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Vacation rentals in Te Anau, outdoor adventure paradise
Vacation homes in Te Anau, New Zealand, are almost as epic as the surrounding landscape – large, open-plan, one-storey houses with large gardens overlooking lakes or overlooked by mountain ranges. Wherever you stay, the landscape beckons from your bright, airy accommodation, offering somewhere to rest your weary legs after a day spent outdoors.
Many of the activities on offer at Te Anau, including short tramping routes, climbing, and sightseeing, are suitable for children. Children will also enjoy a trip to Stewart Island, where you can see wild kiwi birds at home in their natural habitat.
The glow worm caves at Te Ana-au are an unmissable attraction for children of all ages. The caves are viewed from a specially-built touring boat, which can be booked at one of the local adventure centers.
Vacations in Te Anu are not for the faint-hearted
Excursions are the name of the game in this Southland town, bordering Fiordland National Park, home to Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Popular activities in the national park include climbing and tramping, with Milford Track and Kepler Track being favorites among adventure-seekers and lovers of natural beauty.
Sightseeing excursions are a must, whether you choose to walk the trails or join a helicopter or seaplane tour of the mountain ranges and parks. Local tour operator Real Journeys is located in the center of Te Anau. It offers cruises, tours of the Te Ana-au caves and glow worm grotto, bike tours, and river rafting.
Annual events at Te Anau
The region's biggest event incorporates the area’s strong adventure culture. The Kepler Challenge, named for the Kepler Mountain Range, takes place every December. This mountain run follows the Kepler Track through the Fiordland National Park, beginning at the gates of Lake Te Anau.
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