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This was the highlight of our south island trip. Simply superb scenery on both road to, and on the cruise. The coach driver, Adrian was very friendly and knowledgeable and we've stopped at many beautiful spots for photos. The coach itself has windows on the roof which let us see the high mountains of Fiorland National Park. The ship is modern and although our cabin was a bit small, it was quite cosy and comfortable. Plenty of nice foods & drinks available.As the weather was permitting, we went right out to Tasman Sea at sunset!
Fantastic! Whole experience was amazing and will recommend all my family and friends do this on their holidays to NZ.
The must for any traveller to New Zealand! Not the Milford Sound itself, but also the road to there - after it you may imagine for what reasons Peter Jackson shoot his Lord of the Rings movies in his native New Zealand! And, I guess, this choice is much better than one day (or half-day) cruise on Milford Sound. The evening in the fjord, the night on the ship and the fjord in the morning are the best of my impressions of New Zealand (where I have spent 2 weeks and have seen lot of attractive places). The only bad thing - weather was not good, but of course this is what any trip organaizer could not prevent or change.
Justin was our coach driver and his knowledge of the area is excellent. He consistently amazed us. He is also a very friendly, helpful guide.
My parents absolutely loved this tour. They were blown away by the scenery and everything this tour offered.
Crew was superb!
The bus driver was very knowledgeable and provided cafe stops, very nice, to help break up the drive to Milford Sound. As to be expected the scenery was outstandind. We were blessed with beautiful weather on the cruise. The food was wonderful and plentiful, thanks to the chef. A small backpack or carry on is all that is needed, as the cabins, though adequite, are very small.
Spectacular location, even more so in the pouring rain - hundreds of waterfalls in every direction, some blowing sideways, some raging torrents, some twice the height of Niagara - and the boat was warm, comfy and kept me well supplied with food and drink. Great scenery and views thru the glass roof of the bus there and back too.