Tramping Destinations

Stewart Island has so much to offer as a destination for trampers, with over 280km’s of walking tracks, it has something for the most adventurous to the most leisurely adventurer. Here Kiwi outnumber residents, the majority of the Island has been declared a National Park and much of it is only accessible by foot, or by water taxi, which is where we come in. With so much to choose from, and such a large area to explore, water taxi travel is the way to get to the start of your walking adventure.

Some of the most popular multi-day trips include; Rakiura Track / Great Walk, Coast to Coast, North West Circuit, and the Southern Circuit.
See below for more info on how we can get you there, and a map to give you the lay of the land.

Rakiura Track / Great Walk

Port William
This hut connects to North Arm Hut, & following North West Circuit huts
From $60 per person
North Arm Hut
Connect to Freshwater River Hut, & Port William Hut
From $60 per person

Coast to Coast

Freshwater River
Connects to Masons Bay Hut, North-Arm Hut, & Fred’s Camp Hut
From $65 per person
*Tide dependent

North West Circuit

Freshwater River
Connects to Masons Bay Hut, North-Arm Hut, & Fred’s Camp Hut.
$65per person

Port William

Connects to North Arm Hut, & following North West Circuit huts
$60 per person
Christmas Village
Connects to further North West Circuit huts
From $120 per person

Southern Circuit

Fred’s Camp
Connects to Rakeahua Hut, & Freshwater Hut
From $60 per person
Rakeahua Hut
Connects to Fred’s Camp, & Doughboy Hut
From $65 per person
*Tide dependent

Prices listed above include an allowance for one piece of baggage, i.e., one pack per tramper.