Tristan de Cunha is situated far of in the South Atlantic Ocean. Some 300 inhabitants live…Learn more
Tristan da Cunha?
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The island is often called the most remote inhabited island of the world but is also famous for its specific Tristan culture, its natural beauty and the large number of seabirds that breed there.
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Breeding species are, the Wandering, the Yellow-nosed and the Sooty Albatross.Learn more
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On this uninhabited island which lies close to Tristan, thousands of seabirds breed.Learn more
On Nightingale Island you have a chance to see them from close by.Learn more
This is our core activity: guided shore excursions, walks and wildlife spotting and zodiac cruises are…Learn more
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The weather and climate
Temperatures ranging between 4º to 24ºC (40º to 75ºF).Learn more
What to wear?
Waterproof trousers and jacket against wind, rain and salt spray coming into the zodiac.Learn more
How to get ashore?
Tristan da Cunha does not have a normal harbour. We land by zodiac at the small pier.Learn more