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Flight and Hike Trip: Milford Sound, Milford Track & Picnic

Product ID: 120181
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Take a majestic scenic flight from Queenstown to Milford Sound and walk on the world famous Milford Sound track. Enjoy a picnic lunch and marvel at Giant Gate waterfall before heading back by boat and plane again.
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Duration 7 hours
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Experience

Highlights
  • Fly over the spectacular Milford Sound and over Lake Wakatipu
  • Enjoy fresh air and nature on a guided walk on Mildford Track
  • Marvel at the stunning natural surrounds and Giant Gate waterfall
Full description
Fly from Queenstown airport over Lake Wakatipu, taking in the grandeur of the Southern Alp as you fly deep into the heart of Fiordland National Park. Sweep the length of Milford Sound where you can take in unparalleled views of world famous Milford Sound and Mitre Peak before landing at Milford Sound airport.

Upon landing you will meet your guide for the day and take a short boat ride to begin your walk on the Milford Track. You'll begin your 3.5-hour guided walk, meandering alongside the cascading Arthur River then Lake Ada, on a well-formed track. Your destination and half-way point is Giant Gate waterfall.

After enjoying a delicious picnic lunch, return by boat transfer and board your plane for a scenic flight back over the Milford Track and Fiordland to Queenstown.
Includes
  • Picnic lunch
  • Return 40 minute scenic flights from Queenstown to Milford Sound
  • 3-hour guided walk on the world famous Milford Sound Track
  • Complimentary transfers are offered from all central Queenstown accommodation providers

When you get there

Meeting point

Complimentary transfers are provided from all central Queenstown accommodation

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Know before you go
Please wear comfortable walking shoes for this excursion