The Milford Sound Fly Cruise Fly combo is a popular way to experience one of the most photographed and most-visited areas of New Zealand’s South Island. Its musical-sounding Maori name is Piopiotahi, meaning ‘place of the singing thrush’. The sound was named Milford Sound by an early whaler/ sealer, John Grono, who named it after Milford Haven in Wales. The sound can be viewed from planes and boats (even kayaks). Our Fly Cruise Fly tour takes in both plane and boat options.
8:00am Summer/Autumn (1st October – 29 February & 4th April – 17th April)
10.00am Year Round
02.00pm Summer (1st October – 3rd April)
For the Fly Cruise Fly price, please refer to Milford Sound Flights. The tour takes about four hours. The weather plays a significant part in flying for the region and Air Milford’s Fly Cruise Fly tour operates only when conditions allow for safe and enjoyable flying. Our Fly Cruise Fly tour groups are small and you’ll enjoy commentary from your pilot during your flight and your escorted walk, from plane to boat though the lovely beech forests surrounding Milford Sound. Learn more about our Milford Sound flights tour options.
“An unbeatable fly-cruise-fly option for Milford Sound.”