We will be open at 10:30 am. Call 020 7590 0614
Trekking, Milford Sound, South Island, New Zealand

Milford Sound & Fiordland

Visiting Milford Sound & Fiordland


The Fiordland region is one of New Zealand's most iconic landscapes, yet remains largely undeveloped despite its fame.

Rocky peaks, waterfalls and fjords stretch for many miles and together they comprise one of the country's most pristine wilderness areas. Immersing yourself in these unforgettable surroundings - whether by foot on the celebrated Milford Track or on board an overnight or daytime cruise - is a defining Kiwi experience.

Top itineraries in Milford Sound & Fiordland

Best of the South Island

13-day tailor-made self-drive & rail journey from £3,185 pp incl. flights

Discover New Zealand's South Island, bringing all to life with an included glacier heli-hike, an overnight Doubtful Sound cruise and a journey on the iconic TranzAlpine train.

Australia and New Zealand Discoverer

21-day tailor-made journey from £4,380 pp incl. flights

This tailor-made holiday combines the best that Australia and New Zealand have to offer. You'll explore New Zealand's world-famous glaciers and remote fjords with a self-drive before discovering Australia's sacred Ayers Rock, stunning beaches and delightful waterside cities.

New Zealand by Motorhome

20-day motorhome self-drive from £3,515 pp incl. flights

From the subtropical beaches of the Bay of Islands, the geothermal pools of Rotorua and wine lands of Hawke's Bay to the majestic glaciers of Fox and Franz Josef and the towering peaks of the Southern Alps, New Zealand is home to some of the world's most spectacular driving routes.

Wilderness Highlights of New Zealand

23-day tailor-made self-drive from £6,615 pp incl. flights

Discover the spectacular landscapes of New Zealand's north and south islands on this fly-drive holiday, which includes a journey across the Southern Alps aboard the iconic TranzAlpine Express.

See all itinerary ideas

Where to go in Milford Sound & Fiordland

Te Anau

The tiny settlement of Te Anau, home to just 3,500 people on the eastern shores of Lake Te Anau, is the gateway to the surrounding Fiordland National Park.


Fiordland National Park makes up more than 1.2 million hectares of the South Island's south-west corner and is part of the Te Wahipounamu UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Milford Sound

One of New Zealand's most famous and recognisable destinations, Milford Sound is also one of its most spectacular. It showcases natural New Zealand at its very best, come rain or shine, and Rudyard Kipling once famously referred to it as ‘the eighth wonder of the world'.

See all places

When to go to Milford Sound & Fiordland

Average temperature (℃)
Average rainfall (mm)
  • 30
  • 20
  • 10
  • 0
  • -10
  • 150
  • 100
  • 50
  • 0













Max temp Min temp Rainfall

Meet our Milford Sound & Fiordland experts

Speak to a tailor-made specialist on 020 7590 0614

Meet the team

Why book with Wexas Travel?

At Wexas, we specialise in bespoke travel experiences. Our itineraries are just samples of what we can arrange, and can be changed depending on your precise needs, finances and ideas by our experienced destination specialists.

Contact one of our consultants on 020 7590 0614 to discuss how we can tailor your holiday.

Learn why Wexas is the leader in creating luxury holidays. What is tailor-made travel?

Expert advice & support

Visit us in our London office

Let our travel specialists curate the perfect holiday:

  • Inspirational ideas based on experience
  • Established for over 45 years
  • Tailor a holiday to your precise requirements
  • Personalised quotes and documentation
  • In-depth Wexas travel guides

Every step of the way

Every step of the way

Our services are with you from start to finish:

  • Dedicated personal consultants
  • Wexas Travel App
  • Free airport lounges on qualifying bookings
  • Care and guidance pre, post and during holiday
  • Full financial security: ABTA & ATOL protected