Doubtful Sound in Queenstown is the most beautiful place here. The bay is full of towering mountains, dense vegetation, and the sea is very calm. There are often dolphins and whales. So take a boat to enter the customs to watch dolphins and whales. The best tourist project here, you must come and experience it.
There are 2 inner bays and many beautiful waterfalls in the fjord, including Browne Falls in Hall Arm and Helena Falls in Deep Cove. Browne Falls (Browne Falls) rushes down from a height of 619 meters. The 900-meter-high Commander Peak is a striking view at the entrance of Hall Bay. In addition, Doubtful Bay is also home to bottlenose dolphins, New Zealand seals and Fiordland Crested Penguins.
Outside Fantastic Man is the most magnificent place in the entire Queenstown, where there is a magnificent view of the Strait. The towering peaks on both sides of the bank plunge into the sky, and there are magnificent waterfalls in the mountains. The water in the fjord is very calm, and there are often dolphins and whales, which is a great place to watch them.
This bay is more suitable to be seen from a high place. It is still beautiful. It is like emerald inlaid in the mountains. You can also go to sea. If you are going to sea, you should go with a group to find a boat. This will save you worry.
Doubtful Sound is a newly developed fjord, and there are much fewer tourists than Milf Sound. But the scenery is also very good, here you can see seals and penguins, if you are lucky, you can also see dolphins chasing each other out of the sea.