New Zealand Trails

5-14 day, all-inclusive, guided adventure tours

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World Heritage – Our Original Luxury Walking Tour

The finest way to enjoy New Zealand's beautiful South Island.

On the World Heritage Walking Tour you’ll enjoy exclusive access to some of the most remote areas of the South Island as you walk, cruise, jet-boat and helicopter into New Zealand’s beautiful backcountry. Enjoy day walks on New Zealand’s Great Walks, cruise Doubtful Sound, explore beautiful UNESCO World Heritage areas and discover parts of New Zealand that many visitors don’t get to see.

You’ll walk at a relaxed pace, reconnect with nature, and enjoy ‘only in New Zealand’ experiences with a small group of like-minded individuals and your incredible Kiwi guides. Discover incredible World Heritage walks during the day and relax in style at night. This is the finest walking trip there is. 

Activity Level: On our World Heritage Walking Tour there is never any time pressure and everyone walks at the pace most comfortable for them. If you are generally active and enjoy physical hobbies like walking, cycling, golf, tennis or dancing then you will enjoy the walks and activities on this trip. On the World Heritage Walking Tour you will walk between 2 to 4 hours each day on well-formed tracks. The average distance walked each day is 7km/4.3mi.

Trip Style: Our standards are uncompromisingly high - you’ll sacrifice none of the comforts of home on our World Heritage luxury walking tour of New Zealand. Enjoy the local cuisine in New Zealand’s best restaurants and eateries, sample award-winning wines and rest your head at the end of each day in perfectly located and supremely comfortable private ensuite accommodations.

13 Days

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ISLAND

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Christchurch

Finishes

Christchurch

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Laid-back luxury

Price
NZD$10199 AUD$10199 USD$6899.00 +tax GBP£5749 CAD$8799.00 +tax
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Highlights of the World Heritage

1: Walk in Arthurs Pass National Park
Walk one of New Zealand’s best short hikes to a thundering 131m waterfall.

2: Paparoa National Park
Set foot on one of the newest of our Great Walks, the Paparoa Track, with its ancient forests and gold-mining history.

3: Franz Josef Glacier
Head through the rainforest to see the terminal face of this stunning glacier and its valley.

4: Mou Waho Island Eco Sanctuary
Cruise over the clear waters of Lake Wanaka to a predator-free island, home to precious rare birds.

5: Queenstown and the Routeburn Track
Experience one of the world’s most magnificent trails before heading to Queenstown, the adventure capital of New Zealand.

6: Fiordland Experience
Helicopter through Milford Sound to Martins Bay Lodge, sleep in a wilderness lodge, and walk on the Hollyford Track.

7: Doubtful Sound
Spend the morning surrounded by waterfalls on your Doubtful Sound cruise.

8: Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park
Cruise to the face of the Tasman Glacier to gaze in awe at its 500-year-old ice crystals.

World Heritage Day-by-Day Itinerary

Day

1

Christchurch
Hike Arthurs Pass

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Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Hiking Sightseeing
Accommodation

Punakaiki

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Day 1 – Arrive in Christchurch and Hike Arthur’s Pass National Park

After meeting your Trails guide and fellow travellers, we set off from Christchurch for the impressive Canterbury High Country. We’ll dust off any cobwebs with a refreshing but relaxed hike in beautiful Arthur’s Pass National Park, before continuing to the remote West Coast where we’ll stop in Punakaiki, home of the aptly named Pancake Rocks. After a delicious meal, you’ll spend the night in comfortable accommodation with the sound of crashing waves lulling you to sleep.

Hiking in Arthur’s Pass National Park

Breathe in the fresh mountain air as we stretch our legs in one of New Zealand’s incredibly scenic National Parks. The majestic Southern Alps run like a backbone down the South Island, dividing it east and west into two distinct regions, with Arthur’s Pass serving as its gateway. This afternoon we’ll follow a flowing river to its source, the cascading water of the dramatic Devils Punchbowl Falls. With views up to Mount Rolleston and the permanent glaciers that carve their way down the mountain faces, this hike is a perfect introduction to your small group walking tour and New Zealand's beauty.

Tonight we stay at Punakaiki Resort*

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2

Punakaiki
Hiking & Glowworm Caves

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Caving Hiking
Accommodation

Punakaiki

Punakaiki
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Day 2 – Explore the Nile River Glowworm Caves and Hike Paparoa National Park

Today we’ll discover one of New Zealand’s most untouched areas. First, it’s a short but scenic trip up the coast to Paparoa National Park, where we’ll venture into the otherworldly Nile River Glowworm Caves. This afternoon you have the option to hike the Pororari River Track, following the water as it winds its way through the National Park. Or if you’d prefer, take an exhilarating stroll along Punakaiki Beach – be sure to keep an eye out for pods of Hectors dolphins playing in the waves!

Underworld Glowworm Caves

Upon arrival in Charleston, your guides will lead you on a walk through the rainforest to the Nile River Caves. These natural cathedral-like caverns were discovered relatively recently and the cave we’ll explore this morning is one of only a few in the world you can easily walk through and experience in the same state as it was found. The dry upper levels are a remarkable sight, complete with stalactites and stalagmites shimmering with galaxies of glowworms. We’ll get kitted up in wetsuits and walk a short distance to a fleet of small inflatable rafts, which we’ll use to float through this amazing subterranean environment. It’s a surreal, uniquely New Zealand experience you’ll never forget.

Paparoa National Park

Limestone and eons of time are responsible for most of Paparoa National Park’s impressive landscape. For thousands of years, water ran over the relatively soft rock forming a topography known as karst. Characterized by deep river canyons, sculpted mountain ridges and an extensive network of caves and sinkholes, Paparoa’s landscape is covered in a lush layer of thick green rainforest.

Tonight we stay at Punakaiki Resort again*

Day

3

West Coast
Kayak Okarito Lagoon

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Kayaking
Accommodation

Franz Josef

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Day 3 – West Coast and Kayaking on Okarito Lagoon

It’s an enjoyable journey this morning as we travel down the coast to the tiny township of Okarito. Along the way, there’s panoramic views of the Southern Alps, virgin West Coast rainforest and rugged Tasman Sea coastline. Home to New Zealand’s largest coastal lagoon, the best way to appreciate Okarito is by kayak. Accompanied by specialist local guides, enjoy the majestic views and abundant birdlife. If you’d like to head out walking this afternoon, there’s a fantastic trail on our doorstep providing elevated views of the coastline. We’ll overnight in the nearby township of Franz Josef Glacier.

Guided Kayaking on Okarito Lagoon

Gliding across the waters of Okarito Lagoon in a kayak is undoubtedly the most peaceful way to enjoy this spectacular coastal wetland. Okarito is known for its outstanding population of birdlife, over 70 species of birds have been recorded here. The lagoon is a common feeding ground for kotuku (white heron) and royal spoonbill, both of which breed in the nearby Waitangiroto Nature Reserve. Quietly paddling around this tranquil waterway, with the mighty Southern Alps as our backdrop, you’ll have the best chance of observing the birdlife in their natural habitat, without disturbing them.

Tonight we stay at Scenic Hotel Franz Josef*

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4

West Coast
Glaciers & Southern Alps

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Hiking
Accommodation

Wanaka

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Day 4 – Glacier Country & Mt Aspiring National Park

Keep your camera handy today to capture the picture-perfect views of Lake Matheson and Franz Josef Glacier’s terminal face, as we enjoy our morning hike together in Glacier Country. We then continue along the West Coast to our third National Park of the trip, Mount Aspiring. You’ll sleep soundly tonight in the relaxed lakeside town of Wanaka.

Franz Josef Glacier

At 12 kilometres (7.4 miles) in length, Franz Josef Glacier is the largest and most accessible of the West Coast glaciers. The terminal valley itself is a testament to the sheer force of nature. The valleys and lakes around the Franz Josef township are remnants of the ice age and provide some excellent hiking trails for us today. We’ll hike to terminal face of Franz Josef Glacier, as well as stretching our legs on the Lake Matheson track. The reflections in the water of our highest peak Aoraki/Mount Cook are outstanding! For those who want to set foot on the ice, you have the option to take a heli hike up to the glacier itself.

The Haast Pass, Mount Aspiring National Park and the Wanaka Lakes

As we make our way down the coast and inland, the stunning views continue. Once over the Haast Pass, the landscape changes dramatically as we head into the mountains. Linking the West Coast to Central Otago, this pass was used by early Maori on Pounamu (jade) gathering expeditions. We follow the Haast River into Mount Aspiring National Park and the Wanaka Lakes area to continue our luxury walking tour of New Zealand.

Tonight we stay at Edgewater Resort*

Day

5

Wanaka
Mou Waho Island

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
BoatCruise Wildlife Walking
Accommodation

Queenstown

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Day 5 – Lake Wanaka Boat Cruise and Hike in Mou Waho Island Wildlife Reserve

This morning we’ll cruise across picturesque Lake Wanaka to the tiny island wildlife sanctuary of Mou Waho. Guided by an experienced ecologist, we’ll explore one of the most magical spots on the South Island. In the afternoon we’ll take in more breath-taking views as we make our way over the Crown Range to the alpine resort town of Queenstown, where we’ll stay for the next three nights.

Lake Wanaka Cruise & Island Wildlife Walk

Close to the centre of Lake Wanaka is Mou Waho Island Nature Reserve, accessible by a 35-minute boat ride. Accompanied by our favourite eco warrior and long-time local guide, we’ll walk a well-formed track that gently climbs through native bush to the top of Tyrwhitt Peak. Just before the top we come to Arethusa Pool, a small lake on the island, with yet more islands in it – very intriguing. From our vantage point there’s a sweeping 360-degree view of Lake Wanaka and the surrounding mountains and valleys. On a hot day, there’s nothing like a refreshing dip in the cool clean waters of the lake.

The Cardrona Valley and Queenstown

Our afternoon drive takes us through the Cardrona Valley and over the Crown Range, down into the Wakatipu Basin. Prepare to be wowed as we wind our way down the mountain road and towards the bustling hub of Queenstown on the shores of Lake Wakatipu.

Tonight we stay at Queenstown Ramada Central*

Day

6

Glenorchy
Hike Routeburn Track

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Breakfast
Lunch

Meals
Activities
Hiking
Accommodation

Queenstown

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Day 6 – Hike the famed Routeburn Track

This morning we travel to Glenorchy at the top of the lake following the shoreline road - a journey regularly voted one of the best drives in the world. And you can’t help but see why, the views are captivating. We have the whole day to wend our way on the Routeburn Track, one of New Zealand’s nine ‘Great Walks’. There are different options available depending on how far you’d like to hike. We’ll head back at the end of the day for our next night in Queenstown.

Hiking on the famous Routeburn Track

Today will be one of the hiking highlights of the trip, as we walk a section of the famous Routeburn Track. Once on the trail your guides will lead you through lush beech forest (Lord of the Rings fans might spot some familiar landscapes from the movies around here). The track meanders alongside the clear waters of the river and down into the meadows of Routeburn Flats – the perfect spot for a picnic lunch. If you’re keen to stretch your legs further, we’ll carry on and up to Routeburn Falls.

As with all our hikes, there’s lots of flexibility. If you want to push yourself and really get your pulse pumping, or you’d rather just enjoy a relaxed hike on the flat trail, there are options to suit. No matter what you decide, the views will be equally magnificent.

Tonight we stay at Queenstown Ramada Central again*

Day

7

Queenstown
Free day to explore

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Breakfast

Meals
Activities
FreeDay
Accommodation

Queenstown

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Queenstown Wine tasting in Queenstown

Day 7 – Explore Queenstown

Today you’ll be spoilt for choice in the ‘Adventure Capital of the World’, Queenstown. A world-class mountain resort nestled on the shores of the sleeping giant, Lake Wakatipu. The activity options here are endless; on land, water and even in the air – relaxing also permitted, of course!

There’s something for everyone, from adrenalin activities like bungy jumping and jet boat rides, to more gentle pursuits such as wine tasting, a round of golf or a spa treatment. Famous as a winter ski destination, Queenstown is equally magnificent in spring, summer and autumn. Today is yours to make the most of what Queenstown has to offer, your guides will be able to point you in the right direction to ensure you do. After a day spent soaking it all up, you’ll enjoy a third night in your Queenstown lakeside accommodation.

Tonight we stay at Queenstown Ramada Central again*

Day

8

Fiordland National Park
Hollyford Track

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Hiking Sightseeing Helicopter
Accommodation

Martins Bay Lodge

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Day 8 – Fiordland Experience: Scenic helicopter ride to Martins Bay, jetboat and explore Long Reef seal colony

Today is the day that you’ll forevermore recall the moment someone mentions New Zealand. Moody and dramatic, Milford Sound is simply stunning and offers what is surely the most spectacular fiord scenery in the southern hemisphere. We’ll start our morning with an extraordinary drive through diverse landscapes with incredible views. The Eglington Valley, our first glimpse of the Hollyford, the Divide and the Homer Tunnel are just some of the highlights on this journey. You'll get a chance to explore the Milford Sound foreshore before we are whisked away in a helicopter to Martins Bay.

Helicopter ride to Martins Lodge, jetboat and explore Long Reef seal colony

Flying over Milford Sound you’ll see massive vertical granite walls rising from the sea and waterfalls cascading either side as you fly into stunning Martins Bay for your exclusive group experience. We’ll then hike to the Long Reef seal colony where we can view the New Zealand fur seals at close quarters. If we are lucky, we may even catch a glimpse of the rare Fiordland crested penguin. Then we’ll jump onboard a jetboat for an exhilarating end to our day and a short ride to tonight’s exclusive accommodation nestled in the wilderness. On arrival, we’ll be greeted by our wonderful lodge hosts who will be preparing an incredible three-course meal for us to indulge in. After you dine, our host will tell you all about your serene surroundings and the exciting day ahead of you tomorrow.

Tonight we stay at Martins Bay Lodge*

Day

9

Hollyford Track
Hiking & Jetboat Ride

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Hiking Sightseeing Jetboating
Accommodation

Te Anau

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Day 9 – Fiordland Experience: Jetboat Lake McKerrow and hike the Hollyford Track

Regarded by many as New Zealand’s most beautiful wilderness valley, this is the perfect setting for another incredible walking experience. Our Fiordland Experience continues today with a jetboat across Lake McKerrow and up the Hollyford River before your expert Hollyford guide leads you off on your day’s hiking through the World Heritage beauty of the Hollyford Track.

Day

10

Doubtful Sound
Cruise Doubtful Sound

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
BoatCruise Wildlife
Accommodation

Te Anau

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Day 10 – Fiordland Experience: Doubtful Sound Cruise

Today we'll journey across Lake Manapouri, over the breathtaking Wilmot Pass and into the heart of Fiordland National Park. Spanning a staggering 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the head of the fiord to the Tasman Sea, Doubtful Sound is the deepest of New Zealand’s 14 fiords and one of the most spectacular.

Doubtful Sound Cruise

Doubtful Sound is known as Patea to the Maori people - meaning ‘place of silence’. On your nature cruise of the fiord, you'll find silence amongst a dramatic landscape with echoing birdsong or cascading waterfalls the only sound to break the stillness. With no road to the fiord, the experience of getting to Doubtful Sound is an adventure in itself. We'll firstly board a boat to cruise across the peaceful Lake Manapouri before crossing Wilmot Pass and descending into Doubtful Sound where we'll take our nature cruise. This is your chance to learn more about the unique Fiordland environment from your Doubtful Sound nature guide on board while enjoying the sights, sounds and wildlife of the fiord. This evening we'll retire to our hotel for some delicious kai (the Maori word for food) and a well-earned rest.

Tonight we stay at Distinction Te Anau*

Day

11

Mackenzie Country
Gibbston Valley

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
WineTasting
Accommodation

Mt Cook Village

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Day 11 – Gibbston Valley, High Country Lakes, Aoraki/Mount Cook

After a relaxed start this morning, we'll make our way to the gorgeous mountain setting of Gibbston Valley, where we'll enjoy a selection of locally-produced wines and a leisurely lunch. This afternoon we’ll journey to the heart of the Southern Alps, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, an area of vast snow-covered mountains and glacier-fed lakes. We’ll then stay the night in our most famous mountain hotel, the Hermitage at Mount Cook.

Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park

This National Park is truly a jewel in New Zealand’s crown. Named in honour of our highest peak, the majestic mountains tower above bright turquoise lakes surrounded by vast fields of golden tussock. With a settlement population of less than 100 people and building restrictions enforced, Aoraki/Mount Cook offers not only a feast for the eyes, but a rare tranquillity that soothes the soul.

Tonight we stay at The Hermitage Hotel*

Day

12

Aoraki/Mount Cook
Your choice

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner

Meals
Activities
Accommodation

Mount Cook Village

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Day 12 – Glacier Boat Tour and options in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park

The last full day on your New Zealand luxury walking tour will be one of the most unforgettable. Home to not only our highest and most sacred mountain, Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park boasts a further 19 peaks topping over 3000 metres. After a scenic glacier boat tour this morning, options this afternoon include hiking, exploring the village or a glacier heli-hike for truly mind-blowing views. Whichever option you choose you won’t be disappointed. After a full day of activities, we’ll meet up and return to the Hermitage Hotel for our final dinner together and a chance to trade stories from the day. Your last night of the trip will be a memorable evening as you look back on your adventure and the places you’ve travelled.

Glacier boat and Hiking in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park

Some of New Zealand’s best alpine hikes are found here. Surrounded by the peaks where Edmund Hillary honed his mountaineering skills before successfully summiting Mount Everest with Tenzing Norgay in 1953, you’ll want to explore for yourself. Mount Cook, or Aoraki “the Cloud Piercer” as named by the Maori people, stands proudly at its heart raising up to the imposing height of 3724 metres (over 12,000 feet). The glacier boat cruise this morning takes us across the terminal lake to the ancient ice face of the Tasman Glacier, affording us incredible up-close views – keep your camera at the ready!

Tonight we stay at The Hermitage Hotel again*

Choice 1

Walk the Hooker Valley Track

This is one of the South Island's most popular trails in glacier country. When you look down from the impressive swing bridges down to the rushing river below that leads you all the way to an alpine lake complete with icebergs, you'll understand why. For flower lovers, the Hooker Valley is one of the best places to see Mount Cook lilies in season.

Choice 2

Free time around Mt Cook Village

Today is a great opportunity to explore on your own. Visit the museum and planetarium in the Sir Edmund Hillary Alpine Centre, take some short walks or just soak in the views with a coffee and a book.

Day 12 Optional Add-ons

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


Glacier heli-hiking

Climb aboard a chopper and land high up on the Tasman Glacier, where you’ll don crampons and explore the dramatic ice caves and clear blue glacial shards with a specialist guide.

USD390+TAX
Day

13

Mackenzie Country
Lake Tekapo

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Breakfast
Lunch

Meals
Activities
Sightseeing
Accommodation

Finish the trip in Christchurch

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Day 13 – Tekapo and the Mackenzie Country, Depart Christchurch

Enjoy your final taste of the incredible Mackenzie Country scenery as we make our way back to the city of Christchurch. The unreal colours of Lakes Pukaki and Tekapo contrast against our highest peaks in the distance, creating the perfect backdrop for photos you’ll treasure in years to come. After 13 days of extraordinary experiences, adventures, friendship and fun, we’ll say our goodbyes with drop-offs at Christchurch airport or your city accommodation. You’ll leave feeling refreshed and satisfied in the knowledge that you’ve made the very most of your time in New Zealand.

*For logistical reasons, we may make small changes to our itineraries or accommodation from time to time.

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This was our trip of a lifetime!!!!! Such an adventure and wonderful experience... we learned about BEAUTIFUL New Zealand from Ellie and Nicki, our guides, as well as experiencing the beauty for ourselves on our hikes!
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Combine this trip with our Sweet North for the best of both the North and South islands over 18 days.

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