Wanderer Overnight Cruise
- Price from:
- 154 NZD /person
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 2 days
- 17 hours
- Location Start:
- Milford Wharf
- Location Finish:
- Milford Wharf
- Start time:
- 04.30 pm
- End time:
- 09.30 am
- We Speak:
Last updated: 10/15/2008
The Milford Wanderer offers a unique dinner, bed and breakfast experience. The Milford Wanderer cruises the full-length of Milford Sound to the Tasman Sea. Offering an amazing overnight experience.
At a leisurely pace the vessel explores points of interest and there is plenty of time available to view waterfalls, rainforest, mountains and wildlife with the experienced nature guide. After reaching the open sea, the vessel returns under sail (wind permitting), and anchors overnight in Harrison Cove. There are opportunities to go kayaking or to explore in the vessels tender craft. A hearty evening meal is included and a fully licensed bar sells beer, wine and spirits. Accommodation is comfortable bunk style in quad-share compartments with shared bathroom facilities. Next morning, following a hearty cooked or continental breakfast, there is time for additional cruising before returning to the Milford Wharf. Suitable for most ages, except infants. Not suitable for wheelchair clients due to steep stairs. A Milford Sound Underwater Observatory is available to passengers traveling from Milford who do not need to connect with coach or flight connections.
Returns to Milford Wharf by 9:00am. Coach and scenic flight options are available from Queenstown and Te Anau.
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