Rudyard Kipling (the writer) described the Milford Sounds in Fiordland as the Eighth Wonder of the World. In 1986, Fiordland was recognised by the United Nations as a World Heritage Area.
Fiordland was carved by glaciers over 100,000 years. Waterfalls cascade into deep black fiords, ancient rainforest untouched by man clings to mountains, and shimmering lakes and granite peaks look as they did a thousand years ago. It's an understatement to say that your clients will come away with some unforgettable photos and experiences.
The Best of Fiordland
Milford and Doubtful Sounds – Take in the waterfalls and forests of either sounds by helicopter, coach and cruise, or overnight cruise. Milford Sounds can also be reached by fly and cruise.
Glow worm caves – Clients can take a guided tour through the caves in Te Anau, which also includes a scenic cruise of the lake.
Diving – Fiordland has marine reserves where clients can see rare species, such as red and black corals.
Walking tracks – With guided walks available, clients can explore the Fiordland National Park on foot through extensive walking tracks.
Videos on the Region and other New Zealand Regions
Fiordland Regional Tourism Organisation (Destination Fiordland)
Find an i-SITES Visitor Information Centre
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