An insightful journey to some of the 'forgotten islands' of the South Pacific.
Timed to coincide with magnificent floral displays, you will enjoy coastal cruising and walking on Snares, Auckland, Enderby and Campbell Islands. Appreciating the richness of the mega-herbs, the region has been named by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) as a world centre of floristic diversity.
Hike through the windswept rata forests, and along the exposed coastal cliffs of the Auckland Islands.
The jewel in the crown of the sub-Antarctic is Enderby Island, a small wildlife-rich island in the north of the group, where you may enjoy close encounters with the royal albatross.
» Visit remote and uninhabited southern islands
» Walk amongst magnificent floral displays and mega-herbs, rata forests and tussock fields
» Wind-swept cliffs and picturesque fiords
» View endemic birdlife such as the Snares Crested penguin, tomtit and fernbird, and other bird species such as albatross, petrel, bellbirds and shags
» Encounter the rarest sea lion in the world - the Hooker's sea lion