Nelson Lakes Nature and Eco Tourism
The Nelson Lakes National Park is the northernmost part of the Southern Alps. This area has a huge range of short and long walks which you can enjoy from a short stroll through the beech forest to remote mountain passes to challenge the experienced solitude-seeker.
The Nelson Lakes feature two beautiful lakes-glacier-carved Lake Rotoiti and Lake Rotoroa. The Nelson Lakes National Park offers fantastic hiking, walking, fishing, kayaking and boating.
Mobile-friendly - Southern Wilderness specialises in 'Gourmet Guided Walks' on the Heaphy Track, Old Ghost Road and throughout the Nelson Lakes and Abel Tasman National parks. Our guided walks all depart from Nelson and we take care of all the logistics. Our team of guides carry and prepare all meals, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of these areas.
Mobile-friendly - St Arnaud House is a boutique, secluded sub-alpine bed and breakfast, which is nestled amongst native beech forest, alive with the bird songs of Tui, Bellbirds, and Robins. The ideal base to explore the beautiful surrounding scenery and wilderness of the Nelson Lakes National Park and within strolling distance to Lake Rotoiti. Great brown trout fishing in the surrounding rivers.
Mobile-friendly - Unique bed and breakfast in a beautiful, self-contained log cottage, described by past guests as rustic luxury. Totally private, completely peaceful, suitable for children over five years. Bush and river walks, guided fly-fishing and deer hunting options. Suitable for bed and breakfast stays, or long-term self-contained holiday stays. 50 acres on the bush edge, near Nelson Lakes and Murchison.
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