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Detailed Itinerary

Flight to Chatham Islands on Air Chatham. Arriving in the afternoon. Transfer to hotel.

Accommodation: Hotel Chatham or similar

3 days exploring the Island with several options (additional cost): Walking Tours, Geology Tour, Fishing & Diving, Bird Tours, Botanical tour, day tour to Pitt Island. A one day tour with some of the islands key highlights is included. Meet your driver at the hotel. Travel north to Ohira visiting the amazing Basalt Columns, part of lava flows dated 80 million years ago. Visit the Island’s most sheltered harbour, Port Hutt which has the most shipwrecks on the island. Travelling through part of the Waitangi West Station and visit the iconic Stone Mission Cottage. Built by German missionaries in the 1860’s this is the oldest house on Chatham Island. After lunch along Manganui Beach, drive to Hapupu National Historic Reserve and discover Dendroglyphs - Moriori tree carvings. Also visit Broughton Landing – an old Mission and Whaling Station, before across many paddocks, to reach the huge Fur Seal Colony at Point Munning

Transfer to Airport for return flight

  • Flight: Auckland/Christchurch/Wellington return flight to Chatham Island on AIR CHATHAM.
  • Transfer on Chatham Island.
  • One full day guided tour Chatham Island (any other tours will be offered by the hotel)
  • Four nights (ex WLG 5 day option)
  • 3 x lunches (ex WLG 5 day

  • International airfares
  • Optional activities
  • Other meals, drinks, tips and other personal expenses or services not specified on the program
  • Personal equipment
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Voluntary tips for guides or drivers
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Any items not mentioned as included

Trip Highlights

Chatham Islands - Geology Tour - Fishing & Diving - Pitt Island - Waitangi West Station - Hapupu National Historic Reserve

Departure Period

26 Sep, 2021 to 30 Apr, 2022
AUD 3,233 P P twin share
AUD 4,213 P P single

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