With around 30 percent of New Zealand's land area being officially protected with public access, there's no shortage of hiking opportunities at all levels. Whether you're looking for shorter walking tours up to a day long or a multi-day track through remote high country, you'll soon see why soaking up the breathtaking New Zealand scenery is a national past time and right of passage for generations of kiwis.
Explore the Western Australian coast and the South Island of New Zealand: wildly different, yet equally stunning. In W.A., drive along the iconic Coral Coast to the Pinnacles Desert, Coral Bay, Monkey Mia and the world famous Ningaloo Reef. Flying to Christchurch, you'll be treated to NZ's rugged coastlines, snow-capped peaks, jewel-toned lakes, and towering fiords.