Around the world, Fiordland is most widely recognized for its astounding collection of fiords. Fiordland National Park is 1.2 million hectares of glaciers, alpine ranges, lakes, fjords, and rainforest environments. Gain an understanding and appreciation of the vastness of this immaculate environment by land, sea, and air. Or, if all else fails, check Fiordland out
Unless you are staying within the boundaries of Fiordland National Park at a campsite, hut, or the Milford Sound Lodge, you will likely be staying in either Te Anau or Manapouri when visiting Fiordland National Park.
The Otago Peninsula is home to an abundance of interesting wildlife. Notably: the Blue Penguins (Kororā) at Pukekura, the Yellow Eyed Penguin (Hoiho), and the Royal Albatross.