Milford Sound is situated in the south west at the south Island of New Zealand, surrounded by the National Park of Fiordland of Piopiotahi oceanic preserve. This is the World Heritage site of Te Wahipounamu, judging the world’s zenith trek destination in a worldwide survey and it is really a fiord dominating by Mitre Peak. The Milford Sound is the most important reverberation surrounding with scenic oblige throughout the mountains, highly praised as New Zealand‘s most prominent tourist spot which was called the eighth Wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling. You can go all the way through the Homer Tunnel, which was a main engineering achievement since it slices the Main split.
Milford Sound runs about 15km inland from the Tasman Sea at Dale Point surrounding with the peaks; sheer rock faces (1200m), the Elephant (1517m) and the Lion (1302m). The most attractions of it are the Stirling falls and Lady Bowen falls, enduring waterfalls in Milford reverberation sporting all year round, beside this there are hundreds of momentary waterfalls can be found running down the vertical sided rock faces during the rainy season which lined into the fiord. The beauty of this milieu draws the thousands of visitors every day which makes the reverberation one of the most-visited tourist spots in New Zealand as well as makes the most prominent tourist destination also. The submarine tourist observatory established one of the bays in this reverberation which provides to view of black coral in much deeper waters. A shady surface layer of clean water discoloring by tannins from the neighboring forests permits the corals to grow on the point of the surface there which is the another attractions of Milford Sound.