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The luxury accommodation, eco and wildlife experience is all set to launch on a vast high country property near Wanaka, in New Zealand’s Southern Lakes region.
Mahu Whenua Ridgeline Homestead & Eco Sanctuary would be set on over 550 sq km of South Island high country, which extends across four working sheep stations owned by British record producer Robert ‘Mutt’ Lange.
Guests at Mahu Whenua would be able to enjoy an exclusive-use hosted a stay for a party of up to 12 in rustic accommodation and a range of private guided experiences.The property, sitting in the hills between the year-round alpine resorts of Wanaka and Queenstown, combines some of New Zealand’s best alpine landscapes – mountain ranges, glacial valleys, alpine lakes, and rivers, with a rich heritage and the story of four working sheep stations, Motatapu, Mt Soho, Glencoe and Coronet Peak.
MajorDomo, an award-winning company providing luxury holiday accommodation and concierge experiences around New Zealand, would launch Mahu Whenua to high-end visitors from around the globe.
“While presently small areas of the land are open to walkers, runners or bikers on high ridge trails, there are tens of thousands of hectares that would only be open to guests, making it a truly exclusive and unique experience,” stated Lisa Hayden, who is the co-owner of MajorDomo.
Guided onsite experiences would include horse trekking, overnight stays at shepherds’ cottages around the station, heli-skiing, mountain biking, 4WD adventures, farm tours, picnics alongside alpine rivers, backcountry touring and wellness experiences such as yoga.