MILFORD SOUND

We took a day trip here from Queenstown. It is the one place everyone asked about whether we would be visiting or not when in Queenstown. I’m really glad that we did take the trip here, even if it was a long day. We booked a coach trip (you can do this at the tourist information office in town) and it lasted the whole day. It’s more than 12 hours to drive there, take a boat tour through Milford Sound and then the drive back. It’s a big day but really worth seeing, especially if you may never return here again.

Miford Sound is a fiord, carved by glaciers during the ice ages. It really is captivating and I don’t think I have ever seen anywhere quite like it. The scenery is out of this world, no matter what the weather and if you’re lucky you may be able to spot some dolphins, seals and penguins that call this place home. We were fortunate to have seen seals sunbathing and dolphins that followed our boat back into the dock.

Even the journey to Milford Sound is spectacular and we were able to make a few pit stops to take some photographs. I will show you a couple of our stops and then show you some snaps of the magnificent Milford Sound.

Thanks for taking the time to read my blog post and I hope it inspired you to maybe visit for yourself one day.

Take care,

Wayne ✌🏽

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  1. Absolutely gorgeous photos. Definitely makes you want to go there. I think I am in love with the alpaca.
    He is so adorable. Continue home safely.

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  2. I am so glad you decided to go to Milford Sound so you could share with us! What a fabulously gorgeous place. We always love a national park, and I (Kellye) loved seeing the kea too. What a fine wildlife capture with your camera. Your trip to New Zealand has been a lot of fun for us. Now if we could only figure out a way to see it in person. Thank you for sharing, Wayne!

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