Experience New Zealand's wildlife rich Subantarctic Islands and Chatham Islands . Dolphins, Penguins, Seals, Albatross & more

Twenty five years ago, biologist Rodney Russ began a small family business in Christchurch as a way to create ‘wilderness ambassadors’ for New Zealand's remote and wildlife rich Subantarctic Islands south of Invercargill.

Adult
$15,000.00 - $22,500.00

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Join us on this nineteen day expedition to see the best of New Zealand's wildlife and birdlife. Visit a part of New Zealand that very few people are fortunate enough to visit.
Departing from Invercargill every November, we travel onboard the Spirit of Enderby to the 'Alabatross Isles', where ten of the world's albatross species breed; five of them nowhere else but here! In fact this zone hosts the most diverse collection of seabirds in the world. More than 40 species breed down here - that is at least 11 percent of the world's seabird population.
Explore New Zealand's Subantarctic including the Auckland Islands, Snares, Campbell Island and the Chathams. Nearly all islands are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites. Limited Cabins available

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Experience New Zealand's wildlife rich Subantarctic Islands and Chatham Islands . Dolphins, Penguins, Seals, Albatross & more , 53B Montreal Street, Sydenham, Christchurch, Christchurch - Canterbury, 8023, New Zealand.

Opening times

Business hours:
8.30am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday
Months of operation:
Nov, Dec

Pricing and Conditions

Adult $15,000.00 - $22,500.00
Other charges:
Land Fees of approx $1142

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  Written Spoken
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