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Milford Sound

Milford Sound, situated on the west coast of the South Island, is a world-renowned natural wonder with towering peaks, cascading waterfalls and amazing wildlife.  

Discover this spectacular region with a Milford Sound day or overnight cruise, coach tour or scenic flight. Let us take you on an adventure you'll never forget.

Our people. Our places. Milford Sound, New Zealand. This video showcases the hard work and dedication of the people involved in creating these remarkable experiences.

Milford Sound Overnight Cruise with Real Journeys - Milford Mariner. Spend the night aboard the Milford Mariner and wake up to the dawn of a new day in one of the most beautiful places on earth on this overnight tour.

Milford Sound Nature Cruise with Real Journeys. Learn about the history of the region from a specialist nature guide on a leisurely Nature Cruise. Experience the spray of a waterfall as you cruise closer to sheer rock faces or watch out for dolphins, seals and in season, the rare Fiordland crested penguins.

Milford Sound Scenic Cruise with Real Journeys. Get great viewing opportunities aboard our Scenic Cruise vessels with purpose-built observation lounges and large decks.


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  • Did You Know?

    The popular origin of why Milford Sound was called Piopiotahi by local Maori was that it came from a native bird, the piopio, now thought extinct.

    Legend has it that when mythical adventurer Māui died, a single piopio flew to the sound in mourning.