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Fiordland AttractionsFiordland. An extraordinary region of dramatic grandeur and primeval beauty. Most of the region is a National Park, and some is designated as a World Heritage Area.
Milford Sound Piopiotahi, your sightseeing boat is dwarfed by the imposing Mitre Peak and towering waterfalls, which tumble hundreds of metres from the virgin forest overhead.
Doubtful Sound / Patea, the resident dolphins will greet you as visitors to their special place where time stands still and life is given a new perspective.
Te Anau is the hub for all sightseeing activities in Fiordland. Te Anau is known as the walking capital of the world so, plan to stay a while and 'get amongst it' to have a completely rewarding experience. The town offers an abundance of accommodation and dining options.
Manapouri is the departure point for excursions on Lake Manapouri, the West Arm Underground Power Station as well as Doubtful Sound and Dusky Sound.
Famous walking trails in the region include the Milford, Kepler, Hollyford
and Routeburn Tracks. In most cases you can head off on your own, and guides
are available for some tracks.