9 Days



trip cost

From $4350 PP

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9 Days

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trip cost

From $4350 PP

Nature Immersion

Cultural Interest

Self-Guided Trip

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  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • On the trail
  • Track Transfers
  • Itinerary
  • Map
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusive guide
  • Positive impacts
  • FAQ's


Abel Tasman & Queen Charlotte Tracks

Explore two of New Zealand’s stunning coastal Great Walks around the northern tip of the South Island. Travelling self-guided allows you to walk along the trail in your own time, making your way between accommodations. All your luggage transfers are included throughout the program and each night you will enjoy boutique lodge accommodation and delicious locally produced meals. All you need to do is relax and enjoy experiencing the best parts of these wonderful point to point walks, whilst carrying only your daypack.

First head to one of New Zealand’s smallest national parks where you will very quickly understand why the Abel Tasman Track has gained its reputation as one of the country’s most popular, as you walk through lush coastal vegetation, past golden beaches with azure waters and spectacular granite cliffs. The Abel Tasman National Park is a haven for nature and beach lovers. Its beaches are stunning; in fact, it is of popular consensus that they are among the best in the whole country. And the bonus? They are mostly all accessible only by foot or kayak, which means these pristine patches of paradise are secluded and come with no crowds!

Then it’s onto the world-famous Queen Charlotte Track: a 73km long walking trail that is renowned for its stunning views, contrasting landscapes, historical landmarks, and wide variety of native bush and wildlife. This comfortable itinerary takes in all the highlights of the famous track incorporating gorgeous coastal hikes, exploring the stunning Marlborough Sounds, and admiring the subtropical rainforest. This is a unique and spectacular walking trip through a renowned area of natural beauty and both cultural and historical significance.

In a country as beautiful as New Zealand, getting between the two walks can be as much an adventure as walking the trails themselves! Once you’ve completed your Abel Tasman walk we offer a unique and exceptional shuttle service from Nelson to Picton for the Queen Charlotte Track. Your driver will talk through suggestions and ideas for your private journey, which takes about 6 hours. The choice of where to stop and what to do is up to you. Visit a vineyard or gallery, have lunch in historic Havelock, enjoy a short walk and swim at Te Hoiere/Pelorus River. Your drivers know the best photo opportunities and coffee spots. They are experienced trampers who love sharing their wilderness stories and hearing yours.

This itinerary may run in the opposite order depending on the availability of your requested dates with accommodation in either Abel Tasman or Queen Charlotte. 

Queen Charlotte & Abel Tasman


Get Ready For

  • Pack-free self-guided hiking along the classic Abel Tasman & Queen Charlotte 
  • Enjoy excellent boutique lodges along the trail and delicious locally produced meals
  • Gaze in awe at the remote golden sand beaches and pristine coastline
  • A haven for wildlife and nature lovers
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On the trail

The Experience

Our New Zealand trip uses private boutique lodges in amazing locations of natural surroundings of forest and beach, often only accessible by foot or boat. In Abel Tasman NP we stay in some beautiful beachfront lodges where you will enjoy delicious 3-course dinners sourced from environmentally responsible local providers, before retiring to your room to fall asleep to the sound of the waves. In Queen Charlotte Sound the lodges offer a true immersion in nature surrounded by 2000 acres of pristine forest. It is the ideal location to relax and enjoy a fresh, local and seasonally inspired menu for dinner, showcasing the best of the Marlborough cuisine and beverages each evening.

Havelock Marina, Marlborough, New Zealand

Track Transfers

Nelson to Picton

You have two options for getting from one walk to the next. The standard transfer (included in the trip price) is a direct bus journey from Picton to Nelson that takes about 2¼ hours. You will need to make your own way to/from the bus stop at each end. We also offer a unique shuttle service that takes about 6 hours. It is more of a private tour, with flexible lunch and sightseeing opportunities along the way, such as historic Havelock (pictured). It’s operated by experienced trampers and you can ask them pretty much any question about your destination. This service is an additional $175pp (based on 4 people) travelling together but is well worth it.


Daily details

Important info

All daily distances are approximate and this itinerary is subject to change. RAW Travel reserves the right to make necessary changes based on local conditions, group safety, extreme weather or unforeseen difficulties with local suppliers due to the effects of COVID-19.

This itinerary may run in the opposite order depending on the availability of your requested dates with accommodation in either Abel Tasman or Queen Charlotte.


Arrive into Nelson Airport and make your own way to your centrally located accommodation. You can arrive at any time as there are no activities planned until this evening when RAW Travel’s local guide will meet you for a briefing to go over your Abel Tasman tramp. Here you will be supplied with your lodge bag to pack your gear for the trek and your guide will assist you with what you need to take. Following this, your guide will provide you with suggestions for where to head for dinner.

  • Meals: n/a
  • Accommodation: Rutherford Hotel, Nelson

Early this morning you will be collected from your hotel and transferred via a scenic coastal drive to Kaiteriteri, a beautiful little beach town and gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park. As you drive past picturesque vineyards to one side and golden sandy beaches with aqua blue waters to the other, you will get a taste of what you can expect on your hike through the Abel Tasman National Park in the coming days.

In Kaiteriteri you will board a boat for a relaxing cruise along the length of the Abel Tasman Coast to Totaruanui. For the next hour and 40 minutes, sit back on the deck and watch the beaches, coves and islands of this spectacular stretch of coastline pass you by. You will cruise through the crystal clear waters of Tonga Island Marine Reserve, a wildlife haven where you might see little blue penguins, bottlenose dolphins and seals frolicking, before arriving at Totaranui and the start of your tramping adventure.

It all begins with a hike through an area of native forest and coastal scrub, weaving in and out to some tranquil beaches – such as Goat Bay which will have you feeling like you have stepped onto the shores of a caribbean paradise. It’s a relatively short walking day today that includes a river crossing at the Awaroa Estuary. It’s important to be aware of the tides for this section.

This evening you will stay in the first of your beachfront lodges where you will enjoy a delicious 3-course dinner before retiring to your room to fall asleep to the sound of the waves.

  • Walking: Approximately 2.5 hours
  • Meals: B, L, D
  • Accommodation: Meadowbank Homestead at Awaroa

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast in the beautiful garden setting that looks out across the bay, before you set off for the day. Today’s walk is spectacularly scenic as you head deeper into the National Park through lush forest, interspersed with coastal views and beach walks alongside the Tonga Island Marine Reserve.

Leaving Awaroa you will ascend up and over the Tonga Saddle to Onetahuti Bay. Here, one of the longest expanses of beach in the Abel Tasman stretches before you in a crescent shape. Picture a long pristine beach separating crystal clear, brilliant blue waters from dense green mountainous forest backdrop – simply stunning!

Part of the walk here is along a boardwalk and bridge designed for conservation purposes by the local Iwi (Maori tribe) who have a strong connection to the area, as well as to assist with crossing the estuary during all tides. In particular, of significance is Tonga Island which sits in a prominent position offshore and is home to a colony of fur seals. It is worth spending some time exploring Tonga Quarry where there are still some remnants of the granite which used to be quarried there, before being shipped to Nelson

The track then meanders through fern gullies and tall Manuka forests before a steep climb up and down to Bark Bay.  As you descend down, the track passes a cascading waterfall which you can view from a sturdy swing bridge. Bark Bay also called Wairima, is an idyllic place for your picnic lunch, offering sunshine for much of the year. As you relax in the shade, or perhaps with your feet cooling in the water, listen out for the calls of the Kaka – a colourful forest-dwelling parrot that was near extinction before being released in 2019 as part of a conservation effort. If you are lucky you might even see one!

Following lunch you will walk through more groves of Manuka and fern, before crossing the impressive 40 metre long swing bridge at Falls River – a highlight for most hikers. The track continues with steady climbs up and over two valleys before a steep descent to the sleepy summer holiday village of Torrent Bay, and your second beachfront lodge accommodation for the night.

  • Walking: Approximately 6 hours
  • Meals: B, L, D
  • Accommodation: Torrent Bay Lodge

Another morning waking to the sound of the ocean and breakfast with a view!

Your final walk today is the easiest, with the trail gently meandering towards Marahau. Along the way you will have panoramic views across the Tasman Bay towards Nelson – and your final destination at the end of the day. The first section will be greatly determined by the tide – either around or across the inlet. The track then continues winding through small gullies, along streams and through lush beech forest. You will pass a number of sheltered bays and beaches, and we recommend you choose one to stop at for your picnic lunch.

The last section will have you walking through some open country before finishing with a few boardwalk crossings over the Marahau estuary and into Marahau settlement. You will meet your transport to take you back to Nelson, via Kaiteriteri, arriving approximately 6pm.

Alternatively, you may wish to stay in Marahau, a sleepy little beach village which has a long history of settlement by Māori. Its huge expanse of beach, particularly at low tide offers many activities such as horseback riding along the beach, kayaking or just relaxing and enjoying the mild climate. Fuel up by one of the excellent food options – from a world famous burger to fresh seafood waterfront dining.

Your distance walked today is dependent on the tides.

  • Walking: Approximately 5–6 hours
  • Meals: B, L
  • Accommodation: Rutherford Hotel, Nelson

This morning you are at leisure to go out and explore Nelson (Whakatū) – a lively town located on the Tasman Bay and renowned for its art scene – from traditional Maori to contemporary – visit some galleries or shop for local crafts and some presents to take home with you. Try some delicious local produce  – if you like a tipple you can visit the home of the hops or see why National Geographic dubbed it the Top Cider City in the world!  From vineyards to breweries, orchards to art galleries and boutique shops the options are endless – or you may just want to relax on the nearby Tahunanui Beach and soak up the sunshine. In the early afternoon you will be transferred to Picton, the gateway to the Marlborough Sounds.

  • Driving time: Approximately 2.5 hours
  • Meals: B
  • Accommodation: Jasmine Court Hotel, Picton

After breakfast you will have your walk briefing, before boarding a water taxi to the scenic Ship Cove – one of Captain Cook’s favourites during his explorations in the 1770s – and the beginning of your tramp along Marlborough’s Queen Charlotte Track. The area is also of considerable significance to the local Maori culture.

Your walk beings with a climb away from the beach, passing through a large section of beautiful beech forest where the high canopy is complemented by a diversity of shrubs and small trees. After about a good hour of hiking you will come to a lookout point which offers stunning views of both the inner and outer Queen Charlotte Sound (Totaranui). From here the track descends into Resolution Bay and follows a well-graded old bridle path over a ridge, winding downward to the shoreline of Endeavour Inlet.

On the descent, you will start to catch glimpses of your lodge accommodation for the evening. Nestled in the heart of the Marlborough Sounds and only accessible by boat or foot, our lodge offers a true immersion in nature surrounded by 2000 acres of pristine forest. It is the ideal location to relax and enjoy a fresh, local and seasonally inspired menu for dinner.

  • Walking: Approximately 5-6 hours
  • Meals: B, L, D
  • Accommodation: Furneaux Lodge

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast overlooking the stunning blue-green waters before heading out the back gate and onto the track once more, starting with a walk to the nearby waterfall.

Your easy walk today mainly takes you along the shoreline, winding through beautiful regenerating indigenous forests rich in native birdlife. The track meanders through lush bushland before crossing over a small swing bridge at the head of Endeavour Inlet. You will then set off following the main track walking your way towards Camp Bay and Punga Cove. As you walk listen out to some of the unique bird calls that you will only hear in this part of the world.

Sister property to the previous night’s accommodation, you can expect more of the natural beauty and the best of the Marlborough cuisine and beverages this evening. You will need to fuel up for tomorrow’s big day.

  • Walking: Approximately 4 hours
  • Meals: B, L, D
  • Accommodation: Punga Cove Lodge

It’s an early morning today as you set off on the most difficult, yet equally as rewarding sections of the trail. At various times throughout the walk you will see both the Queen Charlotte and Kenepuru Sounds, making it a truly breathtaking section of the track.

Your challenging day begins navigating the ridgeline between Camp Bay & Torea Saddle as you climb out of Camp Bay to the Kenepuru Saddle. Stop to catch your breath from the iconic Eatwells Lookout and gaze out at the 360 degree views over sunken river valleys of the Marlborough Sounds in awe – it’s well worth the climb. From here, the ridgeline separates Queen Charlotte Sounds from Kenepuru Sounds offering stunning panoramic views. As you walk the undulating track, grand vistas abound and will certainly help to take your mind off the challenge underfoot. Eventually the track will descend to Torea Saddle, between Torea and Portage Bays. Your walk ends at your waterfront hotel for a well deserved rest for the night, located just ten minutes off the track.

  • Walking: Approximately 8 hours
  • Meals: B, L, D
  • Accommodation: Portage Hotel

Another early start for your final day on the Queen Charlotte Track as you ascend once more to continue following the ridge line, enjoying stunning views back towards Picton as well as into the turquoise waters of the Kenepuru Sound. After Mistletoe Bay, where the track follows old bridle paths high above the water, you will descend down into Umungata (Davies Bay). The final half hour’s walking is on an easy path through mature beech forest and into Anakiwa.

From here you will catch a boat back to Picton. Your walk ends on arrival in Picton late in the afternoon.

  • Walking: Approximately 7 hours
  • Driving time: Approximately 2.5 hours
  • Meals: B, L
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The picturesque port town of Picton is the gateway to the marine, forest and island attractions of the Marlborough Sounds, including the Queen Charlotte Track. It offers a great selection of cafés, restaurants, galleries and specialty shops.

Ship Cove

Ship Cove is known as one of the first encounters between Māori and Europeans, and explorer Captain James Cook’s favourite base. Besides a memorial, Meretoto/Ship Cove has information panels about its fascinating past, a bush walk to a waterfall and a waka-shaped picnic table.

Furneaux Lodge

Nestled in the heart of the Marlborough sounds and only accessible by boat or foot, Furneaux Lodge offers a true immersion in nature surrounded by 2000 acres of pristine forest. It is the ideal location to relax and enjoy a fresh, local and seasonally inspired menu.

Punga Cove Resort

Punga Cove Resort has individual chalets set amongst the bush-clad hillside providing stunning views across Endeavour Inlet. You won’t go hungry here! There’s a bar and café at the jetty and a hilltop fine dining restaurant.

Portage Resort

The Portage is a waterfront hotel set within a landscape of native bush, with an abundance of unique wildlife and the Queen Charlotte Track right on our doorstep. The restaurant serves excellent food with a selection of local wines to match.


The small settlement of Anakiwa is a residential village that sits at the head of Queen Charlotte Sound and from where your water transport will collect you to travel back to Picton.


The city of Nelson is known for local arts and crafts stores, and art galleries. It’s a popular base for nearby caving sites, vineyards and the Abel Tasman National Park.


Kaiteriteri is a beautiful little beach town and gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park. From here, you’ll enjoy a relaxing cruise along the length of the Abel Tasman Coast to Totaruanui. Sit back on the deck and watch the beaches, coves and islands of this spectacular stretch of coastline pass you by.


Awaroa beach is tucked away in the northern reaches of the Abel Tasman National Pak. Part of the beach’s charm lies in its isolation – you have to make an effort to enjoy the splendour.

Onetahuti Bay

Crescent-shaped Onetahuti Bay is of the longest expanses of beach in the Abel Tasman. Picture a pristine beach separating crystal clear, brilliant blue waters from dense green mountainous forest backdrop – simply stunning!

Torrent Bay

The sleepy summer holiday village of Torrent Bay has the largest concentration of privately owned beach houses (baches) in the Abel Tasman National Park.


Mārahau is a sleepy little beach village which has a long history of settlement by Māori. Its huge expanse of beach offers many activities. Fuel up by one of the excellent food options – from a world famous burger to fresh seafood waterfront dining.


What's Included?

  • 6 nights boutique lodge accommodation with private ensuite
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Nelson
  • Briefing with experienced local guide
  • Walking app for navigation and track notes
  • 8 breakfasts (full cooked and continental)
  • 7 excellent picnic lunches (local produce) while on trek
  • 5 dinners
    • 2 x 3-course lodge dinners sourced from environmentally responsible providers on the Abel Tasman
    • 3 x wholesome, high-quality food, and a glass of wine with your evening meal on the Queen Charlotte 
  • Hot drinks and fruit juice at your trek lodge accommodation (Abel Tasman)
  • Snacks and fresh fruit on trek (Abel Tasman)
  • Lodge luggage bag (yours to keep) – 40 litre, sports-bag style with waterproof liner (for Abel Tasman section only)
  • Luggage transfers and luggage storage
  • Boat backup along the trail
  • Water transport to and from Picton and the QC track
  • Queen Charlotte Track Land Co-op Pass
  • Transport between Nelson to Kaiteriteri / Marahau to Nelson / Nelson to Picton / Picton to Ship Cove / Anakiwa to Picton
  • 15% NZ GST
  • Carbon offset for your trip & for every walk, we plant an Indigenous tree on your behalf
Not Included
  • Single supplement (add $1500 per person)
  • Flights to/from destination
  • Blenheim Airport arrival transfer (options available please contact us)
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals not stated in the itinerary
  • Alcoholic drinks and carbonated soft drinks at the lodges
  • Expenses and items of a personal nature


New Zealand

Exclusive guide


Hiking really is the best way to see the beautiful landscapes and explore the vast wilderness of New Zealand’s South Island. With exceptionally well-maintained trails, easy access, and the absence of dangerous wildlife it is a hikers’ paradise. Add world-class seafood, top-notch wines and boutique lodges, and it really is the perfect destination. Find out everything you need to know in this comprehensive destination guide.

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Great walk through a unique landscape. Loved walking with friends enjoying spectacular scenery.

Suzanne Lee, Walcha (NSW) - April 2024

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We had a fabulous time. Loved the views, lodges, food and wine. Truly amazing!

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The trip was fabulous, and the weather and scenery could not have been better!

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We had a wonderful trip. Everything went very smoothly and the weather was perfect. We would definitely go with RAW Travel again for our next adventure.

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You did a great job. We were really impressed. Good accommodations, good food, great hikes!

Tom Brownlow, Illinois (USA) – January 2024

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Wonderful walks, well managed, good accommodation and meals. Really enjoyed it. We were very lucky with the weather. The scenery was glorious and it wasn’t too busy. The local operators were really good.

Catherine & Matthew Gibney, Lake Wendouree (VIC) – October 2023

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New Zealand is a stunning destination. Every turn on the track was another amazing sight and we met lovely people along the way.

Gabrielle Herbert, Dromana (VIC) - May 2023

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It was a truly awesome experience. A wonderful location.

Tania Frazer, Tyabb (VIC) - May 2023

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Fantastic experience. Chosen accommodation was above expectations. Loved the scenery and food.

Leanne Rickers, Manly (NSW) - April 2023

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Everything was perfect for our hikes (despite a couple of unexpected changes). Thank you so much for everything you did for us and the constant emails and requests we asked of you. We are currently sitting in Picton Library waiting for the train to Christchurch and already online looking for our next RAW Travel experience!

Rick & Tina (NSW) – December 2022


Positive impacts

Social and environmental

All our adventures are fully carbon offset so that you know your travel has minimal impacts. Hiking itself is a low impact activity but we offset the cost of all our office operations and food production as well, so you can be satisfied that you have chosen a form of travel that is both good for you and good for the planet. Each year we also plant trees on behalf of every customer who has travelled with us, aiming to build towards a carbon positive effect with our operations.




Abel Tasman & Queen Charlotte Tracks

What's the terrain like on the Abel Tasman and Queen Charlotte Tracks?

The terrain on the Queen Charlotte is varied and the itinerary mixes easily manageable sections with more challenging days. While more of a long track rather than a steep one, a moderate level of fitness is recommended to make the most of this exhilarating experience. The track’s terrain is undulating and mostly on wide clay soil paths. This means in the dry sections it is quite firm underfoot however in wet conditions may prove to be quite slippery. All major streams have been bridged so there are no water crossings on this itinerary. 

The Abel Tasman coastal track is an intermediate trail which is mostly well formed, meandering through dense native forest, along lush gullies and beside streams. At regular intervals the trail leads you to some idyllic secluded beaches, coves and inlets which will involve a bit of beach walking. Some sections may be muddy or rough, and while there are some boardwalks and suspension bridge crossings over most major waterways, there are some sections that require knowledge of the tides to complete the section. The trail is steep in areas with some climbs, however they don’t feel too steep or long.

How fit do I need to be to walk these trails?

We have graded the Queen Charlotte Track and the Abel Tasman Coastal Track as a moderate walk and so a good level of fitness is ideal, preferably with some multi-day trekking experience. There are some ascents and descents over uneven terrain, along with some clay soil paths  which can be slippery underfoot after any rain. There are also some sand walking and tide crossings. Training and preparing on hills with your equipment (particularly with the footwear you’ll use on the hike!), and walking several hours over varied terrain (4 to 7 hours a day), will help prepare you. The better prepared you are, the more you will enjoy this beautiful walk.

What is the food like on the Abel Tasman and Queen Charlotte Tracks?

This region of New Zealand is renowned for its quality food and drink – the consistently sunny region combined with fertile land, produces delicious goods from cheese, conserves/honey, berries and olive oils through to alcoholic beverages (wine, beer and the world class cider). On this trip you will get to experience some gastronomical delights as you walk.

Breakfast is included daily (cooked or continental) and you will get a packed lunch to take with you on each day’s walk, which includes food such as Ploughman’s sandwich (roll, croissant or wrap), fresh fruit, quiche, muffin/banana bread, salad, cheese and crackers, trail mix, energy bars, free range hard boiled eggs and so on. On days where you have a free day at the lodge, you may be treated to a classic Kiwi barbecue prepared by the chef.

Your lodge dinners on the Abel Tasman are three-course meals sourced from environmentally responsible local providers and on the Queen Charlotte you will experience more high-quality food accompanied by a glass of Marlborough wine.

At the lodges you also have the following available to help yourself: fresh fruit, homemade biscuits, fruit juice, hot drinks including Nelson organic loose-leaf teas and fair trade coffee and hot chocolate.Dining on the Queen Charlotte track is a similar experience. The lodge accommodation has a reputation for serving fresh, local and seasonal cuisine.

Most dietary requirements can be catered for. Please ensure you discuss your needs with your consultant at the time of booking.

What is the best time of year to walk the Abel Tasman and Queen Charlotte Tracks?

The Tasman region of New Zealand is fortunate to be one of the country’s sunniest areas making it a perfect year round destination. Even in winter, though cooler in temperatures, you will often find you are walking under blue skies and sunshine.

If you are particularly keen to do some swimming while walking the Abel Tasman and Queen Charlotte Tracks, the warmer months are best – though trying to avoid the summer school holidays will be more enjoyable along the trail.

It can be quite windy on the coast but rainfall is quite evenly distributed throughout the year and so repeated days of rain are pretty rare. Although summer time is the most popular season to visit the national park, the locals firmly believe that the shoulder months of spring and autumn are the optimum periods in which to visit. During these months the crisp, cool mornings along with calm ocean waters and quiet beaches will equate to a wonderfully peaceful and serene experience.

How does this trip work for solo travellers?

RAW Travel supports and welcomes solo travellers. We understand travelling alone can sometimes be a daunting prospect however New Zealand is regarded as a very safe destination and the trails are well signed, though it is good to keep in mind that at certain times of year there will be few people on the trail and there may be little or no mobile coverage. Our self-guided walking holidays are for experienced walkers who prefer to be independent. You can use our exclusive RAW app to easily navigate along the trail. You will be fully briefed by our local guide on arrival and the staff at the accommodation along the way are extremely helpful and friendly also. Prices are based on 2 people sharing twin share, so a solo price is available on request. Please enquire with your consultant at the time of booking for further details.

TRIP date selection

when would you like to travel?

Please select your preferred dates for on-demand trips or select a scheduled date for group departures. If you have booked a self-guided trip please understand that because your trip date is on demand and we must check availability of all properties on your chosen dates before it can be fully confirmed


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