Past Finders youth group traveled to Saunders Island between the 9th-11th March 2021. Visiting the very first British Settlement Port Egmont built 256 years ago. The group also drove down to the Neck to see the majestic albatross, rockhopper, Gentoo, king penguin as well as other points of interest.
Mt Egmont was a must, even though it was very windy we reached the summit to sign the visitors book and what a panoramic view, just stunning!
The visit was finished off with a fantastic BBQ cooked by David and Suzan Pole-Evans.
Thank you to F.I.G.A.S. for your excellent service.
Also thank you to F.I.C. Ltd for donating apples for our packed lunches.
Thank you to Carol Pole-Evans for cooking our first evening meal, it was delicious and went down treat.
Finally, thanks to David & Suzan Pole-Evans for your hospitality, we recommend Saunders Island as a place to visit as it’s such a beautiful Island packed with historical significance and natural history.