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8 hour Safari - The Nevis Valley

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    8 hours

  • Avg Distance

    As arranged

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    September through to July, not in Winter. 10.00 am departure- 7.00 pm return Summer (28 Sept 2015- 4 April) 9.00 am departure- 6.00 pm return Winter (5 April 2015- 27 Sept 2015)

  • Starting Location

    Safari - The Nevis Valley

  • Price Includes

    Expert tuition by Mike Langford or Jackie Ranken. Lunch, Photography notes. 4WD access into otherwise inaccessible places.

  • Notes

    Bring:: Clothing for changeable weather, Hat, sunglasses, Walking boots, Insect repellent, Camera gear, Water,


  • Photographic experience
  • Adventure into Central Otago's gold mining past and into some of New Zealand's most interesting, raw and unspoiled tore strewn landscapes.
  • Untamed nature
  • Dramatic and scenic
  • You will find a cluster of old miners cribs that are still in use today


Trip Info

Come and enjoy this 8-hour photo adventure! The Nevis Valley is a very special place to Mike and Jackie because it is where they shot many of their award-winning landscape pictures. In this Safari tour, you will embark on an exciting adventure into Central Otago’s gold mining history and into some of New Zealand’s most intriguing, raw and pristine tore strewn landscapes. Mike is certain that you will be spellbound by its charming nature.

Your tour guide will also drive through some of the most dramatic and scenic landscapes of the Upper Nevis. This place is a truly amazing place to see and photograph in any given weather. On the way back, you will see several old miners cribs still in use today.

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