New Zealand is a wondrous country where you find yourself falling in love with its huge mountains, scenic lands, epic landscapes, stunning national parks, glaciers and picture-perfect views. It is a dream destination for adventure lovers because it has many amazing hiking spots for everyone. From tropical rain forest to chilled ranges to aerial deserts and clefts to beachside walk, you name it and New Zealand got it. There are various hikes that last for more than one day across the North and the South Island which are effortless and cannot be forgotten.
A popular track that will make your day a memorable one. It is one of the most famous walking tracks in New Zealand. It’s a 3-hour trek from lake level across the ground then up to 1578 summit and it is located 6 km from the drowsy town of Wanaka, Otago on the South of New Zealand. The scene is so beautiful, you can hear the sounds of crickets and skylarks as you mount 1500 m on an admirable trail with a pleasing sight of Lake Wanaka, its cays, gulf and the great mountains covered with snow are guaranteed to entertain you from the beginning to the end.
If you want to have a great walking and biking experience, go for Queen Charlotte Track a distinctive Marlborough with remarkable waterside vision and home-grown wilds. The hike begins with a cruise to Ship Cove ascent uphill to beech trees then sinking into Resolution Bay then to Endeavor Inlet. Afterward, you pass the shoreline through beaches and forest by going direct to Kenepuru Saddle from Camp Bay. The surroundings offer out of the world extensive scenes over the sounds prior to coming down to Torea Saddle and Portage Bay. Then move forward to Mistletoe Bay, finally reaching to the track end at Anakiwa.
One of the most desire day walks in the world, though it is very alluring, it can be risky for someone who is new to the high-altitude nature. It has the honor of being the first one receiving cultural world Heritage Status therefore, it is a UNESCO dual World Heritage Area. The exciting hike starts at 1120 m, mounting the Mangatepopo Valley to the land passing South Crater then scaling to Red Carter that is about 1886 m long. Now crossing a rock cliff path to Emerald Lakes then walking to Tongariro, then going down to end road at 760 m passing the Ketetahi Shelter.
Martins Bay is the rocky point located in the entrance of the Hollyford River. You will cross Jerusalem Creek, a landing field, and personal batches in this region. This track goes to Long Reef through windy woodlands and brings forth the picturesque outlook of the breathtaking watercourse and bewildering headlands where seals can be seen around the seaboard in close proximity from July to November.