Quad Biking in Te Anau, Fiordland, Southland New Zealand

2800 ac/11.33 km²
Te Anau is a small town, situated in Fiordland region, in the South Island of New Zealand.

It lies on the eastern side of Te Anau Lake (the second largest lake of New Zealand with more than 400 m/1312 ft depth) and is literally on the border of Fiordland National Park and Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area, offering a getaway to awe-inspiring landscapes and magnificent sites of wild nature. An attraction of the area is Te Anau Glowworm Caves. It is a system of caves not fully formed (only 12000 years old), home to thousands of glowworms.

Quad Biking lovers should grasp the opportunity to explore the surrounding area of Te Anau in an organized quad biking tour.

Operators offer guided trips twice a day to locations used for the filming of Lord of the Rings, next to Lake Te Anau and the Middle Fiord. Feel great amounts of adrenaline pumping inside your body while driving on demanding terrain (bush, lakes and creeks) and enjoy the breathtaking scenery at the same time. 2800 ac/11.33 km² will be yours to explore and conquer.

Note: Closed-toe shoes a prerequisite. Gloves and helmets provided by operator.