Archive for October, 2010

  • Truly spectacular  – the Milford Sound Geographical Features
    Truly spectacular – the Milford Sound Geographical Features
    A world renowned natural wonder where you will witness spectacular waterfalls running down in the sea making a gushing sound, lushly covered dense rainforests, Milford sound is aptly the most famous visitor destination in New Zealand. Acc. To a Maori legend, a Godly figure, Tu Te Raki Whanoa carved the Fiordland and yes this place is God’s own creation. It seems that the almighty has bestowed Milford sound with bounties of nature. Milford sound geographical features receive rainfall almost 182 days of the year, thus making it the wettest place in New Zealand. But this also not stops the tourist to keep flocking in and marvel at its majestic beauty. Number of scenic cruises and an underwater observatory provides wide view of the black coral and underwater life. World famous for azure wilderness and unmatched water sport activities  [...]
    Posted at October 1st, 2010 at 01:10 am