Fiordland National Park

This largest National Park in New Zealand was formed by massive glacial flows that carved  deep fiords at the southwest corner of New Zealand. Our ship could get into three of the large ones, but the weather prevented us to get in two of them. We were very lucky to get into the largest Milford Sound, where some cliffs soar closely to one mile above the water surface. Many water falls on both sides of the sound delighted us with their majestic beauty. We were running from side to side to soak up all we could. This is the best "Nature" can offer! Remember that some may run half a mile high!










Next Stop:  Hobart