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Fiordland National Park

Listed under in South Island, New Zealand.

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  • Photo of Fiordland National Park
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The southern tip of New Zealand may seem cool now, but it used to be much cooler – covered in glaciers, which are what created this breathtaking landscape that best resembles a heart monitor read out of troughs and peaks. Scenic treasures, the Milford Sound, and the Milford Track that surrounds it, Mitre Peak, Doubtful Sound, Dusky Sound, Lake Te Anau and the Sutherland Falls are all within the parks boundaries – this is New Zealand's largest national park. Lots of rainfall keeps the park lush and green as well as cool, conditional perfect for the deer, dolphins, seals and huge variety of birds who live here.

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