New Zealand Red Stags! By: Mr.Whitetail

Four Seasons Safaris New Zealand Red Stags! By: Larry Weishuhn In the far distance, sliding down through the bush lined canyon could faintly be heard a roar or was it a bellow?  The wind was blowing so hard I wasn’t sure if I really heard the sound of a roaring red...

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Red Stag Roar

This time of the year in New Zealand is the beginning of fall, and the stags that roam the hills are coming into the most exciting time of the year, the “rut.” The “rut”, or otherwise known as the “roar” for the red deer starts in the month of March and goes through April in New Zealand. Read More
Red Stag Roar

Bull Tahr of New Zealand

The big black grizzly bears of the Southern Alps as we call them. The Bull Tahr are undoubtingly the undisputed champions of the mountains here in New Zealand.   These sure footed alpine animals live in the most rugged and steep terrain New Zealand has to...

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Chamois Rut

Chamois Rut

In May to June in New Zealand the Himalayan Tahr aren’t the only animals in the steep alpine peaks getting frisky with the opposite sex. The Chamois rut is in full swing as well. The male Chamois move from their solitary locations to find females coming into heat....

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Flying to New Zealand

Flying to New Zealand

A long flight and costly air fares don’t need to keep you from booking your dream vacation. When people think of traveling to New Zealand the thoughts that typically come to mind are the air fares and long flight. Both of these subjects need to be revisited to give...

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Fallow Deer Rut

Fallow Deer Rut

In New Zealand we have the pleasure of hunting many species of animals, and many species means the pleasure of hunting multiple ruts. The Red deer rut kicks New Zealand off as the first rutting season starting in March. Following the Red Deer rut is the Fallow deer...

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Hunting New Zealand
Take your Kids Outdoors

Take your Kids Outdoors

Mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunties, uncles, we all have children around us, lets gets them outside and into the great outdoors. Here in New Zealand we are going into winter and we are in the middle of our hunting season.
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Hunting New Zealand
Hunting Regions

Hunting Regions

Do you enjoy the thrill of the chase - the excitement of stalking big game animals? New Zealand is renowned as a hunter’s paradise where some of the best prize trophies in the world can be taken.
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New Zealand Food Cuisine
Food & Cuisine

Food & Cuisine

The country’s Pacific Rim cuisine is based on its abundance of wonderful fresh produce. Tender lamb, beef, pork, venison, succulent green-lipped mussels, Bluff oysters, crayfish (lobster), paua (abalone), whitebait, scallops, salmon, deep-sea fish and, of course, kiwifruit.
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North Island New Zealand
North Island

North Island

New Zealand’s North Island is blessed with a mild maritime climate ranging from subtropical in the Far North to temperate in the rest of the island. The land was moulded aeons ago by the fierce fires of countless volcanoes - the last eruption was as recent as 1996, when giant Mt Ruapehu blew its top.
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Fishing New Zealand
Southland

Southland

Notable Waters: Mataura and Oreti Rivers - This region encompassing Fiordland and Southland has a deserved worldwide reputation as one of New Zealand’s premier brown trout fisheries.
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Fishing New Zealand
Otago

Otago

Notable Waters: Clutha and Hunter Rivers - This region extends from the Shag River down to The Catlins and inland to the Mt Aspiring National Park. It offers some of the best trout and salmon angling experiences to be found in New Zealand.
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Fishing New Zealand
Central South Island

Central South Island

Notable Waters: Rangitata and Opihi Rivers - The Central region extends from the Rakaia River down to Moeraki and contains renowned chinook salmon, brown and rainbow trout fisheries.
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Fishing New Zealand
West Coast

West Coast

Notable Waters: Karamea and Hokitika Rivers - This region extends some 800 kms from Karamea to Haast covering 2 million hectares of pristine wilderness.
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Fishing New Zealand
North Canterbury

North Canterbury

Notable Waters: Rakaia and Waimakariri Rivers - This outstanding sports fishing region extends from the Waiau River in the north to the Rakaia River south of Christchurch.
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Fishing New Zealand
Taupo

Taupo

Notable Waters: Tongariro and Waitahanui Rivers - This expansive crater lake, together with its inflowing streams is one of the world’s most outstanding trout fisheries.
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Fishing New Zealand
Wellington

Wellington

Notable Waters: Hutt and Rangitikei Rivers - Our capital city is built on a magnificent harbour surrounded by the rugged Rimutaka and Tararua mountain ranges. These ranges spawn gushing river torrents that spill out onto the plains as very productive freshwater fisheries.
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Hunting New Zealand
Fiordland

Fiordland

Special Feature: Trophy wapiti in a World Heritage Area - To hunt the high tops, hanging valleys and big basins of Fiordland National Park is a rare privilege.
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Hunting New Zealand
King Country

King Country

Special Feature: The home of wild pig hunting in New Zealand - Lying to the west of Tongariro National Park and centred on Te Kuiti, is a vast region of endless razorback ridges and deep isolated valleys.
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