The Hollyford Track is a 56-kilometre long walking trail that follows the course of the Hollyford River in Fiordland National Park. It weaves through lush rainforest, past tumbling waterfalls and alongside the impressive river before reaching the coast at Martin’s Bay. This guided walk is a fantastic way to experience the best parts of the track, whilst avoiding the tricky sections that only experienced trampers should tackle. You will walk a total of around 43 kilometres over three days, along with a jet boat ride along the Hollyford River in the middle section. You will stay in comfortable huts where delicious, freshly-cooked meals are served and a glass of wine can be enjoyed with your fellow walkers. The guides have exceptional knowledge of the fascinating cultural and natural history of the area and if you are lucky you will see some iconic New Zealand wildlife, such as dolphins, seals and penguins, as you explore the coast at the end of the trip. The highlight is the return to Milford Sound by helicopter, with breath-taking views over the national park and Tasman Sea. This is a superb way to end your Hollyford experience. Departure is from either Queenstown or Te Anau.