Geography

The lost tribe of Fiordland

Bare footprints, remote campfires, people who slip into the bush when approached: for more than a century, the wild terrain west of Te Anau has been home to an extraordinary rumour. Many locals are convinced that a “lost tribe” of Māori—perhaps stragglers from long-ago skirmishes—not only survived here, but thrived.

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