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A place where time stands still

Reconnect with friends, family, and nature.
 

Fostering deeper connections with nature and loved ones.

Explore ever-changing landscapes, embrace Fiordlands natural beauty, and uncover a rich history.

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Embark on a timeless journey

It is rare to find a place where time stands still,  a big part of what makes Fiordland special is its isolation, no roads or mobile phones mean you can truly connect with friends, family and nature without distraction. Endless changing landscapes present themselves as we move around the Fiords with native flora and fauna are on show around every corner.

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Rich in natural and cultural history

While relatively unchanged by time, stories of early Māori and Pākehā history within the fiords present themselves around every corner, alongside more recent history in groundbreaking conservation efforts

When is the best time to visit Fiordland? 

We think any day is a good day to be in Fiordland, whether there are bluebird sunny days or you are experiencing a true Fiordland rainstorm the weather is all part of the adventure. 

 

We run our charters from September through until June, during spring the fiords are full of wildlife returning to the area to rest up and breed following winter. In summer the days are long with the sun setting as late as 10.30pm, meaning plenty of time to explore. Autumn is typically associated with the deer rut and hunters come from far and wide to hunt Red Stags in the roar. 

Let the adventure begin.

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Annie B, Wellington

"Your ‘nose to tail’ philosophy and sustainable fishing ethos is commendable. We have all come away with a lots to put into practice. And then the food! What can we say except….Exceptional!"
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