Fiordland National Park / Nieuw-Zeeland
The Fiordland National Park, with over 12,500 km2 is the largest national park in New Zealand. It covers most of Fiordland and the southwestern tip of the South Island. The park was laid out in 1952 and is until today the most inaccessible part of the country. In 1990 it was declared a UNESCO world nature heritage. Tourist attractions are mainly its fjords. Fiordland is one of the most sparsely populated regions of New Zealand. One of the greatest towns is Te Anau with about 2,000 inhabitants.