Can you immigrate to Pitcairn Island?
Visitors wishing to travel to Pitcairn for more than 14 days with children under 16 years should contact the immigration officer on Pitcairn Island: [email protected] before making plans to travel. An entry clearance application will need to be completed for any child wishing to visit the island.
Can you fly to Pitcairn Island?
The best and most reliable way to get to Pitcairn Island is to fly to Mangareva via Tahiti. Air Tahiti offers the only domestic flights to Mangareva. Air Tahiti flights occur once a week (every Tuesday). You then catch the airport taxi ferry to Rikitea village on Mangareva (in the Gambier Islands).
What country owns the Pitcairn Islands?
The Pitcairn Islands group is a British Overseas Territory. It comprises the islands of Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno. Pitcairn, the only inhabited island, is a small volcanic outcrop situated in the South Pacific at latitude 25.04 south and longitude 130.06 west.
How do people make a living on Pitcairn Island?
The island’s main industry is tourism, as is the case for many small countries in the tropics. Because of its size and population, tourism is somewhat limited. There are roughly 10 cruise ships and several yachts that stop at Pitcairn every year, but some of the passengers are Pitcairners or their family members.
How much does it cost to visit Pitcairn Island?
The cost including the expensive 4-hour flights to and from Mangareva from Pape’ete, a hotel and transfers on each; plus room and board on Pitcairn is about $4500 for a one-week trip (3 days on the island) and shockingly only $5000 for 2 weeks.
Can you stay on Pitcairn Island?
Accommodation Options on Pitcairn There are several different accommodation options provided on Pitcairn, from full board home stays, semi-private studio apartments and private 2 & 3 bedroom fully furnished homes.
Do people still live on Pitcairn?
Pitcairn Island is an island in the Pacific Ocean more than 3,000 miles away from any continent. It has a population of just 50 people. The island’s main industry is tourism and most residents live to the age of 90.
What language do they speak in Norfolk?
Norfolk Island/Official languages