Fiordland: A cherished corner of the world.
Fiordland National Park is one of New Zealand’s treasured natural icons and is internationally recognised as part of the wider UNESCO World Heritage site, Te Wāhipounamu (Place of the Greenstone). Fiordland nz is home to glaciers, alpine ranges and unique flora and fauna that has been in existence since New Zealand was part of the supercontinent Gondwanaland.
Known around the world for its breathtaking collection of fiords which ironically are mostly named as sounds.
Interestingly, both terms are correct.
Stay a little longer and discover much more deep within this ancient and extraordinary environment.
“Fiordland – Beyond Belief.”
Explore Fiordland NZ, from rare and endangered species to landscapes shaped by ancient ice ages. The National Park serves up a dazzling array of natural wonders.
Fiordland nz describes a vast area that includes some of New Zealand’s best known scenic icons: Milford Sound, Mitre Peak, Doubtful Sound, and world-famous walking. A range of premier visitor activities: kayak, cruise and sightseeing opportunities and guided excursions provide access to the stunning landscapes. For more information, visit Fiordland’s official website.
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