Take an unforgettable journey into the heart of Milford Sound in the World Heritage Fiordland Nation...
Tours to Milford Sound, Fiordland National Park
Queenstown, New Zealand
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Milford Sound, New Zealand has been widely acclaimed as a tourist destination. From a survey that declared it the “world’s top travel destination” to Rudyard Kipling calling it the eighth wonder of the world, the fjord of Milford Sound is easily the most famous place to visit in New Zealand. Known as “Piopiotahi” among the Maori, Milford Sound provides a backdrop of green mountains, blue waters, many waterfalls, and a lovely rainforest that clings to the slopes. Any traveler looking for natural landscapes would be summarily satisfied by a walk down Milford Track, or a cruise through the fjord. Be one of those satisfied travelers through our 2015 tours and activities to Milford Sound.
Venture into the World Heritage Site of Fiordland National Park and take a Milford Sound Day Trip. From Queenstown, journey through the mountains and pass through Homer Tunnel, a tunnel drilled through solid rock. Discover Eglinton Valley, where waterfalls and ancient forests have stood the test of time in nature. Witness the incredible still waters of the Mirror Lakes, then walk along the Chasm. From here, you will experience the famous fiord’s valleys, waterfalls, and forestry on a cruise that will take you by the best sights in a place that is itself already one of the best sights in the world. You will get a great view of the iconic Mitre Peak, so-named due to its resemblance to the mitre worn by bishops. It rises almost vertically to a height of just over one mile. See more formations that have been carved from stone by glaciers, and gaze upon waterfalls that trace their origins in the high, ice-packed mountains and gush into the waters below.