Rakiura National Park

Rakiura National Park is located on the Stewart Island and was established in 2002-making it the newest national park in the entire New Zealand. Encapsulating a large number of ancient coastal forests and sequestered beaches, it makes 85% of the South Island. Furthermore, the Stewart Island has a prolific birdlife, thus, you’re most likely to have encounters with some of the New Zealand’s rarest birds.

New Zealand is renowned worldwide for its walking tracks; the Rakiura Track, one of the country’s premier walks, is a part of Rakiura National Park. Furthermore, the park acts as a backdoor to beautiful unmodified landscapes, ecosystems, and habitats. That said, it offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience New Zealand’s native wildlife and primeval landscapes.

Key Highlights

  • In Maori, the name “Rakiura” means “the Land of Glowing Skies”.
  • Having an abundance of birdlife, you’ll experience melodious chorus now and then.
  • The coastal boundaries of the park are home to several seabirds such as penguins, fernbirds, weka etc.
  • Being such a massive protective area, it covers 85% of the south island.

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