The ever changing, spectacular and breath-taking scenery from rugged landscapes with its volcanic peaks, rolling farm land and original forest remnants, to lakes, sandy beaches and rocky shorelines will make this a holiday like no other.
With a number of ecologically significant conservation sites and habitats, the Chatham Islands is home to rare plant and birdlife, including 18 bird species unique to the islands, as well as at least 29 species of indigenous flora found no where else in the world. Discover the indigenous Moriori culture, history and heritage. Explore the vast array of beautiful scenery, flora and fauna and immerse yourself in the nature, peace and tranquility which make these islands so unique and special.
Seven nights is enjoyed at Awarakau Lodge. The lodge, situated on a working farm, has stunning sea vistas and guests can explore the rugged coastline and farm.