What is the Temperature Like in Tristan da Cunha?
Tristan da Cunha has pleasant temperatures all year long. The wet climate causes a large amount of rainfall, and it is highly unlikely for areas below 500 meters (1,600 feet) to experience frost. The average annual temperature in Tristan da Cunha is a...阅读多一点 >>
What Wildlife Can I See in Tristan da Cunha?
Tristan da Cunha has earned the BirdLife International designation of an Important Bird Area. There are two species of land birds that stay local all year, and an additional 13 species of seabirds breed on the island. The Atlantic Petrel has chosen Tristan...阅读多一点 >>
Do People Live in Tristan da Cunha?
As of the 2015 census, Tristan da Cunha has a permanent population of 268. All of the residents live in Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, which means that only a small portion of Tristan da Cunha is inhabited. Cruises to Tristan da Cunha can temporarily increase...阅读多一点 >>
Who owns Tristan da Cunha?
Tristan da Cunha is a British overseas territory. The area was first discovered in 1506, but it did not have any permanent settlers until 1810. In 1816, Tristan da Cunha was annexed by the U.K., and it has stayed under British control ever since. The...阅读多一点 >>
What Unique Features Does Tristan da Cunha Have?
Aside from the limited infrastructure and extensive amount of seabirds, Tristan da Cunha is perhaps best known for its uninhabited wildlife reserves: Gough Islands, Inaccessible Island and Nightingale Island which are the largest islands in the archipelago....阅读多一点 >>
How long has Oceanwide Expeditions been running expeditions?
Even though Oceanwide Expeditions was founded in 1996, we look back at 32+ years of experience in expedition cruising with a thorough knowledge of the areas visited. The Dutch “Plancius Foundation“(1981-1996) was the predecessor of Oceanwide...阅读多一点 >>