Te Anau is situated on the eastern banks of Lake Te Anau, the largest on New Zealand’s South Island. Our Te Anau accommodation
provides a gateway to the majesty of the Fiordland National Park, a wilderness area renowned for its birdlife, including the endangered Takahe.
The Fiordland National Park is popular for tramping as its spectacular scenery provides a breathtaking backdrop for the many trails and treks on offer. From your Te Anau accommodation visit the National Park Museum and Ecology Centre to learn more about the many species of wildlife in the area and in particular the plight of some of the endangered inhabitants of New Zealand.
A stay in our accommodation in Te Anau
offers you many activities on the water. Hire a row boat or kayak and take a leisurely paddle across the lake, or increase your speed and opt for a motor boat or Jet Ski. There are many tour operators in Te Anau, so if you don’t want to take yourself, it’s just as easy to hop on a cruise, or follow a guided trip of the lake.
Another must-see attraction during your stay in one of our Te Anau hotels
are the Te Anau caves. These limestone caves are located on the western side of the lake and are an underground wonderland of waterfalls and whirlpools. The caves are also home to a magical glow worm grotto, all of which can be seen on tours operated from Te Anau.