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Who Are Walking Legends?

Posted by on 4 April 2020 | Comments

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One look at the legs on Brad Taylor and it’s clear that here is a man who spends a lot of time walking. A proud wilderness enthusiast, Brad holds the prestigious self-awarded title of ‘Most Completed Tours of the Lake Waikaremoana Great Walk.’ He stopped counting at 100.

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Travel Insurance - What You Need To Know Before You Go!

Posted by Cathy Taylor on 3 March 2020 | Comments

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Travel insurance seems like such a gamble sometimes. If you’re travelling on a budget, the cost of travel insurance can feel like a burden. But if something happens to you or your stuff in our great Kiwi outdoors, you want to make sure you can recover quickly and get back to enjoying your hard-earned holiday time!

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How To Pack For Your Lake Waikaremoana Guided Walk

Posted by Cathy Taylor on 4 December 2019 | Comments

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Packing for a multi-day, hut-to-hut Great Walk comes with its own challenges. Unlike a lodge-based tour, the logistics of moving gear in remote areas in a simple and efficient way takes planning! Luckily, we’ve been doing this for 17 years and we have it down to a fine art.

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5 Tips For Finding the Real New Zealand

Posted by Rob Franklin on 6 September 2011 | Comments

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New Zealand is undoubtedly a beautiful country, and its diversity of people and landscapes makes it a great place to explore!

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Guided Walks New Zealand: Years of Local knowledge At It’s Best

Posted by on 12 October 2010 | Comments

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New Zealand has a variety of non-guided and guided walks in New Zealand. The type of walk that you choose will normally depend what you want to get out of your walking adventure. Take a guided hiking tour for the chance to be instilled with as much local knowledge as possible about the area by an expert, local guide. This knowledge often includes specific information about the local plant an animal life has often been passed down through generations that have lived in the area.

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