Experience the mystical fjords, mountains, lakes, and other landscapes of New Zealand's South Island up close during wilderness hikes, sea kayak and white water rafting trips, and an overnight fjord cruise. 

Starting at: $8,195 Register Interest or Call 833-254-6678
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Hiking New Zealand’s South Island

15 days from $8,195

Experience the mystical fjords, mountains, lakes, and other landscapes of New Zealand's South Island up close during wilderness hikes, sea kayak and white water rafting trips, and an overnight fjord cruise. 

or Call 833-254-6678

ACCOMMODATIONS

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Marlborough Vitners Hotel

Blenheim, New Zealand

This luxury hotel is ideally situated amongst vineyards. Plush suites with garden or vineyard views offer separate lounges and an upscale restaurant serves British-influenced New Zealand Cuisine.

Number of nights: 1

Furneaux Lodge

Queen Charlotte Sound, New Zealand

Set amongst stunning scenery in the magnificent waterways of New Zealand’s Malborough Sounds, Furneaux Lodge is surrounded by 2,000 acres of native forest. The onsite bar and restaurant feature regional specialties and local Malborough wines. 

Number of nights: 1

Rutherford Hotel

Nelson, New Zealand

Located in the heart of Nelson, this modern hotel offers an outdoor pool and a sauna. Rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi and tea and coffee making facilities. 

Number of nights: 2

Punakaiki Resort

Punakaiki, New Zealand

Situated on New Zealand’s wild West Coast, this resort is surrounded by the Paparoa National Park and looks out over the Tasman Sea. The guest rooms are designed in harmony with the local environment and have either ocean or rainforest views. 

Number of nights: 1

Arthur’s Pass Wilderness Lodge

Arthur’s Pass, New Zealand

This refined lodge on a working sheep farm is surrounded by the mountains of Arthur’s Pass National Park. Warmly decorated, elegant rooms include garden views and tea and coffee making facilities. 

Number of nights: 2

Te Waonui Forest Retreat

Franz Joseph Glacier, New Zealand

This serene resort occupies a rustic-chic timber property and is surrounded by rainforest. A refined restaurant with forest views serves local cuisine. There is also a cozy lounge and bar with a fireplace and an outdoor pizza oven.

Number of nights: 1

Oakridge Resort

Wanaka, New Zealand

Overlooking a picturesque mountain landscape, this contemporary hotel is near Lake Wanaka. Property amenities include a spa, and outdoor heated pool complex with 7 hot tubs, a lap pool and 2 pools with rock waterfalls.

Number of nights: 2

Fiordland Navigator

Doubtful Sound, New Zealand

The Fjordland Navigator is a purpose built vessel designed to replicate a traditional trading scow and is perfectly suited to cruising the fiords. Amenities include spacious viewing decks, a dining saloon, and observation lounge. 

Number of nights: 1

Distinction Te Anau Hotel & Villas

Te Anau, New Zealand

Overlooking Lake Te Anau, this upscale hotel is a short walk from the town center. Comfortable rooms include sittings areas. Property amenities include a restaurant and terrace bar, heated outdoor pool, and hot tub.

Number of nights: 1