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Great Barrier Island: Hiking the Forested Fringes of New Zealand

Posted by Cathy Taylor on 14 May 2020 | Comments

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Great Barrier Island really gets under your skin. Once you’ve been, you won’t be able to imagine a holiday spent anywhere else. Bali? Ruined. Rarotonga? No thanks.

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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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Lake Waikaremoana: Which Walk Is Right For Me?

Posted by Cathy Taylor on 14 November 2019 | Comments

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We offer two guided hiking tours in the Te Urewera area - but which one is right for you? 

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An Unlikely Group Discover a Beautiful North Island Hike

Posted by Hilary Sheaff on 30 May 2011 | Comments

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Our senior guide Hilary hosted her last book club meeting at somewhere just a little different to where the monthly meetings are normally held. The group of 8 trekked in to the Central Whirinaki Hut in the North Island of New Zealand for an overnight meeting with a difference!

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