The isolated Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand are a place of wild landscapes, rare wildlife, and immense beauty. Found deep in the Southern Ocean, the islands are the highest protected nature reserves in New Zealand, complete with a UNESCO World heritage status. Join a luxury expedition cruise and uncover the majestic beauty of New Zealand’s rugged Subantarctic Islands.

Top Things to do in the Subantarctic Islands
- Explore The Snares, home to a myriad of endemic bird species. The North East island is forested and the world’s premier breeding area for the sooty shearwaters.

- See the world’s largest breeding colony of New ...

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