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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Perfect base to visit Milford Sound - one of the most magical places on this earth.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Te Anau is a rgeat quiet little town with great treks... stick to the high ground for the best views. Best to see Milford Sound in late summer. If you wait towards the end of "the season," the prices drop, especially for the first boat tour of the day. Bring insect repellant. The sand flies are worse in Milford Sound than almost everywhere else. Bring a good camera, it is difficult to capture the scope of this part of the country even with a really nice one. Check out the Mirror Lakes on your way to Milford from Te Anau. Pack a lunch, there is only one place to buy food in Milford.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Milford Sound! Hopefully you'll get as lucky as I did and you get non-rainy day. They're VERY rare.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Book a trip with "Real Journeys" to see Doubtful Sound. Even more impressing than Milford Sound, and more off the beaten track.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    te Anau is the gateway to the Milford and Doubtful sounds. Awesome summer and winter, book a trip across the lake and to doubtful sound for a cruise.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Einfach Wundervoll!!! Grossartige Landschaft!
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    Go and see Milford and doubtfull sound.
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    The friendliest people and romantic sunsets. The tour of the sounds was absolutely amazing and magical. The giant waterfalls and dolphins swimming with us by the ship left us in awe!
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    Te Anau, South Island, New Zealand
    If you're here and it's raining, count yourself lucky. Take the boat ride anyway. The captain will take the boat under the waterfalls, but you're wet anyway, so stay up top and feel the spray. Everything comes out in the rain; instead of 10 little waterfalls coming down a sunny hillside, you'll have 50 little waterfalls and 3 big ones coming down a mountainside shrouded in an eerie mist that's not comparable to anything. It looks as though the water and mountain go on forever. A sunny day I'm sure is quite nice, but the experience of Milford in the rain is one you are not soon to forget. Just be sure everything you have on is quite waterproof, the drive is long so a second pair of everything will keep you cozy on the way out.
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