Fiordland National Park in New Zealand is more than 2 million acres in size. It encompasses mountain, lake, fiord and rainforest environments.
The Department of Conservation administers the Park and nature guides lead kid-friendly explorations. A hi rate of the plants and animals have evolved to be completely unique to this area.
Human activity within Fiordland has been limited. Early Maori (Indigenous people) hunted there, caught fish from the sea and gathered New Zealand Jade from the rivers.
Kids Go Free specials are available during New Zealand holidays. More details are here.