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Tours are limited to 19 passengers to ensure the best kiwi hospitality. All tours include a delicious kiwi style BBQ, as well as a great commentary, stunning Milford Sound scenic cruise, and plenty of great additional sightseeing.
Freedom Mobility client feedback:
“I took a trek to Milford Sound with the BBQ Bus folks who were amazing despite never doing a wheelchair passenger. I had no issues. I transferred to the bottom of the small van and they helped me in to the seat. Highly recommend their tour – Nick and Mayumi were fantastic guides.” – Keith
“For wheelchair users, driving to Milford Sound and back from Queenstown in a day is possible but not recommended. The route poses many challenges for foreign drivers and is best enjoyed slowly with frequent stops. I planned to drive to Milford Sound on one day (stopping in Te Anau for lunch), staying the night there and driving back the following day. Doing it any other way would be frankly tiring and dangerous. Another option might be to stay instead in Te Anau and drive to Milford Sound there and back from that location – but I would still advise staying in Milford overnight, because you want to maximise your time there – once you arrive you don’t want to leave!” – Andy K