Doubtful Sound is the largest of the 13 Fiords running down the southwest coast of New Zealand's South Island. Its three arms are dotted with islands and surrounded by untouched wilderness.
Itís simply world famous, you just have to do it!
The flight from Te Anau into Doubtful Sound is internationally acclaimed as one of the most magnificent flights in the world with dramatic, powerful, pristine scenery. The best way to view the impressive vastness of this World Heritage National Park is by air. Once in the air, you will enjoy a tactile encounter with the Fiordland environment - snow capped peaks, crystal clear lakes, spectacular waterfalls and ancient lush rainforest - all home to Doubtful Sound. Your first glimpse of the world famous icon Mitre Peak looming high above the waters of Doubtful Sound will invoke lifelong memories of Doubtful Sound. It took millions of years for nature to create the towering mountains and the glaciers to carve its deep fiords. It will take you only a few hours to encapsulate this magnificent scenery from one of our many flight options. Offering personalised and exclusive excursions, our philosophy is to preserve our green clean image-our products leave no footprints.
Child: 4 to14 years (inclusive) Child Rates apply
Pre-schooler:3 years and under Free of charge
Children must be accompanied by a fare paying adult
Minimum 2 Passengers
All flights operate subject to suitable weather conditions. Milford Sound and the Fiordland region have an average annual rainfall of 7-8 metres (300inches), and to get there we fly over the Southern Alps. As with all mountainous areas, the weather here is changeable, so it is important you to call us 1 hour prior to your flight departure time to make sure the weather is suitable. We fly only when the weather is good enough for us to provide you with a great scenic flight.
Te Anau, New Zealand