Fiordland Conservation trip

I've been lucky enough to have done a few trips into Fiordland National Park this year, and it's safe to say that; every time I go back, I am completely blown away.

This particular trip was with the Department of Conservation. It was concentrating on pest control, eradication and bird counts on the super impressive islands and coastlines in Fiordland National Park.

This particular trip was with the Department of Conservation.

It was concentrating on pest control, eradication and bird counts on the super impressive islands and coastlines in Fiordland National Park.

Sunset on Secretary Island. The Island is essentially a mountain range (8140 Hectares) that has been cut off from the mainland by deep Fiords. The peaks tower straight out of the sea to jaw dropping elevations. 

Sunset on Secretary Island.

The Island is essentially a mountain range (8140 Hectares) that has been cut off from the mainland by deep Fiords. The peaks tower straight out of the sea to jaw dropping elevations. 

Sunrise from the highest point of the remote Secretary Island, 1200m high.

Sunrise from the highest point of the remote Secretary Island, 1200m high.

This is the boat we were living on for the week.

This is the boat we were living on for the week.

Everywhere you look, the landscape is wild, raw, and completely untouched.

Everywhere you look, the landscape is wild, raw, and completely untouched.

I feel so lucky to have gotten to go on this adventure, it was the trip of a lifetime for me. I got to go places where very few people have set foot before and experience a different kind of trip by being at sea for a week.