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Clare Holden


Ranking: 10/10

The ferry journey was interesting and entertaining with a good Albatross feeding event. The shady forest walk was well planned and informative. The guide was very knowledgeable.

Reviewed almost 2 years ago and experienced in March 2016

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Goran Strahle


Ranking: 10/10

Easy to make booking, good service, very helpful.

Reviewed about 4 years ago and experienced in December 2013

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Karin Strahle


Ranking: 10/10

Good service, very nice people in both the aeroplane and the hotel,also the Ulva Island tour was very good.

Reviewed about 4 years ago and experienced in December 2013

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Mr & Mrs Mackie

United Kingdom

Ranking: 9/10

Paths very easy to follow and the guide very informative. Rain forest experience in protected environment.

Reviewed about 6 years ago and experienced in February 2011

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United States

Ranking: 9/10

Ulva is not a well kept secret. We walked with Peter Taite, a virtual encyclopedia of flora and fauna knowledge and a true love for Stewart Island and its Ulva Island. Personally led by him, my wife and I saw early season ordchids, heard saddlebacks, played with Stewart Island robins (they like freshly disturbed soil), and were given lessons on Ulva's trees, ferns, and of course birds. We didn't see Kiwis, but saw evidence of tracks and holes dug by them going after food. Peter took time to explain Ulva's history, both from a geological as well as from a social-political point of view. We'll go back and hopefully see and learn more. We'll only ask Peter for a tour, given his long history on Stewart Island, his veracity, and kindness.

Reviewed over 6 years ago

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Andrea Fuchs


Ranking: 10/10

Precise, lots of information and fun.

Reviewed almost 7 years ago and experienced in March 2011