Doubtful Sound5 Votes Currently Open
- Address: New Zealand, Te Anau
- Tags: Geological Formation, Family And Kids, Nature
Doubtful Sound is a naturally imposing fiord in the southwest part of New Zealand. The Doubtful Sound is the second most popular tourist destination in New Zealand after Milford Sound. With a depth of 421 meters, Doubtful Sound is the deepest fiord among the fiords of South Island. The area is surrounded by dense rainforest and it receives heavy rainfall throughout the year. You can reach Doubtful Sound only by boat cruises. The less common way to reach is to travel by sea.