Whanganui River Tramping, Hiking and Guided Walks
Whanganui River is a major river in the North Island of New Zealand. Whanganui River begins at Mt Tongariro, travels through Whanganui National Park and returns to sea at Wanganui City. Whanganui River 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.
For a more strenuous activity, don your hiking boots and hike the tramping trails surrounding Whanganui. Whatever your choice, walking around Whanganui is an ideal way to enjoy scenic views, nature and local attractions.
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Tongariro Alpine Crossing guided tours - Winter / Summer (sunrise). Hike by torch light under the moon & stars to the highest point of the Tongariro Alpine Crossing to watch the sunrise. Inflatable raft and kayaking tours - half-day heaps of fun! Whakapapa & Whanganui River. School camps - group activities & camp safety management. Caving.
Mobile-friendly - Bridge to Nowhere offer you a complete Whanganui River experience. Jet boat tours to the Bridge to Nowhere, unique lodge accommodation in Whanganui National Park, and canoe trips to untouched parts of the River. Transport for trampers and mountain bikers to and from Whanganui National Park - The Mountain to the Sea. Mountain bike trip accommodation & transport packages.
Mobile-friendly - We create independent walking holidays which include the Great Walks of New Zealand. No longer will you have to visit 3 or 4 different websites. We will plan and organize the walks for you, by pre-booking Department of Conservation huts, pre and post walk accommodation, transfers and our experienced staff will advise the best time to travel and more.
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