Milford Sound National Parks
New Zealand has 14 National Parks throughout the country and many Regional Parks. Milford Sound National Parks and Regional Parks are vast protected areas of our most treasured wilderness - forests, wildlife and landscapes. more
Offering many days of hiking for the intrepid traveller, and camping along walking tracks, you can discover the most dramatic and beautiful parts of our spectacular country, from the ancient rainforests to majestic mountains and waterfalls hundreds of metres tall. Short walks and accessible walking trails are also available.
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Fiordland National Park was established in 1952 and contains stunning scenery including fiords, waterfalls and snow capped mountain peaks. Mitre Peak is one of the most photographed features in the park. Old rainforests and lakes are breathtaking and several famous tracks like the Milford, Kelper and Routeburn tracks dissect the park. Don't miss it.
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