Rainbow Reach is the goal for the final day of the Kepler Track. From Iris Burn the track heads directly down the valley through thick, moss covered forest.Read More
The Kepler Track to Iris Burn crosses high ridge lines with outstanding views on all sides – forests, ridges, lakes, far off snow-capped mountain peaks.
Luxmore Hut is the destination for day 2 of the Kepler Track, where increased elevation brings spectacular views across Fiordland National Park.
The Kepler track is a 60 kilometre Great Walk in New Zealand’s Fiordland National park, passing through forests, wetlands, and across mountain ridges.
The Mueller Hut route is a 6-7 hour advanced hike offering stupendous views of Mount Cook, Mueller Lake, Hooker Lake, and surrounding peaks.
Tasman glacier and Tasman lake are short hikes easily accessible from the White Horse Hill campsite in Mount Cook National Park.
Isle of the Dead is a tiny abandoned island cemetery, home of 1600 unmarked convict graves from Tasmania’s famous Port Arthur convict colony.
The Hooker Valley trail takes you through Mount Cook National park to Hooker Lake, with magnificent views of Mount Cook and the Hooker glacier.
Doubtful Sound kayaking offers a tranquil alternative to Milford Sound, where you can enjoy the beautiful landscape with hordes of tourists.
Hiking Maria Island National Park offers treks to lofty lookout points, white sand beaches, peaceful campsites, and ruins from the island’s convict past.