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Hollyford Track

Te Anau-Milford Hwy, Fiordland National Park, New Zealand
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Awesome Ngai Tahu guided 3 day walk over some 50 k's.

Effective and informative guides, vg Lodges and facilities, excellent catering for food on track... read more

Reviewed 22 April 2016
KEZZAMAN
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Auckland Central, New Zealand
Fantastic experience

Loved every part of the 3 day hike down the Hollyford track to Martins Bay. A very beautiful and... read more

Reviewed 21 April 2016
harryharryharry
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Wellington, New Zealand
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Reviewed 22 April 2016

Effective and informative guides, vg Lodges and facilities, excellent catering for food on track and breakfast and dinners at the 2 Lodges. Compelling and memorable helicopter flight from end Track to Milford Sound, a special highlight!

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Kate_NTT_Southern, Marketing Coordinator at Hollyford Track, responded to this reviewResponded 28 September 2016

Kia ora, Thank you for you review. We are so pleased you had memorable trip. Our guides are extremely knowledgeable and passionate. Hope you got some great photos. Safe travels. Kind Regards, Kate

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Reviewed 21 April 2016

Loved every part of the 3 day hike down the Hollyford track to Martins Bay. A very beautiful and remote part of NZ. Walking through a stunning rain Forrest on the first day, 19kms,a very long day with the last hour being the hardest -...More

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Reviewed 15 April 2016 via mobile

We loved everything. We had friendly, knowledgeable guides and the hosts at Pyke river and Martins Bay provided warm, clean, comfortable cabins and excellent food. We could purchase wine if we wanted. The first day was a 20km trek after a 1-2 hr bus ride-and...More

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Reviewed 13 April 2016

This 3 day walk was amazing and our two guides and lodge hosts wonderful. If you like picturesque scenery, great history and good food, lodges and company then this trip is not to be missed!

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Reviewed 3 April 2016

I loved the whole experience of the Hollyford Track, it made me realise what a stunning country New Zealand is. The trip is well organised with experienced guides who take the time to share their knowledge and love of the area. The lodges, hosts and...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2016

We took our English friends for a three-day guided walk along the Hollyford Track in December 2015, just before Christmas. Kahu was our guide and he couldn't have been more awesome. The nature was incredible, everything was very well organised, and Kahu's local wisdom and...More

Thank Robert F
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Reviewed 29 March 2016

The track is easy and reapting itself. I hiked the first 20km and came back running. A nice day walk-run. If you do the whole track, take a boat back, beacuse it is the same view at the same altitude...More

1  Thank Tal S
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Kate_NTT_Southern, Marketing Coordinator at Hollyford Track, responded to this reviewResponded 31 March 2016

Kia ora Tal, I believe you did this track as a freedom walker, is this correct? As a guest doing the Hollyford Track Guided Walk, which is a 3 day and 2 night trip, you would have stayed at Pyke Lodge after your first day...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2016

Have I ever seen a night sky like this? Not in memory. Simple but perfect accommodation in this very remote place. Amazingly the food for dinner and breakfast at the lodge was top class. The hosts Greg and Crystal were so very warm and welcoming....More

Thank Margaret M
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Reviewed 21 March 2016

We enjoyed three aggressive days along the Hollyford Track with two other families from the US and Singapore. Altogether we had six parents and ten teens and early adults and everyone made every step while the kids quickly made new friends over dinner and evening...More

Thank Vols84
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Reviewed 14 March 2016

Three day walk. Not hard. First day was 20km so a bit long but pretty flat. Other 2 days were less walking. Gorgeous scenery. Expect to get wet feet, and eaten by sand flies - which are, by the way, the only live thing you'll...More

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Pjm181
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Response from Liz W | Reviewed this property |
As a keen hiker (or tramper as they're called in NZ) a proper hiking boot will not just give ankle support but also prevent toes being bruised if the ankle is well supported & give better grip on slopes. You walk 19km on the... More
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Response from Kate_NTT_Southern | Property representative |
Kia ora Sue, It is an amazing experience and you will thoroughly enjoy it. Footwear with good support is recommended but you also don't want something too heavy. Insect repellents are dependent on whether you would like a... More
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