Come flying into our back country, walking, hunting, fishing or camping with us in the great New Zealand wilderness! Wildside Walks is owned by Stuart Orme. There are two guides: Stuart Orme and Matt Wyeth. Their two main aims are to get you in and out of the park safely with a memory (and photos) you’ll cherish and never forget. They will ensure that they work with you to provide an adventure that meets your expectations and comfort levels and adapt along the way to match your changing aspirations. Pre and post adventure accommodation is available nearby or with one of their guides to allow more time to better plan your trip to take advantage of the weather, river levels and ‘other options’ if the previous two mean that back country fishing is not safe at the time.
Address: Masterton, New Zealand | Phone: +64 6 370 2068 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TORA COASTAL WALK
Situated in the Southern Wairarapa, a short drive from Martinborough Wine Village, is The Tora Coastal Walk – an exhilarating three-day walk that’s second to none. The walk encompasses a variety of stunning and diverse landscapes: expansive farmland, native bush, river valleys and the rugged Tora coastline. Family owned and operated, you’ll experience spectacular scenery, gourmet food, and warm rural hospitality. It’s one of the longest standing private walks in New Zealand, and widely regarded as the best. The Tora Coastal Walk takes in a variety of stunning and diverse landscapes over the three days. Click here to see a detailed map that encompasses the full three days, and here for an oblique map, which gives a different perspective of the trail. Open 1st October to 30th April.
Address: 298 Tora Road, Tora 5782, NZ | Phone: +64 6 307 8115 | Email: email@example.com
WHAREAMA COASTAL WALK
The Whareama Coastal Walk is a fantastic 2 or 3 night, fully catered walking adventure over private farmland and isolated Wairarapa coastline. Starting at Whareama, situated near the stunning East Coast beach resorts of Castlepoint and Riversdale, come and join like-minded people on this challenging, truly rural and coastal experience! It doesn't matter if you are a couple, small or large group, you can join our walk!. We walk every day during the season with a minimum of 2 walkers and a maximum of 16. You complete a loop over the two days, so no bumping into other walkers. Following well marked farm tracks, lane-ways or fencelines, walking at your own comfortable pace with a map and written directions (there's also a marker every 200m.... so you won't get lost!).
Address: 268 Ica Rd 5872, Whareama, Masterton 5872 | firstname.lastname@example.org
ORUI COASTAL WALK
Orui Coastal Walk is a catered walk for 4 or more people on the breathtaking Wairarapa coast on the North Island of New Zealand. We offer a fully catered New Zealand walking adventure over private farmland and Wairarapa coastline with options of one day, two nights/two days, or three nights/two and a half days. The coast walk begins and ends at historic Orui Station located at Riversdale Beach, an easy 40 minute drive east of Masterton. This is approximately two hours drive from Wellington or Palmerston North and three and a half hours from Hawke's Bay. Get a group of up to 14 together (minimum 4) and enjoy wonderful land, sand and sea scapes, rustic accommodation and delicious meals – prepared from the best of local and homegrown ingredients by your gourmet trained host. We carry your bags to each night’s destination leaving you free to enjoy the scenery and the good company of your group.
Address: Orui Station, RD12, Riversdale Beach 5872, NZ | Phone: +64 6 372 3445 | email@example.com
KAWAKAWA STATION WALK
Kawakawa Station Walk is one of Wairarapa’s oldest sheep stations, and the North Island’s southernmost farm. It was first leased by the Russell family in 1847, and included an estate of approximately 10,000 acres. With his crown grants and leasehold land, John Russel began farming his 2 acres with just 3 men, 3 horses, and 1,000 sheep, for the rental sum of 24 pounds. Captain Bob Russell’s schooner (a type of sailing vessel) was then used to transport the collected wool to Wellington.Whether you’re a tourist, backpacker, or photographer, Kawakawa Station is the place for you!
Come revel in the breathtaking coastal views across the Cook Strait all the way to the snow-capped Kaikouras. Stray off the beaten path and traipse through the beautiful native bush whilst surrounded by spectacular river valleys, and the abundant wildlife.
Address: 2631 Cape Palliser Road, Featherston 5772, NZ | Phone: +64 6 307 8989 | firstname.lastname@example.org