Fiordland- Enjoy one of the world’s last great wildernesses and the essence of New Zealand’s untamed splendour. Imagine standing high in the mountains, looking over a vast landscape of soaring peaks, glistening fiords, and mighty rivers winding through native forest.
Renowned as the home of Mitre Peak and the awe-inspiring fiords of Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, Fiordland has achieved UNESCO World Heritage Status! Numerous short walks and multi-day hiking trails, including three of New Zealand’s Great Walks (the Milford, Routeburn, and Kepler Tracks), have earned Fiordland the reputation of one of the world’s finest walking destinations. Combine your walk with a scenic flight or a jet boat ride.
- Real Journeys Milford Sound Cruises – You can travel to Milford Sound in a custom- built glass roof coaches, or take a scenic flight from Queenstown. Once your there join a Scenic Cruise or more leisurely and informative Nature Cruise.Bookings Essential Enquire Now
- Real Journeys Doubtful sound Cruises –To experience the pristine beauty of Doubtful Sound you can do a Wilderness Day Cruise, or if you have more time spend an unforgettable night on the Fiord on the Fiordland Navigator Overnight Cruise. Bookings Essential Enquire Now
Te Anau is an attractive lakeside town, located on the shores of the South Island’s largest lake, it is the gateway to Fiordland and provides a perfect base to explore the area. Te Anau offers a range of accommodation, cafes, shopping and activities.
- Te Anau Glowworms Cave Experience – caves of rushing water where you will see hundreds of glittering glowworms deep underground. Bookings Essential Enquire Now
Fiordland is a ‘must see’ for anyone travelling to New Zealand.
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