Fiordland New Zealand


Fiordland in New Zealand

Where to Stay in Fiordland

Where to Stay in Fiordland

The Fiordland may be the most remote area of New Zealand and is a natural paradise. Te Anau and Manapouri are your two major settlements in the area that offers accommodation in the area, although hiker’s huts and lodgings are available in the national parks. Te Anau is a small ‘little gem’ and locals are very friendly and helpful. Find where to stay in the Fiordland area, NZ.

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Fiordland Accommodation

Fiordland Accommodation

The Fiordland has a wide variety of accommodation options. Whether you are looking for luxury or budget, eco-friendly resorts, motels, backpacker hostels, hiker’s huts, holiday parks, or a holiday house, also known as a ‘bach’, in one of the Fiordland many beautiful locations. The Fiordland and its local townships of Te Anau and Manapouri cater to all accommodation budgets and styles.

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What to See in Fiordland

What to See in Fiordland

The Fiordland is one of New Zealand’s favourite destinations and is rich in spectacular scenery making it a sightseer’s paradise. The ‘Fiordland National Park’ is the largest national park in New Zealand and is considered a world heritage site due, its unique ecosystem of Fiordland temperate forests and endemic plants and wildlife.

The Fiordland’s was formed by flooded glacier valleys and today the area consists of 14 fiords, five predominant lakes all surrounded by sheer forested cliff faces, abundant waterfalls and hanging valleys with rare ecosystems. The most famous fiords are the Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Travelling through the ‘Homer Tunnel’ on the ‘Milford Road’ is probably just as iconic and Milford Sound itself and there are numerous cruise operators on both the Milford and Doubtful sound that offer excellent eco-tourism opportunities.

Te Anau & the Fiordland are also part of the scenic tourist highway – ‘The Southern Scenic Route’ which also includes local scenic routes around Lake Manapouri and Lake Te Anau. Find attractions and sightseeing options around the Fiordland, NZ.

What to do in Fiordland

What to Do in Fiordland

The Fiordland is the ‘Walking Capital’ of the New Zealand and is home to the Milford Sound, which is the most visited attraction in the country. Must do activities in the area include taking a cruise on either the Milford, Doubtful, Dusky or Breaksea sounds, sea kayaking, diving, jet boating on the upper Waiau river and taking a scenic helicopter flights over the Fiordland National Park.

Take a walk on New Zealand’s most famous walking trail – The Milford Track, or try the less famous walks of the Kepler Track and the Hump Ridge Track. Experience the beauty of the ‘Te Anau Glow Worm Caves’ (that are only accessible by boat) or relax at the stylish ‘Fiordland Cinema’, which has daily screenings of local Fiordland helicopter pilot’s movie ‘Ata Whenua – shadow land’.

Guided freshwater fishing and saltwater fishing are popular local activities and for the less adventurous there is always the underwater marine observatory at the Milford Discovery Centre. Find what to do in the Fiordland, NZ.

Where to Eat in Fiordland

Where to Eat in Fiordland

Enjoy local South Island hospitality in one of the Fiordland’s local restaurants and dinners. With tantalising menus to satisfy every taste and budget there is a tantalising meal for everyone. Coffee culture flourishes in New Zealand and the Fiordland area is the ideal place to enjoy local cafés and hospitality served in front of roaring fires. Find where to eat in the Fiordland, NZ.

What to Drink Fiordland

Where to Drink in Fiordland

Local Fiordland towns such as Te Anau and Manapouri are great locations to try out local New Zealand wines or try drinking a locally-crafted, award-winning NZ beer. The Fiordland has a number of great local pubs, wine and bars. One of the highlights in the area is the Fiordland Cinema wine bar and café. Find out more about the Fiordland’s entertainment scene.

Weddings in Fiordland

Weddings in Fiordland

Plan your romantic wedding in the Fiordland area. Find the best wedding venues around the Fiordland National Park, Te Anau and Manapouri, New Zealand. The Fiordland is a great wedding destination and offers a variety of wedding ceremony locations. Stunning scenery, mountain and lake venues, lakeside hotels, churches and more. Giving you a unique kiwi romantic wedding experience.

Honeymoons in Fiordland

Honeymoons in Fiordland

The Fiordland’s is a unique New Zealand experience and has become a firm favourite for romantic couples and honeymooners from both New Zealand and around the world. The Fiorldland National Park and its closest townships of Te Anau and Manapouri as romantic honeymoon destinations have a lot to offer from luxury spas and resorts, romantic Fiordland cruises, glow worm caves, romantic dinning locations, a boutique cinema, couples activities and more.

Fiordland Wedding Services

Fiordland Wedding Services

Find a wedding planner or wedding celebrant in the Fiordland, New Zealand. If you are planning a wedding then Te Anau, Manapouri or Queenstown have everything you need to create the perfect wedding day. Find wedding dresses, lingerie, wedding photographers, flowers and decorations, wedding rings, catering and wedding cakes, wedding music, bachelor and hen party, wedding gifts and much more.

Transport in Fiordland

Transport in Fiordland

Looking for transport or tours in the Fiordland area? Find the best places to find rental cars or motorbikes, local buses, cruise boats or possible railway links. Also try one of the many guided tour bus companies operating out of Te Anau, Manapouri and Queenstown, perfect for backpackers wanting to see more of New Zealand. If you’re looking for self-guided tours then try one of the campervan rentals, one of the iconic ways of seen New Zealand.

 

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