Exploring the Chatham Islands
The Chatham Islands is some 6300 hectares of spectacular scenery, mystery, beauty and endurance.
Visitors on their own journey of discovery are often amazed at the range of things to see and do and how much history and culture they learn about here.
From coastal wetlands and sea shores to basalt hills and limestone cliff, there is something for everyone.
There are six distinctive regions on the Chathams for you to visit:
Central Chatham Island the economic hub
Northwest Chatham Island with its sand dunes and basalt columns
Northern Chatham Island with its great walks and scenic reserves
Northeast Chatham Island renowned for its seafood and historic sites
Southeast Chatham Island for stunning cliffs and views of Pitt Island
Southwest Chatham Island for bird watching and golf
Pitt Island for hunting and rugged scenery