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18 Sea Kayaking
9 Milford Sound - Fiordland National Park
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We’re proud to be New Zealand’s longest established owner operated sea kayaking company. Operating 365 days a year, we offer heaps of different guided sea kayaking adventures, each showcasing Milford Sound in its own unique kiwi way. Plus we’re the only sea kayaking business permitted to explore the outer fiord including the mighty Stirling Falls!
South Island ▷ Fiordland ▷ Milford Sound - Fiordland National Park
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While you do have to work for it, well worth the effort! Takes you close and personal with the wildlife. Knowledgeable and experienced guides.
Great experience! Highly recommended :) we did the morning paddle and had an enthusiastic guide who was very knowledgable on the area. We saw Dolphins, seals, penguins and of course some of the amazing sights of Milford Sound!
Despite the constant Milford rain, we had a great experience exploring the Fiord with our friendly, knowledgeable guide. The team was really well organised.
Great value for money offered by this product which is a morning kayaking followed by a water taxi back to the port. Our guide was fantastic and we were able to get close to the penguins and seals.
Fran and Ben
Amazing scenery, unforgettable experience. Best way to see Milford Sound. Ollie and Mandela were very informative and helped make the experience perfect!!
Nice kayaking, good guide, however, a bit expensive.
Nice kayaking in beautiful scenery with a good interpretation by our friendly guide Morty. We saw a couple of fur seals. We were in a group of 7 people and it is good that it was not crowded. Price $155. They provide you with all the clothes you need.
I did the Morning Glory trip. As you kayak the entire length of the Sound it is quite strenuous but it is so worth it. It is really peaceful and you get to see the stunning scenery as well as wildlife much closer than on a tour boat - we saw seals and penguins. Only 9 out of 10 due to man eating sandflies!