Fiordland National Park
To the Māori, Fiordland is Te Wāhipounamu, place of greenstone. To hikers it’s heaven.
There are few places on Earth so untouched and enchanting as Fiordland National Park. This glacier-carved southwest corner of the South Island is home to no less than 14 fiords, carrying its World Heritage title with ease. With 500km of walking trails marked out, you can hike among rainforests, waterfalls and alpine peaks. The Milford, Kepler and Routeburn tracks are the most famous, but there are many solitary adventures to be had as well. Fiordland is a spectacular hikers’ paradise.