Between 1400s and 1500s, many people of the Inca Empire trod to the Andes for religious reasons.” – Wikipedia. In other countries, hiking is common with other names, for instance: hillwalking, fell walking, bushwalking (Australia), rambling and so on but in New Zealand they call it tramping. And as you know, New Zealand is one of the most stunning cities in the world, there are a lot of groups, organizations, societies which help you with your hiking activities plans. New Zealand is well-known as God land with natural breath-taking landscape . There are two islands North island and South island, containing a wodge of hiking tracks.Although New Zealand is considered as the furthest destination for people who want to travel to, there is an increasing number of tourists every year. According to the statistics provided by “Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employments International Visitor Survey” in 2017 showed that “Hiking is a popular activity for many tourists with a range of options from easy short walks to multi-day great walks: short walks are with hikes of just 30 minutes up to 3 or 4 hours (special track), so almost selection of short walks are costal trails, covering everything from casual beach stroll to a slightly more challenging mountain climb, recommended experiences are Kura Tawhiti Access Track (Christchurch), Wainui Falls Track (Nelson) and multi-day walks are with 3 to 5 days up to 7 days (special track), there is a huge range of it located throughout New Zealand, discovering circumnavigate active volcanoes or wind your way through raw rainforest or stunning coastal scenery in national parks, best recommended experiences are Abel Tasman Coast Track (Nelson), Tongariro Alpine Crossing (Ruapehu). And as in the same research provided information that almost tourists travelling to New Zealand for hiking is staying longer and spending more than the average visitor, even though they may have hiked many of the world’s great trails already or hiking may not be their main hobby but they are open to the idea of hiking eventually and most of them are seasoned travelers with time to enjoy themselves or with relatives.
On the other hand, with local education they try to combine hiking into school activities, for each break term they are designed to support both youth and adults skillful a range of experiences such as interaction, leadership, team work, survive skills, outdoor methods as well as providing relaxing environment after school time.