Dusky Fiord is part of Fiordland National Park, New Zealand's most bewitching landscape. Situated on the south-western coast of the South Island, Captain Cook spent 5 weeks of his second voyage here in 1773. He made landings at Pickersgill Harbour and Astronomers Point, where the remains of tree stumps show where he built an observatory from which his remarkably accurate surveys were obtained.
Note that the sea approach can be rough at times, the rainfall intense and the mountains tops hidden in mist.
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