Fiordland National Park

Fiordland National park, situated at the southwest corner of the South Island, is one of the most rousing and alluring parts of the New Zealand. Being the largest national park in the entire New Zealand, it is sprawled over a land area of more than 12,500 Km2; Incidentally, Fiordland National Park along with the neighboring Mount Cook and Mount Aspiring, collectively form Te Wahipounamu-”the place of greenstone”.
This beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site encapsulates an endless number of ancient rainforests, clinging just next to the massive mountain ranges. The eternal landscape beauty is further enhanced by plummeting waterfalls into the awe-inspiring fjords, dazzling granite peaks, and tranquil lakes.

Key Highlights

  • There a total of fourteen fiords, fringing the southwest corner of the South Island.
  • Each and every ford is at least 100,000 years old.
  • A major area of the park is covered by virgin beech and pop carp forest.
  • the 500Km walking track lead visitors to the primeval world of natural lush landscapes.

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