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
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.
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.
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.
Where to go in Milford Sound & Fiordland
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.
When to go to Milford Sound & Fiordland
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