Eleven Unforgettable Moments in Fiordland

“Nothing summarises the beauty of New Zealand more than majestic Fiordland where these 11 unforgettable moments will take your breath away,” Wibke Carter writes for Fodor’s Travel.

“An area with jagged misty peaks, endless rainforest, and glacier-carved valleys, Fiordland is New Zealand’s last great wilderness. If you want to get away from it all, hike one of the three multi-day Great Walks or kayak in stillness at Doubtful Sound,” Carter writes.

In the list, she also includes visiting the glow-worm caves on the western shores of Lake Te Anau, fishing for trout in the Waiau River, and bird watching.

Original article by Wibke Carter, Fodor’s Travel, December 1, 2018.

Photo by Purwanto Lim.


Tags: Doubtful Sound  Fiordland  Fodor's Travel  Lake Te Anau  Milford Track  Waiau River  

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