Sub Antarctic Islands Of New Zealand

New Zealand

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We are among a small, exclusive number of operators that hold permits to travel to these far-flung isles. Departing on January 16, 2020.

Details

Duration: 16 Days
Starts in: New Zealand
Group Size: 100

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Arrive Dunedin

Choose one of two local discovery options.

Join naturalists for lectures and on deck to look for royal, white-capped, and Buller’s albatross.

Today nature walks lead you through lush vegetation and rata forests to explore this incredible island.

Attend lectures during a day at sea.

Spend two days exploring Macquarie Island.

Spend a relaxing and educational day at sea.

Campbell Island is home to a multitude of seabirds, marine mammals, and unique sub-Antarctic megaherbs.

Board Zodiacs for a cruise around The Snares.

Peaceful Stewart Island is home to fewer than 500 inhabitants.

Today is devoted to Fiordland National Park, a nearly uninhabited wilderness with breathtakingly beautiful fjords.

Keep your binoculars ready as the ship slowly cruises Doubtful Sound.

Be on deck this morning to watch the panorama of Milford’s sheer cliff faces, which rise thousands of feet almost vertically from the water’s edge.

Today choose one of three excursion options, designed to highlight Queenstown’s natural and cultural attributes.

After breakfast, transfer to the airport.

Additional Information

One of the few operators allowed to travel the far-flung isles of the Southern Ocean, join us on a journey through the Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand, as well as Macquarie Island. On this epic journey to the remote Sub-Antarctic Islands of New Zealand, you’ll discover some of the most rare and intriguing plant and animal species on the planet. A must-visit destination for all nature enthusiasts, wildlife viewing along the coasts and islands of this region is simply exceptional!

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