Fiordland National Park stretches in the southwest of the South Island of New Zealand with an area of 1.2 million hectares. Fiordland is the largest national park in New Zealand. This park is the work of carving nature over 500 million years, has experienced a shift and a change due to the influence of certain elements. The development of natural soil formation processes takes place continuously without stopping.
Fiordland economy centered in the tourism sector, with fishing, agriculture, forestry, and construction of hydroelectric power plants. The essence of Fiordland is a Te Anau resort. Te Anau is the gateway to Fiordland and the state road that leads to Milford Sound, the famous area in New Zealand.
Characteristics of Fiordland National Park are a small population size, and the area is isolated. The landscape is very wild and a lot of mountains. Human influence on the local environment is still very small. Fiordland is also famous with the changing weather. The view of the river and waterfalls were initially quiet suddenly became heavy, then calm again and so on.
The uniqueness of the Fiordland National Park is on track for pedestrians and Milford Track is the most famous. Therefore, this park is nicknamed “The Sightseeing and walking capital of the world”. The place is suitable to be alone and find inspiration. The magnificent scenery can improve your mood.