Cruise your worries away in the beautiful Marlborough Sounds

It’s time to hit that pause button on the everyday grind and spend some time with the best that nature has to offer in the Marlborough Sounds.

Book your Marlborough Sounds cruise today departing from Picton. There is so much to do in the Marlborough Sounds area that one weekend is unlikely to be enough for you.

Here’s what your Marlborough Sounds cruise from Picton involves:

Marlborough Sounds Cruise

Top of the World Walk

Cruise from Picton through the astonishing river valleys of the Queen Charlotte Sound. Pass through idyllic bays where jetties jut into silken waters.

Wilderness Walk

During the cruise from Picton to Anakiwa make sure you stop and explore the wilderness walk. Here you will follow old paths through regenerating forest.

Wildly Free Walk

The views are spectacular as you follow the “Wildly Free Walk” along the main ridge between Queen Charlotte and Kenepuru Sounds. There are old bridle paths that meander through beautiful regenerating forest. Birdlife is prolific with Weka, Silver Eyes, Fantails and many more native species. There are many tracks within the Freedom Walk, and they wind through native tree ferns and beech trees. You’ll get to enjoy the song of tuis and bellbirds, and the exquisite blues and greens of the pristine sea there.
There are many other options available for you to enjoy a luxury escape on a cruise in the Marlborough Sounds. Can you see yourself here with your family or friends or that special someone? We’re waiting for you.

Book your NZ holiday accommodation at Tiger’s Den and start packing for an incredible holiday now!

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