Te Urewera Treks provide a range of unique eco-cultural wilderness treks bringing you a truly special guided walking experience. Venturing into the remote forests of the Whirinaki and Te Urewera you will discover some of New Zealand's most magnificent indigenous rainforest as well as the beautiful Lake Waikaremoana. You will also experience the region's rich native birdlife.
In Te Urewera today indigenous Maori culture and language is thriving. Tuhoe, children of the mist, are the local people of Te Urewera and are known for their warm hospitality. Our experienced local Tuhoe guides will bring the forest alive with their colourful stories of the region's histories and mysteries.
Whirinaki Loop Trek
Te Urewera Tree Planting Trek
This trek takes you into the Whirinaki Forest Park where you'll see some of the most magnificent indigenous podocarp forest found anywhere in the world. You will also hear about Hineruarangi, guardian of the Whirinaki Valley.
During the one-day Te Urewera Tree Planting Trek you will experience the magnificence of virgin native forest as well as help us to restore native indigenous trees to areas previously stripped by native logging.
Te Urewera Treks Bush Camp
Private Fully-Equipped Sites
This idyllic eco-bush camp is nestled amongst native trees with lovely views of the forest valley. With only six sites, each surrounded by trees to give you privacy, it is a very special and personal camping experience.
All sites are fully equipped with large tents, camp beds, mattresses, pillows, sleeping bags and liners. You donâ€™t even need to put up the tent!
Whether youâ€™re travelling alone, or with friends and family, it is an ideal place to chill out and relax in complete tranquility. It is also a great spot for small groups.
Ultimate Te Urewera
Lake Waikaremoana Great
On this trek you will experience it all - from the magnificent, world-renowned podocarp forest of the Whirinaki Forest Park to the beautiful Lake Waikaremoana along part of one of New Zealand's great walks.
This remote and mountainous region is home to the beautiful Lake Waikaremoana, surrounded by mountains clothed in dense, sub-tropical rainforest dating back to the Jurassic period.