Transporting you to nature.



Known to New Zealanders as ‘tramping’, one of the best ways to explore Fiordland National Park is on foot. You can go hiking independently or through our guided and curated tours.

Fiordland National Park and its day and multi-day hikes might seem remote – that’s the charm – but we’ll provide transport and even guides, getting you to where you want to be.

There is a network of huts to stay in while hiking in Fiordland, and there is a strong culture amongst experienced trampers of looking after them, called “hut etiquette”. There is an equally strong culture to take care of the environment. The marked trails channel foot traffic, giving the wildlife life some space and quiet, and avoiding unnecessary wear and tear on the vegetation. The journey is the destination, and it’s what you see on the way that matters: take only photographs, leave only footprints.