Wairarapa Tramping, Hiking, Guided Walks
Leave the city and enter a contemporary style of country life in the Wairarapa region. Embrace the pleasures of fine wine and good food while you explore the heritage of the Wairarapa. Wairarapa enjoys the perfect outdoor environment for a selection of trekking, tramping, hiking and guided walks. Walking tracks may be short walks, or multi-day walks. They may be public walking trails, or private guided walking tours. more
For a more strenuous activity, don your hiking boots and hike the tramping trails surrounding Wairarapa. Whatever your choice, walking around Wairarapa is an ideal way to enjoy scenic views, nature and local attractions.
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This two or four-day New Zealand private walk runs between two sheep and beef stations. Each property is rich in history and different in landscape, providing an independent walking trip with something for everyone. This is the perfect location for anyone who enjoys a group walking trip with a variety of scenery and terrain.
New Zealand is said to be the ultimate outdoor playground, so depending on what you're into we can take you there. We offer wine tasting, golf tours, hiking & climbing trips, scenic tours, adventure tours, fishing trips & much more. Higher quality fully customised trips designed for you. 2-7 people per vehicle. Student/Family rates apply.
Tora Coastal Walk celebrated 10 years of operation in 2005, and continues to be one of the best-loved privately run walks New Zealand has to offer. Situated in the southern Wairarapa just outside Martinborough, the three-day walk encompasses a variety of stunning and diverse scenery. Private hill country farmland, native bush, river valleys and the spectacular Tora coastline.
New Zealand is blessed with a smorgasbord of walking tracks providing opportunities for access to the great outdoors. These tracks fall into many categories, and traverse public and private land. Walkways gazetted under the Walking Access Act 2008 and established by the NZ Walking Access Commission can be viewed on our website and on the Walking Access Mapping System (www.wams.org.nz).