Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Doubtful Sound Wilderness Cruise from Queenstown submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Very informative. Lots to see, especially when we found dolphins, penguins, and seals in the Sound. The 2-hour bus trip from Queenstown was also a good way to learn more about the area -- our driver for this part of the tour, Tracey, was very knowledgeable and answered any and all questions we had regarding the flora, fauna, and general lie of the land. The only thing the organisers couldn't fix was the weather, but it has rained for at least part of the trip every time I have ventured down to the south-west coast.Reviewed by: Gary M, March 2014
Really enjoyed trip although rather a long day. We had beautiful weather so don't know if it would be a different experience if the weather was bad.Reviewed by: Paula E, February 2014
Very goodReviewed by: Hazel B, February 2013
breathtaking beautyReviewed by: Paul B, March 2013
Superb trip - exciting going on the trip - 2 boat journeys, 2 coach journeys were brilliant but, and we were prior aware, that the return journey being the same naturally and understandably lost the "newness" and hating the Americanism "W*W" factor saying was lost on the return journey - superb just the same but wouldn't repeat the trip - flying back might be an option but not sensible because gaining little returning from Te-Anau.Reviewed by: Kenneth H, March 2013