Tales from the Trails
If you're like me and love to travel, explore and adventure then maybe you've had the same experience when planning your travels - "I just don't get how it all works!". I've always found blogs helpful in my planning and so hopefully these will help you too - they've been written from our own experiences and from some of the interest areas and frustrations that other travellers have expressed to us in the past. Grab a cuppa and take a look!
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Our latest tales
Why Fiordland is the perfect retreat
A mini break in Fiordland does wonders for the soul. Even just 3 days here will replenish you in a way you never thought possible.
Top 4-day trips for chasing waterfalls
If you’re looking to chase waterfalls, then Fiordland is the right place.
7 eco-friendly tips for hikers
Hiking in our great outdoors makes you more aware of everything out there and how vital it is for us to cherish and protect it.
How to pack like a pro for a day hike
Avid hikers know that the fun begins even before you get on the trail.
The best three-night Te Anau itinerary for those who love the great outdoors
Enjoy a mix of guided and self-drive tours to discover the hidden gems and best of Milford Sound and Fiordland.
Hiking in New Zealand: How to prepare for an active New Zealand vacation?
Misty mountains, emerald fjords, ancient fern-cloaked forests, cascading waterfalls and miles of empty black and white sand beaches… You’re likely to find any sort of wild path you’re willing to...
Ten New Zealand hiking trails you've never heard of (but should consider trying!)
The Great Walks of New Zealand get more than their fair share of media space – and rightly so.
10 tips for family hiking in New Zealand
Girls hiking on Routeburn Track, Fiordland at Key Summit Planning a family holiday that features hiking in New Zealand? Here are the ins and outs and most important things you need...
The best New Zealand towns to base yourself from for hiking in New Zealand
New Zealand is not short of wild paths to tread.
Things we love about hiking in Fiordland during spring
Goodbye short days and polar blasts! Haere mai and welcome to Spring – more daylight, warm temperatures and new life sprouting in the paddocks, gardens and even in the bush.