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Now that Life's An Adventure has walking destinations in every Australian state and territory, the walking tour company has set its sights on NZ.

There are four pack-free guided walks on offer. The first one, in Fiordland National Park at the bottom of the South Island, allows clients to experience some of the best bits of the Milford, Routeburn, Kepler and Hollyford track.

This region features magnificent snow-capped mountains, glacier-carved fiords, stunning lakes, and ancient rainforests.

On this five-day walk, accommodation for three nights is at the Distinction Hotel in Te Anau and one night is spent on Milford Sound onboard the Milford Mariner vessel with private cabins and en-suites.

The other walks are at the top of the South Island. The first is three days exploring the Queen Charlotte Sound with its ancient beech forests, fern-fringed coves and ridgelines revealing breath-taking views of Queen Charlotte Sound and Kenepuru Sound.

Clients are taken by private boat to the start of each day's walk and collected at the end of the day to their accommodation at the 5-star waterfront Bay of Many Coves Resort famous for its magnificent views, and excellent local cuisine and wine.

The next walk is four days exploring the Abel Tasman Coast Track on Able Tasman National Park. This area is know for its rich native forests, beautiful beaches and idyllic inlets. Clients are once again transported to and from the walk and to their accommodation via private boat. They stay at the secluded Awaroa Lodge where excellent meals and wine await.

The final walk is a combination of the Queen Charlotte and Able Tasman walks creating a six-day experience not to forget.

“New Zealand is the number one overseas destination for Australian's wanting a walking holiday,” says Life's An Adventure owner Mark Norek, “And it's a country perfect for our style of pack-free guided day walks featuring first-class accommodation and excellent wine and cuisine.”

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