Nestled in amongst Fiordland mountains, Lake Manapouri and surrounds offer stunning scenery and numerous activities to enjoy. It is a great spot for families, and those who love boating, day walks and tramping a bit off the beaten track.
Lake Te Anau is a great place for activities including walking, hunting, mountain biking, and water activities. Te Anau is the closest town with facilities to Fiordland National Park, famed for tramping and spectacular scenery.
Doubtful Sound is a remote fiord in known as 'the Sound of Silence'. It's home to one of the southernmost populations of bottlenose dolphins.
Explore the remote, forested Hollyford Valley where the river flows from dramatic Fiordland mountains to the west coast sea. Enjoy tramping the Hollyford Track, or hunting, fishing, climbing and more.
The Lake Monowai and Borland Road area offers access into a different and very handsome part of Fiordland National Park. It offers great ‘off the beaten track’ tramping, hunting, boating and fishing and road access into Fiordland National Park.
Milford Sound/Piopiotahi is in the northwest of Fiordland National Park. Milford Road from Te Anau to Milford Sound is one of New Zealand's most scenic drives.
Visit some fascinating historic sites, and go walking or kayaking.
Experience wild, dramatic mountain and coastal landscapes in the Waitutu/South Coast area, which includes Lake Hauroko, the Hump Ridge and South Coast Tracks.
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