Queenstown Guided Nature Walks

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Guided Nature Walks, Queenstown, aim to give you a " hands on understanding of every component of New Zealand's South Island wilderness" in an area teeming with a variety of natural beauty and history.

Able to cater for wide ranges of interests, extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides will take you through some of the most stunning places in New Zealand.

The Routeburn Track and Rob Roy Glacier are just two of the places you can find with Guided Nature Walks and they can also take you to deep valleys and native forests, all the while describing some of New Zealand's unique wildlife.

The guides not only have expert knowledge of the region and its environment, they also have detailed knowledge of specific areas of interest meaning your own personal interests will be skillfully catered for. One of the tours of specific interest is their "You vs Wild" walk where you can learn how to survive in the New Zealand bush.

There are full day and half day walks available spanning different purposes, depending on what your interests are, whether it be wildlife or simply hiking the famous Routeburn Track, or even a bit of everything.

Guided Nature Walks has a history spanning back 130 years and four local generations of the Bryant family. Peter and Karyn Hitchman are the current owners, with the ongoing support of Richard & Elaine Bryant. They have a vast knowledge of the history and ecology of the beautiful region in which they live.

Taking in the gorgeous scenery

Taking in the gorgeous scenery

Kea, the native mountain parrot

Kea, the native mountain parrot

Walking down the Routeburn Track

Walking down the Routeburn Track

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