- Its 40 Mile Reef is the deepest and most well-developed coral reef on record.
- At some sites, visibility can reach a staggering 75 meters.
- The sea surrounding the Pitcairns boast 69 seamounts - underwater mountains formed by submarine volcanoes.
3.7 miles / 6 kilometres
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Points of Interest
Museum & Galleries
1 - Museum of Bounty
Opened in 2005, the Museum of Bounty has a varied collection of artefacts which portray the history and heritage of the Pitcairn Islands, many of ...
Landmark & Views
2 - Christian’s Cave
Fletcher’s Christian’s Cave is located on a ridge to the west of Adamstown. Fletcher Christian (1764-93) was on board HMS Bounty during the voyage of Lieutenant William ...
Parks & Open Spaces
3 - Trail Of Tears
The Trail of Tears leads up to Pawala Valley Ridge, the highest point of the Pitcairn Islands. The islanders do not know why it is ...
Heritage & Monuments
4 - Wreck of the HMS Bounty
HMS Bounty was sent to the Pacific Ocean under the command of William Bligh to acquire breadfruit plants which were to be transported to the ...
Places of Worship
5 - Adamstown Church
Adamstown Church, on the Square, is the only church on the island. It is also known as the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It was built after a ...