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Hi I am need of some advise!
My friend and I are doing the milford trek independently in nov and we are trying to decide what to do the night post the trek.
One site reccommended strongly that you should stay another night at milford sound or do the overnight cruise! I have looked into the cruise and it looks spectacular but I need advice on whether it is too much after the trek (we are early twenties- so we have a bit of fight left in us!).
thanks guys!

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