Renowned worldwide for its outstanding natural beauty, Milford Sound is a must-see while you are in New Zealand.
Described by Rudyard Kipling as the eighth wonder of the world, Milford Sound is one of those breathtaking places that truly must be seen to be believed, with an exhilarating mix of wildlife, waterfalls and staggeringly-beautiful scenery. Sculpted by glaciers in the heart of Fiordland National Park, it is an idyllic spot for sightseeing, hiking or kayaking.
Visiting Milford Sound
There is no better way to experience the majestic sights of Milford Sound and Fiordland National Park than by helicopter. Lift off from the Wakatipu basin and marvel at the soaring mountain peaks and spectacular lake views, then join a cruise once you arrive at Milford Sound itself to see the breathtaking cliffs from the water and cruise past the iconic Mitre Peak.
Alternatively drive - make sure to leave early - beautiful road through Te Anau, stop off for glow worm caves
The incredible wild landscape is home to seals, bottlenose dolphins.
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"We hosted a small group of fourteen for a 'Trust the Chef' five-course degustation in the Lodge at Stoneridge after our heli-elopement. The evening absolutely blew us away, and we ..."
- Chelsea, September 2019