Fiordland National Park

Fiordland Summary

  • 1.25 million hectares
  • largest National Park in New Zealand
  • UNESCO World Heritage Area
  • unique stronghold for many endangered species
  • referred to as “Scenic & Walking Capital of the World”
  • main industries: fishing, farming and tourism

Fiordland is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas and the essence of New Zealand’s untamed splendour.  Fiordland is a ‘must see’ for anyone travelling to New Zealand.

Numerous short walks and multi-day hiking trails, including the Hump Ridge Track, have earned Fiordland the reputation of one of the world’s finest walking destinations.  Combine your walk with a scenic flight or a jet boat ride and you may just have an adventure of a lifetime.

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