Milford Sound

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Milford Sound,

inlet of the Tasman Sea, indenting SW South Island, New Zealand. Part of Fiordland National Park, it is a well-known resort area. Mountains rise steeply from the shore to a height of 9,042 ft (2,756 m).
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After you've had your fill of the snow, take a visit to Milford Sound, called the 'eighth wonder of the world' and considered to be one of New Zealand's most popular tourist destinations.
ITINERARY: Fly From UK to Auckland Overnight Arrive Auckland for 2nt Pre Cruise Stay Embark Ship for your 12nt Full Board uranga, New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Akaroa, New Zealand Dunedin, New Zealand Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Dusky Sound Hobart, Australia (Overnight in Port) Disembark Ship Sydney 2nt Post Stay Fly from Sydney to the UK Overnight
The plane lands in Milford Sound. One glance at the spellbinding panorama and the misnomer is forgiven, since the place is a fiord, not a sound.
Not for us Ayers Rock and the Great Barrier Reef, Milford Sound and the TranzAlpine Railway.
A popular tourist destination, Milford Sound in the South Island of the country is basically a fiord.
Carved by glaciers during the ice ages, Milford Sound in New Zealand is breathtaking with its waterfalls & peaks
The poison 1080 is extremely toxic and is used extensively in New Zealand, including in national parks and around the Milford Sound, one of the country's biggest tourism draws, to control pests such as stoats, rabbits, deer, rats and possums.
It has thundering waterfalls and the magical misty mysteries of Milford Sound. It has sweeping hills covered with vineyards.
He said that aside from Queenstown, Alexandra and Milford Sound have surpassed their average dry spells.
My photographs of New Zealand pull me back to the actual experience of smelling the mist in the air and feeling the dampness on my skin, looking in amazement at the reflection of the mountains in a pond on our way to Milford Sound, at the deep colours the clouds create on the surface of Lake Wakatipu (which !stinted a deep turquoise blue due to glacial silt suspended in its waters)--and tasting the Pinot Noir and New Zealand cheeses., Enjoy a fly/cruise to Milford Sound from PS235.