Cruise & Kayak Milford Sound – Southern Discoveries
No one else comes close. Go further, get closer and discover more of Milford Sound with Southern Discoveries, go further on our cruise, get closer and discover more as you kayak in the sheltered and calm waters of Harrison Cove. Providing you with an unforgettable experience that will have you up close and personal to Milford Sounds spectacular views, nature and wildlife. This cruise and kayak option is suitable for all experience levels and offers double kayaks that are perfect for families. Your cruise also takes in the sights of the Milford Sound Discovery Centre & Underwater Observatory. Departures available from Milford Sound, Te Anau and Queenstown. Minimum child age is 4 years.
Cruise & Kayak Milford Sound
Double the adventure with our Cruise & Kayak Milford Sound experience! This trip includes a Milford Sound cruise, entry to the Milford Discovery Centre & Underwater Observatory and 1 hour of kayaking around sheltered Harrison Cove. Kayak through crystal clear waters in one of the most majestic places in the world.
- Suitable for all experience levels, no previous kayaking experience necessary
- Double kayaks available which are perfect for families. Minimum child age is 4 years
- Immerse yourself in the ultimate, all-inclusive Milford package – above, on and below the water
- Choose from our Scenic, Encounter Nature or Discover More Cruises
- Visit the Milford Discovery Centre & Underwater Observatory
- Intimate, up-close, kayak experience with spectacular views of the Pembroke Glacier
- Includes all equipment and clothing, safety briefing and a specialist kayak and nature guide
- Automated lift for easy entry and exit from the kayaks
Southern Discoveries offers the best range of experiences including the longest cruise, guided day trips, kayaking and an amazing underwater observatory - you'll discover more of Milford Sound with us.
Information and Bookings: St Omer Wharf, 110 Beach Street, Queenstown
Freephone: 0800 264 536
Fiordland National Park is a designated World Heritage Area…
Located on the South West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, Fiordland stretches over 124 miles (200 kilometres), from Milford Sound in the north to Preservation Inlet in the south. Covering 1.25 million hectares, Fiordland is the largest National Park in New Zealand and is administered and managed by the Department of Conservation.
It is also one of the wettest places in the world but it is the rain that contributes to the area's beauty. Waterfalls tumble down steep mountains to the sea and rain nourishes rich beech forest.
Fiordland's extraordinary serrated coastline and deep branching lakes were carved out by glaciers millions of years ago. The glaciers left behind a land internationally acclaimed for its spectacular scenery, isolation and uninhabited environment which became a designated World Heritage Area in 1986.
Described as the eighth wonder of the world, Milford Sound remains the only Fiord in this region that can be accessed by road and it is 16km from the head of the Fiord to the open sea.