Te Anau Natural Wildlife
The gateway to the magnificent Fiordland National Park, Te Anau is one of the best bases to explore New Zealand’s unique natural wildlife. Te Anau Natural Wildlife marine wildlife found in its fiords includes Bottlenose Dolphins, the Fiordland Penguin, fur seals and occasionally whales – like the Humpback Whale. On the land Fiordland is home to a large variety of native birds including the iconic Kiwi, the mischievous alpine Kea Parrot, the peculiar and endangered Takahe, a myriad of other native birds such as the Tui, Wood Pigeon and adorable Fantail. Fiordland is also home to many wild deer and pigs. more
Te Anau natural wildlife is one of the most diverse and impressive in the country. Choose how you would like to see Te Anau’s wildlife – trek one of the 3 Great Walks that cut through Fiordland, take a relaxing nature cruise through the many lakes and fiords or kayak your way across the pristine lakes, fiords and up the stunning rivers. Te Anau natural wildlife tours cater for a large variety of tastes and skills and offer many great tours for a range of people.
Mobile-friendly - Discover Fiordland, Queenstown and Te Anau with Real Journeys, a local company that has guided excursions into these unique areas for 60 years. Choose day, overnight or coach/cruise options to Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Visit the Te Anau Glowworms Caves, try the Milford Track Guided Day Walk, Queenstown's iconic TSS Earnslaw Steamship and Walter Peak High Country Farm.
Mobile-friendly - Locally owned company offering outstanding range of tours in Milford Sound. Both day and overnight cruises that explore this magnificent fiord. Luxury coach transfers from Queenstown and Te Anau and flight connections to/from Milford Sound/Queenstown.
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