Our Commitment

Our Commitment

At Hokitika Scenic Tours, our commitment to providing exceptional experiences in rooted in our dedication to sustainability, community, and authentic encounters with the stunning landscapes of of New Zealand. Our tours are designed to offer personalised adventures led by knowledgeable local guides who are passionate about sharing the unique beauty of this region.

Mana Tangata

We pride ourselves in respecting each & every person we connect with.

Manaaki Manuhiri

Care and hospitality of our visitors is an integral part of our culture... they arrive as manuhiri (guests) and leave as whanau (family).


We aspire to lead by example based on our acquired and inherited knowledge.


To ensure that the guardianship of our land and environment is maintained and protected.


We value and nurture our relationships through shared experiences and by working together which provides people with a sense of belonging.

Treetop Walkway in Hokitika - a must do thing to do on the West Coast

Our Commitment & Values

At Hokitika Scenic Tours we have a commitment to minimize our environmental impact and promote eco friendly travel. As Tangata Whenua - a Maori term meaning ‘People of the Land’ we have a connection to the land. As Kaitiaki (Guardians) of our home we have an understanding of the impacts that activities have on it. Hokitika Scenic Tours adheres to sustainable tourism practices by offsetting carbon emissions. Supporting local conservation efforts and wildlife protection. Reducing single-use plastics and waste plus respecting local environments and culture. We are committed to sustainable tourism and would love you to join us in our efforts.

" What a joy! Callum picked us up from Greymouth Station and private toured and drove us to Franz Joseph Glacier. Not only was he knowledgeable of the whole entire area of the South Island, a true local born & bred in south NZ. Callum was friendly, a family man and down to earth fella. Highly recommend Hokitika Scenic Tours. Definitely will use their services again.