The Great Outdoors

New Zealand´s Great Outdoors - Nature`s Playground

New Zealand is world famous for its beautiful landscapes and our national parks contain some of our most treasured wilderness areas.


There are 13 National Parks in New Zealand:  

  1. Tongariro
  2. Whanganui
  3. Egmont
  4. Abel Tasman
  5. Kahurangi
  6. Nelson Lakes
  7. Paparoa
  8. Arthur's Pass
  9. Westland Tai Poutini
  10. Aoraki/Mount Cook
  11. Mount Aspiring
  12. Fiordland
  13. Rakiura

New Zealand´s Great Outdoors offer opportunities for everyone: walking and tramping trails, freedom camping, booking huts, hunting and fishing, sailing, diving, skiing...  the sky virtually is the limit and for good reason New Zealand is often called Nature´s playground.

It is important that you find out about laws, regulations and permits for walking and hunting on conservation land before you head out and it is most important to be equipped for rapid weather changes. For you own safety make sure that you observe the weather forecast and take warnings for severe weather very seriously.  

You find more Information and maps for parks and reserves, tracks, hunting, huts and campsites on the website of the Department of Conservation.


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