About Fiordland New Zealand
Fiordland is a beautiful region of New Zealand, located in the south western corner of the South Island of New Zealand.
Home to the Fiordland National Park, Fiordland is known for its fiords, lakes, mountains, cascading waterfalls, forestry and natural wildlife. Milford Sound was once described as the Eighth Wonder of the World.
Known as the Sightseeing Capital of the World, two of New Zealand's Great Walks can be found here, the Kepler Track and Milford Track.
Fiordland weather is highly changeable, with the possibility of heavy rain occuring at any time of year. January and February are the warmest months, and July is the coldest. Always prepare for any weather however, as it may be sunny or it may be cold and windy.
There are many natural attractions in Fiordland, including Milford Sound, Doubful Sound, Te Anau, Manapouri and much more.
When looking for Fiordland accommodation, it is always best to plan ahead. Fiordland is a popular holiday destination, with people coming from all around the world to see the amazing wonders of Milford Sound and Mitre Peak, the lovely lakeside holiday resort towns of Manapouri and Te Anau, and walk the Great New Zealand Walks of the Kepler Track and Milford Track. Accommodation here is diverse, with luxury apartments and hotels found in the holiday resort towns, and cottages and huts found along the walks in the Fiordland National Park.
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