We are a full service, outdoors driven, tourism operation based out of Stravon Station, a pristine wilderness estate nestled in The Hunters Hills.
We help our guests achieve their dreams by giving them an experience that captures the very essence of outdoor life in New Zealand's South Island.
We do this through Conservation. Passion. And the sheer natural beauty of New Zealand.
Station+Established: 1864Game: Red Stag / Wapiti / Whitetail / Chamois / Fallow / Turkey / Wallaby / Pheasant / Alpine Goat / Arapawa RamNatives: Native & endemic birdsSeason: All YearStay: Headquarters & Kokatahi Bivouac
Inclusive: Stravon Guide
Sustainability & conservation are at the core of what we do at Stravon, something that will become evident to all guests upon arrival. Beautiful forests of native bush, full of bird song await in an environment teeming with wildlife.
Stravon is big country. Our landscape is vast & challenging. The Hunters Hills date back to the Paleozoic Age and although it took thousands of years for Stravon to make an impression here... we think it'll take far less to leave one on you.
Stravon has some of New Zealand’s greatest natural wonders quite literally at her doorstep. So, whether it's through crosshairs or the taking of a fly, you'll discover there's something for everyone yet providing plenty of distractions along the way.
Stravon Safaris offers hunting, fly fishing & travel expertise in the following areas:
Professionally guided hunting & fishing
Corporate Team Building
Film / Media Productions
*Stravon Safaris holds concessions to land on National Park & conservation lands throughout the South Island.
Weather & Environment+We take New Zealand’s unique flora & 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.With New Zealand being an island nation we experience weather from all of the seasons in a 24 hour period, none more so than the areas you’ll find yourself in with us and this is why we pack accordingly. What we say to our guests is that they need to layer their clothes so that if the day starts out nice and then in the afternoon turns for the worst they are prepared for both situations.STRAVON and our other sporting destinations are found in areas where the weather & climate can turn for the good or bad within a few short hours. Fortunately, today’s technology with weather updates etc allows us to be updated with Mother Nature’s plans BUT the correct attire when on a Stravon Safari is absolutely crucial.Click here to see our weather forecast...
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.