Calling all extreme adventure lovers! Are you looking for one of the most unforgettable experiences possible? Or do you want to learn as much as possible about ecosystems, to make the world a better place? Either way, you should aim to visit New Zealand’s Auckland Islands on your next day off! These Subantarctic Islands are highly protected nature reserves, and as such entry is only permitted via a permit. However, there are some cruises that can bring you to the islands.

Where are the worlds most remote islands?

There are multiple places throughout the world that are classified as remote, by having little to no inhabitants. In the Southern Hemisphere, the most remote islands would be the Subantarctic Islands of Auckland and Campbell, between New Zealand and Antarctica.

These islands are world recognised heritage sites and nature reserves, and as such are afforded the highest amount of protection from both New Zealand and Australian Governments. Visitors can attend the “Birding Down Under” tour which lasts 18 days and explores the massive amounts of bird and plant species on the islands. So, what in the world are you waiting for? If you want to have the experience of a lifetime, try to take a visit to the Subantarctic Islands!

  • Highly restricted to protect wildlife.
  • Multiple tours are available.
  • Extensive times for expeditions on the islands.