Tracking west into the heart of the Kahurangi, the first stop lands at a remote alpine location where you can enjoy the overwhelming surrounds of New Zealand’s second-largest National Park. From the mountains, descend further west to Westhaven Inlet and track the rugged and remotely beautiful wild North West coastline for a landing on the beach, where you can explore sand dunes and eroded rock formations. Here you will sit back, relax and enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch with stunning scenery.
After lunch, you will lift off to explore Farewell Spit and Golden Bay before the final landing at Awaroa Bay in the Abel Tasman National Park. A short bushwalk through the aged Manuka forest takes us up close to the pristine waters and golden sand beaches that make the Abel Tasman world famous.