Fiordland has been described as the Eighth Wonder of the World; take a scenic flight over it to see why.

Fiordland tours are some of the most picturesque in the world. The landscape here was carved by glaciers over the course of 100,000 years. Waterfalls drop hundreds of metres into deep black fiords, ancient rainforest shrouds mountains and pristine lakes and shimmering granite peaks look as they did a thousand years ago.

Home to the infamous Milford Sound, as well as Doubtful and Dusky, (you’d be forgiven for thinking they were a boy band) waterborne activities provide some of the most enticing adventures here. Some of the fiords can be explored by kayak but see the less accessible fiords can be visited by air, land or boat.

Fiordland National Park has three of New Zealand’s ‘great walks’, the Milford, Kepler and Routeburn Tracks. Milford Track is arguably New Zealand’s most famous walk. Starting in Te Anau, it takes you over 53 kilometres through the most breath-taking scenery: mountains, lakes and enormous valleys right up to the Sutherland Falls, the tallest waterfall in New Zealand.

Fiordland tours are some of the most adventurous in New Zealand.

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