Milford Sound



Welcome to Milford Sound



Milford Sound is located on the west coast of New Zealand's South Island, within Fiordland National Park. It is approximately 120 kilometers (75 miles) from the nearest town of Te Anau, and can be accessed via a scenic drive along the Milford Road. The closest major town is Queenstown, which is approximately 290 kilometers (180 miles) away. Milford Sound is a remote and stunningly beautiful location that attracts visitors from around the world.

Milford Sound
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Milford Sound located in the Fiordland National Park

Milford Sound is a world famous fiord located in the Fiordland National Park in the South Island of New Zealand. Known for its breathtaking natural beauty, stunning waterfalls, and towering mountains which rise straight out of the sea. Milford Sound is one of the most visited tourist destinations in New Zealand, attracting more than one million visitors each year.

Milford Sound Cruises

The best way to experience Milford Sound is to take a cruise on the fiord. There are several boat tour operators that offer a range of Milford Sound cruises – from short 1.5 hour trips to overnight cruise excursions. During a cruise, visitors can take in the stunning scenery, listen to commentary from the guides, and even get close enough to taste the fresh water from the waterfalls that cascade down the cliffs.

Milford Sound Tours

Milford Sound is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to New Zealand. Its natural beauty is truly awe-inspiring, and it offers visitors a chance to experience some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the world.

Kayak Milford Sound

In addition to boat cruises, there are many other activities that visitors can enjoy in Milford Sound. These include kayaking, hiking, and scenic fixed wing or helicopter flights over the fiord. The Milford Track, one of New Zealand’s famous Great Walks, ends in Milford Sound, taking hikers through some of the most beautiful scenery imaginable.

Seals, Dolphins & Penguins

Milford Sound was formed by glacial erosion during the last Ice Age, which sculpted the steep mountain walls that surround the fiord. The fiord is approximately 15 kms long and 295 metres deep at its deepest point. The unique geography of the fiord creates a microclimate, which supports a diverse range of flora and fauna. Visitors to Milford Sound can see an array of wildlife including seals, dolphins, and rare penguins, as well as a variety of bird species.

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