If our English sounds a bit odd to you, have a squiz at our list of Kiwi slang to get you up to speed with the local language here in En Zed.
There’s plenty to do in Fiordland in winter, despite the very cold temperatures we have plenty of clear, calm blue sky days! Winter brings Fiordland’s lowest rainfall and plenty of snow on the mountains, making Fiordland National Park picture perfect.
If you’re a lover of big mountains and glaciers, and looking for a feeling of solitude, you can’t go past Fiordland’s Great Walks. But which of this remote region’s three legendary walks is right for you?
If there’s one wilderness experience you could choose in NZ, make it the Milford Track. It really is all shades of beautiful! If you don’t have time for the whole 53km, do a Milford Track day walk.
Fiordland’s wilderness is home to an abundance of birdlife. With fewer people in the area and pleasant weather, autumn is a great time for bush walking and spotting these birds up close. Here are some of our favourite native birds.