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About Doubtful Sound

Doubtful Sound (discovered by Captain Cook in the 1700s) is the deepest and second largest fiord in New Zealand's Fiordland National Park. It's a vast and breathtaking wilderness of rugged glacier-carved mountains, carpeted with dense and bountiful rainforest, which is broken every now and then by a spectacular waterfall thundering into the water below. Its three distinct winding arms and numerous islands set this fiord apart from its sisters. As you make your way slowly and expertly through the fiord you may catch a glimpse of some of its famous residents - the bottlenose dolphins and fur seals - as they play in the pure water. Keep your eyes peeled too for the rare Fiordland Crested Penguin often found on the small islets at the entrance to the fiord. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity as you drink in the sheer scale and beauty of this place and marvel at the power of Mother Nature.

 

Shore excursions in Doubtful Sound (cruise into)

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