Fiordland, New Zealand has achieved World Heritage status and is renowned as the home of Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound within the Fiordland National Park, four of the Great Walks and is one of the most dramatic and scenic parts of New Zealand.
Fiordland is the Walking Capital of the World and gateway to the unique Fiordland National Park, the largest National Park in New Zealand. Extraordinary scenic beauty has earned this region a reputation as a significant sightseeing and walking destination, and a 'must see' for anyone travelling to New Zealand. The hub of the Fiordland region is the town of Lake Te Anau. From here it is an easy 2 to 2½ hours drive to Milford Sound and 20 minutes by coach to Lake Manapouri and the start of a Doubtful Sound excursion. Te Anau has a range of activity options, fine restaurants, seven days a week shopping and can cater for all levels of accommodation.
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