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Masterpiece Adventure Tour of New Zealand

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14 Days
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Queenstown

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Queenstown

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Adventure Tour New Zealand - Masterpiece

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Soak it all in with longer stays at the best destinations and the widest variety of outdoor activities, all at a comfortable pace. This is a truly restorative trip.

Combine this trip with our Sweet North for the best of both North and South islands over 19 days.

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“We were extremely happy with our tour! We made some wonderful new friends (including our fantastic guides!) whom we hope to see again someday, and we thoroughly enjoyed experiencing the amazing beauty of New Zealand in an active and “close-up” manner! We will cherish wonderful memories of this adventure for many years to come! Thank you for everything!”

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Masterpiece Day-by-Day Itinerary
Day 1
Arrive Queenstown
Wakatipu Basin

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Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Biking
Sightseeing

Accommodation

Mt Cook Village
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Day 1 – Welcome to Queenstown

The Masterpiece is an all-encompassing experience created to replenish the mind and uplift the spirit. Each day combines a blend of beautiful scenery and exceptional experiences with healthy meals, comfortable accommodations, time to relax and, of course, good company. Designed to showcase the best of New Zealand without the need to rush, this is adventure travel at its finest.

Begin your journey in Queenstown, a gorgeous alpine resort nestled on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. After meeting your guides and fellow travellers, we’ll head out for a dose of fresh mountain air on a scenic bike ride – the perfect antidote to any residual jetlag you’re feeling! With our legs sufficiently stretched, we’ll then travel on to the Mount Cook region where we’ll spend the next couple of nights. An area of incredible natural beauty, this National Park is home to many iconic mountain vistas, including that of our highest peak Aoraki/Mt Cook.

 

Bike Arrowtown to the Kawarau Bungy Bridge

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, where we’ll get fitted out with bikes before taking to the trail on two wheels. We’ll follow the Kawarau River along a wide trail, riding past homesteads, meadows and mountains out towards the famous Gibbston Valley vineyards and the world’s first commercial bungy bridge.

Road trip to Mount Cook

After our bike ride, you can rest your legs as we travel out of the region and towards New Zealand’s highest peak standing tall at 3,724m (over 12,000 feet). Along the way, we’ll travel over the Lindis Pass and down into wide open valleys before catching our first glimpse of Aoraki/Mt Cook, ‘the cloud piercer’ as it’s known in Maori. Tonight, we’ll be staying in pleasingly cosy accommodations with incredible scenery right on your doorstep. This area is a UNESCO International Dark Sky Reserve, which means all you need do is step outside and look up for some world-class star-gazing this evening.

Day 2
Aoraki/Mt Cook
Multiple Choice

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Choices

Accommodation

Ohau/Mt Cook Village
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Day 2 – Your choice in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park

After a sound night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast, it’s time to set foot on the trails this morning. Boasting 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 not only its namesake, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park boasts a further 19 peaks topping more than 3,000 metres. Depending on how energetic you’re feeling today, there are longer and shorter hiking options available – the choice is yours. You also have the option to explore the Mount Cook village at your leisure or splurge on a heli-hike or glacier boat tour. 

 

Day 2 Continued

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 flavoursome home-cooked meal and a chance to trade stories from the day or do some more stargazing.

Choice 1

Hike to Mueller Ridge

The hike up to Mueller Hut via Mueller Ridge is one of our favourites and with a bit of grit and determination, most can achieve the breath-taking views usually reserved only for serious mountaineers. It’s the most challenging option today and involves a steep but steady climb on a well-formed track. The views are worth every drop of sweat.

Choice 2

Walk the Hooker Valley Track

This is one of the South Island’s most popular glacier country trails. Looking down from swing bridges over rushing rivers, you’ll walk a track that leads to an alpine lake complete with icebergs. For those with an interest in New Zealand flora, the Hooker Valley is one of the best places to see Mount Cook lilies in season.

Choice 3

Free time around Mt Cook Village

Today is a great opportunity to explore on your own if you’d like. Visit the museum and planetarium at the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre. Take some short walks around the area or just enjoy the views with a coffee and a good book.

Day 2 Optional Add-ons

Below are some of the optional add-ons you can also enjoy:

Glacier heli hiking

Take a helicopter or ski plane up to land high on the Tasman, 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
Day 3
Mackenzie Country
Hike Mt John

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Hiking

Accommodation

Christchurch
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Day 3 – Hike Mount John, explore Mackenzie Country & Christchurch

Today’s journey takes us from mountain to ocean as we head through the fertile plains of Canterbury towards the East Coast. We’ll begin the day with a short climb up Mount John for 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 Christchurch, a historic city with a shifting dynamic. We’ll take our time, stopping in some of our favourite spots along the way to stretch our legs and capture the glorious views.

 

Mount John & Mackenzie Country

This morning we’ll make the steady climb up Mount John though 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 Christchurch

We’ll travel on towards Christchurch this afternoon and watch as the passing scenery shifts from tussock and mountain to the lush Canterbury plains and arable land. We’ll make a stop in the pretty country town of Geraldine for a glimpse of rural life in New Zealand. Our destination today is Christchurch, the South Island’s largest city, where we’ll spend a comfortable night in quiet lodgings.

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Day 4
Christchurch Kaikoura
Kaikoura coastline

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Walking
Sightseeing

Accommodation

Kaikoura
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Day 4 – Explore Christchurch & Kaikoura Peninsula

After a relaxed breakfast, the morning is yours to explore the city of Christchurch and its many delights. Christchurch is undergoing an urban regeneration project but still retains a garden-like quality with much to see and do. This afternoon we’ll travel north a short distance to the seaside settlement of Kaikoura on the East Coast, where we’ll stay the night.

 

Discover Christchurch

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 container ‘mall’, 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.

Kaikoura Peninsula

Just north of Christchurch lies the small coastal town of Kaikoura. The Kaikoura Peninsula is a striking area set on the edge of a deep continental shelf where towering cliffs meet an ocean floor that plunges even further in the other direction. The nutrient-rich water and startling topography has created a unique mecca for an abundance of marine life. Whales, dolphins, fur seals and more are thriving in ideal conditions and are a regular sight in the waters off the mainland. 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.

Day 5
Kaikoura
Queen Charlotte Sound

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

DolphinSwimming
Kayaking

Accommodation

Queen Charlotte Sound
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Day 5 – Dolphin Swim in Kaikoura & Sea Kayak Queen Charlotte Sound

Today’s an unforgettable day and a dream come true for wildlife lovers. You’ll be up bright and early to swim with Dusky dolphins, a rare breed known for their aerobatics. We’ll see how many different varieties of fish, seals and even whales we can spot in this outstanding marine reserve, where the unusually deep waters make a unique habitat close to shore. We’ll carry on to the town of Picton, where we sea kayak across Queen Charlotte Sound to our accommodation for the night, accompanied by a few curious dolphins if we’re lucky!

 

Dolphin Swimming

The early start is well worth it today for the best chance at meeting some of the local wildlife that calls this area home. We’ll don flattering(!) wetsuits to swim with a pod of dolphins in their natural environment. Of course, this is dependent on whether the dolphins cooperate, but they usually do! The tour is an educational experience that is 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. Small Dusky dolphins 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 time in New Zealand.

Sea Kayak Queen Charlotte Sound

From Picton, we kayak across the glorious Queen Charlotte Sound to our accommodation for the night. Set amongst a landscape of native plants and abundant birdlife, with views of the glistening bay, you’ll enjoy an excellent meal and the chance to truly relax in this remote but well-equipped location.

Day 6
Queen Charlotte Sound
Marlborough Vineyards

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Breakfast
Lunch

Activities

Kayaking
WineTasting

Accommodation

Nelson
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Day 6 – Queen Charlotte Sound & Marlborough Vineyards

This morning we’ll paddle back to Picton, providing another opportunity to view the local wildlife. From here it’s a short hop to Marlborough’s wine-growing region, where we sample some of the area’s produce and enjoy a tasty vineyard lunch. For the next few nights, we’ll stay in Nelson, a colourful beachside town and comfortable resting point.

 

Queen Charlotte Sound

After a nourishing breakfast at the lodge, we’ll take to the water again in our kayaks and paddle back to Picton, exploring some hidden coves and bays along the way. Gliding along on the water is a lovely way to spend the morning while you check out the beautiful coastline.

Marlborough Vineyards

Home to some of New Zealand’s best vineyards, the Marlborough region is famous for producing excellent wines savoured around the world. We’ll have lunch at a local family-owned vineyard and sample some of their impeccable wines, before carrying on towards Nelson and our accommodation for the next two nights.

Day 7
Nelson
rest day

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On your own

Activities

FreeDay

Accommodation

Nelson
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Day 7 – Explore Nelson

Today is yours to enjoy as you wish. Nelson, “the sunniest place in NZ”, is famous for its arts scene, award-winning wines, craft beers and fruit orchards, with plenty to keep you entertained within walking distance. Most of our guests are happy to spend a relaxed day exploring Nelson, browsing the shops and galleries, strolling along the beach or reading a book – it’s a lovely place to re-energise yourself for the rest of your adventure. There are over 350 local craftspeople and artists creating Maori, traditional and contemporary art in the area, so it’s also a chance to discover what inspires New Zealanders creatively. Or if you’d prefer something a little more active, we can help you book a tour to explore Abel Tasman National Park on foot or by kayak. Abel Tasman is famous for its glorious coastline, where golden sand beaches meet clear blue seas.

Day 8
West Coast
Hike Nelson Lakes NP

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Hiking
Wildlife

Accommodation

Buller Bay
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Day 8 – Lake Rotoiti Hike and Tauranga Bay Seal Colony

This morning we’ll hike alongside Lake Rotoiti in Nelson Lake National Park. It’s somewhat off the beaten path, but a firm favourite with Kiwi hikers and for good reason. We’ll then carry on to the rugged West Coast, taking our time to stop and appreciate the journey, including a walk out to the Tauranga Bay seal colony. Our accommodation tonight is in the seaside village of Buller Bay.

Hike alongside Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes National Park

The remote but spectacular Nelson Lakes National Park is our first stop this morning. It’s not as popular as neighbouring Abel Tasman, but we like it best that way! We’ll hike a track that runs along the edge of Lake Rotoiti through native bush alive with birdsong, before carrying on to the West Coast.

Explore West Coast Beaches

Our next destination takes us further south to ‘The Coast’ as it’s known by locals, a journey rated by Lonely Planet readers as one of the best coastal drives in the world. Rainforests, rivers and glaciers meet deserted beaches and crashing waves, making for a unique and sometimes stark coastline. Sunsets on the West Coast are incredibly special and tonight you’ll see just why.

Day 9
West Coast
Paparoa National Park

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Hiking
Sightseeing

Accommodation

Okarito
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Day 9 – Hike Paparoa National Park, Pancake Rocks & Explore Hokitika

With its towering limestone cliffs and lush vegetation, this area feels like something straight out of Jurassic Park. Today we’ll hike a fantastic track through Paparoa National Park, as well as checking out the blowholes and limestone formations of the Pancake Rocks. Then we drop in on Pounamu (greenstone/jade) carvers at work in the town of Hokitika. We’ll spend a relaxed evening in the tiny settlement of Okarito (with a population of just 30), enjoying an appetizing feast matched with local wines and craft beers. We have exclusive access to the Okarito Beach House accommodation and no doubt you’ll sleep sweetly tonight.

 

Hike Paparoa National Park & visit the Pancake Rocks

We’ll hike the Porarari Loop Track this morning through Paparoa National Park, a visually rich area made up of dense sub-tropical forest and limestone cliff gorges. You’ll also have the chance to check out an interesting geographical phenomenon in the town of Punakaiki – the curious looking but aptly named Pancake Rocks. The surge of the incoming sea is forced into chambers creating a geyser-like explosion through rock blowholes. The unusual limestone formations, overlaid with soft mud and clay, have been forged over millions of years by the immense pressure of the sea, wind and rain, creating the pancake effect we see today.

Explore Hokitika

After our hike, we’ll visit the quirky town of Hokitika, famous for its greenstone carvings and jewellery. You might also want to check out another form of artwork on the beach, where creative locals have built impressive driftwood sculptures for all to enjoy.

Day 10
West Coast
Fox Glacier

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Kayaking
Hiking

Accommodation

Wanaka
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Day 10 – Kayak Okarito Lagoon & Hike Fox Glacier

Today you’ll experience mountains, beaches and glaciers all in one fantastic day. We start with a picturesque paddle on the tranquil waters of Okarito Lagoon, drinking in the views and discovering the birdlife. This afternoon we’ll head down the coast for a hike near Fox Glacier as it descends the Southern Alps into temperate rainforest. We then travel south over the Haast Pass and into the vast beauty and open spaces of Central Otago. We’ll spend the next two nights in Wanaka, a charming lakeside resort snug amongst the mountains.

 

Kayak Okarito Lagoon

Okarito Lagoon is home to an abundance of native birdlife, including some rare species such as the Kōtuku, or white heron. There’s no better way to quietly observe the birdlife in its natural habitat than by taking a peaceful paddle across the lagoon. An unsurpassed view of the Southern Alps makes for the perfect backdrop to our morning kayak.

Rainforests and Glaciers

We’ll then travel on to Fox Glacier and its small township tucked into foothills of the Southern Alps. Fox Glacier descends 13kms into temperate rainforest just 300m above sea level. It’s one of our most accessible glaciers, so we’re able to get close enough for a great view of the terminal face. We’ll learn a little about the geology and history of the area as we take in the scenery.

Day 11
Wanaka
Hike & Explore Wanaka

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Sightseeing
Hiking

Accommodation

Wanaka
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Day 11 – Hike Wanaka

After a peaceful night in our lakefront accommodation, we’ll start the day with a heart-pumping hike up Rocky Mountain for an exceptional outlook across Lake Wanaka and the surrounding peaks. We’ll share the views at the top and stop to visit Diamond Lake on the way back down. Then spend a pleasant afternoon exploring the delightful township of Wanaka - take a stroll along the foreshore or even head out for a self-guided bike ride on the lakeside trail – the choice is yours.

 

Hike Diamond Lake and Rocky Mountain Track

We’ll kick the day off with a hike to Diamond Lake to appreciate the sweeping views out over the Southern Alps and Lake Wanaka, before carrying on up the Rocky Mountain trail. It’s a steady climb and one that will no doubt get your heart pumping, but with each passing step, the scenery just gets better and better, making it all worth it at the top.

If you’d rather have a more relaxed morning, there’s plenty to do in the town itself, from great coffee and boutique gift shops to a gentle amble along the beach and obligatory photo in front of Wanaka’s ‘giant hand’ sculpture. We’ll regroup this evening for a delicious meal together in a local eatery.

Day 12
Fiordland NP
Hiking & Overnight Boat

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

Hiking
BoatCruise

Accommodation

Milford Sound Overnight Boat
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Day 12 – Mt Nicholas Farm, Mavora Lakes & Milford Sound

Today, we’ll travel over the Crown Range to Queenstown, where we’ll catch a boat across Lake Wakatipu to Mt Nicholas Station, a working high-country sheep farm, to learn about the region’s rich farming history. We’ll then take a unique journey reserved for the lucky few, a 4x4 ride through the barren but beautiful backcountry to Mavora Lakes. Afterwards, we’ll travel along one of the most dramatic stretches of road in the whole of New Zealand, leading into Fiordland National Park where we’ll spend a comfortable night at the world-famous Milford Sound.

 

Mount Nicholas High-County Sheep Station and Mavora Lakes

Mount Nicholas is a family run, fully operational high-country farm rich with agriculture history and a world away from the bustling hub of Queenstown across the waters of the Wakatipu. Meet the farm animals, learn the history and get a glimpse of life on a working station here in New Zealand. We’ll then take an exciting 4x4 drive through rugged backcountry to the glistening Mavora Lakes - getting there is all part of the adventure!

Journey into Fiordland National Park

We travel together through the lakeside town of Te Anau and into Fiordland National Park, following one of the world’s most incredible road journeys to our next destination – Milford Sound. There’ll be plenty of chances to capture photos along the way on this dramatic journey. We’ll pass through the extraordinary feat of engineering that is the Homer Tunnel. Hopefully, you’ll get a chance to meet a few Keas, New Zealand’s cheeky alpine parrots that live around the area.

Day 13
Fiordland NP
Routeburn Track

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Activities

BoatCruise
Hiking

Accommodation

Te Anau
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Day 13 – Cruise Milford Sound & Hike Routeburn Track

Board a boat this morning to cruise the length of the fiord and take in the enormity of this incredible place. Rightfully described as the “eighth wonder of the world”, Milford’s towering granite cliffs and thundering waterfalls will have you lost for words. Once back on dry land we’ll venture further into the heart of Fiordland National Park, with a hike on part of the famous Routeburn Track up to Key Summit for outstanding views. This evening you’ll have time to explore the lakefront of Te Anau, before sharing a home-cooked feast to celebrate our last night of the trip.

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.

Hike the Routeburn Track to Key Summit

This afternoon we’ll head deeper in Fiordland’s wilderness for a heart-pumping hike on the world famous Routeburn Track up to Key Summit. A well-formed track leads us through lush beech forest and past tall tree ferns, with velvety mosses blanketing the rich earth underfoot. Native birdsong provides a soothing soundtrack to our walk and as we climb higher, views of the Darran Mountains and Hollyford Valley stretch out beneath us providing a fitting reward for our efforts. On your final night of the trip, you’ll sleep soundly having spent the past 13 days exploring the best of the South Island.

Day 14
Te Anau
Finish in Queenstown

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Breakfast
Lunch

Activities

Hiking
Sightseeing

Accommodation

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Day 14 – Explore Te Anau & Finish in Queenstown

On the last morning of the 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 to Rainbow Reach – a fitting end to your adventure.

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.

Masterpiece Tour

14 Day South Island Tour – Queenstown to Queenstown. All inclusive. 10 nights private rooms with ensuite bathrooms. For the 2 nights that we stay in our exclusive lakefront property at Ohau, we have access to a range of rooms, including some multi-share accommodation, and separate bathrooms for men and women. When aboard the Milford Wanderer on Milford Sound, you’ll have private cabins, and bathrooms are shared, with private showers & toilets, as is routine on boats and ships. If the price below is not in your home currency, get an indication of what it converts to by using our currency converter below. Or ask us for trip prices in your home currency.
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Combine this trip with the Sweet North to see both islands in 19 days! We do have shorter trip options and solo travellers don’t pay more, unless you’d like an upgrade to a private room. PLEASE NOTE: This is a sample of our current itinerary. Keep in mind we are constantly fine-tuning and improving our trips based on feedback from our guests and guides, availability, etc. So your trip will be at least this good, but we reserve the right to make slight alterations without notice to make it even better!

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