Milford Sound in New Zealand
Milford Sound / Piopiotahi is a fiord in the south west of New Zealand's South Island within Fiordland National Park, Piopiotahi Marine Reserve, and the Te Wahipounamu World Heritage site.Source: Wikipedia
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More Tips on Milford Sound from Travelers
- Just another Shot from one of my favourite countries in the world. I drove to Milford Sounds not knowing what to expect. The weather was cloudy and it rained a lot. Getting there was one of the biggest adventures of my life. The street from Te Anau to Milford Sounds is just pure wilderness. Nothing around but cheeky Kea’s, amazing mountains and incredible nature. I couldn’t count how often I just stopped an just watched nature around me. Finally I arrived in Milford Sounds but paying 230$ for a little shiptour was just to much, so I just drank a coffee and drove back, exploring the way I came.
- Milford Sound in New Zealand has some of the fastest changing weather in the world. One minute blue skies, the next black clouds with heavy rainfall. We were lucky enough to experience both in a matter of minutes, but what comes with that is some of the most spectacular moving clouds we’ve ever seen. Clouds seamlessly engulf mountains and change your view in seconds. Here I caught midst of a moment where mountain rainforests fade away into the fog.