Amazing Milford Sound Day Tour
This one day tour to Milford Sound is a "must see" on any visitors itinerary and one not to miss.
Situated in the breath-taking Fiordland National Park it's easy to see why this area gained World Heritage status by the United Nations in 1986. Powerful and extraordinarily beautiful no matter the weather, this fiord deserves its reputation as one of the worlds most spectacular fiords.
|Queenstown to Queenstown|
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|Te Anau||Queenstown||Milford Sound|
- Luxury glass roof coach from / return to Queenstown
- Milford Sound boat cruise
- Full commentary in English
- Lots of scenic stops and photo opportunities
- Expert local guides on both the coach and cruise boat
- Complimentary tea, coffee & biscuits available during the cruise
|1 October 2018 - 30 September 2019||Excluding lunch||$195 NZD||$97 NZD||Enquire|
|1 October 2018 - 30 September 2019||Including lunch||$214 NZD||$107 NZD||Enquire|
|1 October 2019 - 30 September 2020||Excluding lunch||$199 NZD||$100 NZD||Enquire|
|1 October 2019 - 30 September 2020||Including lunch||$219 NZD||$120 NZD||Enquire|
Prices are per person and in New Zealand Dollars.
Departure: Tour departs at 6:45am.
Children: Child age is 2 - 12 years.
What to Bring:
Layer of warm clothing
Start your day in Queenstown, taking in the magnificent mountain range known as the Remarkables as you leave town. After a journey through lush rural farmland, you'll stop for morning tea (own expense) in the picturesque lakeside town of Te Anau, the gateway to the Fiordland National Park.
Continue your journey along the Milford Road into Fiordland, through scenes of natural beauty that have remained unchanged for many years. With the glass-roofed coach you'll be able to gaze up at the amazing rocky mountains above. Be mesmerised by the Mirror Lakes, where on a clear day you will see the reflection of the mountains on the water's surface. Quench your thirst at Monkey Creek, where you can drink pristine glacial water straight from the stream - nature at its purest! Travel through the stunning feat of engineering that is the Homer Tunnel, carved out of solid rock through the mountains. Marvel at The Chasm, a series of uniquely shaped rocks and potholes formed by the Cleddau River rushing into a dark narrow abyss. Finally, descend through the Cleddau Valley into Milford Sound.
Board your Milford Sound cruise on a small boutique boat and view the stunning snow-tipped mountains that surround you. Cruise past rugged cliffs that are covered in magnificent native rainforest, with powerful waterfalls that tumble hundreds of metres down into the fiord. Keep a look out for seals, dolphins, and penguins in the waters below.
After your Milford Sound cruise, board your coach for the return journey to Queenstown, arriving in the early evening.