Discover the beautiful region of fiords, lakes and forests in New Zealand
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Located in the southwest of New Zealand’s South Island, Fiordland National Park attracts over half a million tourists every year. These are just some of the reasons why:
Fiordland’s landscapes are vast, wild and challenging for human exploration, making cruising one of the best ways to discover what this spectacularly scenic region has to offer. The national park’s 1.2 million hectares are protected by the country’s Department of Conservation.
Whatever time of year you go with for your cruise holiday to the Fiordland National Park, be prepared for rain and ever-changing weather conditions. A couple of days without rain is considered a draught around here. The good news is that the rain makes the waterfalls tumble, thus, making the scenery even better.
Generally speaking, the summer months of December to February are best to visit, here is why:
The region is full of incredible sights and experiences and is perfect for nature lovers. Here is our top list of things to do and see in the Fiordland National Park:
Fiordland National Park is frequented by some of the most reputable cruise lines and heaps of their itineraries set sail at a home port in Australia. Check out some of these: