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JANUARY 2021

EXPLORERS VOYAGE

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS A LEGENDARY SEA VOYAGE AND LANDED VISITS TO ALL FOUR ISLANDS STARGAZING IN MATA KI TE RANGI 'EYES TO THE SKY' INTERNATIONAL DARK SKY SANCTUARY UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, HENDERSON ISLAND EXPLORING THE 3RD LARGEST MARINE RESERVE ON EARTH FIRSTHAND INSIGHT INTO LIVING HISTORY AND CULTURE WWW.VISITPITCAIRN.PN


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EXPLORERS VOYAGE We look forward to welcoming you to our islands... Pitcairn Islands Tourism is pleased to present our 2021 small group Explorers Voyage to Oeno, Pitcairn, Ducie, and Henderson Island. Lying in the central South Pacific, the islands of Henderson, Ducie and Oeno support remarkably pristine habitats and are rarely visited by non-residents of Pitcairn. This will be the second ever voyage of its kind — visiting all four of the islands in the Pitcairn Islands Group! .

Pitcairn Islands Group

The 18-night/19-day tour includes 11-days cruising around the remote Pitcairn Islands group, stargazing in Pitcairn's new International Dark Sky Sanctuary named Mata ki te Rangi meaning 'Eyes To the Sky', exploring the world’s third largest marine reserve, landings on UNESCO World Heritage site Henderson Island and seldom visited Oeno and Ducie Island, as well as a 4-day stay on Pitcairn Island, during Bounty Day 2021, home of the descendants of the HMAV Bounty mutineers since 1790.


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EXPLORERS VOYAGE About the Pitcairn Islands Group The Pitcairn Islands Group forms the UK’s only Overseas Territory in the vast Pacific Ocean. With a total population of 50 residents and located near the centre of the planet’s largest ocean, the isolation of the Pitcairn Islands is truly staggering. The island group lies around 2,200 km from Tahiti, 2,100 km from Easter Island, and over 5,000 km (approximately the distance from London to New York) away from both New Zealand and South America.

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TOUR PRICING & INCLUSIONS Tour Dates: Commences in Papeete, French Polynesia on Saturday, the 9th of January 2021 Concludes in Papeete, French Polynesia on Wednesday, the 27th of January 2021 Tour Price: From NZD $19,500* twin share. Single suppliment NZD $900*

Tour Inclusions: (

weather and sea conditions allowing

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Transfers, and 4 nights accommodation in a Garden Studio, Manava Suite Resort in Papeete, Tahiti including breakfast (3 nights pre tour and 1 night post tour) Air Tahiti return flights Papeete to Mangareva to board the MV Silver Supporter Twin share cabin aboard the MV Silver Supporter (Mangareva / Pitcairn Islands return) All meals provided (11 days onboard) 4 days on Pitcairn Island, home to the descendants of HMAV Bounty mutineers - all transfers, meals and land based accommodation Dine with the entire country at a Pitcairn Island Community Lunch Stargazing at Pitcairn's new International Dark Sky Sanctuary named Mata ki te Rangi meaning 'Eyes to the Sky' 2 Pitcairn Island Tours, quiz night, Bounty Day 2021 celebrations, and a visit to the Pitcairn Island Museum A landed visit to World Heritage Site, Henderson Island Landed visits to Oeno Island and Ducie Island Local Pitcairn Island guide for outer islands visits


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TOUR PRICING & INCLUSIONS Tour pricing & inclusions (cont.) * A 10% non-refundable deposit will be required at time of booking. Prices are expressed in New Zealand dollars (NZD) on a per person (pp), twin-share basis and are based on a minimum of six (6) passengers on tour. Surcharges apply for room upgrades in Tahiti and some homestay accommodations on Pitcairn. Please consult Pitcairn Islands Tourism or your travel advisor for details. For single travelers, a single supplement applies only to land-based accommodation in Papeete, French Polynesia. Only twin share cabins are available on the Silver Supporter voyage. Single accommodations on Pitcairn will be allocated where possible, but are not guaranteed. Tour dates are timed to connect with international flights between Papeete and key international gateways. Please consult your travel advisor about flights to and from Papeete, Tahiti. Inclusions are subject to change. In the case that less than six (6) passengers book the tour, we reserve the right to cancel the tour and/or amend inclusions and pricing. For items that are not included in the tour, please refer to the tour Terms and Conditions section in this brochure.

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TOP 15 THINGS TO DO ON PITCAIRN

1. GET TO KNOW THE REAL DESCENDANTS OF THE BOUNTY MUTINEERS 2. DINE WITH THE ENTIRE COUNTRY IN ONE SITTING (POPULATION: 50) 3. GO WHALE-WATCHING IN ONE OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST MARINE RESERVES 4. FEED MS. T, THE ISLAND'S GALAPAGOS TORTOISE 5. TASTE SOME OF THE PUREST HONEY ON EARTH (SERIOUSLY, OUR BEES ARE TOPS!) 6. STARGAZE IN ONE OF THE NEWEST INTERNATIONAL DARK SKY SANCTUARIES 7. SWIM AT THE EDGE OF THE EARTH IN ST. PAUL’S POOL 8. SHOP AUTHENTIC PITCAIRN CURIO AND CRAFTS 9. VISIT THE SDA CHURCH & GRAVE OF BOUNTY MUTINEER, JOHN ADAMS 10. VISIT PITCAIRNERS' HOLIDAY DESTINATION: OENO ISLAND 11. TAKE A QUAD BIKE TOUR & STOP FOR A GAME OF TENNIS 12. SPOT ENDEMIC BIRDS AT UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, HENDERSON ISLAND 13. VIEW ANCIENT POLYNESIAN PETROGLYPHS CARVED INTO THE CLIFFS OF DOWN ROPE 14  VISIT THE PITCAIRN ISLAND MUSEUM AND SEE THE BOUNTY BIBLE 15. SNORKEL THE WRECK OF THE FAMED ACADIA ON DUCIE ISLAND


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MV SILVER SUPPORTER About The MV Silver Supporter The Government of Pitcairn Islands’ chartered freighter, the MV Silver Supporter, has recently been refurbished in 2019. The vessel provides travelers with all they need for a reliable, safe and comfortable voyage to Pitcairn and her other islands. Fully air conditioned and attractively appointed, the Silver Supporter accommodates up to 12 passengers in 6 spacious twin share cabins, each with ample storage, a private ensuite and separate office/lounge area. Daily meals are provided in the shared dining area, where guests will dine with their fellow passengers. The MV Silver Supporter also boasts a comfortable lounge for socializing and relaxing with fellow passengers. Visitor berths on the 2021 Explorers Voyage are limited to 9 passengers total. If the vessel is fully booked, we cannot guarantee that an individual traveller will have a cabin to themselves. If you are prone to travel/sea sickness please ensure you have appropriate medication with you so as to make your voyage as comfortable as possible.

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ACCOMODATIONS Accommodation on Pitcairn Pitcairn Island currently has 12 registered accommodation providers offering guests a range of home stay and private accommodation. Your tour includes the full Pitcairn home stay experience: sharing meals and amenities in the home of a local family. Accommodation varies from a room within a home to semi-private chalet or studio unit. A full list is available on the Pitcairn Islands Tourism website here. You may request your preferred accommodation at time of booking and we will endeavor to allocate.   Otherwise we shall happily allocate on your behalf.  Please note some accommodation will incur a surcharge and kindly consult your travel advisor for more information. Whatever your choice you can rest assured the hosts will take good care of you and your stay will be a most memorable holiday experience.

See our 'Pitcairn In The Press' section for Travel + Leisure's article about our island home stays entitled "What It's Like to Stay at the Most Remote Airbnb in the World"

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BOUT PITCAIRN ISLAND

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International Dark Sky Sanctuary, Pitcairn Island With 50 inhabitants, Pitcairn Island is one of the smallest and most remote territories on Earth. Accessible only by cargo ship, Pitcairn is a must for anyone seeking to go where few have ever ventured. Pitcairn has a colorful history. In 1789 Fletcher Christian led a mutiny on the English vessel, HMAV Bounty and, several months later, together with 8 fellow mutineers and 19 Polynesians, sailed the ship to Pitcairn Island, one of the most remote and isolated islands in the world. Today, almost all of the 50 or so inhabitants of Pitcairn are direct descendants of the Bounty mutineers and their Polynesian consorts. A trip to Pitcairn includes stargazing at one of the world's newest 'International Dark Sky Sanctuaries', an unforgettable sea voyage, incredible hospitality, lasting friendships and firsthand insight into the living history and culture of the people of Pitcairn-- the direct descendants of the HMAV Bounty mutineers and their Polynesian consorts.

Today, almost all of the 50 or so inhabitants of Pitcairn are direct descendants of the Bounty mutineers and their Polynesian consorts. 9


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BOUT HENDERSON ISLAND

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UNESCO World Heritage Site, Henderson Island Henderson Island was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988 as it is one of the world’s least disturbed raised coral islands. Its ecology has remained virtually intact, despite extensive early Polynesian occupation. The island rises 30 meters (90 feet) above sea level and sustains a unique assemblage of plant and animal species including 73 plant species, of which 9 are found no-where else in the world. It also boast 4 land birds unique to Henderson alone; a fruit pigeon, a small parrot, a warbler, and a flightless rail. The island is also a vital haven for nesting seabirds. Henderson Island’s geology, combining indicators of sea level change and corals dated back to at least 630,000 years ago, provides a unique opportunity for documenting climate change and therefore testing possible drivers of climatic cycles.

Interesting Tidbit: In 1820, a sperm whale rammed and sank a large whale ship—the report of which inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. That same crew eventually abandoned ship and sought refuge at none other than Henderson Island!


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BOUT OENO ISLAND

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Pitcairners' Holiday Locale, Oeno Island Oeno is a low-lying atoll island located about 120km NorthWest of Pitcairn. Although first discovered by Captain Henderson of "Hercules", it takes its name from an American Whaler, which sighted the Island in 1824. Oeno is a beautiful island untouched by development, and surrounded by white sandy beaches. The Island is home to a number of birds such as the Murphy's Petrel, Sooty Tern, Brown Noddy, and other species. Oeno was once a retreat for Pitcairners for generations. They would make the trip during the summer months to enjoy the white sandy beaches that are lacking on Pitcairn. Leaving Pitcairn in the evening they board the Longboats and make the overnight trip to Oeno, arriving early the following morning to make their way through the breakers and into the lagoon.

Did You Know...Oeno has been designated as an Important Bird Area by Birdlife International, as it is home one of the largest colonies Murphy's Petrels in the world! 11


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BOUT DUCIE ISLAND

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Reef-Ringed Atoll, Ducie Island The history of Ducie is an interesting one indeed. In 1791, Captain Edwards, of HMS Pandora, on his mission to find the "Bounty" mutineers, sighted Ducie Island; but not Pitcairn, which lay only 479km to the west. In 1881, the mail ship Acadia ran aground on Ducie Island when the lookout mistook the island for a cloud due to its white beaches. Though no terrestrial birds are found on the atoll, Ducie Island is known for the seabirds that breed there. Birds that have been recorded nesting on the atoll include the red-billed tropicbird, red-tailed tropicbird, fairy tern, great frigatebird, bristle-thighed curlew, masked booby, and red-footed booby. Today, the island's only inhabitants are lizards and several CREDIT MERALDA WARREN :

varieties of Pacific seabirds who nest on Ducie.

Interesting Tidbit: Ducie is uninhabited except for the estimated 500,000 nesting seabirds that reside among the two plant species (Beach Heliotrope and at least one specimen of Pemphis) that grow over 70% of the island.

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BOUT OUR MARINE RESERVE

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One of the Largest Marine Reserves in the World! Since early 2011 the Pew Environment Group’s Global Ocean Legacy project worked with the Pitcairn islanders on the idea of establishing a large scale marine reserve within their waters. In March 2012 the National Geographic Society and Global Ocean Legacy conducted an expedition to Pitcairn to assess the health of the marine environment around all four islands, and also – for the first time ever – used dropcams, to investigate the deep water areas. The surveys revealed an incredibly healthy marine ecosystems, as well as plants and animals new to science. The global biological value of the marine ecosystems of the Pitcairn Islands is outstanding, and deserves strict protection and recognition. A large no-take reserve, while allowing for traditional small-scale uses, conserves this unique environment, attracts scientific and conservation interest in studying and protecting the area, and also increases tourism to the islands, all of which benefit the local economy.

In 2016, Pitcairn was home to the Largest Marine Reserve in the World. Almost 3.5 times the size of the United Kingdom at about 830,000 square kilometres (320,465 square miles), The Marine Reserve serves as a habitat to at least 1,249 species of marine mammals, seabirds, and fish.

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BOUT OUR PRISTINE NIGHT SKIES

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Exploring International Dark Sky Sancturary Mata ki te Rangi The Pitcairn Islands group was named an International Dark Sky Sanctuary by the International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) in March 2019. Notably, Pitcairn is the only island group in the world to be granted this status as well as the first British Overseas Territory to become an International Dark Sky Sanctuary. An IDA Dark Sky Sanctuary is public or private land that has an exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights and a nocturnal environment that is protected for its scientific, natural, or educational value, its cultural heritage and/or public enjoyment. Pitcairn's International Dark Sky Sanctuary, named Mata ki te Rangi which means 'Eyes to the Sky', spans all four islands in the group (Pitcairn, Oeno, Henderson, and Ducie) and covers a total area of 520,000 square miles. This International Dark Sky Sanctuary designation means everything in the world of night sky conservation and Astro-tourism. Thus, Pitcairn is preparing for an increase in AstroTourists with the training of local night sky guides and enactment of new anti-light pollution guidelines to maintain its crystal-clear night skies. In keeping with the IDA's mission to stop light pollution around the world, this award has strengthened Pitcairn's commitment to protecting one of the planet's most remote and pristine multi-island environments for generations to come. The Pitcairn Islands have some of the clearest night skies in the world. Furthermore, with a population of only 50 people, and a volcanic landscape that provides a variety of dramatic viewing points, Pitcairn is ideally placed to be the world's next astro tourism hotspot.

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HOW TO BOOK Next Steps The total cost of the Pitcairn Islands 2021 Explorers Voyage is NZ$19,500.00 per person. Berths are twin-share and limited. In order to secure a reservation please email tourism@pitcairn.pn at your earliest opportunity. In your email, please include the following required information: A copy of your passport bio page or your passport bio page details Contact details of your next of kin (close family member in case of emergency) Your mobile phone number and your preferred email address for receiving booking confirmations and tour correspondence A postal / billing address for invoicing purposes On receipt of the above information, we will open a reservation file for you. We will then issue an invoice for the 10% non-refundable holding deposit, which will include payment instructions,. When we have received your holding deposit, your Pitcairn Islands 2021 Explorers Voyage reservation will be secured. We will also require confirmation of your travel/medical insurance (including medical evacuation cover which is mandatory for travel to the Pitcairn Islands). We appreciate that you may not have this in place until a little closer to travel time. Rest assured we will keep in touch as your booking progresses.


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TERMS & CONDITIONS Please read the following booking conditions carefully as they incorporate the basis upon which bookings are accepted by Pitcairn Islands Tourism for our 2021 Explorers Tour. HOW TO BOOK: Simply contact Pitcairn Islands Tourism at tourism@pitcairn.pn or your travel advisor, who will make your reservation for you. Please note that all reservations are subject to availability at time of booking and the written completion of our booking form which is to be submitted with your booking request. Any verbal quotation is subject to a written advice which will be given upon confirmation of your booking. DEPOSITS AND FINAL PAYMENTS: Upon confirmation of your booking a deposit of NZ$1950.00 per person is payable plus any additional fees levied by your travel agent or advisor. The following schedule of payments applies to all confirmed bookings: Deposit: Within 7 days of confirmation. Final payment: At least 4 months prior to commencement of tour, being 01 September 2020. For bookings made within 4 months of commencement of tour, full payment is due immediately upon confirmation. If, for any reason, payment is not received by us by the due date, we reserve the right to cancel the booking and apply the appropriate cancellation charges. AMENDMENTS: lf, after confirmation of your booking, you wish to amend arrangements a fee of NZ$50 will apply per amendment made. CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations must be made in writing will not be deemed to be received until you have written confirmation from Pitcairn Islands Tourism. The following cancellation fees apply: For bookings cancelled more than two (2) months prior to commencement of tour - Original deposit of NZ$1950 will be forfeited and charged as a cancellation fee. For bookings cancelled within two (2) months but more than one (1) month of commencement of tour - 50% of tour cost will be forfeited and charged as a cancellation fee including GST. For bookings cancelled within one (1) month of commencement of tour - No refund. 100% of tour cost will be forfeited and charged as a cancellation. REFUNDS: No refund ls available after tour has commenced or in respect of any accommodation, tours, meals, transport or any other service not utilized. .With regard to services not being provided, a written application for refunds is required, supported by documents confirming services were not provided, no later than 1 month after the date of service. In order to verify a refund claim, all relevant documentation may need to be sent to the relevant service provider, therefore the outcome of your claim may take up to 3 months. We cannot be held responsible for the Outcome of your claim with the individual service providers. VALIDITY: The prices and tours outlined in this brochure are valid only for the dates indicated. Being 09 January 2021 to 27 January 2021. PRICES: Prices shown in this brochure are in New Zealand dollars and based on per person twin share with minimum 6 passengers booking on the tour and calculated on exchange rates using a bank selling rate as of 01 January 2020 with minimal margin for exchange rate fluctuation. In addition to the cost of supplier products and services, our prices have been set to cover the cost of research communication, itinerary preparation, any reservations fees payable to our overseas suppliers, invoices, documentation, production, distribution, marketing, promotions, bank charges, currency transfers and remunerations to travel agents and/or advisors. Whilst every effort is made to set the prices at competitive levels, we cannot always guarantee that a similar product may or may not be available at a lower price elsewhere or be reduced at a later date due to alterations or exchange rates. Please be aware that receipt of your deposit signifies acceptance of our products and our prices at that time. PRICE AND INCLUSION CHANGES: We reserve the right to adjust prices or tour inclusions as may be necessary and without notice up to and including the date of departure. This may include, but is not limited to, minimum passenger numbers required, fluctuations of exchange rates, changes in the cost of supplier products and services, fuel levies, airport, ticket or passenger taxes and accommodation rates. TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS: Pitcairn Islands Tourism act only as a booking agent for services included in the tour outlined in this brochure. We do not arrange bookings for international air travel, travel insurance or any other travel or auxiliary service that may be required beyond the tour arrangements outlined in this brochure. We are not a transport carrier or hotelier; nor do we own aircraft or coaches. The flights, coach journeys, tours, accommodation and meals comprised in your tour are provided by third party service providers including but not limited to, transport carriers, tour operators, accommodators and individual persons on their own terms and conditions. Travel arrangements outlined in the tour itinerary are subject to change, substitution, cancellation or adjustment at the discretion of any third party service provider. It is important to note therefore that any travel arrangements booked through Pitcairn Islands Tourism is subject to the terms, conditions and limitations of liability imposed by transport carriers, coach operators, accommodators and other service providers including, but not limited to, shipping, rail , car hire, tour operators and individual persons and food and beverage providers we utilize, some of whom limit or exclude liability in respect of death, personal injury, delay and loss or damage to baggage. BROCHURE INFORMATION: The images and text contained in this brochure have been provided and approved by the individual suppliers. Any misinformation or misrepresentation is the responsibility of the supplier. It ls important to note that things change throughout the course of the year, including, but not limited to, prices, supplier inclusions, standards or grading, closures, renovations and maintenance work.


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TERMS & CONDITIONS TRAVEL TO AND STAYING ON THE PITCAIRN ISLANDS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK: The remoteness of Pitcairn Island, as well as its unique history and dramatic landscape, is part of the Island’s attraction as an adventure destination. But these features also present certain risks. Pitcairn is one of the most isolated Islands in the world. When you travel on board the Pitcairn Government’s dedicated Passenger/Shipping vessel, ‘MV Silver Supporter’, you will be at sea for at least two nights before arriving at Pitcairn Island. There is no airport on the Island, so when on the Island you will be at least two days sail from the nearest airport – back in the Gambier Islands (where you will have boarded the MV Silver Supporter). Although the Island has a functioning Medical Centre and qualified resident doctor, medical assistance is necessarily limited by the Island’s isolation. The Island itself is steep and rugged in parts. Bookings for the tour outlined in this brochure will only be accepted upon written acknowledgement that all travellers have read and understood the conditions outlined on the Pitcairn Islands Tourism website http://www.visitpitcairn.pn/ for travel to and staying on Pitcairn Island under the heading “Visa & Legal Information about visiting the Pitcairn Islands” which can be accessed via the following web link: http://www.visitpitcairn.pn/go_there/visa_legal/index.html This includes, but is not limited to, travel to and staying on Pitcairn Island being at your own risk; general provisions and exclusion of official liability and MV Silver Supporter terms and conditions of carriage. TRAVEL INSURANCE: Travel and medical insurance is COMPULSORY for this tour and travel to the Pitcairn Islands. Such policy must include, but not be limited to loss of deposit through cancellation, personal baggage and loss of money; medical and additional expenses including medical evacuation cover and personal injury. Bookings will only be accepted upon travellers providing evidence of valid travel and medical insurance cover. TRAVEL DOCUMENTS: A valid passport, with at least 6 months remaining validity, is required for travel to French Polynesia and The Pitcairn Islands. All travellers should be aware of any health or visa requirements for visiting countries that they are travelling to. It is the travellers’ responsibility that all members of the travelling party obtain and carry a valid passport and any necessary visa and vaccination documents for your tour. Pitcairn Islands Tourism will not be responsible for any loss or expense due to failure of travellers to obtain and produce when required all necessary travel documentation. GOVERNMENT AND AIRFARE RELATED TAXES: Many Governments, tourism operators and airlines require that many taxes be included on your airline ticket and other travel arrangements. As such you are required to pay such charges at the time you make payment for any service which requires the collection of such taxes This charge will be included in your t0ur price. Please note that governments, tourism operators and airlines regularly adjust such tax throughout the year and any increase will need to be met and paid by the traveller up until and including day of departure. NOT INCLUDED IN YOUR TOUR PRICE: Any item not specifically mentioned as being included in your booking confirmation is not included in the tour price. This includes, but is not limited to the following items (except where stated in your itinerary), travel arrangements pre and post the tour; shuttle boat between airport and dock in Mangareva, Gambier Islands; items of a personal nature such as laundry; postage, travel insurance, passport and visa fees, departure taxes (where applicable)and costs associated with delays beyond our control such as war, civil strife, strike, airline rescheduling, weather conditions and other similar factors beyond our control. TRANSPORTATION CARRIER RESPONSIBILITY: The services of IATA and non-IATA airlines, shipping companies and ground transport operators, including companies and individual persons are utilised as part of this tour. No operator, either company or individual, will accept responsibility or liability to any person named in the booking aside from that liability which may be incurred as a carrier. OUR RESPONSIBILITY: Although we always do our best to make sure your tour arrangements are satisfactory we can only accept liability for loss or damage sustained by you as a result of our negligence or that of our employees. The standards of accommodation and other services booked by us are based on various factors, which may be generally accepted as indicative of a certain class. . However, we do not represent or guarantee the standard, class or fitness for purpose of that accommodation or service and do not accept any responsibility for it. Pitcairn Islands Tourism does not accept any liability of whatever nature acts, omissions or default, whether negligent or otherwise, of airlines, coach operators, shipping companies, accommodators or other persons or organisations providing services in connection with your tour. We do not accept liability in contract or in tort (actionable wrong) for any injury, damage, loss (including consequential loss), delay, expense or inconvenience caused directly or indirectly by force majeure or other events that are beyond our control including, but not limited to war and civil disturbance, fire, floods, weather conditions, acts of God, acts of Government or of any other authorities, accidents due to failure of machinery or equipment or industrial action. In the event that we are held to be liable for any loss or damage due to our negligence as stated above, such loss or damage is hereby limited to the fees paid to us for the services we have provided and nothing more. LAW OF CONTRACT: The Contract shall be governed by English law and, subject always to the applicable provisions relating to jurisdiction of the Athens Convention, any dispute thereunder (including non-contractual disputes) shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England. PRIVACY POLICY: For information on Pitcairn Islands Tourism Privacy Policy, please visit our website www.visitpitcairn.pn or consult your travel advisor


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