Zegrahm Expeditions to Visit Rare South Pacific Islands

Zegrahm Expeditions is preparing to sail to new territory, on their first-ever exploration of the wild and isolated South Pacific Islands of Kermadec and Chatham.

You can discover the soaring tree fern, one of the world’s rarest plants, on Raoul, Macauley, and Curtis Islands, in this region of the South Pacific. Huge populations of breeding seabirds include allied shearwaters and black-winged petrels, and snorkeling and diving opportunities reveal more than 145 species of fish that call this extensive marine reserve home.

Visit New Zealand’s north island to witness Maori culture and historical sights, then travel to Chatham Island with its towering cliffs, rugged coastline, dense forests, and remote farms. Join our expert naturalists in the discovery of these remote islands of the Pacific.

To view more information on this unique itinerary, visit the Sunstone Tours & Cruises website.


Posted on August 31, 2009, in South Pacific and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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