Te Anau

The town of Te Anau is located in the southern region of New Zealand’s South Island. This scenic place, situated on the eastern bank of Lake Te Anau (the largest lake on South Island), is known as the gateway to the unique geographical attractions of Milford Sound (with its rich marine life and spectacular views), and the Fiordland National Park (with the excellent Kepler, Routeburn and Milford trails to enjoy). However, beautiful Te Anau does have a lot to offer in its own right, and active travellers can enjoy water sports on the lake, such as kayaking, canoeing and sailing, while gentle boat cruises offer a relaxing way to enjoy the fiords. Trout fishing is a popular activity in the area, and the incredible Te Anau Caves feature glow-worms and an underground waterfall.

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