Did you ever wanted to go to Jurassic Park but weren’t so sure about the dinosaurs? You think you missed your chance to visit Gondwana? Fiordland is a UN world heritage area and New Zealand’s largest national park that is unique in many ways. Its unspoiled wilderness comprises spectacular mountains, ancient rain forests and deep fiords, which are home to an amazing array of marine wildlife. Seals, dolphins, penguins, whales and bizarre deep-sea creatures – Fiordland has it all and is a must-see place for everyone traveling to New Zealand.