We are proud to have our short film titled 'Galapagos of the Southern Ocean' achieve third place in the ATTA Adventure Travel 'Adventure in Motion' film awards. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of those who voted for our entry.
The Subantarctic Islands that lie South of mainland New Zealand are tiny havens for some of the most abundant and unique wildlife on the planet. The region comprised of six groups of islands: the Bounty Islands, the Antipodes, the Snares, the Auckland Islands, Campbell Island and Macquarie Island. Flora and fauna are densely concentrated in the Subantarctic Islands: the number of indigenous plants and seabirds found in the Subantarctic Islands is far greater than that found on similar groups in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It is little wonder that these islands of the Subantarctic are all Nature Reserves and World Heritage sites.
You can watch the short-film 'Galapagos of the Southern Ocean' by clicking here.
Click here to find out more about our range of expeditions to the Subantarctic Islands, including the 'Galapagos of the Southern Ocean' expedition.
Photo credit: KRiedel