Pitcairn Island is so hard to get to it must be the ultimate, ‘top this’, must-visit!
After all, how many can say they have been to the ‘hardest island in the world to get to” – I can”t!
I went to the British High Commission on Friday night for an introduction to the islands. Seems it takes a flight to Tahiti, then a flight to Mangareva ( 300 miles SE of Pitcairn) and then a 2 or three days by boat to get to your destination – its seems the journey would be as exciting as the destination.
Pitcairn has recently had a couple of weddings – perhaps this will be the new ‘hot’ destination!
With such a tiny population much be hard to be support themselves and tapa cloth, wall hangings, wooden carvings, jewelery and even honey, and music CDs were on sale at the beautiful High Commission in Karori, Wellington.
For more information contact Heather Menzies ( the new Pitcairn Island Tourism Coordinator) or sign-up for their Tourism Quarterly on firstname.lastname@example.org