Our 11-day St. Helena to Cape Verdes extension to our Atlantic Odyssey cruise will see us crossing the equator while witnessing the northbound spring migration of various birds. Special targets of this cruise include Sooty Tern, Ascension Frigatebird, White-tailed Tropicbird, White Tern, Fea’s Petrel, Boyd’s and Cape Verde Shearwaters, Cape Verde Swift, ‘Alexander’s’ Kestrel, as well as a number of dolphins and whales.
Please note: a Rockjumper leader may not accompany the expedition unless a minimum of 10 participants are signed up through Rockjumper. In the case that a Rockjumper leader is not on board, the professional expedition staff will take care of all participants that have been signed up through us.
Please note: these prices are subject to foreign exchange fluctuations.
Sooty Tern, Ascension Frigatebird, White-tailed Tropicbird, White Tern, Fea’s Petrel, Boyd’s & Cape Verde Shearwaters, Cape Verde Swift, Common ‘Alexander’s’ Kestrel, Black-crowned Sparrow-Lark
Spinner, Pantropical, Rough-toothed, Risso’s and Clymene Dolphins; Sowerby’s Beaked, Cuvier’s Beaked, Blainville’s Beaked, Short-finned Pilot, Humpback, Killer and False Killer Whales
coastal and pelagic waters, islands
temperate to cold, sunny and calm to gale force conditions can be expected
easy pace, mostly undemanding walks
remote, seldom-explored island, Green Turtle