Pitcairn Islands

Remote and idyllic, saturated by the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by coral reefs, the Pitcairn Islands offer cinematic landscapes and are the most remote British territory. Known as the home of the famous “mutiny on the Bounty”, these places will be an unforgettable shore excursion of your cruise.

Nestled in the heart of the Pacific, the archipelago is composed of 4 volcanic islands of which only Pitcairn is inhabited. It is located between New Zealand and Chile. The nearest territories are Easter Island and the remote south eastern islands of French Polynesia, the archipelago of Tuamotu and Gambier. The islands are known for being the home of the mutinous crew of the Bounty and their Tahitian wives, an event recounted in numerous books and films. 

Not to be missed:

  • The remains of the ship, the Bounty. found in "Bounty Bay".

  • The square of Adamstown is the site of all the main buildings, the church and the anchor of the Bounty, and is a splendid sight.

  • The new Adamstown museum with items from the Bounty and antique prints.