Marvel at the dramatic landscapes of Fiordland

Marvel at dramatic landscapes formed thousands of years ago, take a cruise on Milford Sound or challenge yourself on a trek through stunning national parks

Imagine a dramatic landscape forged thousands of years ago as glacial rivers created valleys through granite mountains, a place where birdsong fills the air and the sound of rushing waterfalls is never too far from earshot. The spectacular Fiordland region offers unspoilt scenery as far as the eye can see across 1.2 million hectares of World Heritage area. Home to some of the most spectacular walking trails in New Zealand and certainly one of the most photographed natural attractions Milford Sound; Fiordland is a nature lover’s paradise and no visit is complete without an overnight stay on a comfortable cruise in the heart of the wilderness.


Why not have an adventure with the stars? Tuatapere Hump Ridge Track Celebrity Walk Week is held each November.
This annual event takes place each November and provides a prime opportunity to dust off your boots, grab your friends and explore New Zealand's new frontier in tramping experiences with a few celebrities in the lap of luxury on an all inclusive 3 day guided walk. All proceeds go to the Tuatapere Hump Track Charitable Trust for maintenance and improvements of the track and facilities.
Did you know?
Established in 1952, Fiordland National Park is now over 1.2 million hectares in size, and encompasses mountain, lake, fiord and rainforest environments. Fiordland has achieved World Heritage status and is renowned as the home of Mitre Peak and the Fiords of Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Also well known are the Great Walks, the iconic Milford Track, Routeburn Track, and Kepler Track, within the Fiordland National Park and Mount Aspiring National Park.