Milford Sound. A definite on your New Zealand bucket list!

Beautiful, amazing, majestic, pristine and magical. These are just some of the words that you hear people mention when they talk about Milford Sound.

Beautiful, amazing, majestic, pristine and magical. These are just some of the words that you hear people mention when they talk about Milford Sound, New Zealand. And once you’ve been there you know why. Milford Sound is one of those places, like the Grand Canyon in the USA. You know it’s going to be awesome, you hear about how awesome but until you’ve been there yourself and have experienced it you just don’t know how AWESOME it really is!

Getting there

Getting to Milford Sound is half the adventure. Yes it’s a long trip, but in my opinion the drive there is just as beautiful and jaw dropping as the actual cruise itself. Weather you drive there in your own wheels or you jump on board one of the many tour buses operating from both Queenstown or Te Anau, you will enjoy amazing scenery on your way down and the photo opportunities are truly endless! Once you arrive into Milford and jump onto your boat of choice you will taken on a jaw-dropping trip around the fiord. Waterfalls, wildlife, sheer rock faces and more. I promise!

Things to remember

Some helpful points to remember when visiting Milford Sound 1. It’s a long drive, but it’s worth it. SO worth it! 2. Don’t forget your camera 3. Ask Questions. The people who work in Milford live in Milford and they are walking information centres who are passionate about the area – take advantage of it! 4. If you’re a Kiwi – be PROUD. This is our country and it’s awesome. 5. If you’re not a Kiwi, still be PROUD. It’s our world, and it’s beautiful. 6. Keep your eyes open for wildlife. Dolphins, seals and even whales are often spotted during the cruises. 7. Enjoy the experience. It’s one you will definitely remember!

In summary make sure that this amazing part of the country is on your bucket list while you’re in New Zealand. Love Lucy xx

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