A lot of people who go trekking often ask, “Where can I find the best trekking camps in New Zealand?” It’s very common to be asking this question especially when you have already made your trip and already spent a lot of money. The truth is, there is no one best trekking spot in New Zealand. New Zealand is a very big place and there are literally hundreds of different places to visit.
The best thing you could do is plan your own personal best trek. Whether you want to backpack and trek through the Alps or you want to kayak through the lakes, it is important that you know where you want to go. It is also best that you have enough information about the place that you will be heading to. The Internet is one great source to find information about all the best places to go trekking in New Zealand.
A good tip is to also make a checklist of the places that you would like to see and to consider the things that you need to bring with you before you leave. When making a list, it is also important that you put down all the details that you need. If you are unsure about anything, it is best to consult your guide or the other travelers so that you will not get lost and also get the best trekking experience that you possibly can. Once you arrived at your destination, you can take time to enjoy your journey and rest up.
New Zealand is known for its amazing hiking trails which are both exciting and inspiring. It would be best if you choose a trail that is within the boundaries of the National Park since this is where you can enjoy the most amazing scenery and best views. One of the best trekking spots that you can easily find is the Timaru region. There you can trek through volcanic landscapes and forests. You can also trek through waterfalls and see geothermal pools which are extremely hot and enjoyable.
Another great place to go when you want to find the best trekking spot is Christchurch. There you can also enjoy the underwater formations, underwater geysers and whale watching. In fact, there are times when you can actually swim with the whales! For more adventure, there are also mountains that you can trek through including the South Island’s summits such as Mount Cook and Kaikoura.