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Milford Sound Scenic Flight Options

Milford Sound is the most renowned of all the Fiords, for it is simply the most spectacular.

Named after Milford Haven in Wales.

The Maori called it PioPiotahi, meaning "Refuge of the last Thrush".

The Sound is 15km long and surrounded by near vertical mountains rising a massive
1600m/5500ft out of the sea. The views are breathtaking and many waterfalls cascade down the slopes,
making it no surprise that Milford Sound was judged the World’s Number 1 Travel Destination in the 2008 Travelers’ Choice Destinations Awards by TripAdvisor.

The Milford Sound cruise is highly regarded as a relaxing way to view the sound, and we recommend the early morning or late afternoon cruises to capture the best scenery without flat light affecting photogenic potential.

Flight Packages from Te Anau

Fly-Cruise-Fly: You are flown into Milford, depart on a cruise, and then return in the plane to Te Anau. We use Mitre Peak cruises when possible, if they do not have availability we will book the cruise with Southern Discoveries. The price includes cruise fare and government activity fee.

Flights are on demand and can leave between 9:00am and 2pm. We do not recommend the midday cruises as they can be very crowded.
Add $60pp to return via Doubtful Sound.

Milford Overflight: This is the same flight path as the flight and cruise without landing .

Flights departing from Milford Sound.

Milford to Sutherland Falls then Mount Tutoko Glaciers and return via Mouth – $650 is for the entire plane chartered, 1-5 seats. (Max total load is 485kg).
The flight takes you on a journey in a great big circle around Milford. The flight covers a distance of 100km and displays more mind blowing scenery from start to finish than any other flight anywhere!

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Avoid the crowds, fly a bespoke tour with Fly Fiordland early morning or late evening