New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands - Wildlife Cruise to Auckland and Campbell Islands
Cruise to New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands south of Invercargill - wildlife havens that very few experience. Experience The Snares, Auckland Islands and Campbell Island. Endemic wildlife and flora are plentiful - penguins, seals, whales, megaherbs.
Cruise aboard the Spirit of Enderby to New Zealand's ‘forgotten islands', remote, uninhabited and on no regular shipping route, access is restricted. Depart from Invercargill and Zodiac cruise the coastline of The Snares where we should see the Snares Crested Penguin, Fernbirds and Tomtits, all of which are endemic to these islands.
In the Auckland Islands we spend the day ashore on Enderby Island, arguably the most amazing Subantarctic Island where native birds such as Tui, Bellbird and parakeets may be seen and heard in the rata forest. On Campbell Island magnificent megaherbs can be seen. Walks on these islands include Mt. Honey, Col Lyall Saddle, North West Bay and South West Cape providing great photographic opportunities.
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