Fiordland is one of the most isolated and naturally dramatic regions of New Zealand. Fiordland National Park is a World Heritage site, full of waterfalls, mountains, fiords, sounds and rainforest.
The Sounds make the region fairly inaccessible and while some areas can be explored by kayak, a scenic flight over them will really give you an appreciation of the incredible landscape. The best way to explore the region is on foot; Fiordland is home to some amazing hiking trails. The Milford Track rightly holds claim to being the most famous hike in New Zealand, but others such as the Kepler and Hollyford are pretty special too.
- Hike the Milford Track
- Sea kayak on Milford Sound
- Drive the Te Anau - Milford highway
- Take a tour to Doubtful Sound
- View Fiordland from the air