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Travellers in search of new and unique adventures need look no further than a cruise to New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands. These archipelagos at the ends of the Earth are now the most isolated on the planet. Free from any human activity, they are home to a diversity of endemic plant and animal species that we cannot see anywhere else in the world.

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Dunedin - Dunedin
14 nights on board
14/12/2022 to the 28/12/2022
Dunedin - Dunedin
14 nights on board
28/12/2022 to the 11/01/2023
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Dunedin - Dunedin
11 nights on board
11/01/2023 to the 22/01/2023

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Highlights - New Zealand Subantarctic Islands

The New Zealand Subantarctic Islands comprise five of the seventeen subantarctic islands bordering the Southern Ocean. Located off the coast of New Zealand's South Island, where Antarctic and subtropical influences converge, the Snares Islands, Bounty Islands, Antipodes Islands, Auckland Islands and Campbell Islands archipelagos remain completely protected from human activity and are some of the planet's most wild and untamed islands. Together as a group they are inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for their incredible biodiversity: a paradise for naturalists!

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