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Sensible footwear. Closed-toe trail shoes or hiking boots (no sandals or jandals) warm or sun hat, sunscreen, insect repellant, waterproof / windproof / warm clothing for changeable weather, small daypack, remember to bring your camera and a smile!.
All transport to and from your Queenstown accommodation; Snacks (lunch and bottled water on full day hikes) - incl. tea/coffee, cookies; Friendly, knowledgeable and cheerful local guides; Interpretative commentary of flora, fauna, history and geology; Wooden poles, day packs jackets are available on loan.
All of our walks are designed for averagely fit people who do at least some walking. The oldest person to walk with us was 74 years old and the youngest was 6 years old.
Yes we do. We encourage people with children to take a PRIVATELY GUIDED walk rather than have the hassles of walking with others. This way you can walk at you own pace and your children's interests can be catered for. Child price is 6 - 14 years. Generally we don't charge for small children that are carried by parents.
There are only limited toilet facilities on our walks. There are 'bush' toilets provided by the Department of Conservation at most of the carparks and beside any huts we may pass. With planning and fore knowledge which we will make sure you are aware of, these normally suffice for all our trips.
On the very rare occasion should clients need to use the 'green room' our guides carry toilet paper, biodegradable containers and hand sanitiser.