Ulva Island is an idyllic, predator-free bird sanctuary for rare and endangered bird and plant species, a paradise for birds and bird lovers... only 266 hectares with great walking tracks, located in the southern-most island of New Zealand, Stewart Island. Ulva Goodwillie, your guide, who is named after the Island, is a direct descendant of the first Maori peoples of Stewart Island. She is passionate and very knowledgeable about this special place. Ulva offers a unique experience, learning about native flora and fauna from a Maori and local Stewart Island perspective.
Stewart Island is reached by a 1hr ferry ride from Bluff (southermost point of the South Island)
a 25 minute scenic flight from Invercargill.