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Bird Watching Tour to the Sub Antarctic Islands 2020

Tiny dots in the Southern Ocean, sometimes called the Forgotten Islands, New Zealand and Australia’s Sub-Antarctic isles are among the least visited places on Earth. Isolated, wild, and world-renowned for their bird colonies, these islands shine like eco-emeralds in a sapphire sea. Little wonder that they're often referred to as the “Galapagos of the Southern Ocean”.

Now you can be one of the privileged few to say that they have travelled to this spectacular region with Silver Explorer's new expedition cruise. Departing 19th December 2020, this 16 night journey promises an unforgettable Christmas & New Year experience.



- Return flights economy class flight to Dunedin from any Australian  airport
- Private transfer from airport to hotel
- 2 night pre-cruise stay at Distinction Hotel in Dunedin including breakfast
- 14-night cruise from Dunedin in a mid-ship outside cabin onboard SILVER EXPLORER
- Parka and Gumboots
- Guided Zodiac, land and sea tours, and
- Shoreside activities
- Enrichment lectures
- Unlimited Free Wifi
- Onboard tips and port charges
- All meals onboard with an Open Bar*
- 24 hour room service
- English speaking lecturer
- Expedition team


Cruise Line: Silverseas Cruises
Ship: Silver Explorer
Departs: 19 December 2020
Operator: YTC

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16 nights from »   $14,990


Silver Explorer is expedition cruising at its very best, offering the perfect combination of adventure and comfort.

A fleet of 12 Zodiac boats allows Silversea Expedition guests to visit even the most off-the-beaten path locations and an expert Expedition Team provides insight to each adventure ashore. Our cruise highlights are scheduled to include:

> Scenic cruising through Milford Sound and Dusky Sound

> Zodiac cruising at The Snares NZ

> Guided walk on the Auckland Island NZ

> Guided walk on the Stewart Island NZ

> Guided walk on Macquarie Island Australia

> Guided walk on Campbell Island NZ

> Zodiac cruising at The Enderby Island NZ