Located in the South-western corner of New Zealand’s South Island, Fiordland is home to some of the country’s most wild and dramatic scenery. Fiordland is one of the largest National Parks in the world and a World Heritage area. The area is testament to the power of nature, here waterfalls tumble hundreds of yards into virgin forest and lonely fiords tower above the visitor. Many Moari legends pertain to the areas formation, it is said that the warrior demi-god Tuterakiwhanoa carved the rugged landscape from formless rock with a gigantic sword. As one looks around at the steep valley walls crowned by pointed mountaintops, it is easy to imagine. Fiordland comprises an enormous area, covered in rivers and lakes, almost all of which hold trout. Carefully chosen, our accommodation is based in the small town of Te Anau right in the heart of Fiordland and some of the best trout fishing on the planet. There are over 40 trout rivers within a 2 hour drive of Te Anau from large tail-waters to small springcreeks, and all of these become our playground during your hosted trip. Our guides are carefully selected and represent the very best fly fishing guides of the area.