Ocean Ports of Call

Henderson Island - Pitcairn Highlights:
Blowholes & Birds
Henderson Island is an upraised former coral atoll which has fascinating eroded rock formations, with giant blowholes flinging up tremendous sea-spray. Very rare birds inhabit the island, including the Henderson Island rail and Stephen's lori. Numerous underwater ravines and crevices support a great diversity of fish such as soldier fish, butterfly fish and goat fish.

The Pitcairn Islands are located in the central South Pacific Ocean, about midway between Australia and South America and are a dependency of the United Kingdom.

There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.

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