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The Fiordland National Park. We traveled it both by boat, through the firodos, and by minibus and it seemed to us of an extraordinary beauty. The visit to this Park already deserved to go to the South Island of New Zealand. It is a beautiful...More
Milford Sound and the Fiordland National Park exceeded my expectations. I suggest taking a tour because the roads are very dangerous- an experienced driver means you’re safe to relax and enjoy the scenes and they know all the secret places to stop for the most...More
We a group of six friends happened to cross Te Wahipounamu ( Means The Place of Green Stones)which is southwest of New Zealands World Heritage Area. It is one of the greatest wilderness area of Southern Hemisphere with snow capped mountains, rivers, deep lakes and...More
We spent 3 days in and near Fiordland National Park in early May. We did a one day guided tour from Te Anau to Milford Sound together with a two hour cruise on Milford Sound. We only saw a small part of the National Park...More
We visited the Fiords on a Celebrity cruise. Luckily we had a nice sunny day, not too windy, so we could spend a lot of time outdoors. Simply breathtaking sailing through the cliffs with the glaciers and the snow on the mountaintops. If I ever...More
South Island is amazing and the incredible sights within the Park go on and on. Including within this our visits to Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Highly recommend staying in Te Anau to cut down on travel, instead of doing day trips from Queenstown.
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We found Te Anu a great place to stay, plenty of dinner options and cheaper accommodation. We travelled by car from Te Anu to Milford at 6.30am to miss all the coaches and there was plenty of parking still available when we... More
We found Te Anu a great place to stay, plenty of dinner options and cheaper accommodation. We travelled by car from Te Anu to Milford at 6.30am to miss all the coaches and there was plenty of parking still available when we got to the Sound at 8.30am. The glow worms caves at Te Anu area definite must see!
By road it is at least 4 1/2 hours from Queenstown. Getting there depends on where you are staying and if you want to stay in the area at all. Te Anau is on the border of Firdland National Park has lots of places to stay and... More
By road it is at least 4 1/2 hours from Queenstown. Getting there depends on where you are staying and if you want to stay in the area at all. Te Anau is on the border of Firdland National Park has lots of places to stay and many tours from there as well.There are many day tours from Queenstown to the Park which usually include a cruise of Milford Sound. It takes about 13 hours start to finish and is around $200.00. You get to enjoy the views on the drive. The options are endless once you get to New Zealand.