Expedition to the Albatross Latitudes
17 Days - Coral Geographer
Journey into the wilds of New Zealand’s Southern Ocean from the deep and quiet fiords of Murihiku (Southland) to the mysterious and protected wildlife reserves and still remote landscapes of the subantarctic Campbell and Auckland Islands. Hike through colourful fields of mega herbs, visit the ‘world’s loneliest tree’, learn the histories of the land and meet with locals to encounter vibrant cultures along the way. See diverse and rare endemic wildlife up close including albatross, penguins, seabirds and the New Zealand sea lion. A small ship expedition to these islands is an education in pristine isolated environments and a glimpse into an unspoiled natural world.