Your Experience is Assured
We appreciate traveling to New Zealand is a big decision. For starters, it's a bit of a hike. To travel across oceans, you want things right at the other end, you deserve it after all. That’s why, the first two questions you are asking yourself before embarking on an extraordinary journey such as this, are:
1) Who should I trust with our New Zealand Experience?
2) Why Stravon?
Stravon has not only set the bar but is continuing to raise the standard of guided hunting and fishing in New Zealand. We are the first guided hunting provider to have been accredited and endorsed by the New Zealand Government. This honour was achieved by earning Qualmark’s prestigious Enviro Gold and Endorsed Visitor Activity awards. Qualmark helps deliver on the promise of 100% Pure New Zealand experiences as the world's first accreditation system to include both quality and environmental assurance. Qualmark is Tourism New Zealand’s official mark of quality.
Stravon Estate is a pristine wilderness estate in the famed Hunters Hills.
The landscape here almost seems tailor made, not only for the visitor but the wildlife that live here.
This extraordinary ‘scene’ is a big reason why The Hunters Hills are so celebrated.
Coupled with our lodgings, Stravon captures the quintessential New Zealand outdoor experience superbly.
We produce all standards of cuisine and functions depending on our clients taste and preference.
Stravon offers hunting and travel expertise in the following areas:
Professionally guided hunting & fishing
Corporate Team Building
Film / Media Productions
YOU'RE IN SAFE HANDS
In collaboration with our Enviro Gold & OutdoorsMark Awards and with your safety in the forefront of our minds we have created the Wilderness Area Response Plan or W.A.R.P.
The W.A.R.P is exactly that, a response plan or blueprint for your hunt. Covering everything from a bee sting to your worse case scenario whilst out in the field and under our guidance.
“Fabulous hunting area - Stags, Chamois, Wallaby and challenging mountains.
Absolutely the finest Stag hunting area in the world. Cabin out of this world!
World class hunting at it's finest and the guides are the same.”
“... I left New Zealand with some great trophies and great memories.
But more importantly were the great people that I met and the friendships that were made. I know someday I will return to chase the stags of Stravon.”
Mike E. Nielson
“Heaven on Earth, best hunt ever.
Stravon only takes one group at a time so it was only my wife, myself and our guide. I never expected that!
The hut was so nice, set in the clouds. And the hunting was out of this world.
Every detail was carefully thought out. I would recommend this trip to everyone”
Michael & Laura Taylor
“God did not get it wrong when he invented Red Deer”
"But arriving at the destination made the jeopardous journey worthwhile.
It was out of this world. I felt like I'd died and gone to heaven.
I was probably halfway there at least! The fog had added to the magic.
The Stravon hunting lodge was quite spellbinding.
As the last rays of light filtered through the evening mist, we saw a waterfall carving its way down a valley between dense bush.
The scenery was exactly as it had been for thousands of years."
“Had a great time - stags are awesome in the Roar.
Love the Hunters Hills, can't wait to get back.”
“Awesome time, awesome place, awesome people - 11/10”
“...You have helped make my New Zealand hunting dreams come true
and I thank you." Shoot straight and God bless!”
Our Environmental Statement+
We take New Zealand’s unique flora and fauna very seriously and have our own Bio-Security requirements as you arrive in New Zealand. This is to ensure that no foreign organisms or threats enter our pristine waterways. Our protection measures include cleaning and freezing your equipment overnight to ensure all threats are benign.
Guides work exclusively for STRAVON and are expected to have an advanced knowledge of all forms of fly casting, equipment, safety, decorum/etiquette, conservation, entomology, wildlife, habitat and holistic biodiversity in order to better inform our guests of the environment and wilderness areas they are traveling to.