Make this site your one-stop shop for Queen Charlotte Track bookings, unguided and guided walking packages and information. Queen Charlotte Track NZ.Com are Queen Charlotte Track specialists – we have expert track knowledge (together we have walked this track hundreds of times) and can offer FREE advice as well as attractive track & hiking packages to take the hassle out of your walking holiday.
QueenCharlotteTrackNZ.Com is brought to you by Steve and Juliet Gibbons, the owners of Marlborough Sounds adventure tour specialists, Wilderness Guides. See www.wildernessguidesnz.com or phone to speak with them on 0064 3 5735432 or NZ Freephone 0800 266 266.
Steve and Juliet are experienced outdoor guides with a passion for the Marlborough Sounds environment and whose involvement with the Queen Charlotte Track spans 12 years - they know the track intimately and are happy to share that knowledge with you to ensure your visit is a memorable one.
Located in the Marlborough Sounds, at the top of the South Island of New Zealand, the Queen Charlotte Track is 70km long and normally walked over four or five days. The track is wide and benched in most sections and popular with all ages and abilities – from walkers wanting an adventure experience, to first time hikers.
The Queen Charlotte is New Zealand’s finest and most diverse coastal track. It combines bush clad shoreline walking with views from skyline ridges and each night you come to rest at quality accommodation from camping and backpacker to luxury boutique lodges and hotels. And, the best part is, you don’t have to carry a heavy pack as water taxis will transfer this for you as part of your track package with us.
This website provides a comprehensive outline of the walk itself, the history of the Queen Charlotte Track, where it is located and how to get there. To save you time, we have complete unguided and guided walking track packages available for you to book your entire Queen Charlotte Track experience with us today.
Visitors to the Queen Charlotte Track are asked to pay a small fee for crossing the private land sections of the track. This acknowledges the long-standing and ongoing commitment of these landowners. Private land access passes can be purchased from Wilderness Guides - see www.qctlc.com for more information.