NZ: South- Milford sound and invercargil

Day 19: Milford Sound

We would say this is  one of the main must do’s in NZ. The scenic drive to the sound makes it so much more worthwhile too. Again check out the pics but you need to see it with your own eyes to appreciate the scale of it.

That night we stayed in a very remote location called gunns camp,  quite cool but don’t bother with the journey if you’re not already on the Stray bus going there.

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Day 20: Invercargil

There Isn’t a whole lot to do in invercargill but it’s close to bluff where you get the ferry to Stuart island and it’s also close to the catlins. We decided not to do Stuart island as we only had one night and you really need more time here to make it worth it.

The catlins are some really nice beaches. They’re normally meant to be a good  place to spot dolphins,  unfortunately it wasn’t meant to be in our case. Also there has been known to be penguin sightings!  Although we didn’t see either of these but we  did see a massive sea lion :).

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