I was lucky enough to visit Stewart Island with CoPlantation to capture an Ulva's Guided Walk experience. Ulva sits under Takiwā Tourism, a cultural tourism collective based on manaakitanga, the duty of care of New Zealand’s’ indigenous people (Māori). Takiwā uses Māori operating principles to build destination development tool kits for community-based tourism. Takiwā's custodianship to land (kaitiaki) guides their philosophies and business decisions. It has been a privilege to work alongside Takiwā's gently revolutionary kaupapa. The following is a curated selection of the image library we collected.