For a day of slow, sensual sightseeing take a trip to Stewart Island. Where the birdwatching beats almost everywhere else in the Southern Hemisphere.
Gain privately guided access to bird species of all shapes and sizes, from those that soar high in the sky to others that stroll along the ground. This tour leads the way with trekking and tracking rare species. Hundreds of species, too many to name, traverse the skies. They land in the treetops and cliff faces as you walk and watch with wide eyes.
Your guide will keep a keen lookout for the kiwi, the curious creature that gives New Zealand its nickname.