Monday, 23 November 2015

Fiordland National Park of New Zealand

Established in 1952, Fiordland National Park is the Largest National Park in New Zealand covering 1.2million hectares. It includes mountains, lakes, fiords and rainforests. The beautiful lakeside township of Lake Te Anau provides a perfect base to explore the area and provides a full range of services to visitors. The Milford Road is a spectacular alpine journey and is one of the world’s finest drives. Te Anau and Manapouri are the main towns for the Fiordland region.  Lake Manapouri is located 20kms from Te Anau and provides services such as cafe, restaurant, small shops and service station.

Breath taking view point

 Standing top of the mountains, we can see vast landscape of snow capped peaks, fiords, icy lakes in tussock and sheer, ice-carved valleys with rivers winding through the native forest.

Marvellous marine views

Due to freshwater layer of Fiordland, we can see the beauty of Black coral in underwater at shallower depths.

Experience world famous great walk

Fiordland National Park offers three world class Great Walk tracks with stunning scenery - Kepler Track, Milford Track and Routeburn Track.


Fiordland is the home of unique and endangered wildlife.

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