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Steve Jermanok’s Active Travels

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For thirty years, Active New Zealand has offered their signature Rimu trip. They’ve obviously doing something right because National Geographic Adventure
called it one of the top 10 trips in the world. The location certainly
doesn’t hurt. The two-week jaunt goes around the South Island of New

Start with a snorkel with the local seal colony at the seaside
town of Kaikoura, then choose between three multi-day offerings:
backpacking in Nelson Lakes National Park, sea kayaking in the
Marlborough Sounds, or a mountain biking journey on the Queen Charlotte
Track. The group reunites for a stroll in the Punakaiki Rainforest,
before hiking at Franz Josef Glacier, and sea kayaking amidst the
fjords of Milford Sound. I’ve been to the last three sites and even
though it was close to 20 years ago, I still remember it vividly as
some of the most stunning scenery I’ve seen on my travels. There are
three upcoming trips in April, early fall in the Southern Hemisphere,
so it’s a great time of year to go. Cost is $3,399 US per person
including guides, all lodging, and food. Click here for more Active Travels.


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