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Milford Sound

Milford Explorer

Start: Queenstown
Finish: Queenstown

Recently ranked as the world's most beautiful place, the Milford Sound is a must-do for those visiting New Zealand's South Island. The Milford Explorer departs Queenstown early and stops at the picturesque Te Anau township on the lake before heading through the Homer Tunnel into Milford Sound. Once there, you will go on an unforgettable one and a half hour boat cruise through the Milford Sound exploring soaring peaks, towering waterfalls and New Zealand nature at its best.

In summer there is also the option of spending a few more nights or walking the legendary Milford Track.

  • Start Queenstown, finish Queenstown
  • Minimum of 1 day to travel
  • Includes the Milford Sound boat cruise
  • Valid for 12 months from date of purchase
  • Change travel dates as many times as you like with no fees
  • Best Price Guarantee on activities
  • Flexible, easy, stress free travel with like-minded travellers
  • Legendary local Driver Guides

 *T&C's apply

Give us a call to secure your spot with a 10% deposit.

 
 

NZ $135

Milford Sound day trip

Visiting Milford Sound is a must when visiting the South Island. The Milford Explorer departs Queenstown early and the first stop for breakfast, coffee or just a snack is at the picturesque town of Te Anau. Before getting to the Homer Tunnel, we make plenty of photo stops at places like Mirror Lakes and the Chasm. Once at Milford, you will go on an unforgettable scenic boat cruise through the sound exploring soaring peaks and towering waterfalls. Seeing New Zealand’s scenery and nature at its best. Then it’s back on the bus for your journey back to the adventure capital.

Experiences

  • 2 hour Milford Sound boat cruise

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