Belonging to the Fiordland National Park along with the more popular Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound is a fiord located south-west of New Zealand. It is one of New Zealand’s top tourist places. People come here exclusively to experience the serene beauty of the surrounding nature. Some adventure activities like snorkelling and diving are add-ons to the visitor experience here. As mentioned by visitors, the best way to experience the fiord is by cruising around in the surrounding seas.
Doubtful Sound is 40 kms long and 421 meters deep. This makes the fiord the second largest and the deepest fiord of the South Island. It is spread out wider than Milford Sound with cliffs of comparatively lesser heights. The fiord is 'U' in shape and is prominently shown. The area is wet most of the time as it is receives heavy rainfall, just as the other fiords in Fiordland National Park. The average rainfall ranges from 120 inches to 240 inches. Dense native rainforest of New Zealand makes up for most of the vegetation on the fiord.
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