In the southwest corner of New Zealand’s South Island, lies Fiordland National Park. Here, you will find a pristine playground for nature lovers. Fiordland is a UNESCO World Heritage area of significant ecological diversity.
With so many things to do in Fiordland, don’t be surprised if you end up staying for longer than planned. In every direction, there is staggering scenery to explore. Discover some of New Zealand’s best fly fishing rivers, scenic helicopter flights, fascinating lake cruises and family-friendly day walks and conservation experiences. Fiordland is home to three of New Zealand’s Great Walks – Kepler, Routeburn, and of course, Milford Track, famously punctuated by glacial-carved fiords and plunging waterfalls.
On the edge of this immense wilderness sits the friendly township of Te Anau. Relax and enjoy all there is to do in Te Anau like the Lake2Lake Cycle Trail, hiking and private boat charters. A short water taxi across Lake Te Anau is all it takes to walk amongst Fiordland National Park. Explore trout fishing, kayaking, the Bird Sanctuary and local restaurants for fresh blue cod, crayfish and venison.
Our own experiences of Fiordland inspire our trips and private journeys. You won’t find experiences like ours anywhere else because they are, quite simply, the way we as locals like to see and do Fiordland.Find out more →