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Taste of Fiordland Scenic Helicopter Flight from Te Anau
"The Taste of Fiordland scenic helicopter flight takes off from Te Anau airport and heads out over Lake Manapouri which is often called the most beautiful lake in New Zealand and straight into the Fiordland mountains. A new world opens up from the hustle and bustle of the inhabited land behind you to the earthy and serene wilderness around you. An alpine landing will get your feet on the ground and the opportunity for friends and the scenery. Lifting off again you will have views of Lake Te Anau and the Te Anau basin showing farm land stretching out to the east.After your flight we can provide transfers from the airport back to your hotel in Te Anau or Manapouri."""
From NZD215.00
 
Full-Day Milford Sound Hiking Tour with Cruise
"We collect you from your Te Anau accommodation then travel along the spectacular alpine Milford Road. Your local experienced nature guides/drivers are eager to share their stories knowledge and passion for the area bringing the mysteries of Fiordland to life. On reaching Milford Sound you will join a morning Nature Boat Cruise 2.5 hours in duration. The cruise provides excellent viewing opportunities and plenty of time available to enjoy the waterfalls
From NZD178.00
 
Full-Day Routeburn Track Guided Hike from Queenstown
"After morning pickup at your Queenstown hotel travel by comfortable minicoach to Mt Aspiring National Park to begin your hike on the Routeburn Track. Named after Mt Aspiring one of New Zealand's highest peaks the park’s mountains glaciers river valleys and alpine lakes are a walker’s paradise. Starting out in the forest follow your guide along the trail and learn about the variety of plant and animal life in the park. Walk through southern beech trees and podocarps
From NZD275.00

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Manapouri Hydroelectric Power Station

Manapouri Power Station is an underground hydroelectric power station on the western arm of Lake Manapouri. It is the largest hydroelectric power station in New Zealand, and the second largest power...
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Lake Manapouri

Lake Manapouri is a glacier lake located in Fiordland National Park. It is New Zealand's second deepest lake measuring 444 metres at it deepest point. It has four arms - North, South, West and Hope....
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Te Anau town centre

Te Anau is on the eastern shore of Lake Te Anau. Lake Te Anau is the second largest lake in New Zealand the largest being Lake Taupo. The town has a population of about 2,000 residents but can...
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The Chasm

The Chasm is found on the road to Milford Sound.It is a natural rock feature caused by the waters of the Cleddau river rushing over the rocks. The force is such as to cut holes in the rock to create a...
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On the road to Milford Sound

The drive from Te Anau to Milford Sound on Highway 94 takes you through some amazing scenery - lakes, waterfalls, streams and mountains. It seems as though every bend in the road brings another photo...
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The Homer Tunnel

The Homer Tunnel, opened in 1954, allows New Zealand State Highway 94 to pass under the Homer Saddle, linking Milford Sound to Te Anau and Queenstown. It the Eglinton and Cleddau valleys. The tunnel...
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Mirror Lakes

Mirror Lakes is a set of small lakes on the road from Te Anau to Milford Sound. They are in the Eglinton Valley in Fiordland National Park.The lakes are set back from the road but there is a well...
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Te Anau Wildlife Centre

This centre is run by New Zealand's Department of Conservation, and houses native birds which are rare, endangered, injured or needing special care. It is located in parklands on the edge of Lake Te...
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Te Anau Glow worm caves

Maori legend told of caves filled with rushing water and early European explorers had similar tales of undergroud caves. The location of the entrance became lost in history until it was rediscovered...
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Doubtful Sound

Named Doubtful Harbour in 1770 by Captain James Cook Doubtful Sound is in fact a fjord and is the second largest in New Zealnd's Fiordland. It is three times as long and ten times as large as Milford...
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Milford Sound

Milford Sound or Piopiotahi is actually a fjord (as is Doubtful Sound and all the others in Fiordland National Park). It is one of the world's top travel destinations and has been called by Rudyard...
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Morepork

Ninox novaeseelandiae.The Morepork is a nocturnal native New Zealand owl about 30cm in size and 175g in weightThe morepork usually eats moths and beetles caught on the wing as well as small animals...
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MIRROR LAKE

Located close to the Milford Sound road, is Mirror lake. It is only a short, 5 min walk. It was very disappointing when we were there, as they had allowed too many high Trees and shrubbery to grow, so...
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CRUISE MILFORD SOUND

THE cruise we did was at 10am, with Red Boat cruises. Milford Sound Red Boat Cruises depart daily from the Milford Wharf Visitor Centre.Firstly, we travelled down the south side of the Fjord, passing...
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Main Street, Te Anau, PO Box 167, Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
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48 - 50 Lakefront Dr, Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
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