Milford Sound is located at the northernmost end of Fiordland National Park on the South Island of New Zealand. Formed over time by the gradual erosion of ancient glaciers.
Explore Milford Sound
Whatever the weather, it is certain that you will leave feeling inspired after a visit to Milford Sound.
If you are making your own way to Milford Sound, allow plenty of time to enjoy the trip and check the road conditions before you go.
The beauty of Milford Sound continues underneath the water. A stop at the Underwater Observatory allows visitors to descend 10.4 metres below the surface of the fiord, to witness the...
New Zealand is a land of birds – Kea, Tui, Kereru, Bellbirds, Pukeko and the Blue Ducks can be found in this remote wilderness.
Maori people arrived in New Zealand from the Pacific Islands around 1,000 years ago. They travelled to Milford Sound overland – along the same route that the Milford Track follows...