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    Wilderness Guides

    Excursion / Last updated 6 months, 1 week ago

    Wilderness Guides are local experts for sea kayaking, hiking and mountain biking adventures in the Marlborough Sounds New Zealand. We can provide fantastic packages for educational groups wanting to experience some or all of the iconic activities of the Marlborough Sounds - hiking or biking the Queen Charlotte Track or sea kayaking.

    Wilderness Guides is an outdoor adventure company owned and operated for the past 16 years by Steve and Juliet Gibbons, New Zealanders and Marlborough people with a passion for the outdoors. Originally formed in 1982, the company has a proud tradition associated with the wilderness regions of the top of the South Island of New Zealand.

    Plenty of options are available for school groups for guided sea kayaking, mountain biking and Queen Charlotte Track walks in the beautiful Marlborough Sounds from just a few hours to many days. We are always happy to customise options to suit and love designing itineraries based on your timeframe and the ability of your group.

    With our background as outdoor guides and our close-knit and dedicated team, we can offer a truly personalized service for all guests. Our tours are quality and authentic New Zealand wilderness experiences with an emphasis on education, conservation, local history and culture as well as New Zealand native flora and fauna. We know it’s the little things that count and exceptional service is what we strive for.

    All guides are equipped with the appropriate skills, knowledge and safety/communications equipment on each trip. We have an outstanding safety record and are Adventure Audit approved by Outdoor's Mark as well as being Qualmark-rated.

    Contact us soon - this is where your adventure begins!

    Juliet and Steve Gibbons
    6435735432
    Picton Waterfront, Corner Wellington St & London Quay PO Box 610
    Picton
    2571
    New Zealand

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