The Absolute Best New Zealand South Island Hikes New Zealand is a magical place in which Offering opportunities to experience multiple landscapes in a single day, South Island boasts of the majestic Kā Tiritiri o te Moana mountain range, which absolutely dwarfs you in the beauty of nature. Whether you’re an aspiring hiker, or an experienced one, South Island is where to go if you don't want to be disappointed.
Exploring New Zealand's One-and-Only Dusky Track Although the hike is associated as one of the most advanced trails, it is also simply inaccessible to the majority. With only a few options to begin your hiking adventure - the most common path is taking the hike to Milford Sound. This can be the easiest starting point compared to the other ones - with a relatively straightforward opening. Just follow the road signs, and the crowd of tourists and you should find your way! We would recommend that you turn back at this stage if you find that it’s not best fit for your level. There’s still time now!
Venture along Gertrude Saddle in Milford Sound Upon attempting the adventurous journey ahead of me, I thoroughly conducted my research on this trail and found that this trail has its extremities and can be considered quite advanced. Although I was slightly shocked by how advanced the route seems, the photos of the trail and the view seemed so out of this world - I knew I needed to go on the hike to see it for myself.
Freedom Camping Spots on South Island: Our Picks! It is hard to find a country more well-suited to freedom camping than New Zealand, especially the South Island camping sites. It is definitely a must-visit and these freedom camping spots should be in your bucket lists!
Pro Tips for Camping on a Budget After spending two months back and forth on multiple camping adventures, I’ve become an expert on both road tripping around New Zealand and camping. The only hardship I’ve faced, ultimately, is spending my expenses wisely especially during my adventures.
Best Tips for Free Camping in New Zealand With diverse scenery being the forefront of New Zealand’s identity as a country, New Zealand is indeed the ideal destination for camping. If you’re thinking of going on an adventure with friends and family - or even a solo trip! - there are plenty of places where you can camp for free!
Which is Your Pick? : Milford, Kepler, or Routeburn Track There are many comparisons and statements regarding the Fiordland National Park. A few common assumptions in regards to the three main trails in Fiordland National Park are always debated on back-and-forth and we can never come to a clear, comprehensive conclusion!
South Island: Tried and Tested The South Island is generally known as an ideal tourist site and is constantly populated with many locals too. There are many cool things about South Island Camping Sites but one thing for sure is that there are many great spots to camp on the South Island and it is considered one of the best spots for traveling worldwide.