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  • Manapouri Scenic Highlights New Zealand

    …power station, and a bus trip over the majestic Wilmot Pass to Deep Cove. Lake Manapouri Lake Manapouri has been described as the most beautiful lake in New Zealand. It is surrounded by towering often snow-capped mountains and cuts deep into the wild untamed wilderness of Fiordland. The long shore…

  • Doubtful Sound Fiordland New Zealand

    …waterfalls. Main waterfalls include the Browne Falls, cascading 619 metres to the fiord near the beautiful Hall Arm, and the Helena Falls at Deep Cove. The soaring 900-metre sea cliff of Commander Peak is an imposing sight at the entrance to Hall Arm. Doubtful Sound is home to Bottlenose dolphins,…

  • Lake Manapouri New Zealand, Lake Manapouri Fiordland New Zealand

    …launch trip across Lake Manapouri to West Arm, a visit to the West Arm underground power station, and a bus trip over the majestic Wilmot Pass to Deep Cove. Those who have come to know this extraordinary lake value greatly the seclusion and pristine scenery to be found in its many arms and bays. For…

  • Manapouri Activities New Zealand

    …is located. From there a bus carries the tourists through a tunnel borrowing its way through the mountain range and then over Wilmot Pass to Deep Cove an inlet of Doubtful Sound. Then a second cruise is taken across Doubtful Sound where one cannot help but stare in awe at yet more spectacular…

  • Blenheim Activities New Zealand

    …and Pelorus Sound. Picton, Marlborough New Zealand Photographer: Ivor Wilkins ( * Arrive by sea through the glorious maze of deep coves and bays of Queen Charlotte Sound. Fine restaurants and accommodation lodges beckon * Explore the town of Picton. European settlement of this area…

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