zealand Trails Guide to guide you on your tour.
All meals except dinner the night you arrive in Nelson and breakfast, lunch and dinner on your free day in Nelson when guests like to explore the outstanding local restaurants and cafés.
Activities, hikes and guides as shown in the itinerary.
Accommodation as indicated in your final itinerary.
Biking isn't really my thing. Do you have other options?
If biking isn't really your thing no worries! We have lots of guests join us who prefer to walk instead of bike. The trails we bike on are shared walking/biking trails so you'll be able to join your guide on a walk of the Arrow River Trail instead of biking if you'd like.
What hikes are included in the Kiwi Classic trip?
On the Kiwi Classic trip you'll get to experience New Zealand's most iconic walks along with a some of our personal off-the-beaten track favorites including:- Fiordland National Park: The Routeburn Track, The Kepler Track
- Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park: Mueller Ridge
- Paparoa National Park: Pororari River track
- Franz Josef Glacier walk
- Tauranga Bay Seal colony walk
- Ben Lomond near Queenstown
What activities are included on the Kiwi Classic trip?
On your Kiwi Classic trip you'll get the chance to experience some very special Kiwi activities including:
- Swimming with dusky dolphins in Kaikoura
- Nature cruise on Milford Sound
- Sunset kayak on Lake Mapourika
- Bike in Central Otago
- Wine tasting in Marlborough
- Visit the Pancake Rocks near Punakaiki
On days 4-6 you'll also have the option to choose between the 3-day backpacking trip in Nelson Lakes National Park or the 3-day guided kayak trip in Abel Tasman National Park.
Will I have WiFi or internet access throughout the trip?
Yes – we are well connected in New Zealand! You will have access to the internet, at your accommodation whether free or for a small fee, during 8 of your 13 nights on your trip. Due to its remote location, there is no internet connection or cellphone reception the night we stay at Ohau Lodge in the Aoraki/Mt Cook Region or during the 3-day backpacking trip in Nelson Lakes National Park or the 3-day kayak trip in Abel Tasman National Park. Your guides will have access to a satellite phone to access outside assistance if they need to.
While New Zealand is quite tech savvy the wifi at some accommodation may not be of the speed you are used to back home.
Is there electricity at all of the places we stay on the Kiwi Classic trip?
All of the places we stay on the Kiwi Classic trip have electricity except the huts on the 3-day backpacking trip in Nelson Lakes National Park and the campsites on the 3-day kayak trip in Abel Tasman National Park.
If you choose the backpacking trip in Nelson Lakes National Parks you will stay at stunning and remote backcountry huts. This is a true Kiwi backpacking experience and the huts don't have electricity.
On the overnight kayaking trip in Abel Tasman National Park you will be camping at the most amazing beach side campsites. Due to the remote nature of the campsites there is no electricity.
We recommend bringing a small rechargeable power pack if you'd like to charge your phone or camera batteries during your 3-day backpacking or kayaking adventures.
Tell me about your safety standards
Safety is always our top priority. We take great pride in our impeccable safety record and our safety management plans. Your New Zealand Trails Guides are highly experienced outdoors professionals who are first aid qualified and fully equipped with a satellite phone, personal locator beacon and first aid kit. Our trips have direct access to our highly experienced operations team and other outside services 24 hours a day.
What National Parks and Great Walks does the Kiwi Classic trip visit?
The Kiwi Classic visits 6 of New Zealand’s National Parks - Paparoa, Mt Aspiring, Fiordland, Aoraki/Mt Cook, Nelson Lakes National Park and Westland Tai Poutini. You will also have the option to visit the Abel Tasman National Park on your free day. You will have the opportunity to hike on three Great Walks, the Paparoa Track, Routeburn Track and the Kepler Track. You will also have the option to walk part of the Abel Tasman Track on your free day.
What kind of people will be on my Kiwi Classic trip?
Our guests are like-minded people from Australia, the UK, Canada and America, and come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. On average, we have a 50/50 split between men and women, with several single travellers on each trip as well as couples and friends travelling together.
Discover the South Island and challenge yourself on our most action-packed adventure. Make like a local and hike stunning backcountry, bike mountain trails, kayak coastal lagoons and swim with wild dolphins. You’re bound to work up an appetite, but we’ll keep you well fed with hearty and delicious Kiwi fare. At the end of an exciting day, there’ll be time to rest and relax in clean, comfortable lodgings as you reflect on your uniquely New Zealand experiences.
Combine this adventure with our Sweet North tour to enjoy the best of both North and South over 19 days.
Find the dates that work best for you using our date picker below and check availability as trips often fill up fast.
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The Kiwi Classic is our most action packed adventure, taking in all the parts of the South Island that best suit the physically active traveller.
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✓ All food (except where noted on itinerary), transportation and activities
✓ All inclusive
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