Ever wondered what it’s like to go to the end of the road? Discover New Zealand’s “Deep South” where nature lies untouched, where the locals roll their ‘r’s and the oysters are to die for. This week-long journey winds through untouched fiords, windswept fishing towns and down to New Zealand's southernmost island.
Day 3 / 7
Today you'll head south towards the very bottom of the New Zealand mainland - Bluff. One of the oldest European settlements in New Zealand, Bluff is famous for it's oysters - recognised as some of the best in the world. The maritime museum here focuses on whaling, oystering and shipwrecks; the rugged character of this ocean-faring town is evident everywhere you go.
Don't miss the photo opportunity at Stirling Point - a bright yellow signpost here signifies the bottom of the mainland, also indicating the distance from the South Pole as well as other parts of the world.
Start in Te Anau
Te Anau is the closest town to Milford Sound and is known as the 'gateway to the fiords'.
End in Bluff
Bluff is one of the oldest European settlements in New Zealand. Come here to enjoy the scent of the sea and the rugged character of an oystering port.
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